Are you feeling a little bit of cabin fever?  Pine Island, a town just a few miles north of Rochester, Minnesota, is hosting its annual Winter Festival on January 28th and is FULL of family-fun activities.

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Enjoy Loads of Family-Friendly Fun at Pine Island Winter Fest on January 28th

Minnesota is living up to its fake name of MinneSNOWta this year.  Life is better when you find moments in life that you enjoy and one town near Rochester, Minnesota is making that happen.

For over a decade, Pine Island has celebrated the Winter Festival on the last Saturday of January, breaking up the doldrums of winter. Pine Island's 2023 Winter Fest, organized by the Image Committee, will be held on January 28 with a variety of activities across the community all day long. Plan to join us for skiing, snowshoeing, skating, sledding, and much more. Thanks to the many organizations that help make this event possible. - Pine Island Winter Fest Facebook Page

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This year, you can enjoy some of the favorite activities throughout the years and even a few new bits of fun:

  • Ice Skating Rink
  • Skate With A Cop
  • Cardboard Sled Race
  • Family Bing
  • Rent Skis or Snowshoes for the Luminary Ski and Walking Trails
  • And More!

Check out the full schedule and find additional details at the Pine Island Winter Fest Facebook event.

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