Friday, November 28, 2008


December News

No Strings Marionette Company has a new production - The Hobbit. Saturday, November 29th at 11am this can be seen at the Chandler Music Hall in Randolph, all seats $5 . Check out the No Strings calendar to find when and where else you can see this or one of their other productions. The Hobbit will also be on stage during Montpelier First Night on Dec 31st.
Does anybody have a video of the Charlotte's Web production that Berlin 5/6 put on a couple years ago? I would desperately like a copy of it. Happy to make the copy here or pay you for your time to make one. - Corinne
What information would you like to see in the Berlin Town Report? Find the link for this survey on the front page of school website, survey can be printed out and mailed in, or send an email with the information to Rebecca Richardson at the Berlin Town Office
If you haven't yet, be sure to register your dog(s). The town of Berlin now has a contract for an animal control officer and one aspect of the job is following through making sure dogs are registered.
School board meeting - There is a special meeting of the school board on Tuesday, December 2nd at 6pm in the Berlin School Learning Center. On the agenda is the admission of non-resident student (policy F14). Discussion of application timeline and available space. Designate three voting members - WCSU Full Board. Animal Dissection Policy - Adoption. Budge Discussion - Draft 2
Please note that many school board policies can be found on line - look for School Board on the sidebar of the main school webpage and then again look at the sidebar under School Board for Policies.

"Champlain: The Lake Between," commemorates the Champlain quadricentennial will premiere Wednesday, Dec. 3rd at 8pm on VT Public Television and will repeat Dec 13 at 7:30am and Dec 14th at noon. The film tells little known stories about Lake Champlain's critical role in the struggle for economic and military dominance during the early years of the United States and Canada. Trade alliances created both conflict and connections among Abenaki, Mohawk, French, English and Dutch people.
PTNA Thursday, December 4th 6:30pm in the Learning Center - on the agenda is to hear more about a Nurturing Parenting Program that will begin at Berlin Elem. on Jan. 6th. It is free of charge!! "an educational program that works with the whole family. Families participate in the 2 1/2 hour fun & educational sessions that meet weekly. At each session, adults and children take part in separate, age-appropriate activities as well as share food and family time together." Also on the agenda is discussion on the upcoming Holiday Bazaar which will be held on Dec 16th & 18th.
Candy Cane making at Laughing Moon Chocolates in Stowe Village Listen and watch as a batch of candy canes are made, visiting kids get to roll and shape their own candy cane to keep . This is only done during certain hours. 78 South Main St, Stowe 253-9591 "Our Candy Cane Making Demonstrations are Wed, Fri and Saturday from now through December 20th at 11 am. It is $6.00 per person and reservations are required. Our demonstrations for this Friday and Saturday are booked but we do have room available for next Wed, Friday and Saturday. Please call us at 802.253.9591 or you can make a reservation via email."
Capital City Winter Farmers Market are twice a month this year on the first and third Saturday of the month December 1st through April 5th at the Vermont College Gym 10am - 2pm
Montpelier FREE Parking Dec 6th-25th - two hours of free parking in downtown Montpelier - only in metered spaces. Parking is always free on weekends and evenings.
Sat. Dec 6 Montpelier Tree Lighting 5pm - cookie decorating and carolers at City Center.
Late hours Montpelier merchants Dec 8th - 25th - most stores downtown Montpelier will be open until 8pm on weekdays.
Keep your money local! There are many Berlin businesses you could give a gift certificate from if you're not quite sure what to buy that special person, including a Berlin Mall Gift Certificate which would give the recipient some choices on where to spend it. Don't forget about Capital City Cash - accepted at more than 60 downtown merchants, restaurants and service providers, these gift-certificate like vouchers make the perfect holiday gift! Pick them up at Woodbury Mountain Toys, Bear Pond Books, Capitol Stationers, Chittenden Bank, etc.

Dec. 9-11 - "It's a Wonderful Life" at Lost Nation Theater, 7pm A radio play adaptation of the classic movie. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door, each child 6-11 years old will be admitted for free with one paying adult. 229-0492
Sat. Dec 13th - "E.T." FREE children's move at Savoy Theater 11am. A classic coming home story from the 1980s. Whether or not you go - check out ET trivia
and the Heartlight song by Neil Diamond (about E.T.)
Sat. Dec 13th - Holiday Gift Market in City Hall from 9am - 4pm Buy your holiday gifts from Vermont owned businesses. Raffle to benefit OUR House of Central Vermont.

