Thursday at 8:00pm
Roof Top Patio @ Sign of the Whale
|Greenwich Polo Club |
Sunday, June 13th
RSVP by June 11th @ firstname.lastname@example.org
|Spend the Afternoon on the Beautiful Greenwich Polo Grounds and See Some of the World’s Best Players of Traditional Polo. This has Become a Ski Bear Summer Tradition. More than Simply a Good Opportunity to See Dapperly Dressed Ski Bears with Fancy Hats. This it is an Opportunity to Impress your Fellow Bears with a Dish to Add to our Smorgasbord Table of Creative Dishes and Snacks. Of Course this would not be an Ski Bear Event without Some Libations, be it a Fancy Cocktails, Expensive Looking Bubbly, Beer, or Wine Served in a Glass, and of course Pinkies Out Please! So Grab your Hat and Fancy Dress and Join the Bears for Another Fun Filled Afternoon. |
Tickets are Sold by the Car, not by the individual. So Ticket Cost per Ski Bear is $10.00
DO NOT Buy Tickets in Advance, We Already Have Them!
Meet the Group at 1:00 PM
1239 E Putnam Avenue Riverside, CT 06878
The Parking Lot of the CVS Exit 5 on I-95We’ll All Carpool over Together
The Match Starts at 3:00 & Ends at 5:00Tailgating Starts at 1:00
BRING FOOD AND BEVERAGES TO SHARE
We will have a Table to Spread Out the Ski Bear Smorgasbord of Creative Dishes, so Put on your Cooking Thinking Caps and Impress your Fellow Bears
Bring Chairs, Blankets and Sunscreen
Excessive Degrees of Seersucker and/or RL-Branded Attire and your Fanciest Hat is Highly Recommended, but Not Required
$90.00 per person
RSVP & Payments by June 15th:
Lawrence Kaczmarek email@example.com
Campsite, Transportation, Upriver, Canoe, Paddle, & Life Vest
Canoe down the Delaware River. This is a fun and relaxing trip that Lawrence has done many times. We will camp alongside the Delaware River Friday to Sunday. On Saturday we’ll be shuttled up river and spend the day gently floating back down to our campsite, while sipping on your favorite libations. About halfway down the river we will stop on one of the islands for lunch. In the evening we will sit around the bonfire and recall the adventures we had on the water. On Sunday will spend the day at Skinners Falls laying in the sun and riding the rapids. Bring a tube or rent one there.
Things to Bring: Tent, Sleeping Bag, & Lawn Chair
On the River: Sunscreen, Hat, Waterproof Container, Lunch, Towel, Snacks, Water, Beverage of Choice – NO GLASS, Cooler, Bungee Cords or Rope to Raft Up with other Canoes.
You will be responsible for your own meals. If you do not want to prepare your own food at the campsite there are restaurants in the area
Lander’s River Trips Skinner’s Falls Campground
40 Skinners Falls Rd W
Cochecton, NY 12764
Trip Leader: Joe Maltese firstname.lastname@example.org
Full Package with 5 Day Lift and an IKON Package will be offered.
$30 Trip Credit for IKON bought through this link https://ski-bears-of-ct-passes.events.ski.com/
-Round Trip Airfare
-Round Trip Private Ground Transfers with Beverage and Snack
-Seven Nights at the Ski-In/Ski-Out Snakedance 2 Bedroom Condos
-Group Dinner Party
-Après Ski Party
-Fleece Vest with Ski Bears Logo
-5 Day Lift Pass with Full Package
Taos Ski Valley is the largest ski resort in New Mexico, with almost 1,300 skiable acres. It is one of the highest municipalities in the United States at an elevation of 9,207 feet. However, the village limits reach 12,581 feet and the highest residential dwelling is at 10,350 feet. Located 20 miles north of Taos, 72 miles north of Santa Fe and 150 miles north of Albuquerque, this northern New Mexico ski area offers a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and a great variety of runs, including two areas for only expert skiers.