Entertainment at OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show

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In the Open Trail Theatre at this month’s OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show, the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs is hosting a series of leading edge seminars and presentations by industry leaders, plus a fast-pasted fashion show.

A wide variety of entertaining and informative topics make the Open Trail Theatre a must-attend destination at the OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show. In The ICEMAN Cometh , John Blaicher, one of Canada’s leading water and snowmobile safety experts, will jump into a giant tub filled with 750 lbs of ice and 250 gallons of water.

John will take the plunge to demonstrate how to rescue yourself or others from a sudden immersion in frigid water. Go Snowmobiling 101 will focus on need-to-know information to get started in snowmobiling, including rules and regulations, where to rent, where to ride, how to dress and who to call.

Traveling Light is a timely seminar conducted by the OFSC with information for snowmobilers on how to lessen their impact on the environment. Keeping Your Precious Cargo Right Side Up when Towing a Trailer is a not to miss session that addresses tire safety, the pre-departure safety checklist, hooking up and selecting a tow vehicle.

The OFSC’s Manager of Safety and Public Education talks about Keeping it FUN and Keeping it SAFE by making smart choices when snowmobiling. Driver Training – the Right Way is hosted by Laurie Trombley, OFSC Driver Training Coordinator and features the new OFSC interactive adult training DVD.

Ken Avann with the Canadian Snowcross Racing Association (CSRA) will inform snowmobilers about The Right Time and Right Place to Race! And the Ice, Fire and Fashion Show is an exciting and entertaining showcase of 2008 snowmobile gear and apparel.

Under one roof, the OFSC brings the major snowmobile manufacturers – Arctic Cat, Polaris, Ski-Doo and Yamaha – together with snowmobile enthusiasts for an amazing event. It will be a completely new snowmobiling experience and the OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show is the only fall event in Ontario where all the manufacturers will feature their 2008 models.

OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show
Toronto Congress Centre, 650 Dixon Road, Toronto
Friday, September 28th to Sunday, September 30th
Friday: Noon – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Adults: $12.00 Juniors (Ages 6 to 15): $7.00 Seniors (60+): $7.00
Children (under six years): Free when accompanied by an adult
Family Pass (two adults and two juniors): $28.00

In addition to the top manufacturers in a giant snowmobile mall, retailers will highlight the latest gear and accessories at great pre-season prices on more than 125,000 square feet of exhibit floor.

Snowmobile clubs and associations will be well represented bringing the largest presence ever to a Toronto-area snowmobile show. There will be something for everyone interested in the snowmobile lifestyle, including major tour operators and lodges offering visitors a choice of all the best places to stay.

Those without a snowmobile can find out where to rent a sled and even book a guided tour across some of the most spectacular terrain in Ontario. The OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show is the only Toronto show where snowmobilers may purchase the 2008 Ontario Snowmobile Trail Permit .

The Lucas Oil Sled Test Track features demo rides on new 2008 Yamaha Sleds. The sleds are slightly modified to run on pavement, so riders will get to experience the thrill of snowmobiling, without the snow.

Available for demo riding will be Yamaha Phazers and Yamaha Venture Lites. Both are powered by the latest clean, quiet and fuel-efficient Yamaha Genesis 500cc, 80 horsepower 4-stroke engine. Riders will be amazed at the comfort and maneuverability of a snowmobile.

Up-to-the-minute information, including the Open Trail Theatre seminar schedule and on-line ticketing is at www.snowmobileshow.ca.

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