Frost Fest 2020 – the wrap-up

Couples learn new dance moves at the Slave Lake Regional Arts Council Valentines dance class as part of Frost Fest. It was in the MRC on Valentines Day.
Preston Dastou curls on the makeshift rink outside of Dog Island Brewing on February 15. The free event was part of Frost Fest.
Suzanne Wilson, from the Rotary Club of Slave Lake Library, reads a book about cats to kids and cats at ‘Story time with cats’ at Animal Rescue Committee of Slave Lake. The event was a partnership between the library and Animal Rescue on Valentine’s Day as part of Frost Fest.
Young hockey players goof off at the public skate before the hockey skills competition on Sunday, February 18 as part of Frost Fest. The event was put on by Northern Lights 4H and Slave Lake Icedogs. It also included hot chocolate, donuts and crafts, but not on the ice.
The big closing event for Frost Fest ended up moving inside for the second year in a row due to unpleasantly cold weather. So instead of the Family Frolic in the Park it became a frolic in the MRC, with free skating, games (such as Frisbee toss) and a barbecue. The traditional ‘Toy Mountain’ became a matter of ‘fishing’ for prizes. As far as we know, a good time was had by all.
Not the usual way to play checkers, but it looks like fun!

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