Zentangle Meditative Drawing
Jan
19
1:00 AM01:00

Zentangle Meditative Drawing

Cost:  $60 per person or $100/couple (includes materials)
Instructor: Susan Carr CZT [Certified Zentangle Teacher]

Participants will engage in a relaxed setting to learn the Zentangle method. The process is a simple pathway to relaxation, focus and calming a busy mind. The Zentangle method is an easy to learn, fun and relaxing way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. No artistic skill is needed to experience satisfying results. This meditative art form can be easily integrated into your daily life. 

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Changes in Altitude Ski-A-Thon
Feb
3
8:00 AM08:00

Changes in Altitude Ski-A-Thon

Ski like a Pirate at the Swashbucker's Ski-A-Thon. All proceeds benefit the Waterville Adaptive Sports program. There will be a Apres Ski Beach Bash and Auction at the Waterville Valley Conference and Event Center. For all the info visit:
firstgiving.com to set up your Personal Pirate Page and follow watervilleadaptive.com for all the latest news and info.

Raise money for the Waterville Valley Adaptive Program and receive an Express Lift Pass for the Ski-A-Thon on February 3rd!

REGISTRATION: 8:00 - 9:00 AM under the tent located near the base of White Peaks Quad. START TIME: 9:00 AM with 5 hours of skiing or riding to get the most runs in!

Sign up as an individual or team, raise or donate $100 ($150 if you need a ski pass for the day), and enjoy:“No Wait” Express Lift Line Privileges! Souvenir Ski-A-Thon Tee Shirt!All participants receive a commemorative Tee Shirt, but the prizes just build from there.

Join WVAS for an Après Ski Beach Party at the Conference Center beginning at 5:00pm on Saturday, February 3rd. The evening will include live and silent auctions along with a (jimmy) buffet and appetizers. Tickets to the event will be $50.00/ person and $20.00 for kids 12 and under. Grab your Hawaiian shirt and grass skirt for a night that will melt the cold away!!

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Boarding for Breast Cancer Weekend
Feb
3
to Feb 4

Boarding for Breast Cancer Weekend

Take part in our annual Pink Raffle to support B4BC. Waterville has raised over $50,000 in the last 11 years through this event. Boarding 4 Breast Cancer (B4BC) is a non-profit, youth-focused education, awareness, and fundraising foundation. B4BC’s mission is to increase awareness about breast cancer, the importance of early detection and the value of an active lifestyle.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
THE ANNUAL B4BC RAFFLE- SAT. 2/3 & SUN. 2/4

Tons of product will be up for grabs! We will be raffling off everything from helmets to outerwear and even snowboards! Raffle tickets can be purchased Saturday or Sunday in the Sunroom of the Base Lodge for $2 each or 6 for $10. Don't worry, you do not need to be present to win! Raffle winners will be drawn Sunday 2/4 and 3pm.

Rail Jam Sunday 2/4

  • Registration is from 8-10am in the Base Lodge Sunroom $20 per person to enter. Must have a lift ticket or seasons pass.
  • Rail Jam starts at 11am
  • Awards in the Base Lodge Sunroom at 12:15pm

Where the Money Raised Goes...100% of the funds raised will be donated to B4BC to support their Step 1, Step 2 educational program.

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Toyota Revolution Tour 2018 - Slopestyle
Feb
11
to Feb 16

Toyota Revolution Tour 2018 - Slopestyle

The Toyota Revolution Tour will return to Waterville Valley for slopestyle competitions for free skiing and snowboading on Feb. 11-16, 2018.

The U.S. Revolution Tour has proved to be a progressive venue for today’s top junior riders to take the competitive stage in halfpipe, slopestyle, skicross and big air. The tour is designed to serve as a stepping-stone for athletes making the transition from competing at the grassroots level to the elite level. The series is focused towards riders 14-19 years old for HP and SS, and 13-19 years old for BA and SX. Top winners may earn an invite to be part of the U.S. Grand Prix, Junior Worlds, USASA Nationals, and participate in Project Gold camps. Competition format may vary slightly at each stop, but athletes will always compete as an open class.

For more info and registration details please visit: ussa.org

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Reiki l
Feb
17
9:00 AM09:00

Reiki l

Cost: $150 (Includes 6-hour course, manual, course materials, hands-on instruction, First Degree Reiki Certification, Reiki Certificate, and ongoing post-class guidance).
Instructor: Debra England, BSN, RN, CHC, INHC, RMT – Usui and Karuna Reiki Master Teacher (Deb is a Registered Nurse, Certified Health and Integrative Nutrition Coach, and Certified Reiki Master Teacher in Usui and Karuna disciplines with a decade of experience as a practitioner, coach, teacher, and healer.)

This interactive course will include a brief overview of the history of Reiki and the current science behind it, hands-on instruction in how to use Reiki for Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual health of self and others, and a summary of energy principles related to wellness.  Students will earn First Degree Reiki Certification through an engaging combination of discussion, activities, and supervised skills demonstration.  Please wear comfortable, unrestrictive clothing and bring a bag lunch, along with an open mind.

Prerequisites: An open mind and desire to learn. No prior experience necessary!  This course is appropriate for ages 16 and above.   Register here

NOTE:  Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Rachelle Lyons at (603) 535-3270 or rllyons@plymouth.edu.

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Poetry for Everyone
Feb
18
1:00 PM13:00

Poetry for Everyone

Cost: Free
Instructor: Arlene Taranow is a National Writing Project in NH teacher-consultant who also works with student teachers through Plymouth State University.  

