Childcare Sponsored by WNB Financial

At the 2020 Frozen River Film Festival, free childcare will be offered to parents attending the festival thanks to a sponsorship from WNB Financial. Parents will also be able to sign up to receive a Saturday pass to attend the festival free of charge.

Childcare services will take place at WSU's Children's Center in Helble Hall, Saturday, February 8th, from noon to 5:30 pm. WSU's Children's Center can take 2-year-olds - 4th graders, but availability is limited. All children must be fully enrolled in the program by January 17th, at 5:00 pm. No Day-of drop-off's allowed. Meals will NOT be served at WSU's Children's Center.

The enrollment deadline has passed for the 2020 festival. Join our newsletter to learn about childcare in 2021.

Other Family-Friendly activities at Frozen River Film Festival 2020:

Kidz Kino film screening @ Winona 7 Theatre – 10:00 am
Hour-long kids set, birth to 12th grade attend for free, parents can attend with an individual, Saturday, Big Muddy, or Donor Premier. Saturday passes received from the above childcare package can be used here as well.

Luminary Snowshoe Hike & Films @ Holzinger Lodge – 5:30 pm
Luminary Snowshoe Hike @ 5:30 pm
Films @ 7:30 pm
Join the Rec Alliance for a night of adventure! This non race event is designed to bring people together to celebrate winter, snowshoeing, and the art of documentary films. You will find this to be a family friendly event and is perfect for all skill levels. Snowshoe checkout/rental and film set is free (donations accepted but not required). Enjoy the twinkle of luminaries, the crisp air and a bonfire on the trail with Hot Cider. After your hike join us for FREE films from Frozen River Film Festival beginning at 7:30PM. There will be Food and Beverage available for purchase.


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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the
Minnesota State Arts Board thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.