Help us celebrate our home and native land! Kick the day off with the annual parade, followed by a wide variety of activities in Centennial Park including: inflatables, live music, photo booth, orb balls, face painting, henna tattoos, classic cruiser car show, food trucks, and so much more! It's a party you won't want to miss!
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8-11 am Free Pancake Breakfast at the Fort St. John Firehall 9 am Church in Centennial Park (with Evangel) Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on! 10 am Pre Parade Entertainers (100 St) & Farmers Market 11 am Parade (scroll down to view parade route map) 11 am – 4 pm Food Vendors 11 am – 3 pm Fort St. John Classic Cruisers Show & Shine (100 St) 11:45 am – 4 pm Family Activities in Centennial Park - Bouncy castles, balloon animals, face painting, henna tattoos, orb balls, sumo suits, photo booth, roving entertainers and more! 12 pm Pie Sale at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum (available while supplies last) 12 – 4 pm Pizza & A Pint with Beards Brewing Co. (Beer Garden in Centennial Park – must be 19+) 12 pm Mayor`s Kick Off & Opening ceremonies - Opening Remarks, national anthem, Land Blessing, Mayor’s remarks, Thank you to our sponsors (bring your lawn chair or a blanket to sit and enjoy) 12:30 – 4 pm Live entertainment on the North Peace Savings & Credit Union Stage featuring performances by: Meagan Clarance, Morgan McGowan & Company, Meag & Company, and live entertainers from TransflowMations. 10:45 pm Fireworks at Surerus Park (Parking at this location is crowded, please do your best to car pool, walk, bike, or watch from an alternate location)
10 tips for Canada Day Spectator Success
1. Be EARLY (parking lots are limited and fill up fast) 2. Park and WALK (you won’t be able to get a vehicle too close to 100 Street/Centennial Park) 3. Save your spot on the sidewalk (not the road – bring your lawn chair!) 4. Be aware of road closures (you will not be able to go your regular route) Our road closures will affect regular routes as early as 8:00am on Saturday. 5. Be patient & polite (people running the barricades are VOLUNTEERS) 6. Obey ALL signs and orders from traffic control and barricade volunteers 7. Be sun smart and stay hydrated! 8. Supervise your children closely! 9. Stay informed! Follow the “City of Fort St. John Recreation” Facebook page for regular updates. 10. HAVE FUN! It is a holiday after all!
Get involved with Canada Day 2018!
Do you or your organization want to contribute to the celebrations? Contact us at 250-785-4592 or e-mail email@example.com