Ashley Caldwell (Freestyle Aerials), Annalisa Drew (Freeski Halfpipe), Chas Guldemond (Snowboard Slopestyle), Hannah Kearney (Freestyle Mogals) and Julia Krass (Freeski Slopestyle) make up the five WVBBTS/SEF team members who will be traveling to Russia.
Here’s Looking at You Kid: Casablanca on the big screen this Valentine’s Day at the Discovery Center
As the Official Mountain Resort of the Boston Red Sox, Waterville Valley Resort is proud to host the World Series trophies from each of the team’s Championships in 2004, 2007, and 2013 on February 19, 2014. The trophies were on display at Waterville Valley Resort’s booth at the Boston Ski Show in November 2013, but this will be the first time they make their way up Interstate 93 and onto the mountain. With some of the best snow conditions in New England and 6 Olympians with ties to Waterville Valley Resort headed to Sochi, championship pedigree is no stranger to Waterville Valley.
For a ninth straight year, Waterville Valley Resort is utilizing its resources to raise money for Boarding For Breast Cancer (B4BC). Over the previous eight years, Waterville Valley Resort has raised over $38,000 for B4BC, a non-profit, youth focused, education, awareness, and fundraising foundation. This two-day event, which concentrates the donation efforts of both employees and guests, has been steadily increasing in size and stature every year. “We are all affected in one way or another by breast cancer.
The Manor on Golden Pond is joining with the Boston Wine School to offer a series of themed wine dinners. Guests can expand their wine knowledge and please their palates with the Manor’s award-winning cuisine. Jonathon Alsop, founder of the Boston Wine School and accomplished teacher, author and wine writer, will begin the evening with a wine class, focusing on a wine region or varietal. Following the class, guests will be served a delectable three-course wine pairing dinner, prepared by the Manor’s Executive Chef Peter Sheedy.
Looking for something to do for the whole family during February Vacation but don’t want to break the bank? Check out all the great activities at the Margret and H.A. Rey Center in Waterville Valley. Voted “Best Cure for Curiosity”, the Margret and H.A. Rey Center offers a smorgasbord of free and paid programs for kids, adults and the whole family.
The event will take place again this year on February 1st & 2nd 2014 and will include a product raffle and Pink Rail Jam.
Grooming? Try a bicycle with some chains attached. Helmets? A leather hat with ear flaps. $3,000 skis? Hers cost $27! How times have changed and how training philosophies have progressed.
Division 1 College Classic Technique, Short Distance Races - Great spectator event on the FIS International Homologated Race Course at Jackson XC with high speeds and big excitement. Men’s 10 km race starts at 9:30 a.m. Women’s 5 km starts at 11 a.m. Spectator shuttle buses available from Jackson Village. No spectator parking at the Eagle Mt House. For more information email@example.com or call 383-9355 or visit www.jacksonxc.org.
To win the Google Lunar XPRIZE, a privately funded team must successfully place a robot on the Moon’s surface that explores at least 500 meters and transmits high definition video and images back to Earth. The competition is geared toward democratizing space, so that in the 21st century, not only governments but individuals and companies with vision, daring and willingness to work hard on ambitious goals can explore the Moon and beyond.