High on Ice Winter Festival

2018 High on Ice Winter Festival 


Fort St John Snowpark

NOTE: Please park your vehicles at the Rotary Skatepark parking lot or at the Parking lot access via 86 street. There will be a designated area for spectators.

This park is open for public use. Please remember to follow these rules when using:
• Helmets Mandatory for all riders (additional protective gear encouraged)
• Children under 12 must be supervised by a guardian 16+
• No inverts/flips
• Do not overcrowd the run – wait until the obstacles are clear
• Control your speed and direction
• Use at OWN RISK
• Share the run – all skill abilities and ages are welcome
• Snowboards and Skis only – sleds, crazy carpets, toboggans, etc. are strictly forbidden
• Riding during daytime hours only – do not ride at night (limited visibility)
• This park is subject to be closed at any time City staff deem it unsafe
• Report concerns to the City of Fort St. John by calling 311

 
 
High on Ice Community Partners
High on Ice is organized by a planning committee made up of various community members who represent different organizations. The vast majority of this group is made up of volunteers who are the driving force behind the community events that take place over the weekend. High on Ice is possible because of these people and their desire to celebrate life in the North. Thank you to our volunteers:
• 2276 Army Cadets
• Baby Bear Daycare
• Backcountry
• Beards Brewing
• Bell Media
• BMO
• Canadian Grind Coffee & Tea
• Charlie Lake PAC
• Child Development Centre
• Eliza Stanford
• Engage Sport North
• Evangel Chapel
• Fort St. John Curling Club
• Fort St. John & District Sports Council
• Lido Theatre
• NEAT
• North Peace Gymnastics Association
• Northern Horse Mule & Harness Association
• Moose FM
• Peace Passage Skating Club
• Victory Skateboards
• Whiskey Jack Nordic Ski Club
 If you have an idea for a community event or would like to volunteer to help with the festival, please contact us by emailing recreation@fortstjohn.ca
 
Event Sponsors
The High on Ice Winter Festival requires a lot of resources. The event receives support from many local businesses and that's what makes it such a huge success. Cash or in-kind donations are accepted and there are different packages available. Thank you to all of the organizations who have
  • Sound in Town
  • Caltech Surveys LTD
  • HSE
  • Blue Wave Energy
  • Atco
  • Chopped Leaf
  • Co-op
  • Poor Boy Trucking
  • Moose FM
  • Forster & Family - Big Steel Box
  • D& T Disposal
  • Progress Energy
  • Assertive Safety Training
  • Arc Resources
  • United Rentals
  • Rentco
  • Pomeroy Hotel
  • Peace Country Rentals
  • Driving Force
  • Brandt Tractor
  • Cat Rentals
Check out the Sponsorship Information link at the bottom of this page. For questions related to sponsorship e-mail recreation@fortstjohn.ca.
 
Any questions or suggestions regarding the festival can be directed to recreation@fortstjohn.ca
 
Want to get involved in the event in the future?
Volunteer
High on Ice is organized by a planning committee made up of various community members who represent different organizations. The vast majority of this group is made up of volunteers who are the driving force behind the community events that take place over the weekend. Do you have an idea for a sub event? Even if it's an hour or two we are happy to include new activities in the weekend program!
Be a Vendor
It can get a little chilly down at Centennial Park! Perhaps you cook/serve delicious food that will warm up visitors! Apply to be a vendor by e-mailing recreation@fortstjohn.ca. All vendors must have a business license, food safe, own power supply and have a unit that is approved by the Fort St. John Fire Department.

Questions or Comments?

Contact: Community Services
Phone: 250.785.4592