Action from Saturday in Kaslo's logger sports as part of the May Days celebration in the Kootenay Lake community.

Kaslo celebrates May Days

The action at Kaslo's May Days was intense on Saturday as the community celebrated its annual long weekend ritual.



The action at Kaslo’s May Days logger sports was intense on Saturday as the Kootenay Lake community celebrated its annual long weekend ritual.

The village was abuzz with plenty of excitement from live music to slo-pitch to plenty of great food. But the most exciting action was at the lakeside logger sports arena where athletes were up the challenge.

May Days (and logger sports) continues Sunday. For a full schedule click here.

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