Are you sick and tired of all of the snow and seemingly endless cold weather? Take a break from it and visit the Stearns History Museum’s Cabin Fever Reliever Saturday, Feb. 22. It is a day to enjoy Minnesota winters with entertaining indoor and outdoor activities for families and hear St. Cloud’s own award-winning singer-songwriter Paul Spring perform a kids concert. Held at the Stearns History Museum at 235 33rd Ave South in Heritage Regional Park, this event is fun for the whole family (especially ages 3-12). The Cabin Fever Reliever has indoor and outdoor activities from 10:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. (please dress accordingly) and Paul Spring’s Kids Concert from 1-2 p.m. sponsored by the St. Cloud Kiwanis Club.
Come enjoy learning through music with Paul Spring, try your luck at the Bird Spy Game through Heritage Park, watch out for the indoor snowball fight, make art with snow painting, blow ice bubbles, warm up by the bonfire, find all the pictures in the photo hunt, and much more. Concessions are available at an additional cost and children must have adult supervision at all times. This event is free to members and non-members pay regular admission.