Lots of entertainment at the Williams Lake Harvest Fair this weekend.

There will be lots of entertainment on the Tolko Stage next to the Curling Rink exhibition hall during the Harvest Fair.

There will be lots of entertainment on the Tolko Stage next to the Curling Rink exhibition hall during the Harvest Fair this Saturday and Sunday.

At noon and again at 4 p.m. on Saturday and at noon on Sunday Clinton W. Gray will be delivering his popular magic show.

Saturday the music starts at 10 a.m. with Beautifully Haunting followed by The Perfect Match at 11 a.m.; Al Giddens and Friends at 1 p.m.; Oren Barter at 2 p.m. and Rachel Walker at 3 p.m.

Sunday the entertainment once again starts with Beautifully Haunting at 10 a.m.; Perfect Match at 11 a.m.; Clinton W. Gray at noon; Al Giddens and Friends at 1 p.m.; Bootleg at 2 p.m. and Oren Barter closing out at 3 p.m.

Throughout the weekend, in addition to all the exhibits and events taking place in the Curling Rink, Trail Rider’s Arena, small animal buildings, and Stampede Grandstand, look for  the inflatable big toys for kids, draft horse wagon rides, free caricaturist portraits by Ted Couling in the Curling Rink and the popular Pet Parade for kids on Sunday.

For more on the events see the Harvest Fair advertisement in this issue or turn to page A17 in the Sports section.

The fair wraps up Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Curling Rink with the prize payout followed by the fair auction of flowers, baking, produce and the like.