Keanan Holness lays cotton imitation snow down on Mackenzie Avenue ahead of filming for Hallmark’s Frozen in Love. (Marissa Tiel/ Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke readied for Frozen in Love

Hallmark movie to film in town this week

Monday morning preparations were underway to turn Revelstoke into a wintery wonderland.

Keanan Holness was laying cotton down on sidewalk planters as imitation snow.

Film crews are expected to be in town Dec. 2 to Dec. 8.

RELATED: Hallmark to film again in Revelstoke

The production will be filming at several locations, but the only full road closure will be Grizzly Plaza on Dec. 6 and 7.

During the closure, transit users will be directed to a temporary stop at First Street, across from CIBC.


 

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