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MBGA’s Do You Wanna Build a SSSSSnowman III?

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When: January 1st, 2018
Time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Where: Assiniboine Park, at the duck pond

Kick off 2018 with a snowman, a smiley, and caching friends!

It's the third annual Do You Wanna Build a Snowman event!

Two years ago we got together to make Olaf a Happy snowman. The snow wasn't the best snow for making a snowman, so only one snowman was built. But we did have a fantastic response to the Siloam Mission donation. We did it again last year and included Skating, Sledding and a nice warm Shelter.

Snowman - If the snow is nice, we'll build some snowmen.
Skating - We're at the duckpond, skating is available.
Sledding - We're near the toboggan runs... go for a Slide on the Sled.
Socks - One thing we keep hearing is that Siloam Mission has a high demand for socks, specifically Men's socks. So this year we are asking for sock donations. (Must be new socks, not used.)
Smiley - What we get when we attend an event!
Shelter - Shelter's a nice thing for a winter event. (Wait, that's 6 S's!)

Bundle up your toes and bundle up your tots. Bring your hot coffee or hot chocolate and we'll see you next year!

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