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East Jordan's Sno-Blast Winter Fun

February 2024

East Jordan’s Sno-Blast is filled with winter and snow fun. The winter festival brings up to 1,200 people to East Jordan each year for fun events such as the frozen pancake toss, snowmobile drag races, hayrides, and sno softball.

Here's what happened in 2023:

All events take place at the East Jordan Trailblazers Clubhouse- 5586 Mt. Bliss Rd., East Jordan (unless otherwise noted)


  • 5:30pm – Registration for ORV Safari Ride
  • 6pm SHARP – ORV Guided Safari Ride from the Clubhouse and back


  • 9am-1pm – Classic & Antique Snowmobile Show
  • 9:30am (tentative) –  Crowning of Winter Knight and Belle of the Blizzard
  • 10am SHARP – Blessing of the Sleds
  • 10am-2pm- Bake Sale by Helping Hearts of EJ
  • 10am-3pm – Chili Cook Off
  • 10am-3pm – Traditional Bean Pot & Concessions
  • 10:15 am – ORV & Snowmobile Obstacle Course. 18 and up. Helmets and registration required. $5 per run.
  • 11am – Grand Story Hour with Luanne Reed at Books ‘N Things-104 Jordan St., East Jordan
  • 11am – Registration for Snowmobile & ORV Radar Run
  • 12pm – Snowmovile & ORV Radar Runs. 18 and up. Helmets required. $5 per person.
  • 12-4pm – Scavenger Hunt, Warming Fire, & Refreshments at Wagbo Farm & Education Center- 5745 N. M-66, East Jordan
  • 1pm – Antique/Vintage/Classic Snowmobile Ride
  • 3-6pm – Chili Dinner/Fundraiser for G.A.R. improvements. $6 for adults, $4 for kids age 6-12, and free for kids under 6. American Legion Post #227- 305 Main St., East Jordan
  • 5pm – Comedy/Variety Theater Show “Live from the Foundry” by Tropic Bros Productions. Tickets are $40 per person which includes show, dinner, and tip. Tickets available at the East Jordan Chamber of Commerce- 100 Main St. B, East Jordan, or at the venue: Foundry Bar & Grille- 101 Main St B, East Jordan (second seating at 7pm)
  • 7pm – Second seating for Comedy/Variety Theater Show “Live from the Foundry”
  • 8:30-11pm – Party at the Foundry Bar & Grille. Open to the public, no cover charge.


  • 7am-12pm – Sno-Lovers Breakfast includes “The Works” (Pancakes, bacon, sausage, potatoes, and eggs). Cost is generally $6 for Adults and $3 for Kids 10 & under. 
  • 12-4pm – Scavenger Hunt, Warming Fire, & Refreshments at Wagbo Farm & Education Center- 5745 N. M-66, East Jordan
  • 12:30pm – East Jordan Trailblazers Raffle Drawing. Prizes for 1st-4th place. Tickets available from Club members.


Sno-Sculpture Contest

$5 entry fee with cash prizes awarded. Applications will be available at

Kids Coloring Contest

Kids up to age 6 will be compete for first, second, and third place prizes. Entries will be on display at the Elementary School with judging on February 16th, 2023. Entries must be returned to the school office by February 15th, 2023.

Pages available at the East Jordan Elementary School- 304 4th St., East Jordan; the East Jordan Chamber of Commerce, or online at

More Activities...

  • Ice Skating Rink – Indoor & Outdoor rink at East Jordan Tourist Park- 218 N. Lake St., East Jordan (weather permitting
  • Disc Golf at East Jordan Community Park- 805 Maple St., East Jordan
  • Out on the Town – All weekend long. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, happy hour, or just dessert at one of the restaurants or bars. And check out the great shopping downtown. Ask about Sno-Blast Specials.
For more information on East Jordan’s Sno-Blast Winter Fun, please contact the event organizer:

East Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce

100 Main Street, East Jordan, MI 49727

(231) 536-7351

Stay tuned for updated information on the 2024 East Jordan Sno-Blast!

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