488 - Build a snowperson in your yard. This is an especially fun activity when children are involved. Their creativity helps make the snowperson very unique.
489 - Photograph snow works of art all over your neighborhood. If there is good packing snow, then there will be snow sights to see!
490 - Build a snow fort. What could be more fun than playing in a snow fort?
491 - Have an old movie marathon. You can even pick a decade, look up acclaimed movies for that time period, rent a few movies, and settle in for some fun!
492 - Take a cooking class.
493 - Make a whole meal from new recipes.
494 - Visit historical sites in your city.
495 - Read about the history of your city, county, and/or state.
496 - Go swimming. You can do this even in the winter at your local indoor pool.
497 - Take a walk with a friend. My friend Judy and I even walked our way through two Winter seasons. We walked through any kind of weather and laughed in the face of snow and ice!
498 - Make a time capsule including items that represent you and your family's life. Hide it in the basement or bury it in your yard.
499 - As a gift, give new parents a baby time capsule. They can put in all kinds of their baby's memories -- first shoes, a lock of hair, photographs, records of baby accomplishments; whatever seems right.
500 - Design and make your own t-shirts or sweatshirts. This is a great idea for reunions, groups of friends, and family get-togethers.
Halfway to the goal of 1,000 Fun Things to Do!
Hooray! Yahoo! Yippee yo yo YO!