5 Fun Activities To Keep Your Kids Entertianed This Winter
Feb 23, 2016 12:54PM
● By Erin Frisch
1.) Manchester Monarchs Hockey Games
Take a ride on down to Manchester to root on the local team. Tickets run between $15.00-45.00 per person and can be purchased on their website. With multiple games being played this winter the whole gang for a night out.
Dartmouth Winter Carnival celebrates the beauty of the winter season
in the Upper Valley and the achievements of Dartmouth’s many winter
sports teams. From humble beginnings as a weekend of winter sporting,
Carnival has evolved into a three-day festival of events across campus.
Organized each year by students on the Winter Carnival Council in
partnership with the Collis Center for Student Involvement, Winter
Carnival offers something for everyone! Kicking off February 11th.
3.) February Vacation Camp at Whaleback Mountain
February Snow Sports Camp at Whaleback Mountain is a chance for kids to play, grow, and
discover. The mission of this camp is to provide an opportunity for
young skiers and riders to foster a lifelong passion for winter sports.
With terrain for all ages and abilities, Whaleback is a safe and
challenging environment where kids can explore what motivates them! Running from February 15th-19th all ability levels, including beginner, K-6th Grade. Financial aid is also available.
Experience Igloo Build, one of the longest-running traditions at the Montshire Museum of Science.Learn how to build an insulated, sturdy house, strong enough to support the weight of a polar bear. Dubbed the “Top 10 Winter Event” in 2009-2010 by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, the Igloo Build is fun for the whole family.
Celebrate the season of renewal with King Arthur Flour kids cooking classes. You and your favorite baker make and decorate a beautiful cake for Easter.
Each tuition covers one adult and one child.