Southwest Saskatchewan Pride sprinkled in the fun for its cookie decorating event. 

Held yesterday at their new downtown location, Southwest Saskatchewan Pride was open to everyone who wanted to come by and decorate the cookies provided by Diana's Kitchen. 

Theo Houghtaling, a member at large for Southwest Saskatchewan Pride, was on hand to welcome people to the event, and to decorate a cookie or two himself. 

"We're putting icing and a whole bunch of different coloured sprinkles on them, so they'll be really pretty and delicious," said Houghtaling. "It's just a fun way for people to hang out and chat."

The event was open to all ages and offered people a chance to pick up a lunchtime snack while socializing. For some, it was their first time visiting Southwest Saskatchewan Pride. 

A pair of cookie decorators wit with Theo Houghtaling at the cookie decoration station. A pair of cookie decorators wit with Theo Houghtaling at the cookie decoration station. 

"It's set up for accessibility, so all ages can do it together and have a good time," said Houghtaling. 

Folks who brought their Pride Week Passport were able to have a Southwest Saskatchewan pride member sign off on the event. All week, people have been going to events and collecting signatures which they can turn in for raffle draw tickets at the end of the week. 

The big finale for Pride Week will be this Saturday, when the Lyric Theatre will be re-opening for the first time in 14 months as Southwest Sask Pride is set to run a 19+ only Drag Show. 

"We finally got to announce our venue because the lyric announced they're reopening," said Hughtaling. "Doors open at 8:00 p.m. and tickets are $15."