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Snow King offers Local Appreciation Days
In celebration of the off-season, Snow King invites locals to come out and have the place to yourselves.
Every Friday in September, locals (Teton County, Wyoming and Idaho, Sublette, and Lincoln counties) with an ID or paystub can enjoy BOGO (Buy One Get One) discounts on activities, bike and paddleboard rentals as well as two-for-one beer, wine, sloshies and ice cream all day in King’s Grill.
The Cowboy Coaster, Amaz’n Maze, minigolf and Summit Scenic Lift will be open daily through Sept. 27 with the Treetop Adventure open weekends.
Library's storytimes continue online and now in person, too!
Teton County Library's Baby Time and Toddler Time storytimes can be found online at tclib.org and through September it is hosting "Storytime in the Yard" on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m.
Wear your masks and enjoy stories and music with great themes. The program will last about 20 minutes. Since this program is outside it is weather dependent (If there's rain or snow the program will be canceled).
Please enter through one of the fenced-in yard gates: near the corner of Snow King Ave, and Virginian Lane, or between the bus stop and the back library entrance.
Get a free Town Hill season pass for your child
Snow King has announced that season-long kid’s programs bought by Oct. 1 will receive a complimentary season ski pass for the student. After Oct. 1 a pass upgrade is $99.
Any child interested in learning to ski without financial means can apply for a scholarship through One22 or Coombs Outdoors. Ski passes and season-long leases will be available for pick up at Snow King Mountain Sports in early October.
Ski passes and ski school programs can be purchased online. Visit snowkingmountain.com.
Sign your child up now for kids' dance classes
Dancers' Workshop registration is now open for kinder and youth classes for the fall semester.
Classes will be held in-person with as many students as can be safely accommodated in a studio at one time, keeping distances according to current guidelines. Masks will be required and rotating pods between studio and Zoom will be implemented as necessary for safety and to maximize studio time.
Virtual options will also be available for those who are not comfortable in-studio. Registration and specific information on class offerings are available at dwjh.org/school.