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March 2020

Mt Washington Backcountry Ski Festival

Friday, March 13

Whether you're an alpine skier looking to make the transition into the backcountry or a seasoned ski mountaineer, the Mt Washington Backcountry Ski Festival has a variety of options throughout the weekend. Have an adventure in the White Mountains while you learn new skills during full-day courses and free morning clinics! Experienced guides will be leading skiers in sessions geared for different interests and skill levels, such as Intro to Backcountry Skiing; Steep and Deep Ski Techniques; Avalanche Awareness; and…

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Friday Night Lights with Ski the Whites

Friday, March 13

Our THIRD season of FNL kicks off December 27th at 7:00 PM. This is a 10 week series that is for all ages and abilities. It's a great way to challenge yourself or just get outside and enjoy the night skiing experience. Here are the details below:

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LostBo Pub Apres-Ski: Ben Cook

Friday, March 13
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Hannes Schneider Meister Cup Weekend

Friday, March 13

Your participation in this event helps fund the collection and conservation of our skiing heritage exhibited at the New England Ski Museum for the purpose of research, education, and entertainment. Located in downtown North Conway and at the foot of Cannon Mountain in Franconia, this important museum offers an archive of skiing history with colorful exhibits, an extensive library, and growing collections of ski-related artifacts. Admission to the museum is free of charge.

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WinterKids Family Day

Friday, March 13

WinterKids Passport holders. We are offering specially priced tickets for your whole family today!

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Vertical Challenge

Saturday, March 14

A fun and exciting ski and snowboard race where the racer who clocks the best time in each event category wins Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals. Winners from individual events are invited to return and compete in the Series Finals. The races are FREE, but you must purchase a lift ticket to participate. Tons of great prizes, giveaways and free samples!

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Jacks Race

Saturday, March 14

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Season Passholder Potluck Dinner

Saturday, March 14

Bring your "last, best, final" potluck item of the season! Indoors and outdoors under the patio. March 14; 5 to 7 pm. RSVPs are helpful and it encourages newcomers to attend when they see YOUR NAME on the list. A true "potluck" - bring what you love to share.

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DEN SESSIONS AT BEAR PEAK FEATURING PACKMAN DAVE

Saturday, March 14
Attitash Bartlett, NH 03860 United States

Den Sessions offers the best entertainers for the softer side of Après Ski. Enjoy the sounds of local musicians, the scenery of Bear Peak, daily specials, and magical elixirs to make your day complete in the comfy layout of the Bears Den at Bear Peak.

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Apres Ski: The Riley Parkhurst Project

Saturday, March 14

Trail's End Tavern features live apres-ski entertainment featuring The Riley Parkhurst Project. All apres-ski performers go live between 3-6.

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Aprés Ski with Harpoon

Saturday, March 14

come celebrate Aprés Ski with Harpoon Brewery in Blizzard’s Pub after a fun day of skiing! There will be specials, sampling and some great giveaway’s!

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WILDCAT PUB APRES SKI ENTERTAINMENT FEATURING THE JONATHAN SARTY BAND

Saturday, March 14

Wildcat Pub hosts some of the best entertainment from around New England that will have you dancing in your ski boots. Weekly specials, and promotions from our local beer distributors will ensure a great time, and the chance to walk away with free logo gear.

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Winter Charity Day

Saturday, March 14

We invite you to make a donation to the charity of your choice, and then join us on Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm for a full day of fun—come ski and snowshoe on our scenic trail system, take some runs on our tubing hill, enjoy a catered lunch, and take an exciting ride on the Mt. Washington SnowCoach. Or, simply join us in our cozy lodge for board games, good food and a fun-filled day…

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Cynthia’s Challenge, 24 Hour Ski-A-Thon

Saturday, March 14

Cynthia's Challenge was created in an effort to ease the financial burden upon children and their families associated with specialty medical needs. King Pine Ski Area supports Cynthia's Challenge with the support of local business and the surrounding community.

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Night Skiing

Saturday, March 14

With two lifts servicing 10 well lit trails, extend your skiing experience into the night! Night skiing is available all vacation week from 4-9 p.m.

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Guided Snowshoe Tour

Saturday, March 14

Join one of our experienced guides and take in the tall pines and soft woodland sounds with views of King Pine Ski Area in the distance as you experience the serene trails and NH Audubon Hoyt Wildlife Sanctuary at Purity Spring Resort and along Purity Lake. As the winter moon rises, experience one of our guided moonlight snowshoe tours.

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Mount Washington Observatory Summit Overnights

Saturday, March 14
Mount Washington Observatory NH

Overnight EduTrips allow you to fully experience the summit of Mount Washington by spending a night in our weather station at 6,288 feet above sea level. You’ll get to enjoy a full day of sightseeing and alpine adventure, then join our staff scientists for a hearty dinner in the comfort of our heated weather station.

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April 2020

Tin Mountain VIRTUAL PROGRAM: Trout Stream Restoration

Thursday, April 30

Thursday, April 30, 7pmStreams and riparian areas are dynamic, and change dramatically over decades and centuries. Research in the last thirty years has shed light on the interconnected nature of streams and riparian areas, documenting that riparian zones are indeed an integral part of stream ecosystems. Much of that research has demonstrated the importance of wood in streams to fish habitat and nutrient cycling, and emerging information on the role of light on the productivity of stream ecosystems. Come learn…

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May 2020

Tin Mountan Book Group Discussion: The Adventure Gap

Wednesday, May 6

Wednesday, May 6, 3pmThe book chronicles the first all-African American summit attempt on Denali, the highest point in North America. This book is part adventure story, part history, and part argument for the importance of inspiring future generations to value nature. White Birch Books has several copies of the book available, and are offering curbside pick-up to those interested. You can also order the book directly from their website. Tin Mountain’s Environmental Group is sponsored in part by the Stephen…

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Tin Mountain VIRTUAL PROGRAM: New England Wood Warbler ID

Thursday, May 7

May is the peak of Spring Migration in Northern New England. Join Tin Mountain trustee and lifelong birder Will Broussard for a program that dives into the diversity of wood warblers winging their way into the Granite State and how to identify them by sight, sound and behavior. Tips and tricks for locating them in the field and attracting them to your yard will also be discussed. No prior birding experience is necessary! Visit www.tinmountain.org closer to the date of…

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