Slide The City – Slide The City was brought to Sylvan Lake last July and where people gathered to slide down Centennial Street.

Slide The City set to return to Sylvan Lake this summer

Slide The City is set to return to Sylvan Lake this summer thanks to Sack Lunch Productions out of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Slide The City is set to return to Sylvan Lake this summer thanks to Sack Lunch Productions out of Salt Lake City, Utah.

The international family fun day is hosted in cities across North America with Slide The City events also being scheduled in Calgary and Edmonton this summer.

The Sylvan Lake Centennial Street Slide will be set up and ready to go for the morning of Saturday August 6 where participants will have the chance to slide down one of the largest slides in human history.

The padded slide will be set up all day with those wishing to join being able to purchase three different types of passes: single slider (one time ride), triple slider (three rides on the slide)and the ultimate slider (unlimited usage).

For more information on the Sylvan Lake Slide The City event visit www.slidethecity.com.

editor@sylvanlakenews.com

 

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