Today in Photos.

A cyclist crosses the bridge over the QEW in east Hamilton, part of the Red Hill Trail, on another beautiful summer day. Photo by: Barry Gray, The Hamilton Spectator

 

A blue heron soars above the trees in east Hamilton Wednesday. Photo by: Barry Gray, The Hamilton Spectator.

 

A 6 year old boy fell to his death from a 6th floor balcony around 5:00pm Wednesday afternoon. Police are investigating. There appears to have been a fire on the balcony in the recent past . Soot covers the underside of the 7th floor balcony and blankets cover a broken window which looks to be the result of the fire. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

White carnations and babies breath are held together with a pale blue ribbon and placed on the floor between the elevators at 50 Young Street in Hamilton where a 6 year old boy fell to his death from a 6th floor balcony. Police are investigating. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

A procession of boats sail towards the high level bridge Thursday night as sailors from the Royal Hamilton Yacht club performed the ceremonial maneuver in place of their normal race night in remembrance of members Carla and Alan Rutherford who died in a house fire in Dundas Monday. Photo by: Gary Yokoyama/ Hamilton Spectator

A procession of boats sail towards the high level bridge Thursday night as sailors from the Royal Hamilton Yacht club performed the ceremonial maneuver in place of their normal race night in remembrance of members Carla and Alan Rutherford who died in a house fire in Dundas Monday. Photo by: Gary Yokoyama/ Hamilton Spectator

A procession of boats sail towards the high level bridge Thursday night as sailors from the Royal Hamilton Yacht club performed the ceremonial maneuver in place of their normal race night in remembrance of members Carla and Alan Rutherford who died in a house fire in Dundas Monday. Photo by: Gary Yokoyama/ Hamilton Spectator

James Kearns 8,and his grandfather Ray Kearns 82, admire a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. There were hundreds of autos at Rockin’ The Waterfront 2018″ a community event put on by the Hamilton Shriners’ Club at Pier 4 Park. Photo by Gary Yokoyama/ Hamilton Spectator

Pier 4 Park was now a parking lot almost at capacity. There were hundreds of autos at Rockin’ The Waterfront 2018″ a community event put on by the Hamilton Shriners’ Club at Pier 4 Park. A majority of the classic car owners,being from a 60 plus demographic showed-off the cars of their youth on a warm summers eve. Muscle cars along with humble family sedans took their place in this parade of automobile nostalgia The show and shine display of classic cars happens every Wednesday evening from May 16th to August 29th 5pm to dusk. The theme for this cruise night features General Motors cars that are pre 1993.PHOTO BY: Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator.

Ray Poitras, a long time member of the seniors bowling league at Sherwood Centre watches as bowlers play their last games at the Mohawk Road East facility. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator 

90 year old Lucy Giangregorio a member of the seniors bowling league at Sherwood Centre bowls her last game at the facility. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

Claude Leprieur lines up his shot while bowling for that last time in the seniors bowling league at Sherwood Centre. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

Fran Bowles and Ted Porter get in a last game with the seniors bowling league at Sherwood Centre. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

 

 

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