The Knox County Park District will host their annual Fire and Ice event on Saturday, December 14 at the Honey Run Waterfall from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The waterfall is located at 10865 Hazel Dell Road, Howard. Parking will be located at the Millwood Church of Christ, 10900 Millersburg Road. Over 600 luminaries will light your paths to Honey Run Waterfall and the Kokosing State Scenic River. A roaring bonfire and a stunning display awaits those who attend.
WNZR’s Wesley Boston talked with Lori Totman, the Director of Knox County Park District. Click HERE to hear their conversation.
Both parking lots at the Honey Run Waterfall (both sides of Hazel Dell Road) will be closed and visitors will be redirected to the new Millwood Church of Christ located on U.S. 62 to park their vehicles. Electronic signage and volunteers will help guide the arriving guests. Knox Area Transit shuttles with Fire and Ice guests will be running circular routes from the church to the waterfall during the event.
This year, Food For The Hungry will have a collection point located at the new Millwood Church of Christ parking lot area. Fire and Ice patrons are encouraged to bring boxed or canned food items and/or make a monetary donation to Food For The Hungry. Volunteers will be on hand to accept the food donations and/or be able to accept the monetary donations. A $1.00 donation enables FFTH to purchase 10 food items.
Fire and Ice 2019 is due in large part to the generosity of the following sponsors: Ohio Rental, Miller Portable Toilets, Owl Creek Title Agency, Tracy and Mills Surveyors, Griffin Insurance, Revere Roofing Company, Millwood Church of Christ, Ariel Corporation and United Aggregates Inc. These businesses and the Millwood Church of Christ make it possible for the Knox County Park District to continue to provide this free, family-friendly, magical event for the community!
All ages are welcome! Find more information at www.knoxcountyparks.org
Click HERE to find out more about Food For The Hungry and to get involved.
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