Moe Events to host the second annual Winterfest.
The snow may melt during this unusual winter on the Western Edge, but that wont stop Moe's Event from hosting the 2nd annual Winterfest event here in Dickinson.
Starting Jan. 29, Moe Events will host the second annual WinterFest. This year’s festivities will take place at a new location, Prairie Hills Mall. Festivities will begin on the 29th at 4p.m.
According to organizer Sarah Moe, Winterfest is a family fun event spanning over the course of two days, beginning with a day of fun for adults and ending with a day of fun for the whole family.
On Friday, adults can shop around at the mall, attend a silent auction where various pieces of local art and photography will be displayed, and take an art class. The following day will be geared for the kiddos, with carnival games, music classes and all sorts of fun activities for them to enjoy.
According to the website, there will be a variety of entertainment for the whole family. Their games will consist of basketball, ring toss, dart ball toss, toss the ball, skee ball, snowman bean bag toss, a photo booth, pin the snowman, bowling and winter plinko.
Tickets will be awarded depending on a player’s game performance. Those tickets can be taken to a prize table and exchanged for a comparable prize.
Moe said the carnival games were a highlight for her just to see all of the kids playing and having a great time with their families.
Winterfest will feature age-specific classes on both days. Friday will feature an art class, a DIY sign painting class taught by Betty Fred from Studio 87 at 5p.m. which will cost $40 per person. Taking this class will result in free admission for Saturday.
Also, children’s music classes will be taught by Andreea Evenson of the Pitter Patter Club at 10:00 a.m.,10:45 a.m., and 11:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 30.
Dickinson’s very own Food Riot will provide various food offerings at the event.
According to the website, there will be both a professional and children’s art contests as well as a professional photography contest. However, the deadline for submissions was Dec. 20, 2020.
Regarding admission, the early bird special has expired, individual tickets will be $2, group tickets will now be $10.