News Walk ‘N Roll 3 promotes active transportation for students in Bracebridge SHARE ON: James Bowler, staff Tuesday May. 15th, 2018 Stock photo Bracebridge students are finding active ways to get to school this week. Town officials and Trillium Lakelands District School Board are partnering again to kick off the third run of Walk ‘n Roll tomorrow. Deputy Mayor Rick Maloney says Bracebridge’s school kids can choose from many different ways to actively get to school. //www.mymuskokanow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/walk-n-roll-clip-1.wav Walk ‘n Roll Organizer Derek Berkhout says this event gives some students a rare chance to make their way to school without having to take the bus. //www.mymuskokanow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/walk-n-roll-clip-2.wav Students will be meeting at various locations around town including Annie Williams Park, the old Zellers parking lot and the Salvation Army Church. Drivers are asked to be watchful for the kids especially on Dill Street, Taylor Road and Manitoba Street. Here is a map of all drop-off locations and routes being used by the kids tomorrow morning starting at eight.