Folks looking for some snow, some sleds, and some fun can find it all this weekend.

The Wymark Snowmobile Sled Drag Races will be looking to entertain, go fast, and fling a whole lot of snow into the sun on January 14 and 15.

Races will be starting at 11:30 a.m, with registration going from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.  

Helping set up the drag races this year is Clay Gross, the event coordinator.

"If you've got a sled you want to run on Saturday, it's 1981 and older vintage sleds," shared Gross. "So if you got one of those, bring it out. It needs a tether switch on it for safety. Day two is open to all sleds, old and new."

The event will be raising money for the Wymark Drylander 4H Club. Sponsors for the event include Black Diamond Service, Bickner Trucking, Nautique Creek Repair, Portal Land and Cattle, Retros Bobcatting Service, Lipon Family Racing, Agra Sports, Hillside Service, Legacy Structures, and Running JR Ranch. 

"We've got concession on site," detailed Gross. "People will be able to drive up along the track and watch the races from their vehicle. We're hoping to have an FM transmitter for announcing so they can listen in their vehicles."

The event will be dry, selling no alcohol. With everyone racing and driving, drinking is off the table. 

Vintage sled races have a long history in Saskatchewan. 30 years ago, things got started in Earl Grey, Saskatchewan when a group of sled owners started racing their older machines. These days, vintage sled races have venues all over the province. 

Admission is $10 for adults, and kids 10 and under can enter for free.