September 4, 2009: Grande Cache 40th Anniversary Fireworks seen from Miner's Memorial Monument at Rocky the Ram Area
Grande Cache is a small town of 4000 people in west-central Alberta, Canada, located 145 kilometres (90 miles) northwest of Hinton and 183km (128 mi) south of Grande Prairie along Highway 40. It is located in the Municipal District of Greenview, between Highway 40 and the Smoky River, at the northern border of Alberta’s Rockies. The town is the gateway to the Willmore Wilderness Park and home of the Canadian Death Race.
In year 2009 Labour Day Long weekend, Grande Cache celebrated its 40th Anniversary with variety of activities such as BBQ, parade, and fireworks. I wonder if Grande Cache’s Canada Day Fireworks is equally impressive… I took the following fireworks pictures at Miner’s Memorial Monument at Rocky the Ram Area.
September 4, 2009: Grande Cache Frieworks during Labour Day Long Weekend
September 4, 2009: Grande Cache Fireworks Display
September 4, 2009: dazzling fireworks show in Grande Cache, Alberta
September 4, 2009: Labour Day Weekend fireworks
September 4, 2009: 40th Anniversary Fireworks in Grande Cache
September 4, 2009: Grande Cache Fireworks
September 4, 2009: Breathtaking fireworks display
September 4, 2009: Simply amazing for a small town like Grande Cache
September 4, 2009: fireworks in Municipal District of Greenview
September 4, 2009: awesome fireworks display
September 4, 2009: colorful fireworks in Grande Cache