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What to do on family day

Updated Wednesday, February 11, 2015
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 It's Family Day in Ontario on February 16th and many people will enjoy a day off to spend with their families. Here are just a few activities that are taking place in Lambton County that day.

 

Lambton Mall 

Lambton Mall has two Live My Little Pony Shows and 10 activity stations hosted by the YMCA Jerry McCaw Family Centre Sarnia including a 20-foot slide, dress-up booth, a scavenger hunt, prizes and more!

The first My Little Pony show is at 11am
The second My Little Pony show is at 1pm
Lambton Mall will be open from 11-5

http://www.lambtonmall.com/events/lambton-family-day-fun

 

The Learning Disabilities Association
The Learning Disabilities Association of Lambton County presents their “Family Day Sting Game Fundraiser”, Monday (16), 2:05 pm at the RBC Centre. Please bring skates to skate with the Sting after the game. For ticket information, please call 519-344-4919.

 

Grand Bend Winter Carnival

Enjoy sledding and skating the entire weekend courtesy of Mother Nature, whose cold temperatures and lots of snow have blessed the area with a Winter Wonderland! Skating can be enjoyed at Oakwood Resort’s outdoor skating rink or on the Ausable River (Alberta Street & Lake Road). Sledding is in full gear at Oakwood’s Hill, located on the south side of Indian Road. Check out the bottom of this page for outdoor activities in the Pinery Provincial Park.

http://grandbendtourism.com/events/wintercarnival

 

Forest Film Festival

My Old Lady (PG)

An American inherits an apartment in Paris that comes with an unexpected resident. 

107 minutes 

Monday, February 16 2015 at 7:30 pm

http://www.forestfilm.ca/

 

Oil Museum of Canada

Time: 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Join us to celebrate 150 years of Oil Springs History. Featuring a display of photographs, books, and items from Oil Springs’ past history.

Special showing of:

  • Oil Springs Main Street 1949
  • Oil Springs pet and hobby
  • Parade from 1950s

Presented by Oil Springs Heritage Advisory Committee.

http://www.lambtonmuseums.ca/events/150-years-oil-springs-history/#map

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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