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Memorial Weekend Fun 2004


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Several resorts have fun-filled activities lined up this Memorial Day weekend. Check out what is happening at resorts across the nation.

Arapahoe Basin, Colorado
Memorial Weekend Beach Party/3rd Annual Festival of the Brewpubs
This is one weekend not to miss at A-Basin. Saturday, Sunday and Monday enjoy beer samplings from local and Front Range Breweries with the purchase of an official Brewfest Mug. Offical Brewfest Mugs are $15 for one day and $30 for all three days of tastings. T-Shirts will be available for $15. Tastings will be held from 11 – 4 p.m. Free, live entertainment all weekend with Opie Gone Bad finishing up the festival on Monday. Must be 21 to participate.

Sat, May 29 2004

Shakin’ at the Basin – Polynesian FiaFia

Memorial Weekend Beach Party/3rd Annual Festival of the Brewpubs Sun, May 30 2004

Shakin’ at the Basin – Wildwood Holler!

Memorial Weekend Beach Party/3rd Annual Festival of the Brewpubs

Arnie J. Green Mon, May 31 2004

Shakin’ at the Basin – Opie Gone Bad

Memorial Weekend Beach Party/3rd Annual Festival of the Brewpubs

Arnie J. Green More Information: Call 1.888.ARAPAHOE or visit http://arapahoebasin.comKillington, Vermont
Rage Weekend and 14th Annual Killington TriathlonMid-price registration extended to day-of event! Email for an application. Register from now until the day of the event for only $50 per individual or team member. Season Pass holders pay only $40. Third World will perform live reggae music in conjunction with the Triathlon on Sunday. More details follow, so read on!

As many are aware, we have experienced an earlier than usual melt on Superstar. This will make skiing and riding impossible as the first leg of the triathlon. The first leg will now be a short run of about 1/2 mile. The run will start just uphill from the Killington Halfpipe and proceed up a work road for a couple hundred yards. This portion will be uphill. The course will then take a left into the woods on a single-track style trail and proceed downhill, with some flat sections, toward the waterslide.

Competitors will then transfer to a 5 1/2 mile mountain bike ride held on a lower elevation loop.

After the completion of the mountain bike section a 2 1/2 mile cross country run will finish off the competition.

Compete as an individual or a team of three. Prizes awarded for top three male and female competitors in five age divisions. Top three teams in two age divisions will also take home great prizes.Monday, we will host the Killington Klimb, a race to the top of Killington Peak. The fastest times are often around twenty minutes! Registration is the day of the event and costs $10.On Sunday, Third World will perform outside at Killington Base Lodge. Formed in 1973, this excellent reggae band hailing from Jamaica, combines Jamaican reggae and folk music with all strains of African rhythms, American pop, rhythm & blues, and classical music. Lodging for the weekend starts at just $19 per person, per night based on 4 people in a one bedroom condominium, minimum of a 2 night stay. Call 1-800-4-KTIMES to book.More Information: Call or visit http://www.killington.comMammoth, California
Norpine Mountain Sports will host its Telemark Ski Camp Saturday-Monday at Mammoth. This long weekend of free-heel merriment includes all-day instruction Saturday-Sunday and an optional backcountry tour on Monday. More Information: visit Bachelor, Oregon
North America Pond Skimming Contest
This is it, the day you’ve been training for all season. The best of the best have been honing their skills in anticipation of tthe championships. Everyone who registers is entered into a drawing for a 2004/2005 Mt. Bachelor Season Pass. Entry is just $25 (limited to the first 100), everyone receives a Bachelor Beach Towel and at least one try to skim the pond. Those who clear the pond get a second run. Points will be awarded for Costume (1/3), Trick/Style (1/3) and Distance (1/3). The two competitors who garner the most points on a single run will win a pair of Salomon Crossmax skis with bindings. Helmets are required. No ski poles allowed on course. Registration is open until 10 AM day of eventGot a 2003-2004 Season Pass from a resort other than Mt. Bachelor? Take advantage of our Any Resort Pass Deal. Show your season pass and get a Spring Adult All-Day lift ticket for just $20! It doesn’t matter if your home hill is open or closed, visit Mt. Bachelor and enjoy awesome spring conditions. Bring your season pass to any open ticket window or the Bachelor Ski and Sport at West Village and get $10 off an adult ticket now through the end of the season. Ticket deal valid only on Adult All-Day lift tickets. Only one ticket per season pass, per day. Season pass must be the property of ticket user. Ticket deal only available at open ticket windows or inside Bachelor Ski and Sport at West Village. Operating hours are daily 8 AM to 1 PM.More Information: visit www.mtbachelor.comSquaw Valley, California
Memorial Day Activities at the Resort at Squaw Creek
The Resort at Squaw Creek hosts four days of activities over the holiday weekend including movies at the pool, cooking classes, BBQs, bike tours, tennis clinics, live music and more. Call 530-583-6300 for info. Live Music in the Village with JYEMO
Enjoy two free afternoon performances from Jyemo and the Extended Family in the Village Event Plaza from 2-5ish. Jyemo combines the flavorings of reggae, rock and African music into a contemporary funk sound that the band describes as, “new conscious dance”. Bob Marley meets Steely Dan! Spring Schwing Snow Golf
This afternoon of snow fun takes place on Squaw Valley USA’s upper mountain links, on a course that features five unique holes played in a “best ball format using tennis balls (participants are asked to bring their own tennis balls and clubs). Play is free and of course SNOW dependent. Details: 530-583-6985 More Information: visit www.squaw.comNote: Please remember to check with each resort before heading out. At this time of year, events may change due to snow and weather conditions.