Society for disABILITIES – Skiing Unlimited Fundraiser
SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2017
Join us in support of Society for disABILITIES and their Winter Skiing Unlimited program, providing access to the sport of snow skiing for many disabled individuals who would otherwise not have the opportunity to hit the slopes. With the help of trained volunteers and adapted equipment, there are few disabilities too severe to prevent participation in the sport of snow skiing. They’ll have live music, small batch/Limited Release Craft Beer Tasting, The Altimeter Challenge Competition, and more…
HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE
- A Free Lift Ticket* or an Adult/Teen Learn To Ski or Snowboard Lesson Package – Level 1 or 2*
* Valid March 4, 2017
- An entry to participate in the Altimeter Challenge Competition (see details below).
- Small Batch/Limited Release Craft Beer Tasting.
- Tie Dye T-Shirt (supplies limited)
- Swag Bag
For your donation of $150 or more you will receive an entry to compete in the Altimeter Challenge
The Altimeter Challenge
Take as many laps on the mountain as you can, picking up as many points as possible with additional bonus points along your path to Altimeter Challenge greatness!
- Ride Chair 8 – 4 pts
- Ride Chair 7 – 3 pts
- Ride Chair 5 – 2 pts
- The more you ride the more points you earn and a good strategy will make the difference.
- Additional bonus points to be announced the day of the event, so as not to give any team an advantage.
OTHER WAYS TO PARTICIPATE
Raffle Prizes – $20 donation for your height in tickets (snowboard with bindings, helmets, and more)
Small Batch/Limited Release Craft Beer Tasting ($20 Donation)
Live Music from Cloak and Swagger (Free)
For more info contact Society for disABILITIES at (209) 524-3536 x3505 (leave a message for quick response)
Dodge Ridge Demo Day
SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 2017
Demo next season’s cutting edge skis and boards from industry leaders Volkl, Rossingnol, Burton, Nordica, Blizzard, and Salomon during our annual Demo Day. Your demo day registration will also include a Tri-Tip BBQ lunch for your well needed mid-day break. Sign-ups to demo the 2017/18 models will be available in advance in the Dodge Ridge Sport Shop to help you avoid that Demo Day morning registration rush. Ski company representatives will be set up in front of the Family Lodge serving guests before the lifts start turning on Sunday, March 12. Any guests who wish to purchase the new skis that they test out will receive a 20% discount off regular pricing (newly released 2017/18 models will arrive at Dodge Ridge in September, so this is a pre-order discount).
- Beer sampling from Lagunitas
- BBQ & Bevs in the Plaza
- Live Music from Grover Anderson
*Demo Day Registration does not include lift ticket. You must have a lift ticket of the day or a 2016/17 Dodge Ridge Season Pass in order to ride the lifts and demo equipment.
Register the morning of the event or pre-register in the Dodge Ridge Sport Shop
- $40 for 2016/17 Season Passholders (The Demo Day discount is one of the 2016/17 Season Passholder Perks)
- $40 for 2016/17 Season Passholder’s Friend
(Friend who received the Bring-a-Friend ticket – March 12 is also Passholder Bring-a-Friend Day)
- $50 for same day lift ticket holder
- All day demoing of 2017/18 Skis & Boards from industry reps
- All day demoing of 2016/17 Skis from the Dodge Ridge Demo Center
- BBQ Burger and Baked Beans
2016/17 Season Passholder Bring-a-Friend Day
SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 2017
Yet another perk from our list of 2016/17 Passholder perks is the ever popular “Bring-a-Friend Day”. Each Passholder can bring a friend for (1) FREE lift ticket of equal or lesser value of the Passholder’s pass.
Just so happens that “Bring A Friend Day” also lands on Demo Day this year, so as an added bonus, Friends of Season Passholders who have redeemed the special “Bring-a-Friend” Lift Ticket for that day will also receive the Season Passholder price to demo of $40.
Dodge Ridge Invitational
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2017
All area elementary and high schools are invited to attend this Dodge Ridge fundraiser and enjoy a day on the mountain with complimentary lift tickets and rentals for participants. Racers from each school will compete in a best two out of three runs format. Up to five girls and five boys from each school and each discipline (ski and snowboard) will be able to compete in the Race. The top five racers from each school will score points for their school. If your school has a larger ski program, we will be able to accommodate additional racers, but only the top five scores will count towards the overall team score. Each racer’s two fastest times will be combined for the individual results.
Dodge Ridge will also selling $12 BBQ Lunches with all proceeds going to benefit the winning school’s ski program.
On-Site Registration: 8am to 10am in the Group Sales Office in the lower plaza at Dodge Ridge.
Free entry, lift ticket and ski or snowboard rental equipment
Please confirm your team’s entry by Monday, March 6, 2017
Each school invited will be sent event releases and rental form agreements. If you did not receive your forms or need additional, please contact Raley Pisarev at RPisarev@DodgeRidge.com.
Lift tickets are free for participants
Race Course: Gentle Ben on Chair 1
Devo Intro Course: Ego Alley on Chair 2
SKI RACE SCHEDULE
- 8:00 am – 10:00 am: Registration (Group Sales Office)
- 10:00 am: Course Inspection
- 10:30 am: First run, ski and snowboard
- 11:00 am: Second run, ski and snowboard
- 11:30 am: Third run , ski and snowboard
- 12 Noon: BBQ lunch on the Creekside Deck – $12 (burger, chips, cookie and beverage combo)
- All proceeds from lunches will go to support the winning school’s ski program.
