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PHOTOS: Spring in the park

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Glenn Ogilvie

Following the coldest April in 20 years, Sarnia-Lambton residents are warming up to more normal spring temperatures in the month of May.

Residents and visitors can be seen walking, jogging, and rollerblading along the scenic waterfront and enjoying the blooming tulip and cherry blossom trees in parks like Centennial and Germain. Temperatures are expected to remain in the high teens this week.

Close-up of a Tulip Tree at Germain Park in Sarnia.
Close-up of a magnolia tree at Germain Park in Sarnia.
Skylar Wong walks through a small forest of cherry trees in blossom at Centennial Park.
Skylar Wong walks through a small forest of cherry trees in blossom at Centennial Park.

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Warming temperatures and sunny skies were just right to entice college and university students to rediscover their home town following a year of studies. From left are; Hillary Kieran and sisters Chelsea and Paige Price. skating along the trail though Canatara Park.
Warming temperatures and sunny skies were just right to entice college and university students to rediscover their home town following a year of studies. From left are; Hillary Kieran and sisters Chelsea and Paige Price. skating along the trail though Canatara Park.
Creamy yellow flowers blossomed beautifully on this Magnolia tree at the Lawrence House in Sarnia.
Creamy yellow flowers blossomed beautifully on this magnolia tree at the Lawrence House in Sarnia.

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