Skking has drawn to a close. The loop of man made snow at Huron Meadows held up incredibly well, especially, given the unusually warm conditions. But it is finely gone.
There’s no better way to transition into spring activities than to join folks at the Meadow’s clubhouse on April 11th, for our annual end of season groomer appreciation, ski swap, pass out money party.
That’s a lot of ground to cover for one party, but we get the job done. Everyone’s invited. No need to be on a team, or club member. We’ll even let Downstaters who are on up North teams in the door!
Here’s the format:
There’s a Facebook page to provide updates. If you’ve got something to sell or trade, post a picture and let the world see: https://www.facebook.com/groomerappreciationparty.
This is our one and only chance to show our support of the ski program to the Metroparks. Large turnouts definitely get noticed. Low turnouts don’t help the cause. So come out, see people you ski with wearing regular clothes, tell some good stories, and get ready to roller ski.
Studies have shown that if you skied at Huron Meadows this year, and don’t come to the party, you have a 65% higher chance of breaking a pole while skiing, and a 38% higher chance of using the wrong wax on race day! Why take the chance, come on out.