10 Saturday / February 10, 2018

Winter Palooza

02:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Olcott Park - 2300 E Canada Dr. Bloomington, IN
https://bloomington.in.gov/recreation/programs/10331

Experience our midwestern winter wonderland!

No snow is required for our outdoor celebration of everything winter!
-Snowman Village! Buy a snowman template for $5, take it home, and decorate it with your own creativity! Bring your fabulous Frosty to Winter Palooza for display in the snowman village, and to compete for “Best Snowman” prizes!

-Mush! Be the lead dog in a human dogsled team, and race your way around our Indiana Iditarod course. Dogsleds provided!

-Pick up a Snow Snake and compete in our Snow Snake races! Don’t worry – Snow Snakes won’t bite!

-Play active, winter Wii games in our outdoor living room.

-Snow Wars – The icicle strikes back! You’ll love our safe version of a snowball fight.

-Have a Snow Cone – because it’s winter!

Other great games at Winter Palooza include Snowball Cornhole, Penguin Bowling, the Snowman Slam, winter crafts, face painting, a photo booth, and more!

Children / Eat and Drink / Entertainment / Festivals / Outdoors / Volunteering

7 Saturday / April 7, 2018

Lotus Blossoms World Bazaar – Family Day

11:00 am to 03:00 pm
Fairview Elementary School, 500 W. 7th St., Bloomington, IN 47404
http://www.lotusfest.org/about-lotus-blossoms/

The Lotus Blossoms World Bazaar is a free multicultural arts-and-education event for kids and families. Created in 1996 with the help of area teachers, the World Bazaar has become a tradition in Monroe County schools — public, private, and charter — as well as in our community. Volunteers from the Bloomington community (and around the world) present arts, music, language, and international crafts at a vibrant multicultural fair in the gymnasium of Fairview Elementary. More than 30 activity stations let kids get their hands on the world….so grab your passport at the door, and go!

The Saturday World Bazaar Family Day is free and open to the public! Featuring hands-on activities, exploration of world cultures, and live performances. Appropriate for all ages, but especially fun for kids K-6. Children must be accompanied by parents/guardians.

Children / Education / Entertainment / Festivals

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