Yeti Fest
Saturday, February 23

Everyone is invited to the free Yeti Fest community winter festival at Nicolet College with more than a dozen activities running from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. Below is a list of activities scheduled for the day. All activities will take place in or near the Lakeside Center unless otherwise noted.

Yeti Fest Logo

Yeti Fest Activities

Snowman Making and Decorating: 11 am - 4 pm

Live Music by Boat Patrol: 11:30 am - 2 pm

Wagon Rides Around Campus: Noon to 3 pm

YMCA of the Northwoods Obstacle Course – Noon - 3 pm on the Lake Julia Terrace behind the Lakeside Center. Prizes will be awarded to the fastest adult finisher and fastest child finisher.

Eagle River Children’s Museum Activities for Kids – Noon - 4 pm

Yeti Snowshoe Project: 1 pm - Fieldside Center
Join other intrepid snowshoers as we take to the expansive Nicolet Field to snowshoe the outline of a giant Yet! Participants are encouraged to bring their own snowshoes and arrive a little early to get ready so we’re ready to hit the trail at 1 p.m. Some snowshoes will be available for free check out.

Human Sled Dog Racing: 2 pm - Fieldside Center
Gather a team of two or more people where the humans become the sled dogs and are timed as they pull a sled with rider through the serpentine course. The winners receive an abundance of fame and glory!


Human Foosball: 3 pm

Free Movie - Harry and the Hendersons: 4 pm
Yeti’s cousin, the Sasquatch, stars in this highly entertaining family movie.

Yeti Mask-making - All Day

Video Games - All Day

Sledding Hill - All Day

Adult Board Games – Time to be determined

DJ during certain times during the day

Warming fire on the Lake Julia Terrace throughout the day

Food and Drinks

Available for purchase at the Lakeside Center

Hearty pulled pork and mac & cheese from CT’s Deli
Delectable cupcakes and other treats from from BC Cakes

Tasty treats from Al a Mode
Mouth-watering baked goods from Brigette Bakes
Beer from the Rhinelander Brewery, which may even have a special Yeti Fest brew
Wine and traditional deli items from Nicolet’s Bytes

Have you seen the Yeti?