2019-02-09 / News

Festival Goers Enjoy Obstacle Course, Face Painting, S’Mores

Patiently waiting to go sledding in Great Turtle Park are (from front) twins Nova and Olivia Cowell and their cousin Joseph Carlton.



Sue Topham drives through the obstacle course as Owen Morse balances an egg on a wooden spoon. Sue Topham drives through the obstacle course as Owen Morse balances an egg on a wooden spoon.

At left: Satisfied after a fun sledding trip are Jadyn Rickley (left) and Jenavieve Fisher. At left: Satisfied after a fun sledding trip are Jadyn Rickley (left) and Jenavieve Fisher.

At right: Jay Barch sculpted an intricate beast, complete with ice shard fangs and golden ice cube gold pieces, mushrooms, and a ski ball game to win the snow sculpture competition at the Mackinac Island Winter Festival. At right: Jay Barch sculpted an intricate beast, complete with ice shard fangs and golden ice cube gold pieces, mushrooms, and a ski ball game to win the snow sculpture competition at the Mackinac Island Winter Festival.

Many Island pooches also enjoyed Winter Festival, including Kyrsten Cavazos’ little Sirius who dons a frozen beard. Many Island pooches also enjoyed Winter Festival, including Kyrsten Cavazos’ little Sirius who dons a frozen beard.

A raucous game of broom hockey was the main event of the Winter Festival Saturday, February 2. Here, Owen Morse lunges for the ball, followed in close pursuit by Mabel Styburski. Getting into position in the background are (from left) Asher Topham, Wyatt Morse, Albert Mosley, Jack Kaminen, Katie Burt, and Lakelyn Bunker. A raucous game of broom hockey was the main event of the Winter Festival Saturday, February 2. Here, Owen Morse lunges for the ball, followed in close pursuit by Mabel Styburski. Getting into position in the background are (from left) Asher Topham, Wyatt Morse, Albert Mosley, Jack Kaminen, Katie Burt, and Lakelyn Bunker.

Festive face paintings were offered during the Mackinac Island Winter Festival. Urvana Morse gives the finishing touches to Lakelyn Bunker’s panda masterpiece. Festive face paintings were offered during the Mackinac Island Winter Festival. Urvana Morse gives the finishing touches to Lakelyn Bunker’s panda masterpiece.

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