Pray for Snow Party

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Come bid adieu to summer, those hot days at the lake, and those dusty rides on the trail, and start dreaming of  winter! Powder stashes, off-piste ‘point-it’ sessions, face shots, and comforting food and lodges.  Remember what that tomato bisque tasted like?  The chili?  The Basin Connection after a great day on the slopes? It won’t be long if we all ‘Pray for Snow’!!

Free music and fun for the whole family! Food and beverage will be available for purchase, including hot drink specials!  Ski Flicks on the TV’s and the Big Screens! Live music from Two and a Half White Guys.

We will be releasing a ‘PRAY FOR SNOW’ beer only available at Snowbasin Resort for the entire state of UT.  It will be brewed by 10 Barrel Brewing Company.

Also, we will announce the WINNER of our 2014/15 Adult Value Season Pass from our #SnowbasinBBBBQ Instagram Contest – start entering now!

***No outside food or beverage allowed in the music venue or the lodge.  Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol including beer & wine on premise.  Bags may be subject to search at the music venue gate and any alcohol or outside food may be confiscated.  Dogs are allowed in the music venue, but they must be on a leash at all times, and they must stay on the grassy areas.  Dogs are never allowed in the lodges or on the patio.

Dark Sky Martian Stargazing with Ogden Astronomical Society

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Join us for dark sky stargazing with the Ogden Astronomical Society – a rare opportunity to view the stars from the top of Snowbasin Resort! You might even get the chance to see a martian!

Alien costume contest and live entertainment from Voodoo Productions – Electro-Men, Umbrella Girls, LED Hula Dancers, and more surprises!

Food available inside Needles and outside on the Needles Patio a la carte.

Gondola tickets – $12 Adults, $6 kids, 6 and under free.

No additional charge with a 2014/15 Season Pass!

Pick up your season pass in the Grizzly Center before and during the event!

No outside food or beverage.

Telescopes for stargazing provided by the Ogden Astronomical Society.

No reservations required – please call (801) 620-1000 for more info.

Blood Drive with ARUP Blood Services

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Snowbasin Resort will be hosting a blood drive in partnership with ARUP Blood Services on Saturday, August 30th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm in the Huntington Room of Earl’s Lodge.

Contributors need the following to participate: Photo ID, minimum of 110 pounds, 18 years old or older,  remember to eat well and drink extra fluids before.

Visit www.arupbloodservices.org to make your appointment online. Once you create or access your profile, enter B373 in the search field.

Walk-ins are welcome!

Please call (801) 620-1000 for more information.

Your blood donation will benefit patients being treated at:

- Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital

-Huntsman Cancer Institute

-Shriners Hospital for Children

-University of Utah Health Care

 

ARUP Blood Services – your local, nonprofit blood-collection center

(801) 584-5272 – www.utahblood.org

Weber Pathways Trail Mixer

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Date: Friday, August 22, 2014

Time: 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Where: Earl’s Lodge

Join us at the Weber Pathways 3rd Annual Trail Mixer for an evening of fun, food and fundraising to support the trails you love! This event will kick off at 5:30 p.m. on Earl’s Patio with a social provided by Sonora Grill and bar-b-que dinner accompanied  with live music by local artist Raven Spirit. Well-known auctioneer Chris Zimmerman will be auctioning off top of the line outdoor gear and activities in a live and silent auction. With your support, Weber Pathways will continue to extend and improve our wonderful system of trails in Weber County. You can pre-register for this event at WeberPathways.org or at the event.

Tickets are $50. All but $22.50 of each ticket is tax deductible.

Weber Pathways is a non-profit organization in Weber County, Utah, dedicated to trails and pathways for walkers, runners, hikers, cyclists, horseback riders, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and other non-motorized trail users.

Halloween Party November 1st, 2014

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Tricks, Treats, Dinner and Entertainment!

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

5:30 – 9:30 pm at Earl’s Lodge

Dinner Buffet 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Children’s Games, Prizes & Treat Baskets

Costume Contest .  Live DJ & Dance Floor .  Cash Bar

$30 Adults (12 & Over)

$12 Kids 6-11

Kids 5 & under FREE

Halloween Party Menu 2014

After dinner is over at 8:00 pm, guests may join in the festivities for free.

Bulleit Bourbon Whiskey Dinner

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The Bulleit Bourbon Whiskey Dinner features hors d’ oeuvres and a four-course dinner paired with Bulleit Bourbon whiskeys. Taste an array of Bulleit Bourbon whiskeys paired with opulent culinary creations and listen to Tom Bulleit, owner of Bulleit Bourbon, describe his family’s distillery process. Live entertainment from Luke Maurer.

