A couple of local turkeys (and their owners) at the Bouchie Lake Harvest Festival. Bouchie Lake Country Store photo

The fruits of harvest: Bouchie Lake Harvest Festival fun

Third annual festival featured the great squash weigh-in, and weird and wonderful veg…

Bouchie Lake Country Store held its Third Annual Bouchie Lake Harvest Festival on Saturday Sept. 30, as part of Quesnel’s Culture Days celebration.

Attractions included the great squash weigh-in, apple pressing, the Petsafe Coalition pancake breakfast, a weird and wonderful vegetable display, and around 15 vendors and trade booths with lots to see and buy.


Hundreds of locals came out to celebrate the Third Annual Bouchie Lake Harvest Festival on Saturday. Bouchie Lake Country Store photo

Happy turkeys at the Bouchie Lake Harvest Festival, part of Culture Days. David Sutton photo

The weird and wonderful vegetable display at the Third Annual Bouchie Lake Harvest Festival. David Sutton photo

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