5 Local Indoor & Outdoor Acitvities To Keep Your Kids Entertained This February
Feb 08, 2016 03:20PM ● Published by Erin Frisch
1.) Snowshoe Tour
Experienced guides will direct the people to the Blow-Me-Down property,
where Snowshoe Tour in Cornish are expected to last 90 minutes. To accommodate
participants, the Visitor Center will be open for orientation
before the tour, and refreshments and hot cocoa will be offered after
the tour. Blow-Me-Down Farm is deeply intertwined with the Cornish
Art Colony and offers wonderful views of the area's winter landscape.
These two factors provide a perfect backdrop for discovering local
history, from the formation of Mount Ascutney and how glaciers sculpted
the landscape, to the connection with the British Royal Navy, European
settlement of towns along the River, and the artists of the Cornish
Colony. Kids and Adults may join. Snowshoes are available for borrowing with no fee.
2.) Splash Vacation Camp at Upper Valley Aquatic Center
The Upper Valley Aquatic Center offers vacation camp the week of February 15-19th where Kids ages six to ten years old enjoy exciting arts and crafts, fun water
play in the Splash Park and a half-hour swim lesson every day. We offer
Splash Camp during Holiday Break, February Break Financial aid is also available.
Camp theme ARCADE - build an entire arcade out of cardboard boxes!
Full Day • 8am-4pm • Member $249 • Non-Member $279
Half Day • 8am-Noon • Member $125 • Non-Member $150
Aftercare Package • 4-5pm • $25
Lunch Package $25
3.) Ava Art Gallery Classes
Their are 5 classes being offered at AVA Gallery and Art Center in Lebanon the week of February 15-19th. These classes include Portals to Miniature Worlds, Stories in Art, Painting Explorers, Painterly Prints, and Digital T-Shirt Design. Each class has a different age group as a well as, a different set price. Please click here for details.
4.) Lake Morey Resort Ice Skating, Cross County Skiing & Snowshoeing
The Lake Morey Resort maintains the longest skating trail in the United
States, a 4.5-mile loop around the lake. It’s an amazing experience
that’s not to be missed. Directly in front of the resort we maintain
smaller rinks for skating and pick-up hockey games. You can rent Hockey or Figure skates for $10.00 as well as, bring your own pair and they will sharpen for you for $8.00. They also have many Cross Country Ski paths and Snowshoe paths.
5.) Mudd Paw Dog Sled KennelWith or without snow this ride can take place up in the White Mountains. When there is lots of snow the dogs will take you on a true dog sled adventure. If there isn't much snow on the ground don't fret Mudd Paws Sled Dog Kennel can still take you on adventure which is called the "Rolling dog sled ride." Click here for prices, dates and locations.