Preparations are well underway for Fire and Ice
The inner-tubes for the big slide are ready and waiting at the Moose, as Remy Smith gets ready for a busy day. (Doug Crosse Photo)
Preparations are well in hand for a busy day of Fire and Ice in Bracebridge tomorrow.
Passes to Fire and Ice are just $5 and available at main access points into Manitoba Street. (Doug Crosse Photo)
The Moose will be the warming centre for the dozens of volunteers manning the tube run, fire pits, ticket booths and other features of the popular festival. There are also carnival games and fireworks at the Wharf starting at 7:00pm.
You can buy access tags for just $5 at Hiram Street, Ontario Street, Taylor Road, Dominion Street, and the Mac’s Convenience store. For a period during the morning, there will also be ticket sellers on the bus as you head to downtown. Kids five and under are free.
On-air host Remy Smith will also be letting kids try out being a weather announcer. Pop into the studio and book your time for a live audition.
Manitoba Street is closed from Memorial Park all the way to the Four Corners starting at 7:00pm tonight. Parking is available on Hiram Street.