It was a beautiful day for a pick-up hockey game on the ice rink in Eugenia.
BY SOUTHGREY.CA STAFF — Markdale, Priceville and Eugenia all held Family Day activities in Grey Highlands with the help of many volunteers. Outdoor skating rinks at Eugenia and Priceville will remain available following Family Day for as long as the weather allows.
Hard working volunteers spent many hours maintaining the outdoor rinks and preparing for each event.
All locations offered fun family-oriented activities in the great outdoors. The weather cooperated and the sunshine resulted in the happy faces of families from across the municipality.
Eugenia Skate, Ski and Shoe
Members of the Bycraft family venture out on snowshoes to walk the marked course in Eugenia Community Park.
Tianna Smith-Murray does her best Pikachu impersonation while gearing up to face-paint at Eugenia’s Skate, Ski and Shoe event.
Markdale Family Day Celebrations
One of the many large scale snow sculptures at the Markdale Family Day celebrations.
Another of the large snow sculptures at the Markdale arena grounds.
Volunteers and members of the hard working Markdale Family Day organizing committee, Elaine Smyth, Cheryl Weatherall and Angela Teeter selling raffle tickets.
Priceville Family Day Celebrations
Hockey players in Priceville have fun at one of two skating rinks at Stothart Hall.
Doug Harrison manning the barbecue and making sure the food is hot.
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