World Snow Day

World Snow Day

World Snow Day is made more enjoyable by participating in winter sports and outdoor activities. FIS was founded in 1910 by ten delegates from 10 countries. The International Ski Federation is the world’s leading governing body for Olympic events like skiing and snowboarding. It currently includes more than 180 national ski organizations. World Snow Day was actually the second phase in the FIS campaign to encourage more children to participate in snow sports. Five years ago, the first phase of the FIS campaign, called “Bring Children to the Snow”, was launched. These are some great ideas to get you started: World Snow Day is a great opportunity to bring your family and friends together to take part in winter sports events. It doesn’t matter if you’re skiing, snowboarding or sledding; it’s great to bring people together to celebrate National Snow Day. This is a unique treat that kids will love to eat. Eight cups of snow, one can sweetened condensed milk, and one teaspoon vanilla extract are all you need. Add toppings to the mixture and mix well. Serve immediately. It doesn’t matter if it is too cold or there’s no snow on the ground, celebrating World Snow Day can be fun. These World Snow Day craft ideas are great for kids. Plan a ski or snowboarding vacation to have the best time possible on World Snow Day. These are some of the most beautiful places to ski around the globe:

The event is ongoing.

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