There was even a bouncy-slide for the kids as part of Floats and Flicks entertainment on Sept. 17. (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

There was even a bouncy-slide for the kids as part of Floats and Flicks entertainment on Sept. 17. (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

Erskine hosts 17th annual Floats and Flicks event

The Village of Erskine hosted their 17th annual “Floats and Flicks” event on Sept. 17.

Kicking things off at 4 p.m. a parade wound its way through town.

“It was the biggest parade in 17 years,” said Erskine Recreation Board member Andrea Lee.

In addition to the large parade, the barebecue sponsored by the E-Free Church and United Church hosted over 400 people. The barbecue featured a bounce house for the kids, and Stettler’s block-party trailer was also on site.

“It was awesome this year,” said Lee.

At dusk, there was a fireworks display before the showing of a drive-in film.

The film shown was 2022 release Paws of Fury:The Legend of Hank.

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The Floats and Flicks barbecue in Erskine Sept. 27 served over 400 people. (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

The Floats and Flicks barbecue in Erskine Sept. 27 served over 400 people. (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

According to organizers, the parade held in conjunction with the Erskine Floats and Flicks event was the “largest ever” in the 17 years the event has run. (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

According to organizers, the parade held in conjunction with the Erskine Floats and Flicks event was the “largest ever” in the 17 years the event has run. (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

The best part of any parade? The Candy! (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

The best part of any parade? The Candy! (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

According to organizers, the parade held in conjunction with the Erskine Floats and Flicks event was the “largest ever” in the 17 years the event has run. (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)

According to organizers, the parade held in conjunction with the Erskine Floats and Flicks event was the “largest ever” in the 17 years the event has run. (Krysta Unsworth/Stettler Independent)