On Saturday, November 13th, from 6-10 pm we’ll be hosting a fundraiser in our Beer Garden for the Alpine Safety Awareness Program !
All ages are welcome at this event and the cover is $10 per person or $30 per family. Your cover price includes live music by BentGrass, Ahi tacos and a “not so silent” auction for outdoor/ski/snowboard gear. 50% of the auction proceeds will benefit the Turk Family whose 12 year old daughter has diagnosed with an agressive form of leukemia this summer.
The Alpine Safety Awareness Program (ASAP) is a community-based effort that uses local resources to teach alpine safety skills to children and adults throughout the Pacific Northwest. They aim to save lives and reduce injuries by proactively increasing alpine safety awareness.
The Alpine Safety Awareness Program was founded in Bellingham, Washington in 1999 by a local ski patroller after several preventable deaths occurred in the backcountry of the North Cascades mountains. The curriculum is based on the Canadian Avalanche Association and their Snow Smart program with the goal of saving lives by preventing future avoidable accidents from happening. Since 1999, they have reached more than 30,000 students and adults through their programs and they continue working to make safety a habit among all winter outdoor enthusiasts!
This fundraising event will be held outdoors in our Beer Garden so dress warmly!