Sat. Dec. 20; and Sun Dec 21, enjoy a FREE Horse-drawn wagon tour around downtown Montpelier from noon-3pm. The wagon rides are free thanks to the sponsorship of La Brioche and Main Street Grill, Guy’s Farm and Yard, Bear Pond Books, and The Drawing Board. Organized by the Montpelier Downtown Community Association

Vermont ski resorts open up their doors to first-time skiers and riders for FREE lessons, rentals and lift tickets. The week of January 4-11, 2009 has been designated for the Ski Vermont New Year’s Resolution program. First time skiers and snowboarders are invited to sign up to learn to ski or ride at their favorite resort any time during this week – for FREE. The program is open to all beginner skiers and snowboarders ages 6 and up. Packages include lessons, rentals and a limited terrain lift ticket. Registration will begin in mid December.
Statewide Food Drive - In January there will be a statewide effort to collect donations for food shelves which will culminate on Martin Luther King Day. The Town of Berlin is making plans to be involved. Students don't have school on MLK Day but could be collecting food and monetary donations the week before. The thought is that people are making donations around the holidays but it will continue to be difficult for families after the holidays. If there is some way that you or your business can help with this effort, please let me know.
FOOD HELP - Please also note that if you, or any families you know, need applications for applying for food stamps and such programs I have put the link for that paperwork on several pages on our school site - cafeteria, guidance and KidWatch. In January the rules change a bit and more families will qualify.
More Food for You —It’s a SNAP The recent changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program bring the antiquated food stamps program into the 21st century—new name, no stamps, increased benefits, more people eligible. With higher food prices and a struggling economy, many Vermonters, both young and old, are finding it difficult to put food on the table. We need to make sure that everyone who is eligible receives these benefits. Angela Smith-Dieng, Food Stamp Outreach and Policy Specialist with the Vermont Campaign to End Childhood Hunger, will talk about the new program changes and how you can apply and help spread the word. Holiday Test Drive Potluck to follow. Free and open to the public. December 6, 5:30 p.m. Grange Hall, Northfield Street (Route 12 just south of Montpelier)

Winter is here along with all that holiday food... if you're looking for how to stay in shape or get back in shape, check out SNAP FITNESS, Route 302 BERLIN, VT owned by Berlin residents, Brad & Lori Lockwood. Enjoy a fast, convenient and affordable workout every time. Minutes from your home and packed with the industry's best cardio and exercise equipment. No contracts, no hassles - pay as you go. Open 24/7 - work out when you want, nearby. Affordable rates - starting at about $1 a day. The best equipment - without the long waiting lines. Bonus online training, nutrition and wellness services. Clean, comfortable, safe and friendly. 476-0460 Staffed hours: Monday 10am-6pm, Tuesday 1pm-6pm, Wed 10am - 6pm, Thursday 1pm - 6pm, weekend and other times by appointment.

Looking to have family or individual portraits done? Have you checked out the Wig Goddess on Route 2 in Berlin? Berlin resident Clare McAfee founded the Wig Goddess and while she has fantastic wigs of all kinds there is also the opportunity to have fabulous portraits taken. Closed Sunday & Mondays, see website or call 229-1112 to find out the best time to stop by.

Interested in sending mail to an American soldier? American Red Cross is sponsoring Holiday Mail for Heroes. Be sure to check out the guidelines on this Red Cross site:

