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Winterfest 2017 is a family-friendly event in Marshfield (aka “Hub City”) highlighting the perks of Wisconsin winters. Marshfield Winterfest offers activities like a 400-Meter Kids Race, Cross Country Skiing, Snow Shoe 5k or 10k, and the Fat Tire Bike 5k or 10k. The 400-Meter (1/4 mile) course is perfect for the kids, while the 5k and 10k courses are made to challenge the winter sport enthusiast. All ages and abilities are welcome!
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017
Place: RiverEdge Golf Course
10191 Cty Hwy B, Marshfield, WI
Time: 12:00pm Event Registration & Free Youth 400-Meter Race
12:30pm Cross Country Skiing
1:00pm Fat Tire Bike (5k and 10k)
1:30pm Snow Shoe (5k and 10k)
The Post-Race Celebration will feature food, beverages, and awards ceremony.
If you plan on participating, here are some Registration details!
Individuals (ages 19+): $30
Individuals (ages 11-18): $20
Children 10 years and under are free.
Each pre-registered participant will receive a long sleeve event shirt if registered before FEBRUARY 1, 2017. Shirt not guaranteed if registered after deadline.
Awards will be given to the top 3 Marshfield Winterfest finishers in each race.
Stay and enjoy LIVE music during the afternoon and into the evening!
3:00 – G-Man
5:00 – Elated Sun
8:00 – The Big Deeks
Worth visiting for more than just Marshfield Winterfest, Marshfield is a fun city regardless of the season. Hit U.S. 10 or Highways 13, 80, or 97 to access what they call “Hub City,” named for both its historic hub for railroads and its location very close to the geographic center of Wisconsin.
Home to Marshfield Clinic, this city of 20,000 also hosts the Central Wisconsin State Fair (which includes the World’s Largest Round Barn) and features the Wildwood Zoo, the Blue Heron Brewpub, and a hopping main street in the form of Central Avenue. Marshfield is also along the Yellowstone Trail, part of the “Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound” highway that was among the first designated cross-country highways in the United States.