Today in Photos. (actually the last 3 days)

Students are reflected in a mirror as they watch Will Douglas demonstrate fingering technique at the 8th Hamilton International Guitar Festival Saturday at the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts. The three-day event featured concerts, workshops, lessons, and vendors. The group was then going to form an ensemble for the concert that evening. John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator

 

Friday’s weather was a complete upgrade from a week long string of hot humid temperatures the city has been experiencing. The cooler and dryer conditions were surely a lure for at least one cyclist cruising along Ottawa Street North. Among the sites he was taking in was a film crew set up in Laidlaw Memorial United Church shooting an episode of “Wayne” an online series. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

 

A film crew set up in Laidlaw Memorial United Church is shooting an episode of the first season of “Wayne” an new television series. Scaffolding elevates and supports lights used to illuminate the interior from outside. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

 

Young tennis player warms-up before a summer tennis clinic at Dundas Tennis Club. Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator.

 

Collin Aubie, 4, follows his mother Rachel, right, and others in a three-legged dog as they participate in an outdoor yoga class in Gage Park Sunday taught by her sister Helena from In Fine Feather Yoga. The sessions are held weekly near the greenhouses.Collin Aubie, 4, follows his mother Rachel, right, and others in a three-legged dog as they participate in an outdoor yoga class in Gage Park Sunday taught by her sister Helena from In Fine Feather Yoga. The sessions are held weekly near the greenhouses. John Rennison/ Hamilton Spectator

 

Gabriel Zuleta, 6, tries to carry his massive Tweety Bird. The annual Beach Boulevard garage sale with people selling items the length of the street. John Rennison/ Hamilton Spectator

 

The annual Beach Boulevard garage sale with people selling items the length of the street.John Rennison/ Hamilton Spectator

 

Matchbox cars for sale.

 

A vendor reflected in a make-up mirror.

 

Chloe Frost, 8, looks through books for sale. The annual Beach Boulevard garage sale.John Rennison/ Hamilton Spectator

 

Flat out on the straight-a-way for a group of mixed drivers. Verizon IndyCar series stars Robert Wickens and James Hinchcliffe were hosting a charity karting race benefiting Make-A Wish Canada at Cameron Speedway .Both drivers (Wickens is from Guelph and Hinchcliffe is from Oakville), who are in town for this weekend’s Honda Indy in Toronto, started their motorsports careers in carting.there were 110 racers participating with 100% of the events proceeds donated to Make-a-Wish. The donations were matched by Honda. Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator.

 

The high performance go-karts churn out 9 HP of excitment.

 

The youngest group of racers listen to the pre-race safety rules. Gary Yokohama/ Hamilton Spectator

 

James Hinchcliffe and Robert Wickens (R) chat in the media tent. Verizon IndyCar series stars Robert Wickens and James Hinchcliffe were hosting a charity karting race benefiting Make-A Wish Canada at Cameron Speedway .Both drivers (Wickens is from Guelph and Hinchcliffe is from Oakville), who are in town for this weekend’s Honda Indy in Toronto, started their motorsports careers in carting.there were 110 racers participating with 100% of the events proceeds donated to Make-a-Wish. The donations were matched by Honda. Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator.

 

James Hinchcliffe and Robert Wickens (R) sign an assortment of memorabila for ACING FANS. Photo by Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator.

As one group of racers pulls into pit row another group of racers prepare to board the high performance go-karts in this mixed group category. PHOTO BY: Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator. FOR STORY BY:

 

People line up to see inside the CC-177 Globemaster III, the largest plane in service in the air force. Over 50 airplanes from the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum and others were on hand people to see Saturday at Air Force Day at the museum. John Rennison/ Hamilton Spectator

Sailors from the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club’s CANSail program practice their new skills on the bay Friday afternoon. The CANSail sailing school introduces new sailors to the fundamental sailing skills in the Optimist and 420 dinghy. When on the water, young sailors from ages 6-18 years work on boat safety, boat-handling skills, and seamanship. In the classroom, students learn basic terminology, knots and the rules of the water. Sailors also work on swimming skills in the RHYC pool. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

– A pedestrian walks through the bridge under the tracks in the Corktown neighbourhood, past inspirational anti-bullying messages painted on a bright pink background. Photo by: Barry Gray, The Hamilton Spectator.

Hamilton Varsity Tiger Cat’s Keyshaun Jordan tries to shake off the tackle of Essex Raven’s Bradley Williams during their game Saturday at Ron Joyce Stadium. Hamilton won the play-off game 17-14. John Rennison/Hamilton Spectator John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator

Hamilton Varsity Tiger Cat’s Calvin Kelly manages to slip the grip of Essex Raven’s James Hanlon during their game Saturday at Ron Joyce Stadium. Hamilton won the play-off game 17-14. John Rennison/ Hamilton Spectator

Hamilton Varsity Tiger Cat’s Jacob Acciaccaferro grounds Essex Raven’s quarterback Aiden Mitrevski on a short run during their game Saturday at Ron Joyce Stadium. Hamilton won the play-off game 17-14.John Rennison/ Hamilton Spectator

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