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Family fun at winter carnival

The annual Winter Carnival took place in Luskville on the weekend, featuring a circus workshop, talent show and lots more all throughout the area. Pictured, Christine Jeannotte performs her silk scarves routine, much to the childrens’ wonder.
From left: Suzie Schevers tosses the axe past Dave René de Cotret, who organized many of the lumberjack events.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
LUSKVILLE Jan. 26-28, 2018
Families in the Municipality of Pontiac had the chance to try maple taffy, ride fat bikes, throw axes, show off their talents and much more all over town, at an annual event aimed to bring everyone out and into their community during the colder time of year.
There were plenty of options to get the whole family out and about last weekend in Luskville, when the Winter Carnival brought circus performers, a talent show, a lumberjack contest and more to different spots all over town.
“For this year, it was decided that the group would do a larger event,” said Charlene Young, a member of Groupe Action Jeunesse, who organized the carnival.

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