Last week's Frontier Days had Swift Current Ag & Ex bustling with crowds of locals and visitors from around the province, attracting more than 21,000 people over the four days of events.

Frontier Days saw 3,000 to 4,000 fewer people this year than the past decade's average, mainly due to heavy rain and less-than-ideal weather conditions.

Tracey Stevenson, manager of Swift Current Ag & Ex, highlighted that despite the weather and a concert being delayed, there was an overall good turnout.

"We fared okay, we had lots of shuffles, changes, and a delay," she said. "All in all, it went fairly well."

Saturday was the busiest with many people coming for the fireworks, attending the final events, and stopping by the fair on their time off with family or friends.

Stevenson noted the Cultural Crossroads event had to be moved into the Grasslands Events tent due to the weather, which cleared up by Saturday for a sunny morning for the parade.

"Thank you to all the people who attended for their patience," she added. "It all went well, I'd just like to thank all the volunteers, sponsors, and anybody who supports the local events."