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7100 147th St. W.
Apple Valley, MN 55124
Ph: (952) 953-2500
Mid-Winter Fest
Winter Fest Origins

The Apple Valley Mid-Winter Fest is a celebration of winter.
This annual festival began in 1978 with only a few activities and perhaps 100 participants. The festival has grown significantly since then. 
           
            Saturday, February 4, 2017
                            

              2017 Activities List           2017 Event Sponsors

The Mid-Winter Fest Committee offers a wide range of activities. Some examples of past activities include:

  • Door prize drawings
  • Lunch with Klondike
  • Horse-drawn wagon rides                            
  • Face painting and balloon animals
  • Adult cribbage tourney
  • Pickleball Tournament 
  • Medallion hunt
  • Snow kickball and indoor volleyball tournaments
  • Bonfire and smore's
  • Inflatable jumpers and DJ
  • Reptiles "show and touch"
                               

Volleyball Tournament
                       
                      
                      
Tournament Champion Photos     
           

           
               

           

           


Mid-Winter Fest Tournament Info
 Volleyball Registration Form    Volleyball Roster
Rules - Co-Rec     Rules - Womens
     
 2017 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULES    2017 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULES
Co-Rec Upper A    Womens Upper A
 Co-Rec Lower B / C    Womens Lower B / C
     
   
   
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Mid-Winter Fest Goals
The goal of having a Mid-Winter Fest in Apple Valley is twofold:
  • To foster a sense of community pride and spirit among Apple Valley residents
  • To make citizens aware of the winter recreational activities available in Apple Valley and give them a mid-winter boost via participation in a special winter-oriented program

The Apple Valley Mid-Winter Fest Committee feels strongly that winters are here to stay in Minnesota. We feel that the citizens of Apple Valley and neighboring communities should take advantage of this situation by participating in the winter activities that are available in our community. Rather than hide from winter, people should embrace it and all that it has to offer.