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.

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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.

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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.

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