Upcoming Events in Killington Vermont
Telemark Demo Day at Pico
- This event is free to anyone with a lift ticket for the day or valid season pass.
Next Snow Search Qualifier
- The Sports Illustrated For Kids Next snow Search is not just a competition. Style, attitude, and personality count as well as all-round skiing and riding ability. There is only one class of competition that includes everyone interested in participating, including adaptive athletes. The only requirement is that you are between the ages of 9 and 13. The Search is the first all-around, all-mountain, all-people competition to make the 2006 Sports Illustrated For Kids nextXsnow team.
Skier Only Night Rail Jam
- The venue will be set up just off the deck at the base of Outerlimits. This event will be easily viewed from the deck. This is part of a four part skier rail jam series where the overall best male and female skiers will win a 2006-2007 Bronze All for One Season Pass.
Registration will run from 3-4 pm.
Competition will be limited to the first 75 people to sign up. Online sign up available.
AIWF Dinner with guest of honor Ed Behr
- The Vermont Chapter of The American institute of Wine and Food hosts guest of honor, Ed Behr who will speak about the past & future of Vermont foods.
The menu will include Vermont game birds, lamb, cheeses and winter fruit & vegetables.
Ed Behr, publisher of the quarterly, The Art of Eating & author of The Artful Eater, has precision insight when it comes to gustatory pleasures.
He takes you into the art of being a gourmand, schooling you with his experience & studious observations.
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Collegiate Snow Fest
- During the day check out all the activities at the K-1 Lodge - outside hot tub parties, tons of free giveaways, free movie & pizza nights and a ton more.
After hanging out on the mountain all day, head down the Killington road and take advantage of the special discounts at the local ski & snowboard shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs available only for college students.
Check our website for complete schedule.
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Collegiate Snow Fest Part 2
- During the day check out all the activities at the K-1 Lodge - outside hot tub parties, tons of free giveaways, free movie & pizza nights, and a ton more.
After hanging out on the mountain all day, head down the Killington road and take advantage of the special discounts at the local ski/snowboard shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs available only for college students.
Check out our website for complete listing.
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USSA REvolution Tour
- A competition that brings together athletes across the east to identify the top juniors.
Halfpipe, slopestyle and snowboard cross athletes compete together in an open-class style event. Riders will be ranked overall and within their age classes. Top juniors will be named to US Snowboarding's Project Gold, a group of the top development athletes in the country who will train together in the summer and be invited to other select projects.
- All riders compete in slopestyle for prizes at Killington and the top riders may qualify for a shot at competing on the national level for a chance to gain national recognition.
USASA Central Vermont Series Boardercross
USASA Central Vermont Series Pipe
USASA Central Vermont Series Slopestyle
Suzuki Pipe Jam
- A chance of winning a share of the $3,500 cash purse.
The event will also feature equipment prize giveaways, as well as promotional merchandise from Elan/Dolomite, Nitro Snowboards, and Suzuki Automotive.
During the event, there will be an emcee announcing, music, Suzuki vehicle displays and prize giveaways. Test drives will also be available as well as the new Suzuki concept vehicle.
- Mask making will be happening at the K-1 Lodge from 3-5 pm. Live entertainment will be provided by Los Blancos.
For the evening you will want to head to the Wobbly Barn to party in style. The Noble and Ancient Krewe of The Roostertail and The Wobbly Barn Steakhouse will proudly present Kid Money's Annual Mardi Gras Ball.
This event is 21+ and costume required.
VASS Pepsi Ski Challenge at Pico
- The Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing recreational sports opportunities to adults and children with disabilities. Register online or by phone.
Annual Tele Fling at Pico
- Join Pico and Mountain Travelers Hike and Ski Shop for a day of telemark demos and $5 telemark lessons.
This event will bring together top telemark ski and boot manufacturers for a free demo.
The demos are open to anyone with a lift ticket for the day or a valid season pass. $5 lessons will range from first-timers to seasoned vets looking to get a few extra pointers. There's always more to learn on telemark skis.
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Next Snow Search Finals
- The culmination of a nationwide search for the best skiers and riders 9-13 years old.
More than 100 athletes will converge on Killington to compete in a plethora of on-snow activities.
This event is much more than just a competition, it is an all around on-snow festival.
There will be a sponsor village with music set up on the deck of the Bear Lodge, and ice cave for the kids.
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Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge
- Racing fun for the whole family. The Mountain Dew team will set up the venue for you to enjoy all day long. Race gates will be set up on Snowshed on Saturday. Registration to race the gates is free and will be held in the Snowshed Lodge at the DJ booth, set up especially for this event. There will be tons of prizes for the winners of the race and tons of raffle prizes as well.
Sunday the events move to Pico.
