Greetings and Salutations

This year’s Season of Frivolity will look different, as traditional Carnival events will be shelved until 2022.
However, fear not, Citizens of the Realm
We will continue in the Carnival tradition of surviving the grey of middle winter by making merry through a series of interactive CHALLENGES and ACTIVITIES to which you are invited!

What a terrific turnout for our Online Yeti Idol Auction! Whitefish Winter Carnival thrives because of the generosity of community spirit and resources, and we are grateful to everyone who participated in this fundraiser during such a unique year.

We will be reaching out to the winners individually to arrange delivery of your little piece of Carnival Magic. Thanks again to Linda Ray for her incredible creativity and selfless giving of her time to make the Yeti Dolls each year.

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

CHALLENGE COMPLETE

WATCH THE CORONATION HERE
WATCH THE CORONATION HERE

Have Your Carnival Button?

BUTTON LOCATIONS

Have Your Carnival Button?

BUTTON LOCATIONS

The Legend

Once upon a time, there lived a god named Ullr who reigned over winter activities in the Nordic regions. Aiding him were his Prime Minister and Queen, who were skilled in creating the beauties of winter…

THE LEGEND

The Wonderful Weirdness of Whitefish Winter Carnival
Meet the costume-clad volunteers who brave the frigid streets every winter to make our lives a little warmer
Story by Myers Reece | Photography by Mandy Mohler

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The Legend

Once upon a time, there lived a god named Ullr who reigned over winter activities in the Nordic regions. Aiding him were his Prime Minister and Queen, who were skilled in creating the beauties of winter…

THE LEGEND

The Wonderful Weirdness of Whitefish Winter Carnival
Meet the costume-clad volunteers who brave the frigid streets every winter to make our lives a little warmer
Story by Myers Reece | Photography by Mandy Mohler

READ ARTICLE

Carnival Traditions

A look at traditional Carnival events. We look forward to bringing them back for the 2021-2022 Whitefish Winter Carnival season.