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Four West Hartford Nonprofits to Host Winterfest

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The inaugural Winterfest will be held at Westmoor Park in West Hartford on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020.

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The public is invited is join four of West Hartfords nonprofit organizations on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., for a day of outdoor (and indoor) winter-themed activities at Westmoor Park.

Winterfest is a brand new event being produced by the West Hartford Land Trust, The West Hartford Art League, Westmoor Park, and the Kiwanis Club of West Hartford to celebrate winter!

Activities will include an ARTSled derby (weather permitting), guided nature walks, an art activity for young artists, a bake sale and a chance to learn more about each of the nonprofits.

Kids are invited to bring a sled decorated in the theme of their favorite children’s book for a chance to compete in the ArtSled Derby. Suggested donation: $5.

The public is invited to bring snowshoes, cross country skis, or boots to take a guided nature walk around the park.

Come inside and create a wonderful winter collage with instructor Lindsey Behrens from the West Hartford Art League from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Warm up around the campfire outside or – come inside for treats at a bake sale.

Westmoor Park is located at 119 Flagg Rd., West Hartford.

Please note that parking is limited. Additional parking is available across the street at the Flagg Road United Church of Christ.

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