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Hometown Hockey Takes Over Part Of Downtown Lindsay

KAWARTHA LAKES-Kent Street in Lindsay was transformed into Hometown Hockey overnight.

The crew from Roger’s installed giant hockey sticks and lights along the street.

Courtesy Jason Brain

Hometown Hockey is a 3-day outdoor celebration of hockey that includes interactive hockey experiences, Augmented Reality (AR), live entertainment, NHL ® alumni meet & greets, free food, partner experiences and much more. The weekend concludes with a live Sportsnet NHL® broadcast on Monday night featuring Ron MacLean and Tara Slone.

Proof of Vaccination or a valid medical exemption is required for all events whether indoors or out.

The free, family-friendly festival takes place October 23 & 24 from 11am – 5pm. Join Ron MacLean and Tara Slone LIVE on site on Monday, October 25th at 6pm for the broadcast as they tell the stories that celebrate the hockey history and culture that puts Lindsay on Canada’s hockey map, and stick around to catch the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Carolina Hurricanes.

Click here for tickets:https://hometownhockey.com/tour-stops/


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