Kids had their chance to shine in the annual Kiddies Parade at the Penticton Peach Festival, this year led by the Cranbrook Girls Bugle Band. (Steve Kidd/Western News)

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Kids had their chance to shine in the annual Kiddies Parade at the Penticton Peach Festival. (Steve Kidd/Western News)

Tiana and Turbo, two tortoises courtesy Mike Hopcroft the Reptile Guy, liked to explore the crowds. (Steve Kidd/Western News)

Children’s entertainers Bobs & Lolo were just one of the highlights of Kiddies Day at Peachfest, getting their young fans up and running with their song, Run Salmon Run (Steve Kidd/Western News)

Children’s entertainers Bobs & Lolo were just one of the highlights of Kiddies Day at Peachfest, getting their young fans up and running with their song, Run Salmon Run (Steve Kidd/Western News)

The Central Okanagan Dog Agility Show drew huge crowds to watch the dogs and handlers speed through jumps, tunnels and other obstacles. (Steve Kidd/Western News)

The Central Okanagan Dog Agility Show drew huge crowds to watch the dogs and handlers speed through jumps, tunnels and other obstacles. (Steve Kidd/Western News)

The Central Okanagan Dog Agility Show drew huge crowds to watch the dogs and handlers speed through jumps, tunnels and other obstacles. (Steve Kidd/Western News)

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