Due to the overwhelming success of the summer 30/60 Play Challenge, the City of Burlington is launching a winter edition.
As of December 21, teams or individuals can qualify for a prize by completing at least 30 activities in 60 days.
Activities can include skating, tobogganing, skiing, hiking, building a snowman, and make a snow angel.
The contest closes February 18, 2020, after which, 21 random winners will be selected from teams that complete at least 30 activities.
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Additionally, the grand prize, a $100 Recreation Services gift card, will go to the person/team with the most points.
“This is our first winter 30/60 challenge and we’re very excited for it. If it is nearly as popular as the summer 30/60 challenges, we expect there to be a lot of friendly competition and lots of fun activities happening. Chris Glenn, Director of Recreation Services, said in a news release.
“It’s also a great reason to get outside and be active during the winter. With a little preparation, we can have just as much fun in the winter as we can during the warmer months,” he continued.
Cover photo courtesy of Burlington Parks & Recreation’s Twitter