Annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities at the mountain
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Last year’s participants enjoying the festivities
Last year’s participants enjoying the festivities
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DOVER – Mount Snow Resort will once again be throwing a huge St. Patrick’s Day celebration with cheap lift tickets, green eggs and kegs, live Irish music, plenty of beer, and a scavenger hunt with the winner walking away with a 2013/2014 Mount Snow season pass. This is the fourth year the resort has offered a lift ticket special surrounding other festivities for St. Patricks’s Day, with a limited quantity of $17 lift tickets only available for advance purchase online to ski or snowboard on Sunday, March 17.

The day kicks off with green eggs and kegs starting at 8 am in Cuzzins, then the beer garden on Cuzzins deck opens at 11 am and a live performance from The Blind Owl Band gets going in the early afternoon hours. A scavenger hunt for the “Pot O’ Gold” hidden somewhere on the resort will be going on all day long and the person that finds it will be awarded a Mount Snow season pass for the 2013/2014 ski season.

There are still a limited number of $17 lift tickets available; the only way to purchase them is to go online to www.mountsnow.com and they must be purchased at least 48 hours in advance of March 17. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.

For more information on St. Patrick’s Day at Mount Snow or any of the other events going on during Vernal Eternal visit www.vernaleternal.com or www.mountsnow.com.
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