Thursday, January 18, 2007

And Let The Events Begin!!!

For those of us who work in the events world, we couldn't be happier that the cold has come, and just in time for some of the best events of the season! This Saturday, will be the Catskill Mountain Series Slopestyle event in the terrain park. All are invited to join this great event, but keep in mind, you must be a member of USASA! (You can sign up for this at registration!)

On Monday, January 22ND, the first race of the LocalMotion series will be kicking off! Registration will start at 9am, with the race starting at 11am! Anyone is invited to attend. This is a fun race series that allows friends to get together and race down the hill for bragging rights. The cost of the race is $12, which includes the race and the apres ski party to be held at Slopes, in Tannersville starting at 5PM.

Also next week is the East Coast Police Winter Games, held Wednesday-Friday. This is a race to salute New York's Finest. Members of various police stations will be competing in this race, along with family and friends. Make sure to stop by the mountain and check out this great event!!! Many more events to come the week of the 29Th, an update soon to come on those events!!!!

The events world is kicking it into a high gear! Watch for more updates on upcoming events that are fun for all!!!


Anonymous said...

Driving past this morning, on my way to work, I was dissappointed to see the lack of serious snow making. There was no new snow to bee seen on any of the closed trails. It's painfully apparent that Hunter has cut back drastically on it's snow making this year. If they don't blow on challenging trails, we might as well as be skiing in Windham, at least they have a few doubles open. :(

The Hamburgler said...

Just over one week 'till Team Moose Knuckle descends on Hunter Mountain. We've got games too, and invite all to participate. Lube up your antlers boys, its Moose season!!

Anonymous said...

Wah,Wah, Wahahah!! There should be a new rule for the blog. No Negativity! Be grateful for the snow that is on the MTN. Do yourselves a favor it just hit up the slopes. More trails will come with time, be patient. The terrain park is going to be sick this weekend and there are a lot of exciting things happening at Hunter. To many people expect miracles to be performed now that a couple of weeks of cold weather has shown up. Chill out and carve! So what is Mooseknuckle? To those who want snow, go to Western Oklahoma, there gonna get 2 feet!!!
:D Cheer up Charlie :D

Jessica said...

You rule! And I rule too, yes I do answer e-mails and post at midnight or after! What can I say...I love Hunter Mountain.