FORT ST. JOHN – The 2022 High on Ice Winter Festival is slated to commence on February 18th and features a variety of family-friendly activities, all of which follow provincial health guidelines.
Events are subject to change due to ongoing changes in provincial health orders.
Below are some events being offered during the Family Day weekend.
MNP Ice Sculpture Drive Thru
This free 24-hour drive-thru opens at 4 P.M. on February 18th.
Take in professionally-crafted ice sculptured paired with amazing art, decorations, and creative lighting from the comfort of your own vehicle.
Featuring KEMA Experiences: Indigenous Village presented by Pembina Pipeline Corporation.
Swing by opening night until 7:30 P.M. to enjoy free hot chocolate from the Canadian Grind.
“Laugh your Ice off” Comedy Show
Head over to the Lido Theatre at 7 P.M on February 18th, 19th, and 20th for the annual “Laugh your Ice off” Comedy Shows.
This is a 19+ age event and tickets must be purchased in advance or at the door
Proof of vaccination and masks required
To purchase tickets, click here or contact the Lido Theatre at 250-785-3011
Hula Hoop Circus Featuring Amanda Panda
Performers from Hula Hoop Circus are back at the High on Ice Winter Festival,
This year, enjoy a live hoop show featuring Amanda Panda or join her for an interactive kids workshop.
There are two showtimes available (1 P.M. and 4 P.M.) and two opportunities to sign the kids up for an interactive workshop (2 P.M. and 5 P.M.).
Tickets are required for shows and pre-registration is required for the workshop.
Proof of vaccination required for attendees ages 12+ and masks required for ages 5+
For more info, contact the North Peace Cultural Centre for tickets and registration at 250-785-1992
To learn more about Hula Hoop Circus, click here.
Other events include Twoonie Bowling, Mixed Mukluk Curling Bonspiel, an opportunity to meet the SnowyDream Siberian Huskies, and more.
To see all the events scheduled for the festival, click here.