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**Update – The Canada Day fireworks have been cancelled.  The fireworks display has been rescheduled for Saturday night at around 10:30pm.  
City of Fort St John’s 2010 Canada Day Celebrations
Check out Fort St John’s Annual Canada Day Celebrations on Thursday, July 1st! Start the festivities with the Canada Day Parade and then make your way to Centennial Park to enjoy live entertainment, Art in the Park, inflatable bouncy toys, children’s activities and story time, Kennel Club show, artist show & sale, the Farmers’ Market, and Rainbow the Clown! Complete your day with an amazing fireworks display at dusk.

Keep checking our website for more details or contact the Community Services Department at 250.785.4592 or by e-mail

*Unfortunatley, the BMX and skateboard competition that was previously advertised had to be cancelled.

Schedule of Events

10:00am                            Parade Marshalling                                    North Peace Arena
10:00am – 4:00pm           Classic Cruisers Show & Shine              100 Street
11:00am – 12:00pm         Parade                                                          Parade Map
12:00pm – 4:00pm           Celebrations in the Park                            Centennial Park
 8:00pm – 10:00pm          Music Under the Stars                                Centennial Park
10:30pm                            Fireworks – Watch them from Centennial Park!
10:00pm – 11:30pm         Brian Macmillan Performance                  Centennial Park

To enter into this year’s parade please fill out a Parade Form (Click Here to open the PDF form) and return to the Community Services Department by June 29th at 1:00pm

For more information please contact:

Suzanne Anderson, Recreation Programmer
Phone: 250.794.3262


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