What To Expect When You’re Expecting Ribs

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We are just one day away from ROTARYFEST, The Sault’s Summer Festival! Working within the guidelines put in place by the Ontario government, the festival has been able to return this year as a three-day drive-in/drive-thru event in the Lowe’s parking lot. The festivities will include a drive-thru Ribfest and a live drive-in concert .

To ensure the festival runs smoothly and safely, the Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie asks attendees who are attending Ribest to enter the Lowe’s parking lot from the south entrance (across from Dollarama), approaching from the east (Great Northern Road) so that you are making a right-hand turn. If you plan on enjoying the live music , please enter the Lowe’s parking lot from the east entrance off of Great Northern Road (north of Pennington’s). There will be Rotarians and Rotary volunteers helping to answer questions and direct traffic – just look for the orange vests!

If you plan on purchasing a pop or water from the Summit beverage tent, purchasing a ROTARYFEST 50/50 ticket, or making a donation in support of Rotary’s good works, please bring cash with you to the festival. Billy Bones BBQ and Silver Bullet BBQ will be accepting credit cards.

Depending on weather and impeding structures, Sooites should be able to tune in from up to a 1km radius from the stage. The frequency will be 107.1FM.

Due to the restrictions on events that have been put in place for the public’s health and safety, ROTARYFEST is only able to accommodate people who attend the festival in vehicles and other approved modes of transportation. For more information and a listing of approved transportation, please visit www.rotaryfest.com/information.

ROTARYFEST, The Sault’s Summer Festival will be taking place in the Lowe’s parking lot from July 15 to 17. Relish the lip-smackin’ BBQ, boogie to continuous free entertainment, and delight in the family memories being created at ROTARYFEST!

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  1. Overpriced ribs are no reason to go to an inconvenient drive through event. We will go next year when it is back to normal (we hope).

    • Absolutely agree 100%!
      And if it wasn’t for APH being sticky on local restaurants at events like this, our own restaurants could do something like rib fest and Chili cook offs again.
      I know a lot of restaurant owners and employees that have filled me in on past events and APH making vendors stop selling food due to a couple of degrees when checked!

      Ridiculous!

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