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This year's event brought another round of fort building for Camp Kindle.  Organizers brought together local architects, designers and contractors to create a kid-sized old-fashioned western town displayed at ENMAX Park during the fundraiser. In 2021, the town consisted of five forts — a sheriff’s office and jail, a bakery café, a theatre, a tailor and dress-up shop and a saloon. This year, forts included a bank, general store, schoolhouse, hotel and a train station.

Attendees also had the chance to tour a Dream Playhouse thanks to Calbridge Homes. The vision of the Calbridge design team was to create a waterfront playhouse property for kids ages 5 to 12 that inspires creativity, builds relationships, provides shelter and houses memories, moments and dreams for the little ones. It also served as the backdrop for this year's photobooth fun. The building will be auctioned off to the highest bidder at the Dad and Daughter gala later this fall, with all proceeds donated to Kids Cancer Care.


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