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Volunteers Tina Lumbis, left, and Angel Austin of the Children’s Ministerial of Central Alberta booth hide from a cool breeze in a box of floor pads as children assemble others at the Central Alberta Children’s Festival Friday.

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Volunteers Tina Lumbis, left, and Angel Austin of the Children’s Ministerial of Central Alberta booth hide from a cool breeze in a box of floor pads as children assemble others at the Central Alberta Children’s Festival Friday. Cool weather didn’t deter hundreds of children and their parents and caregivers from coming out to the third annual festival being held in Heritage Square and Recreation Centre Park. The event features activity and craft booths sponsored by community organizations and businesses which are open today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with admission $5 per person. Food donations for the Red Deer Food Bank are also being collected. Please see related video at bprda.wpengine.com.

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