For the second time

Logger sports return to Ladysmith

Events include axe throwing, log burling and pole climbing

The second annual Ladysmith Loggers Sports Exhibition offers up fun the whole family on Sunday, Sept. 18 at 3 p.m. at the Transfer Beach Amphitheatre.

Events include CanLog professional loggers competing in axe throwing, log burling, 120 ft. pole climbing, saw busking and other sports.

Professional chainsaw carvers, including world champion Dan Richey, will also put their skills on display. Firefighters and equipment from Ladysmith Fire Rescue will be on hand for the kids.

Admission to the event is by donation.

Bring a lawn chair and a blanket, enjoy the show and have a hot dog and a drink by donation as well, with all proceeds going to the 2016 Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.

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