2nd annual Winter Rendezvous Games set for February 1st
The games are coming back to Riverton City Park!
The 2nd annual Winter Rendezvous Games are set for Saturday, February 1st from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Local businesses, organizations, neighbors, and friends are encouraged to get together a team of 4-6 people to compete in a variety of tasks. Returning this year are the vehicle push/pull contest, ice carving and snowman building, tug-of-war, eating contest, sled building, obstacle course, and snowball toss events.
2019’s winter games inspired a summer event as well, so technically this is the third event of its kind at City Park, but the second winter focused one. The squad from Rocky Mountain Logistics were crowned champions in both the inaugural winter and summer games.
An opening ceremony is set for Friday, January 31st and will feature introductions of the participating teams and a sky lantern launch from City Park.
The opening ceremony and the games themselves are free and open to the public. So even if you can’t, or don’t want to participate, you can enjoy the community spirit and cheer on your neighbors.
The County 10 Podcast caught up with event organizer and Riverton City Councilwoman Rebecca Schatza this week.
She chats about the idea behind the games, and what to expect this year! Click the player to listen to the show or find the County 10 Podcast on your pod app!
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