Holiday Mail for Heroes
P.O. Box 5456
Capitol Heights, MD. 20791-5456
Note - All cards must be postmarked no later than Dec. 10.
Ever wonder what happens to the items that get recycled? Here are two videos that shows how the Single Stream Recyling process works to prepare items into bales to be sold on the commodities market: /
VOLUNTEERS - at school we're always looking for volunteers to fill a variety of needs, shelving books in the library, reading to students, sitting with younger student in the cafeteria to have conversations with them, working with the PTNA, and so much more. If you may be able to help, please let us know.
NATIVE TONGUE, classic rock music band, will be playing at Gusto's in Barre on December 26th and January 16th.
FIRST NIGHT MONTPELIER - December 31st 1pm to midnight. Ring in the New Year at First Night with over 60 performances and activities including music, children's programs, a food court, 5 K road race, parade and fireworks! Early birds can start the festivities by ice skating, swimming or skiing from 1-3. Buttons on sale at locations throughout Central Vermont. In advance: $12 individual, $40 family pack of 4 buttons. New Year's Eve prices go up to $15 individual, $50 family pack of 4. Brought to you by the Montpelier Downtown Community Association and the City of Montpelier. For more information, go to Remember, they're always looking for volunteers to do a work shift and they in turn receive a free button. Part of first night will be No String Marionettes new production of The Hobbit at 3 and 4 p.m. in the Union Elementary School's Gym . It looks like Marko the Magician will also be at First Night at 5pm

Sunday, November 09, 2008



SPECIAL SCHOOL BOARD MEETING The Berlin Elementary School Board will meet in the Learning Center at Berlin Elementary School on Monday, November 10th, 2008 at 6pm. RE: Discuss Autralian Ballot

There will be a SPECIAL TOWN MEETING held on Monday evening, November 10th at 7:00 p.m at Berlin Elementary School. One of the articles has to do with how we vote the school budget. The article reads: "Shall the Town of Berlin vote to use Australian ballot to approve or disapprove Berlin Elementary School budget?"


Saturday, November 15, 2008 at the Pavilion Building, next to the State House in Montpelier, at the VT Historical Society Museum. Logging with Pete: Into the Woods for Winter. Pete will create for us the traditional life of a Vermont logging camp, showing us his tools, gear, food - and even his union suit and boot felts! Peggy Pearl, the curator of education of the Fairbanks Museum in St. Johnsbury, plays the part of Pete the Logger. 10am-noon $8 per child, $5 for members, no cost for parents. To register, call 828-2180 or email

VT Historical Society's Family Fun series mixes history, demonstrations, hands-on activities and snacks, and creates a fun experience! Parents and children learn together!

More Family Fun Coming Up!

Forming Mortise and Tenon Joints. December 13, 2008 (ages 7-12) We'll practice carving wood, and we'll build something with this old-fashioned woodworking technique. Instructor: Syver Rogstad.
Carving Soft Stone. January 10, 2009 (ages 11-13) We'll try our hand at carving marble with one of Barre's stone carvers. Instructor: George
Creating Wigs and Silhouettes. February 14, 2009 (ages 6-10) We'll re-create powdered wigs and silhouettes for ourselves!
Rope Twisting and Knot Tying. March 14, 2009 (ages 11-13) Come learn how people made rope. Then we'll try splicing and learn some knots! Instructor: Art Blair.

6th Annual Central VT Scholastic Chess Tournament

Saturday, Nov. 15th, 2008 at Berlin Elementary School

Come one, come all! This is an unrated chess tournament open to players of all abilities from Kindergarten through Grade 12, where the focus is on fun and sportsmanship. The Swiss system will be used, and all players will play 4 rounds (no-one will be eliminated.) Please bring a chess board and chess clock if you have one (not required.) Pre-Register by Nov. 12th for only $8 per player, or $15 per family. Register at door - $10 per player or $18 per family. Registration open from 9–9:30 AM. First round starts at 10AM. Food concessions available from 9 AM until 2 PM (including pizza at lunchtime). Awards given at approximately 3:00 PM. Pre-registration form and full details are available at: For more information, contact: Mike Stridsberg (Tournament Director) or Corinne Stridsberg (Event Organizer) at or call (802) 223-1948 .

Note the Scholastic Book Fair will be open in the Learning Center from 10am - 2pm on Saturday, Nov. 15th


Friday, November 21st FAMILY GAME NIGHT 6pm-8pm Try your hand at your old favorites or learn some new games. Othello, cribbage, chess, checkers, Sequence, Quarto, card games, dominoes, Yahtzee, Aggravation, Battleship, Connect Four, backgammon, dice games, Trouble, Candyland, Hi Ho Cherry-O, Memory, Chutes & Ladders and many more. Bring a dish to share for potluck; games will be in the Learning Center. The Scholastic Book Fair will be open. All Berlin families and your guests are welcome. Please park in the side parking lot.


