2019 Winter Carnival a success in Quesnel

Marie-Soleil Forsyth boils maple syrup to make maple syrup snow candy. Heather Norman photos
Marie-Soleil Forsyth pours boiled maple syrup in the snow for carival goers to wrap around a strick and eat. Heather Norman photos
Left: Kids played street hockey on the outdoor ice at the Winter Carnival on Saturday, Feb. 23.
Face painting was one of the many activities offered at the Winter Carnival.
Kids enter the raffle at the Winter Carnival on Saturday, Feb.23.
Many young skaters practised their skills at the free skate event during the Winter Carnival.
A player dives for the ball in the outfield in the 2019 Sno-Ball tournament.

Quesnel’s Boots & Toques Winter Carnival saw a multitude of events throughout the day on Saturday, Feb. 23, including a Sno-Ball Tournament, free skating, crafts and hockey.

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