“Detroiters expect great recreation programming, and we are happy to provide it by making WinterFest an annual event,” said Brad Dick, Group Executive, Services & Infrastructure, City of Detroit. “We are making it bigger and better this year and invite residents to experience Fun in the D at one of Detroit's premier recreation complexes.”
Here are some of the activities the event will feature:
- free ice skating at the Jack Adams Ice Arena
- Detroit Red Wings hockey demos
- figure skating demos
- horse and carriage rides
- food trucks
- Wintercade gaming zone
- Frozen Forest with Elsa and other Disney characters from the movie
According to a release, since Detroit Parks & Recreation began holding events again after the pandemic, more than 15,000 people have attended. Officials say 2,000 people are expected to attend this year's WinterFest event.
For more information on WinterFest, visit here.