Let’s agree that Stowe is on the East Coast. Let’s agree that East Coast Skiing & Snowboarding sometimes comes with it’s challenges. Sometimes it’s darn cold. Sometimes the precipitation isn’t frozen. Sometimes the legs just need a break… or maybe Winter Sports aren’t your cup of tea, but you’ve come along as a good sport.
While Stowe is famous for the trails cut by the CCC on Mansfield, there is so much more to our community.
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The 4th Annual Ladies Night at the Museum is all about fashion fun! That dress, those shoes, that make-up you never get to wear or use? It’s time to glam up, rally some girlfriends, and join in for a great evening of lady fun and celebrations, food and wine, casual networking, fashion, comedy, shopping, dancing and so much MORE to benefit the Clarina Howard Nichols Center. Continue reading Red Carpet Madness-Ladies Night at the Museum
The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum Celebrates the History of the National Ski Patrol!
Mark your calendars and hold the date! Plan to be in Stowe, Vermont on Saturday November 14th to celebrate the organization’s great history when the Museum opens this new year-long exhibit. See artifacts from the rich history on display as the Museum dedicates its entire main floor to telling the story of the NSP. More details on the exhibit opening and Hall of Fame Induction will be coming soon, plan to be in Stowe November 14th for a weekend of fun around our shared commitment to the skiing and riding.
Schedule of Events:
12-4:30 – visit the Museum for a sneak peak at the exhibit
2pm – Official Exhibit Opening featuring dignitaries from the national, regional, and local patrols
5:30-10 – Join us at Schuss: A Fundraising Celebration at the Stoweflake where NSP member Charlie Lord will be inducted and Dr. Gretchen Besser will receive the Paul Robbins Ski Journalism Award.
The Stoweflake has offered a room rate of $129 for 11/13 and/or 11/14; call for reservations 800-253-2232.