It was all hands on deck at the craft table during the annual Celebrating Dads event on Father’s Day (Sunday) at Mill Lake Park. Mom Saranna, dad Mike and four-year-old Keegan put together a sign that read “Number 1 Dad.” The event was hosted by Central Abbotsford Community School and partners. (John Morrow/Abbotsford News)

SLIDESHOW: Celebrating Dads held at Mill Lake Park

Annual event in Abbotsford featured crafts, gold panning and more

The annual Celebrating Dads event was held on Father’s Day (Sunday) at Mill Lake Park in Abbotsford.

The event was hosted by Central Abbotsford Community School, the Abbotsford Early Childhood Committee, Abbotsford Community Services, and the City of Abbotsford’s parks, recreation and culture.

It included crafts, face painting, panning for gold, mini golf and more.

Photos by: John Morrow

Video by: Baneet Braich

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