HAPPY 2017 - The Town of Sylvan Lake will have their second largest fireworks display of the year on New Years Day at 7 p.m. The show will be around 15 minutes long and residents will be allowed to park on the lake as long as the ice is frozen and deemed safe. Special Events and Programming Manager Michelle Houle hopes that everyone will “take it all in” adding she hopes the “the weather won’t be too cold.” Be sure to down early to find the best spot on the lake or at Cenntennial Park.

New Years Day Fireworks

The Town of Sylvan Lake is hosting its second largest fireworks show of the year.

The Town of Sylvan Lake will be hosting its annual New Years Day Fireworks show at 7 p.m. on January 1.

The Town of Sylvan Lake will inform residents whether it is safe to park on the ice for the show

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