Now’s the time to get your business, organization, club or group into the Billy Barker Days spirit by submitting an entry for the 2019 parade. Entries must be submitted by July 16. File photo

Now’s the time to submit entries for Quesnel’s Billy Barker Days parade

The 45th Annual Billy Barker Days Festival is just two weeks away

The 45th Annual Billy Barker Days Festival is just two weeks away and will take place July 18-21!

We here at the Billy Barker Days Society are dedicated to providing the citizens of Quesnel with all the answers to their Billy Barker Days questions!

Our office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday. Please do not hesitate to stop in and have a chat with our office staff or message our Facebook page.

Volunteers are still needed for this year’s Billy Barker Days! We are looking for individuals who are creative, outgoing and want to have fun this summer! Registration forms are available at our office on Carson Avenue and on our website. Billy Barker Days would not be the same without our many wonderful volunteers.

New this year, do you love to draw? Stop by the office or check out our website to print off our Billy Barker Days Drawing contest entry, which features categories for artists aged 11-15 and 16-plus.

Also, don’t forget to grab a colouring contest and Quest for Trivial Gold entry form for a chance to win a prize Billy Barker himself would love!

Have you ever wanted to be in a parade?It’s time to get your group or business into the Billy Barker Days spirit by entering a float or marching entry in our parade. Now is the time to start thinking of ideas, but hurry because time is running out. Entries must be submitted by July 16 and can be submitted to our office at 701 Carson Ave. or online at billybarkerdays.ca.

Stake Your Claim to the Good Times at the Billy Barker Days Festival!

— Submitted by Billy Barker Days Society

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