January 8-13, 2012, kids ski free, stay free, get free rentals and ski/snowboard clinics when parents book two or more nights
Newry, ME (January 3, 2011)-Families looking to save up to 40 percent on their next ski or snowboard vacation needn’t look any farther than Sunday River’s Children’s Festival Week taking place next week, January 8-13, 2012 .
During this annual week-long event, parents who book for two or more nights earn free lift tickets, lodging, and lessons for their kids between the ages of 4 and 12 years old . Guests who choose to stay at either Grand Resort Hotel will also score free breakfast.
Festivities kick off as soon as families walk through the door thanks to a s’mores welcome during check-in at either Grand Resort Hotel.
During the day, Perfect Turn Ski and Snowboard School offers classes from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. that focus on fun in the snow and perfecting turns. To keep classes interesting lessons revolve around themes like a Mexican Fiesta Day, Super Hero Day, and Western Round Up Day.
The fun continues well after class ends thanks to evening events, including fireworks, a snow tubing and ice skating extravaganza, pizza and movie nights, as well as several Black Diamond Entertainment Shows featuring Strolling Magic by Marcus Almodarr Steelgrave, the Davey the Clown Show, and Fire Dancer Diane Kibbin.
Plus, all week long, parents and kids can take advantage of daily activities including skiing and snowboarding; winter zipline tours, twin zips, spa specials, and family entertainment at either Grand Resort Hotel.
Families can book Children Festival Week packages online at www.sundayriver.com or by calling 800-543-2754.
About Sunday River-Sunday River is located minutes from picturesque Bethel Village in western Maine’s Mahoosuc Mountains. A true four-season destination, the Sunday River offers eight interconnected peaks of world class skiing and snowboarding, two Grand Resort Hotels and golf at the acclaimed Sunday River Golf Club. Sunday River is a member of the Boyne Resorts family of resorts and attractions.