What To Do While It’s Still Winter


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labeled for reuse Going to a Blues game is one of the many activities you can do during the winter season!

Audrey Weber, Staff Writer

Winter is coming to a close, yet there’s still so much to do! Many people are already anticipating summer, but the cold days still have more to offer.

Ice Skating in Forest Park

A super fun way to enjoy the chilly winter weather is ice skating. Head out to Forest Park, rent some skates and get on the ice!

Hot Chocolate and Bake Cookies

The universal winter drink, hot chocolate, is always better when it’s cold outside. Along with your hot chocolate, you could enjoy some warm cookies fresh out of the oven! Cozy up with a cute mug and gooey, freshly baked cookies for a delicious winter treat.

Weekend In Nature

Even if you’re not the outdoors type, spending a weekend in Mother Nature can be super beneficial, with no people, work or school to disturb you! Just chilling in a cabin enjoying the comfort of a warm fire (along with your hot chocolate) can be a great way to relax.

Hot Tub

Hot tubs are always better when it’s cold out! Sure, they’re fun when it’s warm, but sitting in a warm jacuzzi with your friends while snow flurries down is so cozy and relaxing. Also, hot tubs are great for reducing stress and tension in your body, so if you’re struggling in school or at your job, it’s a great way to unwind.

Build a Fort

If you want an activity to bring you back to your childhood, build a fort! Taking pillows and blankets and creating a new little home inside your house can be super fun, especially with little siblings or close friends.

Hockey Games

It’s Blues season, so it’s important to get over to Enterprise Center and watch the 2019 Stanley Cup champions. You, your friends and family can dress up in your Blues gear and go cheer on your favorite players while you watch them battle it out for the win.

No matter what your interests are, there are plenty of activities to enjoy during the winter, so be sure to get out there and take advantage of this snowy season!