Winter Family Fun

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Event Information

Date: 

February 20th - 21st, 2021

Contact: 

Anna DeMers

Email: 

anna.demers@wisc.edu

Join friends from Barron, Burnett, Douglas, Rusk, Sawyer, and Washburn counties for a weekend of family fun! Each family will receive some exciting 4-H swag & snacks! Join both days or pick one!

T-shirts available to those who register by February 7. Click here to register now! For registration instructions, click here. Shirts are FREE for youth | Adults – $10

Saturday, February 20

Kick off Winter Family Fun with a virtual Nature Presentation by Chris Cold and hang out after with some Bingo (prizes and a good fun!). You don’t want to miss out on this engaging presentation. Join us online at 7PM!

Following Nature Presentation – Saturday, February 20
Bingo Night! Pop the popcorn and use your favorite mug to sip on some hot chocolate! Join us as we play a few rounds of virtual BINGO.

Sunday, February 21 In-Person Winter Fun

Join us at Hunt Hill (N2384 Hunt Hill Road, Sarona, WI 54870) for small group winter activities, including snowshoeing and so much more! You will need your own transportation. Educators will meet you at Hunt Hill from 1-3 PM. Snowshoes available for 3rd grade through adult (younger youth can bring their own snowshoes or walk along trails. If you can’t come in person, we will send ideas for winter activities around the area you can explore on your own. Limited to 45 participants.

COVID-19 Guidelines: Masks must be worn for our in-person program at Hunt Hill.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19 or have had known contact with anyone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, please choose to refrain from attending this event. Prior to the event, attendees receive information on standards or practices that may be required of them to participate as indicated by nature of activity, including a disclaimer or accommodations for participants who are considered at high risk themselves or if they live or work with individuals at high risk.