Georgina Dell and Corbin look over a Porsche Spyder at the car show at Cordova Bay Plaza during Cordova Bay Day. Dan Ebenal/News Staff Georgina Dell and Corbin look over a Porsche Spyder at the car show at Cordova Bay Plaza during Cordova Bay Day. Dan Ebenal/News Staff

VIDEO: Sun shines on Cordova Bay Day

The Cordova Bay Plaza, Mattick’s Farm, St. David’s Church and the Cordova Bay Golf Course were buzzing with activity Saturday for Cordova Bay Day.

Whether it was checking out the classic cars or having a balloon animal made just for you, grabbing a bite to eat while listening to the sounds from a variety of musical styles, there was plenty happening on a sunny Sunday afternoon.

Here are some of the sights and sounds from the day’s fun.

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Rhys and Kara Howells in front of a Morris Minor at Cordova Bay Day.

Mia Wong enjoys her hotdog at Cordova Bay Day.

Brandon Wong takes a break from Cordova Bay Day to grab a bite of a hotdog.

Keith MacFarlane polishes up his ‘51 Chevy pickup at Cordova Bay Day.

Neve and Lauren make some bubbles outside St. David’s Church during Cordova Bay Day.

Esther Walsh makes a balloon hat for six-year-old Kelsie Morson during Cordova Bay Day.

And Then There Was – Liam Flello on guitar, Kevin Gontovnick on bass and James Thibodeau on drums – perform for the crowd at Cordova Bay Day.

Dave Gallant keeps things hopping at Mattick’s Farm during Cordova Bay Day.

Ralph Aida and his one-year-old son Felix chow down on some lentil fingers at Mattick’s Farm during Cordova Bay Day.

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