Color Romp 2023 (Fergus Falls) | Kirkbride Park

Color Romp 2023 (Fergus Falls) | Kirkbride Park

Sep 30, 2023 (UTC-6)
Kirkbride Park


Experience a day of vibrant fun with the whole family at the annual Color Romp Fundraiser, hosted by Otter Cove Children's Museum. This family-friendly event offers various activities such as walking, running, biking, and strolling. No matter your mode of transportation, whether it's a bike, stroller, wheelchair, or walker, you're welcome to join in on the fun. However, please note that rollerblades are not recommended for this event. The Color Romp will take place behind the picturesque Kirkbride Park, where participants can complete three laps to cover a mile. Don't worry about getting your clothes stained, as it's part of the excitement! To ensure a smooth flow of participants, heats will start every 20 minutes. Remember to sign up for one slot only and register all participants aged 2 and above. After completing the Romp, stick around for additional entertainment. Engage in an exhilarating obstacle course, bounce house, and indulge in delicious food truck offerings. Secure your spot today by taking advantage of the early registration fee of $10 per person (children 2 and under are free). Don't miss out on the chance to participate before the ticket price increases to $15 on September 16. By joining this event, you'll not only have a great time but also support the mission of Otter Cove Children's Museum to provide abundant play opportunities for children in our region. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our sponsors, Andrew Yaggie Real Estate, Northern Contours, and The Schoeneck Family, for their generous support. Join us at Color Romp 2023 on September 30th at Kirkbride Park in Fergus Falls, MN. Let the vibrant colors and endless laughter create cherished memories for you and your loved ones.

Provided by Kimball|Published Oct 1, 2023


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