Weather co-operated for Friday and Saturday of the annual Corn and Music Festival at Harvest Moon Gardens near Rimbey Aug. 21-23, and large crowds ate lots of Taber Corn while being treated to many performances from musicians and cowboy poets. But Sunday was for the diehards such as John and Mart Stretch of Ponoka, who found that hot coffee and blankets were the order of the day.
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