Date(s) - 02/22/17
On Wednesday, Feb 22, Titcomb Mountain will have a Public Spaghetti Supper from 5 – 7, followed by a Light Parade down the Main Slope. There is also the Titcomb Challenge starting at 9:00 am, which involves fun activities all day for all ages, including races, contests, prizes and a raffle. At 1:00 Lindsay Mower will be playing live music. Titcomb is open daily all vacation week and weekends.
5-7 pm Spaghetti Supper, $7 and $4 for children 10 and under. Spaghetti (GF available), Salad, Rolls, Dessert and Beverage. YUM!
7:30 pm Light Parade. If you want to participate (make sure you can ski or ride comfortably down the Main), bring your flashlight and meet at the bottom of Lift 2 at 7:20. We will all go up together and snake down the Main with no slope lights, just our flashlights. If you are age 6 or under, make sure you bring an adult.
DETAILS ON THE TITCOMB CHALLENGE:
Where: Titcomb Mountain (180 Ski Slope Rd, Farmington, ME 04938)
When: February 22, 9 am until after awards ceremony at 8pm
Who: Skiers and Snowboarders of all skill levels and ages!
Events Registration (9am) $5 event entry fee; Scavenger Hunt all day
Boot Race (11am)-Relay Race – running up the Pony in boots, skiing down. You do not need your own team.
Costume Contest and Face Painting (12 pm)
Live Music w/Lindsay Mower (1 pm)
UMF FOC vs. UMF Race Team- (1 pm) (UMF students)
Alpine Skate (2 pm) Figure 8 race with alpine skis
Ski Ballet (3 pm) Do your own dance on skis or snowboard. Judges will determine best run.
Highest Ollie (4 pm)
Rail Jam (5 pm) Using 2 rail pads in the terrain park.
Farmington Ski Club Spaghetti Supper (5 – 7 pm)
Nordic Push (6:30 pm) You get 10 ft to push,then you must glide. Longest distance wins.
Light Parade (7:20 pm – meet at Bottom of Lift 2)
Awards (8 pm)
$1 Raffle For a chance to win Tickets to Sunday River! Hosted by students of University Of Maine @ Farmington and the great Titcomb Mountain Staff!