Back to work after Family Day fun
Near perfect conditions greeted those who chose to come out for a Family Day skate at Storybook Gardens.
Grant Graham watches on as his grandson Bishop gets a lesson in drumming from Nina Antoine in the longhouse at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology Family Fun Day.
Jason Quinlan guides his dogsled through Attawandaron Park, one of the Family Day activities at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology.
Beatrice and Madeleine try their had at a game of snowsnake.
Jerry Gawlik joins his daughters Chantal (left) and Monique (right), giving snowshoeing a try.
Nina Antoine left) explains drumming techniques to Lynn Gilbert.
Quinn and Avery enjoy the scenery while mom Tracy does all the work skating at Storybook Gardens.
Two-year old Violet checks out the animals with the help of her mom Meredith.
Putting their parents Brian and Allison to work, Kate and Clare know the best way to get around when little legs get tired walking around Storybook Gardens.
Going for another lap around the skating trail at Storybook Gardens.
Mom Hayli tells Reese to hang on as her cousin Spencer takes them for a spin.
Horse-drawn wagon rides were just one of the ways to get around Storybook Gardens on Family Day.
Family Day in Glen Cairn meant face painting by Pena (centre) and ballon animals by Sleeping Beauty Andrea (left) for sisters Sophie (centre left) and Camila (right), out with their dad Oscar.
London Community News
Sunny skies shone down on London this past Monday (Feb. 18) as thousands of area residents ventured out to take part in the many Family Day activities offered around the Forest City.
Whether it was being one of the lucky ones getting a ride on a dogsled or trying snow shoeing for the first time at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology, pulling on the skates for a spin around the ice at Storybook Gardens or taking in the Knights game, there was a raft of activities for families to do together across the city.