Harbourfest volunteers are resting, after a full weekend of activity.
Serena Ryder headlined Day 1 of the Harbourfest Concert Series, with help from Moon and Sun (Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk). They were followed by a sold-out show featuring Buckcherry and Three Day's Grace.
Earlier in the day, Sunday, Ken Mckenzie was only happy to show off his vintage '53 Studabaker two-door hardtop, during the classic car show on the greenbelt.
"We support the show here at Harbourfest. It's worth coming. It's a beautiful venue," said McKenzie, as he and his wife, Dale, took compliments for all their hard work.
Of course, the weekend wouldn't be complete without the classic wooden boat parade. Gord Henke didn't mind talking about the glories of cruising around the lake in a classic wooden boat.
"From the 1930s, '40s and '50s they have a very unique look to it," he said.
Dylan Gillies could hardly hide a grin, as he got to play with snakes and lizards at the ag fair Saturday at the rec centre.