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Blackfalds Set to host annual Winterfest on Family Day

Winterfest 2019 will take place regardless of weather

Blackfalds is once again ready for its annual Winterfest Activities on February 18. With games, activities, pancake breakfast and the ever- popular Penguin Dip, residents are encouraged to join us for the planned activities.

We encourage you to bundle up, bring your family and join our Community, along with all the ‘dippers,’ and celebrate the spirit of the season together.

What: Blackfalds Winterfest

When: Monday, February 18, 2019

Winterfest 2019 will take place regardless of weather, so we encourage you to dress for the weather, get out of the house and join us for some winter fun. Spectators are encouraged to bring a donation for the Blackfalds Food Bank.

For further details and a full list of events visit the Town website at blackfalds.com.

-Submitted by the Town of Blackfalds

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