THANKSGIVING INDOOR FARMERS MARKET, Saturday, November 22nd 10am - 2pm at the Montpelier High School Gym

Winter Farmers Market will be on the first Saturdays December 1st - April 5th 10am-2pm at the Vermont College Gym


Note: Berlin has an outdoor skating rink with a warming hut over behind the town offices / police station. It will be announced when this opens. There is also an indoor rink open year round in Waterbury:

2008-2009 Public Skating
CV Memorial Civic Center
268 Gallison Hill Road
Montpelier VT

Nov. 8 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Nov. 9 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Nov. 15 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Nov. 16 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Nov. 22 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Nov. 23 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Nov. 26 Wed. 1 – 2:30 PM
Nov. 28 Fri. 1 – 2:20 PM
Nov. 29 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Nov. 30 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM

Dec. 6 Sat. 1 – 2:15 PM ; Dec. 7 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Dec. 13 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Dec. 14 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Dec. 20 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Dec. 21 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Dec. 24 Wed. 1 – 2:30 PM
Dec. 26 Fri. 1 – 2:30 PM
Dec. 27. Sat 1 – 2:30 PM ; Dec. 28 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Dec. 29 Mon. 1 – 2:30 PM
Dec. 31 Wed. 1 – 3:00 PM (First Night)

Jan. 1 Thurs. 1- 2:30 PM
Jan. 2 Fri. 1 -2:30 PM
Jan. 3 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Jan. 4. Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Jan. 10 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Jan. 11 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Jan. 17 Sat. 1 – 2:15 PM ; Jan. 18 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Jan. 19 Mon. 1 – 2:30 PM
Jan. 24 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Jan. 25 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Jan. 31 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM

Feb. 1 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Feb. 7 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Feb. 8 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Feb. 14 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Feb. 15 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM
Feb. 21 Sat. 4 – 5:15 PM ; Feb. 22 Sun. 4 – 5:15 PM

$3.00 adult ; $2.00 student ; Preschool and over 62 Free
$5.00 skate rental


FREE Button Up Vermont Workshop Tuesday, Oct. 28, Berlin Elementary School Gym 7–9PM Weatherization Workshop - Save Money Save Fuel (you do NOT have to be a Berlin resident to attend)
Free – No Sign-up – Refreshments – Childcare in Learning Center - Weatherization Door Prizes

The goals of the Button Up workshop are to improve residents’ understanding of:
• How your home loses energy
• Some of the most cost-effective solutions for saving energy
• An understanding of what you can do yourself and when you need a professional
• Some basic weatherization and energy conservation tips
• Health and safety issues associated with improving efficiency
• Technical and financial resources available
Discounts on weatherization materials will be provided by local sponsors, THANKS TO: Allen Lumber, Aubuchon Hardware, Fernandez Hardware, Nelson’s Ace Hardware, and Miles Supply

Berlin Fire Dept. Spaghetti Dinner 5 PM to 6:30, Oct. 28 (again, all welcome, you don't have to be a Berlin resident to attend)
A spaghetti dinner fundraiser sponsored by the Berlin Fire Department from 5pm to 6:30 pm will be held before the Button-up Workshop in the school gym. The cost of the dinner will be $8.00 per adult and $5.00 for children 10 years of age or younger with children 3 years and younger free. A family of four will be $20.00. The proceeds from the dinner will go to a winter fuel fund that will be managed by the Central Vermont Community Action Council.
For Program agenda and more information go to

This CENTRAL VERMONT GINGERBREAD HOUSE CONTEST can be something you work on at home or perhaps you're part of a group where it could be a project you work on there such Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, 4-H, KidWatch or Community Connections or even in the classroom!

Hey folks,

It’s that time of year again, where you and your loved ones can join in the fun and make a gingerbread house for the CVCLT “Home Sweet Home” Gingerbread House Contest. We have streamlined the categories and there are MANY opportunities to win fabulous prizes! So wake your kids and phone your neighbors and ask your friends to make a house for this fun FREE family event!

