Friday, Jan. 14 and Saturday, Jan. 15

Friday, Jan. 14 and Saturday, Jan. 15

Blue Fins Frost-Fest

The Williams Lake Blue Fins host its annual Frost-Fest Swim Meet at the Sam Ketcham Memorial Pool. For more information see future editions of the Tribune.

Friday, Jan. 14 to Sunday, Jan. 16

Bantam Recreational Hockey Tournament

The Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association is set to host the Bantam Recreational Hockey Tournament at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex throughout the weekend.

Round robin action gets underway Friday afternoon and continues Saturday with the finals to be played Sunday morning.

Saturday, Jan. 29

Smackdown 2011

The Williams Lake Wrestling Club hosts its elementary wrestling Smackdown playday. More than 200 wrestlers are expected to participate.

Sunday, Jan. 30

Bull Mountain Blast

The Williams Lake Cross Country Ski Club hosts the Bull Mountain Blast — a fun, participation-oriented cross-country ski event for all ages and levels of skiers.

The event follows the same enduro format as the popular Pedal By The Puddle mountain bike race.

For more information visit the club’s website at and look under the “Ski Competitions and Events” heading.

An online entry will be available on the website shortly.

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