Warfield residents and their friends and family from neighbouring communities had a fun-filled day Saturday, making full use of the Community Hall and adjacent Village Square Park as they celebrated Warfield Community Days.
The hall was busy from early in the morning as crowds were on hand for the KSCU Pancake Breakfast from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m., with the fry crew serving up stacks of flapjacks and mounds of sausage.
After that the grill was taken over by the Sea Cadets for burgers and hotdogs and the Rustic Crust Pizza team had the wood-fired pizza oven working over time until food sales finished at 2 p.m. to give Warfield residents enough time to build up an appetite for the evening barbecue.
Kids had plenty to keep them busy all day with the park playground, a bouncy castle, face painting, crafts, games, a money dig, and races.
There was plenty of shelter available but, fortunately, it wasn’t needed to fend off rain over the course of the day and was even briefly a relief from a short burst of sunshine.