TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) - With the winter season in full swing, you may be someone who has fallen to cabin fever.
To get people out and active, the City of Twin Falls put on a cabin fever event on Saturday.
Some of you flocked to the YMCA for free time in the pool.
Although there were less people than last year, YMCA officials say that oddly enough, more people started to show when it started snowing.
"I think the reason being is that they know that we keep the facility warm. We keep our water at 85 degrees so people know that it's warm in here. It's also a safe environment away from the cold. Their kids aren't gonna get hypothermia or anything like that. Like I said, they'll be able to be active in a safe and warm environment," said Makenna Johnson, Head Lifeguard at the YMCA.
This is the eighth year the Y is participating in the yearly event.
Other activities that were part of the event across town included bowling, martial arts and winter sports.