Join us in the Cinnabar at Earl’s Lodge Sunday afternoon with the Codi Jordan Band playing Reggae and Rock Steady. The musicians play from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. For more information about The Codi Jordan check out the following link:
Join us in the Cinnabar at Earl’s Lodge Saturday afternoon with the Codi Jordan Band playing Reggae and Rock Steady. The musicians play from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. For more information about The Codi Jordan check out the following link:
Celebrate St Patty’s Day the Snowbasin Resort way! New this year, we will be putting out THREE POTS of GOLD on the mountain or in the lodges or both. In these POTS OF GOLD there will be three different prizes with one prize being a 2014/2015 Adult Premier Pass. The other prizes are yet TBD. The search for these great prizes and Pots O’s Gold will begin at 9 am and last until 4 pm. If by noon that day none of the Pots O’ Gold are found, then you will have to tune into Facebook and Twitter that day for hints that will be released every half hour.
Food specials all day at all the Lodges this year will include the traditional corned beef and cabbage, Shepard’s Pie, and Guinness Beef Stew. Bag Pipers will also be in Earl’s Lodge during the afternoon spreading the St’ Patrick’s Day Cheer for all.
Then at 3:30 pm in Earl’s Lodge, the party begins through the entire lodge. Specials will be provided by Bushmills and ‘This Must Be the Band’ will take the stage for a FREE live music show. This Must Be the Band is the premier ‘Talking Heads’ tribute band in the country and they only play Talking Heads tunes for 3 or more hours if possible. This is a show not to miss.
This Must Be the Band” is Chicago’s only and therefore best Talking Heads Tribute Band; only performing Talking Heads music, and, if possible, 3 to 4 hours at a time.
Time: All Day. Show at 3:30 pm in Earl’s Lodge
ALL AGES! FAMILIES WELCOME!
More information: 801-620-1000
Join us in the Cinnabar at Earl’s Lodge Thursday afternoon with Salem playing Funk, Jazz & Afro-Cuban. This band mixes things up with a visual video backdrop with music that supports unifying social themes. The musicians play from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. For more information about Salem check out the following link:
Join us in the Cinnabar at Earl’s Lodge Sunday afternoon with George Kilby Jr. playing Rough Cut American Roots. The musicians play from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. For more information about George Kilby Jr. check out the following link:
Join us in the Cinnabar at Earl’s Lodge Saturday afternoon with George Kilby Jr. playing Rough Cut American Roots. The musicians play from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. For more information about George Kilby Jr. check out the following link:
Snowbasin Resort will be hosting a blood drive on Thursday March 6th from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm in the Huntington Room of Earl’s Lodge. To make an appointment, please contact Steward Marsh at 801.710.6797. 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.
Your blood donation will benefit patients being treated at:
- Primary Children’s Medical Center
-Hunstman Cancer Hospital
-Shriners Hospital for Children
-University of Utah Hospital
-South Jordan Health Center
The Cinnabar is hosting one of the best Superbowl parties in all of Utah. High Definition Big Screens, enough prizes for everyone (and we mean everyone), and incredible food – and best of all it is all-you-can-eat. Two rooms with enough HD TV’s that everyone gets a great view – there is not a bad seat in this house. Delectable food on the buffets from wings, wraps, to soft pretzels, and a full complement of desserts. Full bar service available and trivia prizes!
4:00 pm-8:00 pm
All ages welcome. Must be 21 to consume alcohol.
$26 per person for the buffet (Must have food to consume alcoholic beverage)
Food Begins at 4:00 pm
First come first serve – no reservations
Snowbasin Resort Kicks off Month of Skier and Rider Safety Awareness Initiatives
Interactive Activities to Include Avalanche Awareness, Snowsports Equipment Safety Demos, Opportunities to Close the Mountain with Ski Patrol
Snowbasin, UT – Jan. 2, 2014 – In support of the National Safety Month awareness initiatives spearheaded by the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), throughout the month of January, Snowbasin Resort will host skier and rider safety awareness programs that resort guests are invited to participate in. Activities will include avalanche awareness courses, snowsports equipment safety check demonstrations, opportunities to meet an avalanche dog, close the mountain with ski patrol and more.
“The safety of our skiing and riding guests and employees is incredibly important to us. We view Safety Month as an opportunity to further educate our guests on the importance of safety on the slopes,” said John Loomis, general manager of Snowbasin Resort. “The interactive activities we have planned will offer simple tips about making good decisions that we hope will help keep people safe when on the mountain.”
Snowbasin Resort’s Safety Month event schedule includes:
“Shred for Smed” – Jan. 4
At Snowbasin, National Safety Month will kick off with a day dedicated to backcountry avalanche awareness in memory of area local, Ryan Smedley.
Intro to Beacon Use – Jan. 4 & 5
Guests interested in learning how to use a beacon are invited to do so with the Snowbasin Resort Ski Patrol from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Beacon Park.
Meet an Avalanche Dog – Jan. 4, 5, 18-20
Guests of all ages are invited to meet the avalanche dogs that assist ski patrol from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Earl’s Plaza
Avalanche Awareness – Jan. 4 & 5
At 3 p.m. in the Huntington Room, guests are invited to join an hour-long talk about avalanche awareness led by Snowbasin Ski Patrol.
Earl’s Plaza Safety Booth – Jan. 4, 5, 11, 12, 18-20, 25, 26
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., guests are invited to stop by the safety booth on Earl’s Plaza to learn about on mountain safety & have a chance to win a prize.
Close the Mountain with Ski Patrol – Jan. 4, 5, 11, 12, 18-20, 25, 26
Interested skiers and riders of intermediate and above ability level are invited to close the mountain with ski patrol. Those interested in participating will meet at 4 p.m. at the top of Needles.
Snowsports Equipment Safety Check Demonstration – Jan. 11 & 12
At 10 a.m., guests are invited to participate in a complimentary ski and snowboard safety check demonstration on Earl’s Plaza. Tips related to knowing what to look for when it comes to gear safety will be covered.
Lift Tour/Lift Safety – Jan. 11 & 12
Led by Snowbasin’s lift operations team, guests can tour Snowbasin Resort’s base area lifts and learn about lift safety measures starting at 2 pm.
Safety Booth Search & Know the Code – Jan. 18-20
Join Snowbasin Resort’s ski patrol and safety personal at our booth on mountain from 9 am – 2 pm during the day to learn about resort safety and promoting NSAA’s “Know the Code.”
Terrain Park Challenge featuring SmartStyle – Jan. 25 & 26
Join the Snowbasin Terrain Park crew at the bottom Orson’s park from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Terrain Park Challenge featuring the SmartStyle code.
For more information about Snowbasin Resort and the complete schedule of events, visit www.snowbasin.com.
The Australian Women’s Aerial Ski Team, also known as “The Flying Kangaroos” will be competing this January at the annual FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships taking place at Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resorts. Come cheer on Snowbasin Resort’s international partners in their breathtaking aerials for a high flying experience you’ll never forget.
In addition, The Flying Kangaroos will be at Snowbasin Resort on Monday, December 30th to meet the public and sign autographs in Earl’s Lodge from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
About the Flying Kangaroos and Snowbasin Resort:
The Flying Kangaroos have made Snowbasin their North American Home Resort since 2003. The team of young women includes World Champions and Olympic Medalists including two gold and a silver in Vancouver 2010. These women will be working on their technical skiing skills, aerial jumping, and simply skiing different types of terrain at Snowbasin. They’ll be easy to recognize in their Australian ski team uniforms.