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Cure your cabin fever: Indoor activities provide winter fun when it's too cold to play outside

Indoor activities provide winter fun when it's too cold to play outside

2:15 PM, Feb. 28, 2014
The Central Wisconsin Children's Museum in Stevens Point offers programs, events and exhibits for children of all ages including a Healthy Heroes exhibit, pictured, with a rock climbing wall and mats and toys for children to play on.
The Central Wisconsin Children's Museum in Stevens Point offers programs, events and exhibits for children of all ages including a Healthy Heroes exhibit, pictured, with a rock climbing wall and mats and toys for children to play on.
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With below-average temperatures and record-breaking snowfalls dominating the weather this winter, many people feel that spring might never arrive. Terms like "wind chill advisory," "polar vortex" and "bitter cold" have become as frequent a part of our conversations as "good morning" and "thank you."

And because of these often unpleasant and, at times, dangerous weather conditions, many people have spent more time indoors than usual this winter, and cabin fever might be starting to set in.

But that doesn't have to be the case as there are plenty of activities and events that take place ...

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