TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) The city of Twin Falls Parks and Recreation department held their annual Cabin Fever event Saturday.
The department held the event at eight different locations around the city.
Places like the city pool, the library, and the Herrett Center all held events designed to get families out of the house during the cold winter months, as well as show what the city has to offer.
John Pauley, the aquatics director at the city pool, said cabin fever day shows off what the city has to offer.
“This really shows the community what different activities there are. Not just the pool, but other organizations as well, that there isn't just nothing to do in the winter, there are things for families to do, and that's the goal of cabin fever day,” Pauley explained.
And the pool had a few events going on, with free swim all day, AWOL, hosting a scuba demonstration and the pool even brought out their tower, which is an inflatable climbing wall.