New Year's Festival

New Year's Eve Festival Strathcona County

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New Year's Festival

Tuesday, December 31 from 4 p.m to 8 p.m.
Broadmoor Lake Park, Community Centre Agora, Festival Place and the Sherwood Park Arena and Sports Centre

Ring in 2020 with FREE family fun. Wear your favourite aloha or floral shirts and dress in layers to enjoy indoor and outdoor activities. This year's activities include snowshoeing, shinny hockey, remote control bobsled races, LED and fire dancer shows, hula dancers, mechanical surfing, glow and tropical-themed crafts, face painting, TEAM T&J performances, skating and more! Warm up with hot chocolate and satisfy your sweet tooth with grilled pineapple s'mores, edible turtle art or Cabana à sucre! 

This year, the wagon rides are FREE and are located in Broadmoor Lake Park to the south of the Sherwood Park Arena.

The festivities wrap up with the annual fireworks show at Broadmoor Lake Park at 8 p.m.

Want to continue celebrating the start of a new year?


Ring in 2020 with FREE family fun and entertainment!

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New Year’s Eve Activities


Sponsors and partners

Festival partner

Coca-Cola Bottling Limited

Presenting sponsors

Sherwood Park Mall Rohit Group of Companies Enbridge
G&J Construction Group Signs on Site TD

Official sponsors

Chartwell Emerald Hills Retirement Residence Fix Auto Collision Sunridge Ski Area
The Keg Steakhouse + Bar Sherwood Park Sin Bin Sports Sobeys
W.R. Scott Equipment Ltd. Romaniuk Heating & Air Conditioning Panago


Photos and videos may be taken at this event for promotional purposes.

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Related department:
Recreation, Parks and Culture

Last updated: Friday, January 03, 2020
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