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Most of the winter carnival fun was indoors at Ameliasburgh

A few hundred residents and visitors celebrated Family Day and Valentine’s at the fourth annual Ameliasburgh Winter Carnival.

Frigid temperatures put the ice on outdoor plans for skating and cross country skiing, but a scavenger hunt and horse-drawn wagon rides, courtesy of Scott and Amanda Carter, were popular.

The inside of the town hall was full of activities and refreshments.

instruments-at-MilfordMilford Library volunteer Jake Yntema watches as Chris Cornell plays a guitar – just one of the many instruments now available to be borrowed.

A-family-photosChanel Harrigan photographed families for Family Day 2016.

,Alayna, 2, of Hawkesbury, was fully concentrating on her craft.

A-HUB-facepaintingDaniel, 9, of Ameliasburgh, instructed Melissa Burgess, of the HUB Child and Family Centre, how he wanted her to create a Minecraft face painting.

A-library-guitar-picksSamantha and Tabita Bentley, of Rossmore, created and decorated guitar picks pressed from old library cards.

A-packed-houseIn the corner of the busy town hall, Sherri Bergman lead drumming circle sessions for children.

A-communityEsther Grace Quinlan munches on a free hotdog while watching Nancy Wood draw at the “Community – Together We Grow” table.

A-donutMum and Dad enjoy watching and photographing son Michael attempt to devour a doughnut.

A-wagon-ridesClaire takes the reins to lead Magnum and Moonlight through the grounds of the museum. The horse-drawn wagon rides were provided by Amanda and Scott Carter.

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