Sunday – fun filled at the Lowville Winter Games. The only thing missing is a pick up game of hockey.

By Staff


January 24, 2014

It is winter – we are Canadians – we can handle it – right?

The Lowville Winter Games take place Sunday – 11 to 4 and this year there is going to be snow.

The lineup is solid; the weather is supposed to be good and the Bistro will be open with hot chocolate.

The human gyroscope

The Body Zorbs race track

A pancake-eating contest – provided by the Sunset Grill.

Log-sawing contest

Winter crafts courtesy of Momstown

Photos in the Burlington Events photo booth

Three-time Olympic gold medalist, women’s hockey champion Becky Kellar (noon to 2 p.m.) in the school house

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Conservation Halton’s birds of prey exhibit

Bur Bear frisbee golf course

Horse-drawn wagon rides

Skating and tobogganing

Oliver Hannak,a Niagara College photography student came across this situation and like any good photographer pulled over, got his gear out and started taking pictures.
The hope is the Sunday weather will be sunshine and clear skies as hundreds head up to Lowville Park to enjoy the day.

Solid winter fun.  Get out and enjoy it and use the occasion to forget the really poopy weather some people have had to cope with.

Drive safely up Guelph Line – keep it between the ditches.

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