Mark Your Calendar for the 4th Annual Rockton Yeti Fest January 30-February 2, 2019
Yeti Fest is a festival where the abominable snow people of Rockton (and their friends) come out to enjoy snow sculpting, yeti hunting, ice skating, dog sled mushing (new!) or yeti special eating, drinking (including onesie pub crawling) and buying!
This year, there will be a heated tent with food and drinks available to enjoy the snow sculptures and keep warm! Watch amazing snow sculptures being carved starting Wednesday, Jan. 30 at Settlers Park with sculptures finishing on Saturday, Feb. 2.
Giant Snow Fort: Starting Wednesday, Jan. 30, head to Settlers Park to do your part in building the largest snow fort Rockton has ever seen! A limited amount of snow fort-making brick forms will be available, but please feel free to bring your own supplies.
Yeti Hunt: The yetis have invaded downtown Rockton! Plush yetis have been hidden in downtown businesses, and you need to find them. Each yeti has a name on its scarf. Print off the scavenger card posted here (will be posted closer to the event), and write down the yeti’s name at each location. Turn in your completed scavenger list at your last location, and you might win a pretty cool prize! A limited amount of scavenger cards will be available at each location. You will have all four days of the Rockton Yeti Fest to complete your hunt!
Onesie Pub Crawl: Onesies not required by highly encouraged! No cost to participate, just pick up a stamp card at one of the participating locations and get started. Starts at 7 pm on Friday, Feb. 1. Enjoy seven stops along three blocks of downtown Rockton: Rookie’s Pub and Grill, Fibs, Ye Olde Pub, Rockton Inn Pub Grub & BBQ, Pokie’s Slots -N- Video Poker, the American Legion, and NEW this year – the heated tent down at Settlers Park will be a stop. Start anywhere and finish anywhere!
Hot Cocoa Crawl: This is the first Rockton Yeti Fest Hot Cocoa Crawl! Your $5 ticket gives you a commemorative mug and access to signature hot chocolates at participating locations like the Mix, Fibs, Sugar Britches, and Mary’s Market (inside the heated festival tent at Settlers Park). Participants will also vote for their favorite flavors. This event is limited to the first 300 participants, so don’t hesitate!