Fire and Ice needs hundreds of volunteers for its third run in Bracebridge
Photo Credit: Submitted by James Bowler
You can get involved in one of the biggest winter events in Muskoka.
The Fire and Ice Festival is returning for the third year this January and the Bracebridge BIA is putting out the call for volunteers to help out. Administrative Coordinator Tracy Larkman says she’s looking for about 200 volunteers to help with the winter carnival.
Larkman says during the first run of Fire and Ice in 2016 the BIA sold out of its 4,000 admission buttons by the end of the day. Last year, the BIA created 8,000 buttons and sold out of them by the mid-afternoon. Larkman says they’re expecting even more interest this year, which is why so many volunteers are needed.
Volunteers get a free toque, an event pass, and a hot lunch if you work more than three hours. Fire and Ice kicks off on January 27th and you can find out how to get involved here.