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Luxton finale a holiday treat in Langford

London Chalmers, 2-1/2, lower left, and Riley Munoz, 3-1/2, compare their face paint jobs in the Sparkle Shack Body Art stall at the Luxton Fair and Pro Rodeo on Victoria Day. - Don Descoteau/News staff
London Chalmers, 2-1/2, lower left, and Riley Munoz, 3-1/2, compare their face paint jobs in the Sparkle Shack Body Art stall at the Luxton Fair and Pro Rodeo on Victoria Day.
— image credit: Don Descoteau/News staff

Rodeo fans and midway lovers alike packed into the Luxton fairgrounds Monday for the final day of the annual Luxton Pro Rodeo and Fair.

Sunny skies and warm temperatures kept most visitors, who came from around the Capital Region, comfortable on the day. The fair and rodeo ran for three days.

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