The food, concerts, rides and entertainment making up the Queen City Ex are now packed away until 2019.
This year saw a slight drop in attendance from previous years at 193, 246 people over the five days, likely because of a severe weather threat temporarily closing the gates on Friday.
And even with a little rain throughout the week, the fair continued.
“The opportunity to bring the community together to create lifelong memories is something we will never take for granted,” said events and entertainment manager Chelsea Galloway in a news release.
A few special moments include a wedding photo shoot with a candy floss bouquet and mini donut cake, an Arkells fan getting to go up on stage and the annual Flip for Hunger raising 14, 982 pounds in donations for the Regina Food Bank.
“Planning is already underway for next year’s event that will bring some unique entertainment options that are sure to attract attendees locally and from surrounding communities,” Galloway said.
Next year’s Queen City Ex takes place from July 31 to Aug. 4, 2019.