Friday, March 25, 2011

K2 Barrymore Freedogger party is Thursday

At Whiskeys, part of Ski Heritage Week


A new local event coinciding with next week's Ski Heritage Week and U.S. Ski Hall of Fame in-ductions at Sun Valley is the "Let the Good Times Roll" K2-Barrymore Freedogger Party on Thurs-day, March 31.

Sun Valley Host Committee member Betsy Barrymore Stoll said, "We are hosting the largest gathering in decades of hotdoggers and freestyle skiers from the 1970s and 1980s, along with em-ployee reunions from K2, Head, Scott and Smith."

Featured event is the K2-Barrymore Freedogger Party Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Whiskey Jacques'. Admission is $10. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Ski movies will play all evening. There will be product giveaways, tons of K2 prizes, best 1970s costume awards, a K2 raffle (tickets $5) and a beer pong challenge on four upstairs tables.

Highlights are the K2 T-shirt contest for ladies and a K2 Cheeseburger Eating Contest for men. K2 skis are the prizes for the winning lady and man.

K2 contest entry deadline is Wednesday, March 30. Cost of $10 per person to enter includes two raffle tickets (must be present to win). There will be three age categories. Whiskey's has signup forms.

The Host Committee has earmarked Friday, April 1, April Fool's Day, for the Apple's Après Ski Party starting at 3 p.m. with a live band.

The second raffle drawing will take place at Apple's. The raffle includes prizes from ski industry companies including K2, Scott, Smith and Eddie Bauer. The K2 prizes include a week's lodging from Barrymore's Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort in Mexico. Proceeds from the local Ski Heritage Week events go to the Bald Mountain Rescue Fund.




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