The Contest is Saturday, November 8th at City Hall in Montpelier. We are hoping for a great turnout this year! And we can’t do it without YOU. Information on rules and the entry form can be found at or you can call Peg at 476-4493 ex.213.

The mission of CVCLT is to create and sustain safe, decent, and affordable housing and build strong and diverse communities.

Because everyone deserves a “Home Sweet Home”

PS: The NECI “Frat House” gingerbread house in NOW on display at the Kellogg Hubbard Library, up in the Children’s area… stop by and take a look!

6th Annual Central Vermont Scholastic Chess Tournament
Saturday, November 15, 2008 at Berlin Elementary School
Come one, come all! This is an unrated chess tournament open to players of all abilities from Kindergarten through Grade 12, where the focus is on fun and sportsmanship. The Swiss system will be used, and all players will play 4 rounds (no-one will be eliminated.) Please bring a chess board and chess clock if you have one (not required.) Pre-Register by Nov. 12th for only $8 per player, or $15 per family. Register at door - $10 per player or $18 per family. Registration open from 9–9:30 AM. First round starts at 10AM. Food concessions available from 9 AM until 2 PM (including pizza at lunchtime). Awards given at approximately 3:00 PM. Pre-registration form and full details are available at: For more information, contact: Mike Stridsberg (Tournament Director) or Corinne Stridsberg (Event Organizer) at or call (802) 223-1948.


Nuturing Parenting Program coming to Berlin Elementary in January - this is a FREE program that runs for 10 weeks for parents of 5 - 11 year olds. More details to come! A short presentation to the PTNA is being considered for people to know better what this will include - is there interest??


PTNA Genevieve Fundraiser (wrapping paper & other proudcts) - most products are in but a few that were ordered on the wrong fundraising form were delayed and the handful of people who were missing products should have theirs soon. PTNA Go Green Fundraiser (light bulbs & more) - products should be arriving any day or perhaps did while we were out of school. Thanks for your support to enable PTNA to continue with the programs it supports such as Arts Enrichment that not only gets students to theater performances but brings performances and residencies into the school.


BERLIN FAMILY HALLOWEEN DANCE - November 1st, details on the school website.

Tuesday, November 4th voting is at the Berlin Town Offices from 8am - 7pm. If you won't be available then, go now to vote an absentee ballot or request one to be sent to you.

Jonathan Goddard who is running for House of Representive Berlin/Barre City seat was one of the candidates involved in a debate recently and he sent along this information regarding when you can watch it: The dates and time listed below are for the airing of the recent Barre City debate that the six candidates participated in. Please pass it along. It will air on Channel 23:
Wed. 10/29, 9:00 PM
Thurs. 10/30, 7:00 AM, 4:30PM, 7:00 PM
Fri. 1/31/, 8:00 AM and 12:00 PM


Fire Prevention Open House at the Berlin Fire Dept Sat. Oct. 11th 9am-1pm
Firefighters will be there to speak with people about burning wood this winter, the kids can look at the trucks and we will speak with the kids about not being scared of firefighters in their fire gear. There will be coffee, donuts and drinks for the kids. This should be a informative day for all. Hope to see you there. - Fire Chief Miles Silk home 461-4528 / cell 802-839-0255 Note that the fire department is also looking for new members
A couple related websites to check out: and - excellent video showing the different between the ionization and photoelectric smoke detectors and that having both is best.
DESSERTS NEEDED! The spaghetti dinner being put on by the Berlin Fire Dept on Tuesday, October 28th is in need of donated desserts along with salad veggies. If you can make a donation - please let us know. They will be able to be dropped off at the school kitchen on the 27th or 28th.
A FREE Button Up weatherization workshop will be held the evening of October 28th at Berlin Elem. from 7-9pm, childcare will be available. At 5pm that same night here at school the Berlin Fire Dept. will put on a spaghetti dinner as a fundraiser for a Winter Fuel Fund. $8 adults, $5 children 10 and younger with children 3 and younger free. Family of 4 $20. Berlin Energy Resource Page


Girl Scouts at Berlin -
Troop Leaders are needed, for the Daisy level (kindergarten and first grade) and for Brownies (grades 2 & 3). Training is provided. For more information please call Tammy Hoermann, Service Unit Coordinator at 229-4257
The Junior Troop 88, for girls in grades 4,5 and 6 will have their first meeting after school on Thursday, October 16th. Any girls interested in joining can call Mrs. Debbie Sanguinetti at 229-0775. Registration is $10 and meetings will be held once a month after school. Girl Scouting promotes leadership, courage and confidence.

