For more than thirty years, the City of Barrie has held one of the few events that give people a reason to go to downtown Barrie in the first place - Promenade Days, held in late June and early July. This year, as in past years, Dunlop Street in the downtown core was closed off and pedestrianized to accommodate the kiosks, booths, and bagpipe performance areas along its length. Fred Grant Square, which I wrote about back in June, was flanked by a stage and a carnival midway.
It was just outside Fred Grant Square where I saw the juggler, a man who juggled FIRE. He was rather good at it, actually.
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