Despite the cold and bitterness of winter, Missouri has enjoyable winter events. From wine trails to college sports, winter in Missouri offers a great opportunity for fun and great memories. Below are some activities to help heat up your winter.
Stone Hill– Attention: Brides and grooms to be, take family and friends on Stone Hill’s Wedding trail this Saturday, Jan. 15. Guests can sample hors d’oeuvres, sip award-winning wines and meet with the wedding coordinator.
Summit Lake Winery-Murder at the winery: Liven up your evening with this dinner performance of Hitchcock Homicide on Jan. 27.
Titanic Branson-5th Annual Chainsaw Ice Sculptors Challenge at Titanic: Enjoy the spectacular art of ice carving. Visitors may observe sculptures in progress, talk to the artists and learn the tricks of the trade from championship ice carving experts.
Powell Gardens- Feather Your Nest Conservatory Exhibit: See indoor garden ‘rooms’ brought to life as local designers put their imagination to work. Hot beverages will be available for purchase to enjoy while you gather ideas for feathering your own nest or while you bird watch.
Ice Skating: Missouri has both indoor and outdoor ice arenas. Just be sure to bundle up! Check out the closest ice rink to you: http://www.skatingfitness.com/Ice-Locator-Missouri.htm.
Stay warm supporting your Missouri Tigers this winter season by watching any of Mizzou’s indoor sports such basketball, wrestling, gymnastics and swimming. To see scheduled athletic events: http://www.mutigers.com/.