Participants will be encouraged to unleash their inner poet, regardless of background and level of experience in writing verse (or lack thereof). Our focus will be on accessible poetry for everyone! We’ll explore various poems and take a close look at language, humor, and poetic devices to help us stretch our own creativity. All writing will be guided with step by step exercises. Come and tap into your creativity!

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Starry Nights at Sunnyside Timberlodge
Jan
13
5:00 PM17:00

Starry Nights at Sunnyside Timberlodge

Join us for our Starry Nights Celebration! Starry Nights offers gourmet dining to an acoustic beat while nestled mountainside around a fire inside the Sunnyside Timberlodge.  Guests will enjoy the stars as they ride up the Valley Run Quad then ski or ride to the Sunnyside Timberlodge along a torch lit trail. Upon arrival at the lodge, trade out ski and snowboard boots for cozy souvenir socks and warm-up fireside with appetizers, wine and beer while chatting with friends and listening to local musician. The night will culminate with a Torchlight Parade by skiing or riding down the Valley Run trail under the stars. 
 
The event is all-inclusive; beer, wine and meal, and tickets are $135 per person (including tax). This event is open to ages 16+.  Space is limited, reservations required.

Book your spot today by calling Therese at 603-236-8311 ext. 3000 or 1-800-468-2553! 

Season Passholders receive a 10% discount!
 
What to Know: Guests should meet on the second floor of the base lodge at 5:00pm The lift will load promptly at 5:30pm. Please dress warmly, including ski or snowboard boots. All guests will be given complimentary socks upon arrival to Sunnyside Timberlodge.

Can't make this event? Don't worry, there's more! Additional dates for Starry Nights is February 24, 2018.

Starry Nights Menu 2017/18

APPETIZERS
Charcuterie Board
Bounties of the Sea Display

SALAD
Arugula salad (Red wine poached pears, candied pecans, smoked blue cheese, champagne vinaigrette) 

ENTRÉES
Pasta Station
Panko Crusted Eggplant Roulette (stuffed with pepper mushrooms basil shaved carrots and ricotta topped with homemade Pomodoro sauce)
Arctic Char with a sundried tomato jus and crispy leeks (blistered multicolored grape tomatoes and parsley for garnish)
Venison Wellington
Roasted red pepper scalloped potatoes
Root Vegetable Medley (beets, Brussel sprouts, carrots, apples)

DESSERTS
Bananas foster with ice cream

 

 

 

 

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Nordic Women's Clinic
Jan
13
9:00 AM09:00

Nordic Women's Clinic

The Schedule

Saturday 1/13 

 

9:00-10:00           Meet and greet at the center, coffee and goodies

10:00-12:00         On-snow Instruction based on level and technique

12:00-1:00           Fresh lunch provided, Special Presentation with Dr. Heather Tallman-Ruhm

1:00-3:00              On-snow Instruction, specific skill based clinics, or free ski

3:00-4:00              Yoga in Town Square

3:30-4:30              Wine and Wax Clinic with Amber Dodge-Freeman           

The Details

Cost $95, $85 for Waterville Valley Season Pass holders

Includes ski passes, ski and boot demos or high performance rentals, coffee, goodies, lunch, yoga class and qualifies you for specials on gear at the Nordic Center. Expect a mini-Swix trunk sale this year!

What to Bring:

Ski Equipment (or Demo or rent from us).

Warm clothing and plenty of layers, extras for changing out of sweaty ones mid-day!

Hat, XC gloves, Sunglasses & Sunscreen

Water belt or pack recommended.

We are a full service touring center. This means we can suit you up from head to toe if you’re totally new to the sport or help you freshen up your skiing experience. We have a fantastic selection of technical and fun outerwear, accessories and shiny new skis and boots from Swix, Salomon, Atomic and Fischer.

We hand pick our merchandise and only have what we want to wear and to ski with, and as much fun as it is to have in the shop, it’s even more fun to see someone using it!

If you bring your own gear call ahead and we’ll make sure we can get your skis waxed and ready for your day.

 Where to Stay:
Call our reservation specialists directly for the best prices. Group and special event pricing available. 1-800-GO-VALLEY.

Or call the Nordic Center 603-236-5201 for more information.

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Bruce the Moose Birthday Bash!
Dec
30
9:00 AM09:00

Bruce the Moose Birthday Bash!

Bruce will be handing out cupcakes at 1pm for his birthday! Bruce is also putting on his scavenger hunt!  Team up with family and friends to find all of Bruce's items in the base area.  Sign up on the first floor of the Base Lodge at the Guest Service desk between 9-10am to participate for a chance to win some awesome prizes!  Participants will be given a list of items to find and a pen and will have to mark off all the spots that Bruce has hidden his items.  Return the completed map to the Guest Service desk by 2pm for your teams chance to win! 

Schedule: 

9-10am   Scavenger Hunt Registration on the 2nd floor of the base lodge at the Guest Service Desk.

9am-2pm    Base area Scavenger Hunt (Return completed hunt sheet to the Guest Service desk)

1pm    Bruce hands out cupcakes near the White Peaks Express Quad

2pm    Bruce draws the winner of the scavenger hunt at the Guest Service Desk.

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Season Ease-In Rail Jam
Dec
16
9:00 AM09:00

Season Ease-In Rail Jam

Dust off your gear and kick off the Season on December 16th! Get out and shred the park during this early season rail jam with prizes from ROME SDS, 686 and Oakley.

Registration opens at 9am on the second floor of the Base Lodge; $10 CASH ONLY walk up only fee. The jam will start at 10am with awards directly after the 2 hour set. Get after it!

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