TWIN FALLS, Idaho — Staying active in the cold of winter can be challenging. That is why Twin Falls Recreation and local business have teamed up to once again offer Cabin Fever Day, a day where community members are encouraged to get out and get active.
"The activities that we’ll have for that day… we’ll have yoga in one of our rooms, kids will have the opportunity to make a healthy snack, they are making fruit kebabs and then, to get your body up and moving we’ll have Just Dance, a fun little dancing game in another room to get the kids active and eating healthy," said Pam Frampton, Director of Programs Boys and Girls Club of Magic Valley.
Cabin Fever Day will be this Saturday, January 22. Participating businesses include Skateland, Boys and Girls Club of Magic Valley, Magic Valley Bowhunters, Twin Falls Public Library and Gemstone Climbing Center.
"It’s super fun honestly, it’s such a good time. Normally I’m out driving around and checking on the different activities, and all I see is kids smiling, parents smiling, having a good time. It’s heartwarming to see that, said Stacy McClintock, Recreations Supervisor for the City of Twin Falls.