Mt. Cain Kids Fest in two days

The annual Kidsfest will be held at Mount Cain March 17.

The annual Kidsfest will be held at Mount Cain March 17.

There will  be races for kids 16 and younger, an obstacle course, snow sculpture contest, face painting and more. Kids do not need to be experienced skiers to enjoy the fun. There are races for all skill levels.

Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and races start at 10 a.m.. Events will take place throughout the day and awards will given out at 4 p.m. at the lodge.

“Kids Fest is always one of the best events of the year” said events organizer Jennifer Lash.

“It is great watching kids from three to 16 running through the obstacle course, tackling the race course, and building creations in the snow. Definitely worth the trip to Mount Cain.”

 

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