Tips for a suc­cess­ful fa­mi­ly day

Le Vortex de Bagotville - - MOT DU COMMANDANT -

While most mi­li­ta­ry mem­bers will be at work du­ring the Bagotville In­ter­na­tio­nal Air Show on June 24th and 25th, fa­mi­ly and friends will sur­ely want to at­tend this event. Here are some prac­ti­cal tips to speed up their ac­cess to the site and en­sure their sa­fe­ty. First, the free shut­tle ser­vice pro­vi­ded by the So­cié­té de trans­port de Saguenay ( STS) is the fas­test way to get to the site. The buses will leave the Jon­quière High­way, the Georges Vé­zi­na Cen­ter in Chi­cou­ti­mi and the La Baie Mu­ni­ci­pal Pa­lace Thea­ter eve­ry 15 mi­nutes star­ting at 7: 15 am on June 24th and 25th. There is no re­ser­ved par­king for mi­li­ta­ry fa­mi­lies or for per­son­nel near the ve­nue. Bot­tles and cans, al­co­hol, ri­gid ice boxes, ani­mals, wea­pons and cam­ping equip­ment in ge­ne­ral are pro­hi­bi­ted on the site. They are al­so pro­hi­bi­ted on the buses. Think small. One must be able to carry what one needs for se­ve­ral hours and walk with it over a cer­tain dis­tance. It is re­com­men­ded to vi­sit www. sai­ba­got­ville. com for all the sa­fe­ty ins­truc­tions re­la­ted to the ac­cess to the site. Pro­vide hea­ring pro­tec­tion ( ear plugs or ear plugs), suns­creen, sun­glasses and some mo­ney to buy bot­tles of water. A wide va­rie­ty of food will be avai­lable on site. Be pre­pa­red, do not wait for noon to pick up re­fresh­ments or snack, queues can grow qui­ck­ly when 50,000 people de­cide to eat at the same time!

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