Informative fun: A number of youth and some adults took advantage of a free swim and other activities like a bouncy castle, free hotdog barbecue, face painting and crafts at the Ponoka Aquaplex July 24 to help highlight Drowning Prevention Week in Canada. Those taking in the events were also encouraged to pick up the informative brochures and stick on tatoos available. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Drowning Prevention Week

Informative fun: A number of youth and some adults took advantage of a free swim and other activities like a bouncy castle, free hotdog barbecue, face painting and crafts at the Ponoka Aquaplex July 24 to help highlight Drowning Prevention Week in Canada. Those taking in the events were also encouraged to pick up the informative brochures and stick on tatoos available. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

By Jordie Dwyer

 

Informative fun: A number of youth and some adults took advantage of a free swim and other activities like a bouncy castle, free hotdog barbecue, face painting and crafts at the Ponoka Aquaplex July 24 to help highlight Drowning Prevention Week in Canada. Those taking in the events were also encouraged to pick up the informative brochures and stick on tatoos available. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

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