The chilly weather didn't keep people away from this weekend's Frozen Fiesta in Kenora.
It started off with the snow sculptures and fireworks at the harbourfront, where Kyla Moen had been admiring Lorne Dubois' latest work on the greenbelt.
"It's beautiful. We haven't really stopped, since they started building them, but so far it's been my favourite," she said.
At Mount Evergreen Saturday, Janelle Devlin of Keewatin talked about her race in the Growler Howler, during Mushin' for Mutts.
"It's awesome. The trails are very well groomed," she said.
City councillors took serving the public literally, during Mayor Dan's Pancake Breakfast Sunday morning.
It was a nice break for the Skead family, as Angela, Tyler and their eight-month-old son Junior looked forward to some flapjacks hot off the grill.
"Oh yeah! He'll enjoy it. He'll like that syrup," said Tyler Skead, noting his young son -- Tyler Junior -- and his big eyes. "He's licking his chops already."
Ice anglers can look forward to this weekend's Kids Can Fish event, while organizers of the Polar Plunge are hoping ice conditions improve, so they can hold their fundraiser for Special Olympics.
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