The Bulleit Bourbon Whiskey Dinner is at Earl’s Lodge on Friday, November 14th at 6pm and is $65 per person, which includes a complimentary whiskey glass and stainless steel flask.

Whiskey Dinner Menu 2014

For reservations, please call (801) 620-1021

All guests must be 21 years of age with valid ID.

Mt. Ogden Midweek Race Series

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www.mtogdenraceseries.com

Wednesday night mountain bike races

Registration starts at 5:30 pm   race at 6:30 pm

2014 MTB Racing Guide

$10 per race and $5 race plate (one time purchase to keep throughout the season. If lost replacements are $5)

$5 per race and free race plate for high school riders

Categories for both Men and Women:

A – 6:30 pm (Expert/Pro)

B – 6:31 pm (Sport)

C – 6:32 pm (Beginner)

*Kids race – 6:45 pm

Entry fee will be $5 per racer.

*check schedule for kids race dates.

Course map: http://www.mtogdenraceseries.com/course/

Prizes at 8:00 pm

Registration:

From 5:30 pm till 6:20 pm.

Categories:

All Racers must fill out a release form for each race. Minors must have a parent or legal guardian sign the release form. Helmets must be worn any time racers are on their bikes.

Points/Prizes:

Each race will have a prizes for 1st, 2nd 3rd in each flight, male and female. Points are awarded to racers based on finish placements and are cumulative throughout the season. Points are awarded to all racers based on the amount of entrants with the top eight race results counted towards the overall point series. Series winners will be recognized at the last race of the season.

For questions email: teamexcelerator@gmail.com

Wildflower Trailfest July 31st, 2014

The Wildflower Trailfest  is a fun event for girls and women who love ridin’ dirt.  It is the only mountain bike event in Utah of its kind and includes a clinic and race option.  If you are new to the sport or would like to gain some more confidence on the trails register for the clinic.   The race category includes both an individual or relay option in beginner, sport, and expert divisions. Cash prizes will be given to the top racers in each age group along with a custom Scott James Jewelry Silver Chain and unique charm.  We will all enjoy a summer treat after as we celebrate together. For more information call 801-644-9940 or email wildflowerpedalfest@gmail.com.

 

Culinary Expedition: Indian Cuisine

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While dining at Needles Lodge with breathtaking views, experience traditional Indian cuisine and exciting live entertainment!

The menu will include Kachumber Salad, Raita, Aviyal, Lamb Vindaloo, Goan Fish Curry, Kashmiri Palav, Butter Chicken, Kheer, Mango Cheesecake and many more delicious traditional Indian dishes. See the full menu here: Culinary Expeditions – Indian

‘Raks Sharki’ dancers will serenade and mystify the audience with enchanting dance and music.  Entertainers will use fire and swords to add an element of danger to the performance while still remaining elegant.  The dancers will perform from 7pm-9pm during the Culinary Expedition.

The Dining Discovery: Indian Culinary Expedition is $70 per person. It will be held on Saturday, August 30th, 2014 at 6:00 pm at Needles Lodge and includes tax, gratuity, a ride up the gondola and live entertainment. To make reservations, please call (801) 620-1021. For more information on Dining Discovery events, click here.

 

Culinary Expedition: Farm-to-Table Dining

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Take a culinary expedition of Northern Utah’s locally sourced food, designed and prepared by the Snowbasin culinary team in four courses. Talk with the purveyors of these delicious local items and discuss why local is better!

The menu will include a local cheese plate from Gold Creek Farms in Kamas, Utah, Smoked Duck Breast Glazed with Slide Ridge Honey and salt harvested from the Great Salt Lake, Mountain Valley Trout from Smithfield, Utah, a Yak, Apple & Gorgonzola Meatloaf with spicy bourbon peach glaze with Yak from Yakety Yak Farm in Huntsville, Utah, and more. All produce will be sourced from local farm stands and Borski Farms in Kaysville, Utah. Purveyors include Borski’s Farm Produce, Morgan Valley Lamb, Fog River Salmon, Beehive Cheese, Gold Creek Cheese, Daily Rise Coffee Co., Lehi Roller Mills, Creminelli Fine Meats, and Cox Honey Farms.

See the full menu here: Culinary Expeditions – Farm to Table

The Dining Discovery: Farm – to – Table Culinary Expedition is $70 per person. It will be held on Saturday, September 27th, 2014 at 6:30 pm at Needles Lodge and includes a ride up the gondola, tax, gratuity and live entertainment. To make reservations, please call (801) 620-1021. For more information on Dining Discovery events, click here.