North shore Tahoe
SEPTEMBER EVENTS AROUND THE LAKE:
Thru 9/4: Burning Man 2006
Thru 9/4: Best in the West Rib Cook Off
8/31: DJ Tiesto
9/1-3: Hawaiian Outrigger Regatta
9/2: Truckee River Reggae Festival
9/2: English Beat
9/2: Brad Paisley
9/3: 18th Annual Alpen Wine Festival
9/3: Sugar Bowl Music Festival 2006
9/3: Def Leppard/ Journey
This year’s Labor Day celebration includes the return of Wild West Air Fest with a Circus Chimera, Steamboat Stock Dog Trials, Rocky Mountain Bull Bash Pro Bull Riding, Art on the Mountain and more!
Hazie’s at the top of the Gondola is hosting the first annual Martini Festival on September 15 featuring martini samplers such as the Mafia Kiss, Sunset Cosmo and Blue Bayou, with a selection of Hazie’s signature appetizers. On September 23, Hazie’s offers European cuisine at 9,000 feet with a Bavarian Festival.
We wish you a fun-filled fall and remind you to mark your calendar now: opening day for the 2006/2007 winter season is right around the corner on November 22, 2006!
Vail Beaver Creek
KIDS FLY & SKI— FREE
When you take your family on an incredible vacation to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone resorts, your kids, aged 2 - 12, will FLY FREE* on American Airlines or United Airlines to the Vail/Eagle County Airport! Plus, kids will ski free, and we have fantastic specials on lodging and skiing for the entire family
PARK CITY, Utah (Aug. 31) – Olympic halfpipe gold medalist Hannah Teter (Belmont, VT) has been nominated by the Women’s Sports Foundation as a finalist for the Sportswoman of the Year award, honoring extraordinary performances in women's athletics.
Voting closes tonight, August 31 at midnight ET, to cast your vote for Stephens, log on to: www.sportswomanvote.com.
In February Teter became the second American to win Olympic halfpipe gold, besting silver medalist Gretchen Bleiler (Aspen, CO) and 2002 Olympic gold medalist Kelly Clark (Mount Snow, VT) in the process. The victory propelled her to win the ESPY Award for Best Female Action Sports Athlete following her third consecutive year as a nominee in the category.
The Olympic success then compelled the 19-year-old Vermont native and former X Games champion to launch a line of Grade A, Vermont Maple Syrup called "Hannah's Gold", with all profits donated to poverty stricken children in Africa through a partnership with World Vision. Athletically, she also won the only two World Cup competitions she entered with back-to-back victories to open the season in Valle Nevado, Chile. To qualify for the Olympic Team, Teter hit the podium in three of five Grand Prix events, including a victory at the opening event in Breckenridge, Colorado.
The award winners will be announced on Monday, October 16, 2006, and honored at the Annual Salute to Women in Sports Awards Dinner at the Waldorf=Astoria in New York City
All for one pass Killington, Sugarloaf, Sunday River, Pico
The All for One Pass is the Best Deal in Eastern Skiing - Ever
Ski and ride Sugarloaf PLUS Killington, Mount Snow, Attitash, Sunday River and Pico – all season long for one low price.
Starting at only $395, it pays for itself after just 6 visits.
And great skiing and riding are just the beginning. Some All for One Pass levels include exclusive benefits like :
Photo: Killington Marketing
Lift ticket discounts for friends
Discounts in ASC retail shops
Free Perfect Turn ® clinics
VIP lodging rates (up to 25% off)
Exclusive offers throughout the season