Get ready to hear a howl in Niagara Falls Canada Day
Great Wolf Lodge is gearing up for a Guinness World Records attempt.
The Niagara Falls location announcing that for Canada's 150th birthday it will attempt to break the "Most People Wolf Howling" record.
It will happen Canada Day on Saturday July 1, 2017 at 2 pm.
Officials hoping that guests and members of the public will gather at the back parking lot, located at southeast side of Lodge property, near the Mini Golf course.
Some of the fun perks include that the first 150 Wolf Howlers will receive Wolf Ears, and all participant bib numbers are entered in a draw to win a family trip to Great Wolf Lodge.
The Wolf Pack at Great Wolf Lodge is attempting to break the existing GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title by sustaining a group wolf howl for 1 minute.
All participants will be issued a participant bib number and directed through a gated coral.
The Master of Ceremonies will lead a countdown.
Assigned stewards will supervise groupings of 50 people to ensure full participation and will monitor any participants who need to be deducted from the final total.
There must be more than 294 people must be present and accounted for to confirm a successful GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title.
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