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Games & Kids' Events - Tired Iron

Human Moose Turd Bowling

Human "Moose Turd" Bowling

Sponsored by Arctic Bowl / Vertex Insulation

(FREE EVENT!)

Mooseturd bowling at the Fairbanks Tired Iron!

Free for kids, ages 5-10.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday

The goal is to knock down all 10 upright 18” "moose turds" - made courtesy of Rick and the gang at Vertex Insulation.

For any child that knocks over six or more nugget pins, they will receive a wooden nickel good for a free game of REAL bowling, courtesy of Arctic Bowl. Anyone that knocks down all ten pins will get  a wooden nickel, and a bonus gift certificate. (Limit one wooden nickel per child, regardless of the number of times they play.)

This event will take place in the Wal-Mart parking lot..

Volunteers reposition pins immediately after a child completes his/her attempt.

Hands must stay within the basket, or the attempt does not count.

Helmets MUST be worn by every participant. (Helmets provided.)

Event details and times subject to change.

For Event Location, Click Here

Ice Putt-Putt Golf

Cancelled

 

 

 

Mini Arctic Man Contest

CANCELLED

Mini Arctic Man Contest!

Timed event with 120cc sleds and teams of two drivers (ages 6-12).
Enter for some great prizes, including a pair of youth Arctic Man jackets, courtesy of Howard Theis.

Just like the big boys, but on much smaller scale. Stock 120cc sleds are used, and after the skier (or snowboarder) drops off our snow hill, the skier hooks up to a 20’ ski rope, and the driver of the machine pulls him (or her) around a short pre-set course. This is a timed event. The top three times will receive nice prizes, and all participants willreceive fun gift cards.  This is a free event to enter.

To enter your child's team, please email both team member's names and ages, parents name AND PHONE CONTACT INFO, and sled info, i.e. Arctic Cat, Polaris, 120, etc., and COAT SIZES to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Organizational Info

  • First race was held March 11, 2006
  • Incorporated as a nonprofit in Alaska on 2/4/2010
  • Fairbanks Tired Iron Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity. EIN: 46-3195262
  • Exempt purpose is to educate the public, document and preserve the history of snowmachining and snowmachine racing