New activities include motocross stunts, bouncy and bouncy castles, paddle boats, water walking balls, mechanical bull rides and a piano dueling show.
HUMBOLDT — New activities are planned for this year’s Summer Sizzler, while an old fair staple will be missed for another year.
The city of Humboldt, which is hosting the June 15-18 fair, said the new activities include motocross stunt riders, bouncy castles and inflatables, paddle boats, water walking balls, horse riding mechanical bulls and a show of piano duels.
“One notable change is that unfortunately the company that typically provides the midway, and which was booked for 2022, canceled on short notice due to lack of employees,” the city said in a news release. “According to the owners of the business, they have been closed for the past two years due to provincial restrictions and they have been unable to fill vacancies during the pandemic.”
Traditional activities that will return include the parade, barbecues, a pancake breakfast, Comic Con and the Strong Person competition.
For more information on Sizzler events, visit sizzler.humboldt.ca.