PHOTOS: Snow much fun at Quesnel Boots and Toques event

Sarah Thompson and Jadacia Barker pour some hot maple syrup over snow to create sweet treats for patrons of the Boots and Toques event at the West Fraser Centre on Feb. 22. (Sasha Sefter - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
From left, Carly, Layne, 2, and Steve Dinicol pose for a fun family portrait during the Boots and Toques event at the West Fraser Centre on Feb. 22. (Sasha Sefter - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
A Sno-Ball athlete runs through deep snow to get to the ball during the Sno-Ball Tournament, which was part of the Boots and Toques event in LeBourdais Park on Feb. 22. (Sasha Sefter - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
A Sno-Ball athlete hustles to first base trying to beat out the throw from home during the Sno-Ball Tournament, which was part of the Boots and Toques event in LeBourdais Park on Feb. 22. (Sasha Sefter - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
A Sno-Ball athlete heaves the ball to home base from deep in the outfield during the Sno-Ball Tournament, which was part of the Boots and Toques event in LeBourdais Park on Feb. 22. (Sasha Sefter - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
A Sno-Ball athlete makes contact with the ball during the Sno-Ball Tournament, which was part of the Boots and Toques event in LeBourdais Park on Feb. 22. (Sasha Sefter - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Lily Robinson, 5, (left) and her friend Payton Zornes, 6, fly down a hill on their saucers in LeBourdais Park during the Boots and Toques event Saturday, Feb. 22. (Sasha Sefter - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

The City of Quesnel’s annual Boots and Toques event on Feb. 22 featured a Sno-Ball Tournament, free public skating, crafts, face painting, music, blow ball hockey, a bonfire, sledding and fireworks at LeBourdais Park and the West Fraser Centre.

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