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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – It’s day three of the annual High on Ice Winter Festival in Fort St. John. The weather will remain cold Sunday with the wind making things feel more like minus 33. Make sure to dress appropriately and you’ll still be able to enjoy the day.

The weather didn’t stop the event on Saturday with events being held all around the City. In the Mayor’s Ice Carving Challenge, the District of Taylor won with their ice sculpture of a fire, axe and firewood.

The District of Taylor ice sculpture.

The annual Dodgeball tournament was held Saturday and raised over $1,300 for the North Peace Gymnastics Association. Team Patches O’Houlihan Hero’s was the tournament winner.

There are lots of events happening Sunday. See the full schedule below.

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