FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Even though the closing ceremony for the High on Ice Winter Festival was Sunday night, there are still events planned for the holiday Monday.
The temperature should reach a high of minus 6 with the help of winds gusting up to 60 km/h by noon. The ice sculptures are now complete in Centennial Park and the ice slides are still open.
Other activities include free sleigh rides from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Kin Park and a free swim at the North Peace Leisure Pool from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday night saw the annual fire and ice display end the event in a dramatic fashion.
There are other events happening on Monday to celebrate Family day. Below is a list of events put together by the Family Friendly Early Years group.
9:30 am Nature Play (NEAT – Northern Environmental Action Team)
12:00 pm Drop in Hockey (16+) (City of Fort St. John Recreation)
12:00 pm Family Day Free Skate (Main Ice) (District of Taylor)
3:30 pm Public Skate (City of Fort St. John Recreation)
High on Ice Winter Fest FREE Activities (City of Fort St. John Recreation)
All Day Ice Slides
11 am Horse Drawn Sleigh Ride @ Kin Park
1 pm Family Day Swim
visit http://www.fortstjohn.ca/ice for more info
For more information on these, and other, family friendly events please click on the links above or visit our website at www.fsj.familyfriendlycommunity.org
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