Outdoor winter fun in Grenville was delayed for a day over the weekend. The Carnaval de Grenville was originally to be held on Saturday, February 4 but cold temperatures continued and the winter carnival was switched to Sunday, February 5. All day long at Parc Normand-Woodbury beside the Centre Jeunesse Luc-Grondin, there were activities for everyone. Skaters enjoyed going around the loop, a hockey tournament was held on the rink, outdoor games provided challenges, and the snow slide provided thrills.
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