Festival Leads Way With Accessibility for Patrons

Among some of the other services, the Festival offers wheelchairs to borrow, a variety of hearing assistance receivers, elevators, accessible washrooms
and signage in colours geared for people with low vision.

Some of the renovations with accessibility in mind are subtle, and most patrons without a disability wouldn’t notice. For example, part of the countertop
at the concession stand is low enough for someone in a wheelchair or scooter to reach.

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