Niagara Parks offers summer deals to all youth 17 and under and Ontario frontline workers
Niagara Parks is offering some summer deals to Ontario’s frontline workers and youth.
The commission is launching 'Thankful Thursdays' to recognize efforts of frontline workers and emergency personnel.
Beginning Thursday, July 9, Niagara Parks will hold ‘Thankful Thursdays’ weekly throughout the summer. Frontline workers who identify themselves to staff when arriving at Niagara Parks, will receive a sticker that will provide 2 for 1 admission to all Niagara Parks attractions, heritage sites and the Falls Incline Railway, as well as 10% off all culinary and retail purchases.
On ‘Toonie Tuesdays’, starting Tuesday, July 7, there will be $2 admission to all attractions and Falls Incline Railway for all youth aged 17 and under with the purchase of an adult admission.
Youth will also receive a voucher for a free Coca-Cola product with ticket purchase and hot dogs at quick serve locations and food carts will be just $2 on Tuesdays.
Young golfers can also take advantage of Niagara Parks Golf’s Grow the Game initiative, which introduces youth to the game of golf.
Every day until September 7, youth 17 and under play free with a paying adult at Niagara Parks’ 9-hole Chippawa Golf Course.
To book a tee time, please visit niagaraparks.com/golf or call 905-295-9595.
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