The puck stops here – in Oro-Medonte – for a weekend of Rogers Hometown Hockey

The event includes a live-on site broadcast at Horseshoe Resort prior to Leafs-Kings game on Monday

Oro-Medonte Township has scored big time, and so have its residents.

Rogers Hometown Hockey is in the community.

Horseshoe Resort is host, but there will be activities taking place throughout Oro-Medonte.

“Township Council and staff are thrilled to be selected as a tour stop, and host community, for this iconic Canadian celebration of hockey, showcasing the beautiful community of Oro-Medonte,” commented Mayor Harry Hughes. “The Township is pleased to partner with Horseshoe Resort to offer this unique and special opportunity for people of all ages to enjoy a safe outside festival with COVID-19 health and safety measures in place.”

Rogers Hometown Hockey is a free Township-wide family-friendly festival offering interactive hockey-related experiences including Augmented Reality (AR), live entertainment, NHL® alumni meet & greets, culinary options, partner experiences, and much more.

The festival takes place Saturday, November 6 to Sunday, November 7, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. There will be a live on-site broadcast with Ron MacLean and Tara Stone on Monday, November 8 at 6 p.m. with stories that celebrate hockey history and culture, prior to the game between the Los Angeles Kings and the Toronto Maple Leafs.

“Horseshoe Resort is pleased to be selected as the site venue and partner with the Township of Oro-Medonte to host Rogers Hometown Hockey. The resort offers all necessary amenities to ensure a successful, fun, interactive, and safe festival celebrating the magic of hockey, a Canadian tradition,” said Jonathan Reid, Vice President Ski Resorts.

Visit the Hometown Hockey website for complete festival details, and to book your free tickets.