Southwest Saskatchewan could be home to a new world record if everything goes right in the attempt in two days.
That's the plan for this Saturday at Lac Pelletier Regional Park. They've organized a group of 350 volunteers to hit the water with their floaties, ridables, and other inflatable buoyancy devices. Their goal? To line them all up to break the world record for the longest line of inflatables.
Event coordinator, Tammy Tangen, is excited about the attempt.
"The record to beat is 215.1 metres," established Tangen. "We're aiming for about 300 metres."
The event will be starting at 10 a.m. with check-ins for everyone who has signed up, with 11:05 a.m. being the official start of the attempt.
Registration for the event is full, but folks are invited to come out and witness the record-breaking event and enjoy the beach party that is to follow in the evening.