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Winterfest Sponsors Making a Difference

Thanks to our growing list of sponsors this year’s Winterfest Event is shaping up to be one of the best events ever! The annual event will take place February 17th, 2018 at the Gull Lake Recreation Centre. Suncor Energy and the Town of Gull Lake are once again sponsoring this year’s fireworks that will take place at 8pm at the ball Diamond. The Gull Lake Tourism Committee is sponsoring children’s entertainer Danny Kazam, who will perform a spectacular magic show starting at 3:30pm. The Cypress Hills Destination Area donated the event poster, promotion, Tombola Table gift, and provided support to the committee.

The Gull Lake Elks are once again sponsoring the Winterfest Breakfast at the Community Hall at 9am. The Kinettes have generously allowed the use of the mini golf that will run from 2pp to 5pm. CJSN 1490 is providing some free radio advertising for the event. The Gull Lake Lyceum Theatre, Petersons AG Foods, and the Kings Hotel in Shaunavon have donated gifts for the Tombola Table.

If you, your business, or organization would like to sponsor one of the events taking place or provide a kids gift for the Tombola Table call Blake at (306) 672-7499 or email Event Sponsors are featured on our Winterfest Page and thank yous are displayed at various locations at the event, and in a final thank you post on the Town Website.

Gull Lake Winterfest Event Committee

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