It wasn't a typical Bowfest parade this year as COVID forced a spectatorless spectacle. While it was shorter and quieter than usual, several local groups still joined in the festivities at Bowen Court Saturday morning.
This year's Bowfest theme was bubbles!
Cars gathered near the Miller Rd. entrance.
The Black Sheep made a rare appearance. They paraded in support of Snug Cove House.
Bowen Island Horse Owners and Riders Association participated with aptly dressed equines.
Cpl. Adam Koehle of Bowen RCMP, Adele Turner and Jerica Dempsey were this year's judges.
A few Bowen Court residents and close friends were among the few to witness the parade.
Bowen Island Fire Department brought out their fire trucks and had a little help on the bubble front.
Bowfest Committee co-chair Sheana Stevenson models one of the limited-edition Bowfest facemasks to commemorate a Bowfest like no other.
Bowen Island Community Recreation had a spiffy vehicle.
Robyn Fenton gets in on the bubble fun.
Nemo and Dory joined in the parade courtesy of Raf Izdebski's Aquatic Escapes Aquarium Services float.
Leigh Automotive's classic entry.
Tristan Deggan filmed the parade and created a video so islanders could join in the fun. The video is available at https://youtu.be/QQdL5aQM1EM.