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Boarding for Breast Cancer
- This is a fantastic weekend dedicated to raising money and awareness to help fight breast cancer. Our goal is to raise $25,000 over the weekend. Please join us for all the fun and help us meet our goal.
March 9 at the Wobbly Barn come for the bachelor and silent auction. Adults 21 and over only. For more details call the Wobbly Barn at 802-422-6171.
March 11 features two great events, Snow Golf Tournament and Rider only Night Rail Jam.
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Sprint US Freestyle Championships
- Aside from competition,live music and a product expo and festival will take place in and around the Bear Mountain Lodge.
Fans from across New England and beyond are expected to attend the spectator-friendly event, which will also feature an opening ceremony and numerous opportunities for supporters to seek autographs from their favorite athletes.
March 23 â€" Superpipe. March 24 â€" Moguls. March 25 â€" Aerials. March 26 â€" Dual Moguls.
Bear Mountain Rail Jam Challenge
- The finals for the four part skier only rail jam series. This event will be held on a special set up of rails just below the Superpipe at Bear Mountain.
Prizes will be awarded for the top skiers in this jam and an overall top skier for the series will be crowned.
Registraion is $10 and will be open from 8-10 am in the Bear Mountain Lodge.
10th Annual Sunshine Daydream Festival
- A tribute to the Grateful Dead. Jerry-followers as well as those who simply enjoy soulful music will find an all-day party plus classic New England spring skiing and riding.
On or off the snow, Deadheads and wanna-bes will find activities for all ages.
Ben & Jerry`s will be giving out free samples of ice cream, plus there will be a mini shakedown, drum circles and tie-dying.
25th Annual Pond Skimming
- The contest, known for its wacky costumes and wet antics, is part of Killington`s long spring line-up of events.
The pond, located at the base of the Superstar trail, is then filled with chilled water. Contestants begin the skim by gathering up as much speed as possible then attempt to slide across the pond and to make it to the other side without getting wet.
The event will happen rain or shine.
Nonfiction Writing with Vermont Authors
- Editor Linda Bland speaks on freelance writing.
Sponsored by the League of Vermont Writers.
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26th Annual Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge
- Each year 200 amateur bumpers line up to show their stuff in this annual spring event on Outer Limits, the steepest mogul slope in eastern North America, covering 1,200 feet of vertical in a half a mile.
Spectators relax in the sun at the bottom of the trail on lawn chairs and sofas with barbecue grills and coolers in tow, ready to officially celebrate the rites of spring skiing.
Yes, there's even a cook-off in the crowd too, complete with trophies.
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- Join hundreds of other snowboarders in the final snowboard event of the season.
Sat. - Pipe Competition and Night Rail Jam. This will also be the finals for the three part snowboard rail jam series.
Sun. - Slopestyle.
Each day is an on-snow party with music and plenty of spectators and competitors. Pros compete for cash and amateurs throw down for some great prizes.
Look for live bands, outdoor BBQ, great spring skiing and riding, movies, demos and more.
- What better way to start off Easter Sunday than with the Sunrise Service at the Peak? Then get first tracks with the kids as they search for treats left behind by our local Easter Bunny
Check Killington website for full details.
May 1 Fun Slalom
- One last chance for a ski and snowboard race.
This event is free with a season pass or lift ticket for the day. Everyone who completes the slalom course on Superstar will receive a free lift ticket for next season, some restrictions may apply. The top racers will receive extra prizes.
Each competitor will run on a first come first serve basis.
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Killington Arts Guild-Palettes of Vermont
Address: Sherburne Library , Killington, Vermont
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The Pipers' Gathering
- World class musicians instructing and performing on Scottish smallpipes, Uilleann pipes, Northumbrian pipes, Border pipes, English pipes, French pipes and more.
Four days of workshops, classes and concerts.
Vendors and bagpipe makers on site.
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Concert - The Pipers' Gathering
- Celebrating alternative bagpipes found in the British Isles and Europe, including Northumbrian Smallpipes, Scottish Smallpipes, Irish Uilleann pipes, Border pipes, and varieties of English Bagpipes. Saturday and Sunday concerts start at 7:30 p.m. (tickets sold at door) featuring some of the best pipers in the world. For directions and more information see www.pipersgathering.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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New Year's Eve at the Wobbly Barn
- Ring in the New Year while partying to the rock and roll tunes of Headtripp.
The party starts at 8 pm and will not stop until two hours into 2006.
$50 per person and only people who dine in the Steakhouse are admitted for the party.
The Steakhouse will be serving dinner from 4 pm until midnight.
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Ice Skating at the Cortina Inn
- Weather permitting.
Skates are available for rent.
Please register at the warming Hut located on the Pond.
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