06 Jan Get Out & Play – The Winter Way!
Enjoy this winter with our top spots to beat your boredom!
Mouse River Players is the oldest community theatre in Minot. It began in 1971 and has been volunteer-led since the beginning!
Their current production is “A comic treasure that is sure to leave your audience in stitches”. For more information on the event visit their website.
Winter can’t put a stop to sporting events in Minot! Minot State University athletics this season include wrestling matches, basketball, track & field, and hockey. A full schedule of these events can be found at https://msubeavers.com/
Minotauros hockey is on the ice at the MAYSA multiple weekends a month! Their season started in September and ends the first weekend in April. For more information on the Mintoauros visit their website. Watch the Visit Minot Facebook page for ticket giveaways to both Minotauros and MSU events!
Fight the Frost is an indoor inflatable carnival that hopes to beat the winter blues!
Kids of all ages are welcome to this three-day event which includes inflatable games and obstacle courses, slides and more. Kiddie Land provides a designated area for children 5 and under to play!
For more information on the event visit their website!
$7 is all you need to rent skis! Enjoy the fresh air and great views when you rent skis from Corbett Field warming house. Trails are groomed for cross country skiing at Souris Valley Golf Course, Oak Park, and the Bison Plant Trail, weather permitting. For more information click here!
New to skating or a total pro, Minot’s outdoor rinks are an essential winter activity! These rinks are open at all times for the public, but the warming house hours are limited. Minot Parks maintains 4 outdoor rinks that are open from December 14th to February 15th, weather permitting. The locations, times and more information can be found at the Minot Parks website.
Not a fan of the cold but still want to skate? The MAYSA Arena is open for public rink hours multiple times per week. There are options for public or family skating as well as hockey. Be sure to check the schedule as times, rinks and other details may vary. The schedule for public skate times can be found here!