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Saturday, January 13, 2024

 


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Kickapoo Valley Reserve Winter Festival 

 Winter Festival is a wonderful family event that highlights outdoor winter activities.  Activities include sledding, skiing, snow sculpture, ice hikes, wildlife talks & hikes, face painting, horse-drawn bobsled rides, snowshoe exhibit, sled dog demonstrations.  La Farge Lions host Chili and Bread Contest!  Bring your child and your dog and try out the Mutt Fun dogsled run.  Conquer the snow mountain & snow tunnel. Test your skills at the Traditional Snow Snake Competition or Smoosh Races. Night winter activities can include star gazing and candlelight snowshoe hike.

Activities subject to change due to weather conditions.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Everyone is welcome!  Winter Festival is free and open to the public.  

Winter activities for all ages!  Bundle up and explore the outdoor fun!

Visit the Winter Festival Facebook page for fun updates!

Volunteer

Winter Festival depends on hearty volunteers to make the event great!  If you are interested in learning more about volunteering at Winter Festival, please reach out! 

 

Sponsor

Winter Festival simply isn't possible without the support of sponsors. Many thanks to our wonderful past sponsors!  If you are interested in supporting Winter Festival, we can tailor a sponsorship to fit your needs.

 

 

 Kickapoo Valley Reserve
S3661 State Hwy 131
La Farge, WI  54639
kickapoovalley.wi.gov

kickapoo.reserve@krm.state.wi.us
608-625-2960

The Kickapoo Reserve Management Board acknowledges that the state and federal lands that comprise the Reserve fall within the ancestral homelands of First Nations people including the Hooçak Nation. We recognize the sovereignty of the Hooçak and other First Nations and will work towards a shared future by continuing to create collaborative opportunities to protect and preserve these lands.