Cow Bay Day 2012

Families partake in fun activities during Cow Bay Day

A number of Prince Rupert businesses put on Cow Bay Day on Saturday, August 25, that included lots of fun activities for the whole family.

During the afternoon of Saturday, August 25, a number of Prince Rupert businesses put on Cow Bay Day that included lots of fun activities for the whole family.

Activities included;

Face Painting at Cowbay Gift Gallery

Chainsaw carving display and BBQ at Seasport Marine

Bouncy Castle put on by Remax Realty

Kids Art Workshops (which included molding clay, watercolours and fabric postcards) at the Ice House Gallery

Sidewalk chalk painting put on by Eagle Bluff Bed & Breakfast

Marshmallow Roasting at the Pioneer Hostel

Egg Obstacle Races at Harris and Wick Goldsmiths

“I Flung Dung” game and coffee card giveaways at Cowpuccinos

Hourly draws for gift certificates at Dolly’s

Jail and Bail put on by RCMP members partaking in the Cops for Cancer “Tour de North” ride

Fish Pond / Duck Race at Opa Sushi

Spray paint graffiti Art on a van at Rona

BBQ put on Breakers

As well as visitor Griswald the Bear from Northern Savings Credit Union

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