About 60 booths joined the Rafferty Rumble’s downtown market on Saturday. Artists and home-based businesses offered guests a variety of items to choose from. Woodwork and books, jewelry and clothes, quilts and painted rocks, sweets and organic cereals, cosmetics, interior design pieces and, of course, Rafferty Rumble souvenirs. While some guests still had their Rumble cups from the 1990s, new pieces were purchased to add to the collection. Stores, located on Fourth Street, also set their stock outside joining the market. A few local non-profit organizations set up their tables selling souvenirs or raffle tickets. Right next to the market the downtown street fair kept kids of all ages busy and happy. Bumpers, bouncy castle and climbing wall were a big hit. A few climbers made it to the very top of the tower to then smoothly decent back to the loud street crowd. And while waiting for the bigger attractions, kids could play street games, interact with animals at the petting zoo, get their faces painted, hair styled and dyed and their tummies filled with anything from ice-cream and cotton candy, to colourful sweets and juicy burgers. And homemade lemonade booth was one of the most popular stops on that hot and sunny day. The morning rush died down when the sun settled over Estevan for the afternoon. But as soon as the temperature went down a bit and Roughriders successfully finished the game, the crowd returned to Fourth Street for the street dance.