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Over One Thousand Woodstonians Headed to Rogers Centre For Woodstock Day

In just over a week people from Woodstock will be heading to Toronto to cheer on the Jays as they take on Oakland.

WOODSTOCK - The 12th annual Woodstock Day is fast approaching at the Rogers Centre, and this year numbers are up.

Brad Janssen, Communications Manager for the city of Woodstock, tells Heart FM that he expects to see over a thousand people from the city in attendance. 

As well, he says that tickets are finally available to be picked up.

"You can pick them up starting now at the Woodstock District Community Complex between nine in the morning and six in the evening. We will accommodate those that have to pick up during the lunch hour as well, and also on Saturday from nine in the morning until 1 p.m."

He also says they are making calls to tell people to come get their tickets.

"Once you get the call you can head down to the complex. Make sure to bring the voucher that you were given when you purchased your tickets. That represents how many you purchased and for who, and so on. That's very important."

When you pick your tickets up you will be given a list of instructions about what is happening on game day.

Janssen also says this year the seating arrangement will be a little different than in the past.

"We've always traditionally been between third base and left field and this year we're going to try the other side. We're going to be between first base and right field because we can get a little bit close to the action."

Don Mckay, the keeper of the cows, is even bringing the cow statues to the Rogers Centre to see the Jays in action. 

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