Last year's Polar Bear Dip had brave souls venturing into Kootenay Lake in support of a good cause - Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation.

Polar Bear dip returns

Hospital Foundation invites everyone in Nelson to join in the annual Polar Bear Dip on New Year’s Day.

The Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation invites everyone to join in the annual Polar Bear Dip on New Year’s Day.

The quick dip into Kootenay Lake starts at noon on January 1 at Lakeside Park, and will be preceded by hot chocolate and even hotter chili, which can be purchased by donation, at 11:30 a.m.

Pledge forms for the Polar Bear Dip can be found at the front desk of Kootenay Lake Hospital and at klhf.org. Donations will also be accepted at Lakeside Park during the event.

 

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