Last Day of Ski Season- Closing Party, Easter Egg Hunt & Photos

Last Day of Ski Season- Closing Party, Easter Egg Hunt & Photos
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Date:
08th Apr 2012
Time:
Starts at 09:00am
Location: 
Mountain Village

Today is the last day the Telluride Ski Resort is open for the 2011-2012 season. Make sure to get out and make a few last turns!
Closing Day Events:
Easter Sunday Hunt & Photos
Join the Easter Bunny for an Egg Hunt at the Base of Lift 4. Kids of all ages are welcome to gather around the Easter Bunny at 10am in the Mountain Village. The Easter Egg Hunt will take place at the base of Village Express and on the Meadows. The Telluride Ski Resort will also be taking photos of you with the Easter Bunny and posting to Facebook.com/telluride.
Closing Party
Festivities will begin at 3pm at the Tomboy Tavern. Celebrate the end to an incredible season! Enjoy food and drink specials with live music by the Great Funktier. Think you have the most days on the mountain this year? The Telluride Ski Resort will be announcing the ski bum winners with prizes!

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Last Day of Ski Season- Closing Party, Easter Egg Hunt & Photos

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