Halloween Party & Dining October 29th

It’s that time of year again for Snowbasin to host its annual Halloween Party & Diner.  Come up the last Saturday in October for a great night of food and dancing from 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm. 

Doors Open at 6:30 pm

Buffet offered 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Dancing from 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm

There will also be a “Costume Contest” and a great  menu (See Below):

Carving Station

Oven roasted prime of beef

With ajus and horseradish sauce

 

Hot side

Chicken Breast stuffed with spinach and feta cheese

With red pepper coulis

Twice cooked loin of pork Greek style with wild rice pilaf and sauce aujus

Miso soy glazed Salmon with tomato infused couscous

Gorgonzola and balsamic Mashed potatoes

Fresh seasonal vegetables

 

Sauté station

Pouched black mussels with spicy red sauce over linguini

 

Soup

Roasted wild mushroom and brie

With crispy fried onions and fresh cream

 

Cold side

Baby greens with assorted sides and dressings

Caesar salad made to order

Marinated Italian pasta salad

Fresh spinach, raisin and goat cheese salad

Smoked Salmon pate with crustinis 

 

Desserts

Scary Sugar cookies

Harvest Apple cake

Pumpkin Bundt cake

Chocolate spider web cheesecake

Lemon Bars

Trick or treat chocolate Fountain

Tombstonecup cakes

 

$35 adults

$18 children 7 to 12 Y.O

With limited space, reservations are strongly recommended.
Call (801) 620-1021

Last Day for Pre-Season Pass Sales

Sunday October 2nd will be the last day Snowbasin will be offering the 2011-12 Season Passes at their discounted rate.  If you have any questions call 801.620.1000 or you can look at pass details with the link below:

http://www.snowbasin.com/winter/winter-rates/#/passes/

Snowbasin Winter Job Fair October 7th

The 2011/2012 winter season will be here before you know it, which brings a number of job opportunities at Snowbasin! Mark your calendar for Friday, October 7th from 3:00pm – 6:00pm in Earl’s Lodge for the annual Wintet Job Fair at Snowbasin.  Have the opportunity to speak with various department managers and apply on-site.  Snowbasin looks forward to seeing you there. 

Managers from the following departments will be present:

Lift Operations

Ticket Checking

Terrain Parks

Snowmaking

Terrain Park

Ticket Sales

F&B

Grizzly

Guest Services

Security

Rentals

Ski Patrol and Snowsports will not be present but are currently accepting applications for the 2011-2012 Winter season.

Download and fill out your applications ahead of time with the link below:

http://www.snowbasin.com/assets/files/emp_application.pdf

 

Entertainment and BBQ with Dizzy Desoto

Join us on Earl’s Patio Saturday for a delicious BBQ beginning at 12:30. The free music series will take place from 1pm – 5pm.  Bring your blankets, chairs and sunshades to enjoy the afternoon of good food and music!

Dizzy Desoto

No dogs or outside food on Earl’s Patio please. State law prohibits outside alcohol.

2nd Annual Livastride Fall Festival Trail Run at Snowbasin Resort

The 2nd Annual LivaStride Fall Trail Run Festival will be hosted at Snowbasin on October 1st.  The trail run events are broken down to 5K, 10K, and 25K.  There will also be a festival area with plenty of fun activiites and food for the family. Registration for this even will be open March 1st, 2011. Early registration deadline is September 17th, 2011. Races limited to 300 total runners so don’t forget to sign up early. Come join Snowbasin in the support of this great event and organization.

Cost Before Deadline (9.17.11):
5K- $25
10K- $35
25K- $45

Cost after Deadline:
5K- $35
10K- $45
25K- $55

Day of Registration begins at 7:30 am, only checks and cash will be accepted.
Race times: 25K- 9:00 am
5K and 10K- 10:00 am

There will be pre-race food, hot chocolate and coffee. Runners will be able to hang out in the lodge before and after the race where they will have the grills fired up with delicious food for purchase.

Each runner gets a t-shirt and 1 free raffle ticket. Additional tickets will be sold for $2.

Proceeds from this event go towards a Scholarship Program for individuals who need assistance with Higher Education. College graduates are more likely able to earn twice as much as someone one with a high school diploma. Other statistics show, people who attend college tend to be healthier and a generally more rounded person than someone who has just got a high school education.

For students coming from a less wealthy background the large cost of going to college can seem daunting for themselves and their family. The statistics for college graduates do clearly show that investing in the students own future can pay off dividends in the future, both in monetary value and in social skills and pleasure.*

To Register before the race go to:

WWW. LIVASTRIDE.ORG