- Other lunch options will be available inside the Creekside Lodge
- 1:00 pm: Awards ceremony on the Creekside Deck
|Twain Harte||117||Victoria Gast||18.28||20.35||38.63|
|Curtis Creek||115||Sarah Azevedo||20.91||21.38||42.29|
|Sonora Elem||125||Tyler Utterback||21.59||21.13||42.72|
|Sonora Elem||124||Maddie Utterback||23.01||24.01||47.02|
|High Sierra||18||Zoe Rimmer||30.31||29.21||59.52|
|Twain Harte||12||Jacee Vallelunga||30.27||31.37||61.64|
|Sonora Elem||13||Belle Bloom||35.59||34.71||70.30|
|Summerville Elem||4||Camden Parks||33.69||37.03||70.72|
|Sonora Elem||14||Mia Alomia||33.54||37.77||71.31|
|Sonora Elem||104||Sophia Powell||36.09||38.97||75.06|
|Twain Harte||11||Audrey Gentry||37.32||43.07||80.39|
|Curtis Creek||19||Alexandra Salas-Sonsteng||43.5||39.25||82.75|
|Summerville Elem||105||Kane Hall||23.01||24.01||45.48|
|Curtis Creek||26||Casey Burr||24.74||26.62||51.36|
|Summerville Elem||51||Brody Flannery||26.75||25.82||52.57|
|Sierra Waldorf||34||Tyler Garman||26.30||26.80||53.10|
|Twain Harte||40||Zack Jacobs||26.35||27.08||53.43|
|Sonora Elem||45||Nathan Hawkins||26.35||27.92||54.27|
|Twain Harte||41||Tanner Richardson||27.17||28.08||55.25|
|Curtis Creek||24||Kyle Alexander||28.42||27.56||55.98|
|Summerville Elem||39||Avery Mazurkiewicz||28.90||28.00||56.90|
|Curtis Creek||28||Charlie Waelty||25.38||32.69||58.07|
|Curtis Creek||23||William Spear||30.69||28.20||58.89|
|Curtis Creek||22||Cooper Knobloch||31.33||31.67||63.00|
|Twain Harte||43||Alby Giambruno||32.11||33.19||65.30|
|Twain Harte||42||Trent Kuvienen||34.28||34.00||68.28|
|Twain Harte||44||Christian Tillman||34.58||34.10||68.68|
|Curtis Creek||27||Ethan Bailey||36.65||38.27||74.92|
|Curtis Creek||25||Brennan Stone||–||–||–|
|Curtis Creek||154||Esai Vasquez||–||–||–|
|High School||Bib||Girl Skiers||Blue||Red||Combined|
|High School||Bib||Boy Skiers||Blue||Red||Combined|
|Curtis Creek||59||Ashley Salas-Sonsteng||39.79||40.91||80.70|
|Summerville Elem||80||Jaden Brocchini||26.51||24.00||50.51|
|Curtis Creek||71||Ben Chesson||30.20||28.37||58.57|
|Summerville Elem||83||Logan Peck||31.12||30.67||61.79|
|Curtis Creek||70||Shea Firth||30.82||31.32||62.14|
|Summerville Elem||84||Rustin Tome||32.88||33.16||66.04|
|Summerville Elem||82||Zane Roberts||32.43||33.62||66.06|
|Sonora Elem||91||Caleb Lawson||33.95||34.04||67.99|
|Curtis Creek||72||Or-Yam Bisset||35.90||33.24||69.14|
|Summerville Elem||85||Clayton Peterson||35.98||34.21||70.19|
|Summerville Elem||81||Ryan Andrews||34.33||39.43||73.76|
|Curtis Creek||69||Cruz Vasquez||37.24||37.80||75.04|
|Twain Harte||89||Bradley Zukal||45.92||45.00||90.92|
|Twain Harte||88||Cayden Bell||39.81||60.50||100.31|
|High School||Bib||Girl Snowboarders||Blue||Red||Combined|
|High School||Bib||Boy Snowboarders||Blue||Red||Combined|
Weddings & Events
Dodge Ridge has the perfect venue for your wedding, event or conference needs. Combined with your event reservation, Dodge Ridge also provides in-house event coordination and catering services to help your event run seamlessly.
Download the information packet with menu & facility options, and info to help you begin to plan your memorable day. For complete description of all event packages, options and policies, download our event contract.
Dodge Ridge Ski Resort Drone Policy
Due to safety and privacy concerns, Dodge Ridge Winter Sports Area prohibits the operation or use on or above Resort property of unmanned aerial systems, or drones, by the general public- including model aircraft by recreational users and hobbyists- without the prior written authorization from Dodge Ridge. This prohibition includes drones used for filming or videotaping, as well as any drone use by media or journalists operating above or within the area boundaries. This prohibition extends to any devices launched or operated from resort property, as well as any launched from private property outside of resort boundaries. Please contact a resort representative if you have any questions or if you seek prior authorization to operate any such devices. Any authorized operation of drones on or above Resort property will be governed by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations, local law enforcement, U.S. Forest Service rules, as well as those policies separately established by this Resort, which may include certification, training, insurance coverage, indemnification requirements, and waivers or releases of liability. Any violation of this policy may involve suspension of your access privileges to the Resort, or the revocation of your season pass, as well as confiscation of any prohibited equipment, and may subject violators to any liability for damages, including but not limited to, damages for trespass, violation of privacy, and physical injuries to persons and/or property, as well as legal fees.