The return of in-person events is in full swing, bringing with it the excitement of reconnecting and enjoying some old traditions. 

Even more exciting, however, is the introduction of brand new events, allowing locals to take in some new music, food and make everlasting memories.

On Sunday, attendees gathered at MacDonald Park in James Bay for the first ever Spot Prawn and Fiddle Fest, a family-friendly event featuring rugby exhibitions, vendors, a fiddle contest, beverage garden and more.

The event, hosted by the James Bay Athletic Association, celebrated the return of connection, summer concerts and events. 

See more: The first-ever Spot Prawn and Fiddle Fest is happening in James Bay this month

The event saw a big turnout, with attendees enjoying a sweet and succulent spot prawn meal to the sound of West Coast, Irish, Celtic, and Métis fiddling all while taking in an exhibition game of youth rugby.

In case you missed it, here are ten photos and videos from the first annual Spot Prawn and Fiddle Fest:










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