Scrambling after piggies at the Creelman Fair

A group of 16 and 17-year-olds set off after the piglets during the pig scramble at the Creelman Fair on Saturday, one of the most popular features of the "Biggest Little Fair in Saskatchewan". There were scrambles held for each age category, with two times held during the day for the popular event. The fair also included a parade, a horse show, dog show, agricultural displays, bouncy houses, beach volleyball, and a demonstration by an eight-horse hitch of Clydesdale draught horses.

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