2017 Frog Races
Frog Race Victors

Frog Race Finals
Frog jumping coordinators Bill Halpin, Rob Moir and Gus Whiteley seen here with the final frog winners:  1st place Reilly Creamer and Harry Halpin and 2nd place finisher Braden Hamm-O'Brian.

Canada Day rain didn't dampen the spirit of the day at the Royal Canadian Legion, Peninsula Br. 62 commemorative activities. While most events had to be moved to be under cover due to the rain. 

Flag raising and cake cutting ceremonies were moved inside and enjoyed by a full of house. Regular activities that included Flea Market Tables, Book and Puzzle Table, Baked Goods Table, inside canteen and outside BBQ saw a good turnout of people. Face paining and kids games was moved onto the deck and the musicians were moved down to the pub.

Kids of all ages gathered outside in the rain and mist to watch the annual frog races that take place on the ball field home plate. Several heats of frogs jumped to make it to the final round. Due to the damp weather the frogs were not so inclined to jump off the starting mark so in come cases a time limit was in place and the frog that jumped the furthest was declared the winner.