The May Pole Dance will again be part of the festivities at the annual Bradner May Day Parade and Country Fair, this year celebrating its 100th anniversary. Abbotsford News file photo

Bradner hosts 100th annual May Day celebration

Parade and country fair take place in Abbotsford on Monday, May 20

The community of Bradner holds its 100th annual May Day Parade and Country Fair on Monday, May 20.

Activities take place in and around Bradner Elementary at 5291 Bradner Rd. and at Bradner Hall.

The celebration gets underway with a pancake breakfast at 8 a.m., followed by the community parade at 10 a.m.

Opening ceremonies and the traditional May Pole Dance and May Queen ceremony take place at 11 a.m.

Activities running throughout the day include a petting zoo, face painting, carnival games, food concessions, live music and more.

The May Day event is a fundraiser for the Bradner Elementary parent advisory council, helping to pay for things such as educational field trips.

Those wanting to participate in the parade are asked to register by emailing jessicamcmath@gmail.com or calling 604-835-4035.

RELATED: 2018 Bradner May Day celebration

RELATED: 2017 Bradner May Day celebration

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