BY SOUTHGREY.CA STAFF — Frazzlefest coincides with Family Day weekend and is presented by the West Grey Chamber of Commerce, the Durham BIA, and West Grey Durham Lions Club.
A bright sunny weekend helped to bring out families' participation at Frazzlefest in Durham.
Events included snow sculpture creation, a trivia night packed with participants, snowman hunt, art activity, workout, Valentine’s tea, family dance, snowshoe hike, tobogganing, snow soccer, board games, hockey and skating.
It was a full weekend of activities for everyone.
Frazzlefest took place over four days from Friday February 14 to Family Day on Monday, February 17, 2020.
Some of the charcoal artwork created at The Colour Jar in Durham
The horse snow sculpture won 1st Place - Horse by Merle & Jacob Young, 125 Countess St. N
The crab snow sculpture took 2nd Place - Crab by Hauver-Fairhall, 240 Durham Rd. E.
Other prize winners in the snow sculpture were:
Trivia night at the Garafraxa Cafe in Durham on Friday night. Photo: Timothy Dyck.
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