Sno*Fest Cardboard Toboggan Day - Family Edition

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Community Event
Feb 12, 2022 - 01:00pm to 04:00pm

Registration & Consent Form

 

Get ready for Georgina’s Cardboard Toboggan Day Family Edition!

Build a cardboard toboggan with your family and race it down the toboggan hill at the ROC! Award categories include farthest travelled, most creative, largest and “ROC” bottom.

COVID-19 protocols and capacity limits will be in place. Visit georgina.ca/events for more information. 

Online registration is now open!

 

Cardboard Toboggan Day rules and regulations:

SLED CHECK-IN TIME: 45 minutes prior to your registered timeslot;

  • 1:00pm registrations must be checked in by 12:15pm
  • 2:00pm registrations must be checked in by 1:15pm
  • 3:00pm registrations must be checked in by 2:15pm

**All sleds must be onsite and checked in order to compete.

Check-in includes:

AWARD CATEGORIES

  • Largest Sled Award
  • Most Creatively Designed Sled Award
  • Farthest Travelled Sled Award (calculated by measurement)
  •  “ROC” Bottom Award (consolation prize)

JUDGING: Recreation Services staff will judge all four categories after the event, once all data/photos/information had been collected. Award winners to be contacted the following week by phone/email and arrangements will be made to claim their prize.

PARTICPANT AND TEAM INFORMATION

  1. This event is open to participants of all ages.
  2. Team entries may be made as an individual or as a team of 2-3 people.
  3. All participants must wear a CSA approved ski helmet during the race (helmets are available for rental at the ROC Chalet).
  4. All participants must submit a registration form and signed waiver form (for children under the age of 18, they must have parental consent).
  5. Costumes and themes are encouraged.

TOBOGGAN/SLED REGULATIONS

Sled must pass inspection in order to be allowed on the hill.

Acceptable Sled frame materials include the following:

  • Cardboard
  • Tape
  • Paint
  • Wax
  • Tin foil
  • Plastic sheeting
  • Shower curtain
  • Zip Ties
  • Garbage bags
  • Flags (as long as they meet materials acceptable)
  • Tarps or Poly Tarps
  •  Some Glues
  • Any material that does not compromise the safety of the participants or the integrity of the hill (to be deemed acceptable by the inspectors prior to event).

Materials NOT acceptable to use include the following;

*If you are unable to remove such objects from your sled, you will not be allowed to race.

  • NO hardware is permitted (wood, hard plastic, metal, screws, piping, etc.)
  • Traditional sleds may NOT be attached (i.e. crazy carpets, GT’s, saucers, etc.)
  • Your sled must be free of sharp edges, pointed objects or any other feature that may be deemed dangerous by the inspectors.
  • You may NOT use: tar-based substance; epoxy glue; fibre-glass resin; two-part varnishes or any other two-part substance; or glues that harden into solids that may be deemed dangerous or may potentially leave hazardous debris on the hill.
  • You may NOT use screws or material; mechanical fasteners; nails; staples; or any other means of holding your sled together that may be deemed dangerous or may potentially leave hazardous debris on the hill.

RULES FOR THE HILL

  • Listen to the direction from staff at all times.
  • During the downhill portion, one team member may push their toboggan (maximum of 4 steps) before the starting line and must be in their sled with all other team mates prior to the back of the sled crossing the starting line.
  • All riders must stay completely inside of their sled at all times.
  • Be safe and have fun!

 

Name: 

Katherine Squires

Phone: 

905-476-4423 Ext#4412

Email: 

Location address: 

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