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Toronto's Largest Water Gun Fight Is Happening Tomorrow

It's time to polish your H2O pistols -  a massive water gun fight is being held at the Toronto Islands tomorrow (Aug 12) at 2 pm.

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Interested participants are reminded to bring their own water guns and to arrive 1 hour early to the event, keeping in mind that the ferry leaves every 30 minutes.

Ferry round trip fees are as follows:

  • Adult - $7.50
  • Senior Over 65 - $5.00
  • Student Under 19 (ID REQ) - $5.00
  • Junior Under 14 - $3.65
  • Infant Under 2 - Free

Refills will also be conducted on Chelsea Beach, so you'll essentially have unlimited ammo for the event.

You can find out more information on the Facebook event here.

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