PHOTOS: Sylvan Lakers take in the sun, Saturday morning

A kayaker pullers his kayak behind him as he walks along the path in Centennial Park, towards his launch point. Many people were out in the park and in the water Saturday morning. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News
A family sets up their picnic Saturday morning while the sun was still shining. Later in the afternoon dark clouds brought in heavy rain that sent people running from the lake shore. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News
A lone sailboat takes a leisurely stroll around the lake, Saturday morning. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News
A group of women follow their instructor in a socially-distanced, outdoor aerobics class called High Fitness. Each Saturday morning the class is held in Centennial Park and lead by instructors formerly of Best Body Fitness. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

The lakeshore was a busy place Saturday morning before the storm clouds rolled in later in the afternoon.

Many locals took the chance to play in the sun. Some participated in physical activity through High Fitness, an aerobics class, other took to the water to swim or paddle, and others still set up picnics to enjoy with their families.

Rain later in the day sent many running from the lakeshore. Warm temperatures on Sunday saw a return of those looking for a bit of sunlight return to the beach area.

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