We have gorgeous weather to enjoy these days in Weyburn..but there's a down side.

All outdoor activities for Mondays Winterfest have been cancelled, due to a lack of snow and ice.

However, there will still be some events going on.

"We will still be having the free indoor swim at the LeisureCcentre from 1 until 5, and the crafts at the Leisure Centre from 2 until 4,", said organizer, Linda Procott. "as well as handing out free childrens' admissions to the Red Wings game that day." she added.

Procott added she is disappointed with the development. "Really, looking forward to it and I'm sure a lot of other people were as well. It's unfortunate, but there's not much we can do with the weather the way it is."

The outdoor events were also cancelled last year at Winterfest, for the same reason.

The first year of the festival was 2015.

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