Hi - on-line registration for 2019 Winter Festival is now open. Anyone is still welcome to register in person at the event of your choice. Happy Family Day! 

Here are links to other event sites:

  Dryden Ski Hill  -  http://www.skidryden.com/

  Camp Brigitte  -  http://www.campbrigitte.net/

  Lion's Den  -  https://www.facebook.com/jamesbazinet73/

  Dryden Go-Getters  -  https://www.facebook.com/gogettersdryden/

  Royal Canadian Legion  -  http://www.legion.ca/

  Snow-a-rama  -  http://www.snowarama.org/

  Timberlanes Bowling Alley  -  https://www.facebook.com/BowlingCentre/info

  Lazer Tag - https://www.facebook.com/TBLazerTagDryden/

WinterFest Bowling - Feb 17

Register your team today and have some great fun with your friends, family, or co-workers! 

Challenge your friends to be the best @Timberlanes Bowling Centre :)

Each lane can take up to 5 people per team

 

4:00 pm to 6:00 pm - Glow bowing $10/person, two (2) games and shoes included

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm - Glow bowling $10/person, two (2) games and shoes included

Family Snow Sculpting Competition - Feb 15-24

Give life to your front yard, workplace, etc... in the form of snow! Get your family or coworkers together and sculpt away. The sky is the limit on creativity, colour, and design. Post a picture, address, and contact information of your masterpiece on Winter Festival's Facebook page to be entered into a prize draw. 


Family Fishing Derby  - Feb 17

Wabigoon Lake - Van Horne Landing

noon to 4:00 pm

Come out and try ice fishing! Fishing License is Free! Bring the family out for an afternoon of fun and laughs and maybe catch some fish too! Holes and fishing gear are your responsibility. Be sure to locate the weighing station to record your catch of the day for a chance at a great prize (not to mention those bragging rights!). We look forward to a fun family fishing day with you!

PAST EVENT - Survival Shelter Challenge

Grab a friend or the family and register today! Challenge a neighbour, co-worker, or another club.


Two-person shelters must be built on-site starting ….


IMPORTANT:  Accepted materials include wood, tarps, emergency blankets, scarves, rope, bark, elastic, and any items you would typically carry while hiking, sking, snowshoeing, or snowmobiling. Material can also be used from the natural surroundings. Pocket tools are allowed. DO NOT use power tools, screws, nails, or adhesive.


We respectfully ask that no one cut down trees in the immediate area but deadfall can be gathered. Also wood may be used from the campfire stockpile as construction material.