VOTING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH will be held at the Berlin Municipal Offices with the polls open from 8am - 7pm A checklist is posted at the Town Clerk's Office. If your name is not on it, then you must register to vote. Your application to be added to the checklist must be received by 5pm Wednesday, Oct. 29th at your Town Clerk's Office.
You can request early or absentee ballots in person, in writing or by telephone. Ways of voting early or absentee: 1) Vote in town clerk's office before November 4th, 2008 2) Voter may take the ballots out of the clerk's office for himself and return in same manner as if the ballots were received by mail. 3) Have ballot mailed to you and return it to clerk's office before Election Day or to polling place before 7pm on Election Day. 4) If you are sick or disabled, you may ask the town clerk to have two justices of the peace bring a ballot to you at your home on any of the eight days preceding the day of the election or the day of election.
Any Voter who wants assistance for any reason may bring the person of his or her choice (except employer or union representative) into the voting booth to help or may ask for assistance from two election officials.
Voters who cannot get from the car into the polling place may have a ballot brought to a car outside the polls by two election officials.

Sgt. Bob Leary of the Berlin Police Dept. recently died. Thought many of you may be interested in this: BOB–toberest - A celebration of the spirit of Bob Leary

Saturday - November 8, 2008 - 12:00 (Noon)

Shortly before Bob passed he was involved in organizing an Octoberfest fundraiser for the Roxbury Free Library. In his last days he was deeply disappointed that he was unable to complete this task and saddened that Octoberfest had to be postponed. He looked forward to the great food and socializing that would come with this event.

As much as Bob enjoyed a gathering he expressly did not wish to have any service or funeral. What truly pleased him was a gathering that brought people together in a positive way. With this in mind, we would like to invite all who wish to celebrate his life to Bob-toberest.

We will gather at the Roxbury Community Center for a “pot-luck” Octoberfest. If you can, bring a “German” dish, a photo or the best Bob story you can think of. Most importantly, bring yourself and help us celebrate the spirit of this special “big hearted” man.

If you are able to bring food or beverages, please coordinate your contribution with:

Frank or Ruth at 485-5140 or at

The annual Central Vermont Scholastic Chess Tournament will take place Saturday, November 15th at Berlin Elementary School. This is an unrated chess tournament open to players of all abilities from Kindergarten through Grade 12, where the focus is on fun and sportsmanship. Local students and those from throughout Vermont are expected to participate. The Swiss system will be used, and all players will play 4 rounds (no-one will be eliminated.) Please bring a chess board and chess clock if you have one (not required.) Pre-Register by Nov. 12th for only $8 per player, or $15 per family. Register at door - $10 per player or $18 per family. Registration open from 9–9:30 AM. First round starts at 10AM. Food concessions available from 9 AM until 2 PM (including pizza at lunchtime). Awards given at approximately 3:00 PM. Pre-registration form and full details are available at: For more information, contact: Mike Stridsberg (Tournament Director) or Corinne Stridsberg (Event Organizer) at or call (802) 223-1948.

Sugarbush Ski Program - Look for for information to be coming but here are the basic details: This program includes up through age 17 as of sign up. The program begins in January and is for six Sunday afternoons throughout the winter. Cost is $186 for the lift ticket, rentals and clinic for all six times. Folks can also purchase just the lift ticket for $120, just the lift ticket and rental for $156 or the clinic only (which assumes they already have a season's pass and their own equipment) for $60. It's really an excellent deal for skiers. Parents are welcome to join their children at the same cost. Families can also purchase season's passes for children only from me at greatly reduced prices....haven't got that pricing information yet. - Marcia Bowles

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