CHAMPION, Pa., Jan. 31 — Say goodbye to boredom and get intothe snow by joining Seven Springs and WTAE-TV for their 13th Annual WinterfestCelebration! The winter fun begins February 5, and continues untilFebruary 13.
Winterfest 2000 will kick-off on Saturday, February 5, with the CelebrityOlympics, featuring WTAE personalities and Pittsburgh Steelers. Watch as yourfavorite stars demonstrate their strength and finesse during humorous winterevents. Saturday evening’s highlight will be the torchlight parade at 6 PM onStowe Slope.
Be sure to watch “Winterfest at Seven Springs” a television broadcasthosted by Michelle Wright on Saturday night, February 5, at 7 PM. The showwill take viewers to the festivities — on and off the slopes with features onthe science of snowmaking with WTAE-TV meteorologist Jerry Martz, a piece onthe history of Seven Springs and to catch highlights of what Seven Springs andWinterfest have to offer!
A concert featuring General Hospital’s Wally Kurth and the Kurth & Taylorband will be held Sunday afternoon, February 6, at 2 PM. Proceeds willbenefit Project Bundle-Up and the Kurth & Taylor Foundation.
Skiers and non-skiers alike can enjoy Winterfest. This year’s scheduleof events includes snow tubing races, an obstacle course event, an ice carvingexhibition, ski races for all ages and ability levels, speed skiing, freestylesnowboarding, and much more. The list of indoor events include plenty ofkids- activities and games for adults.
Also, browse through the Winterfest Craft Show each Saturday from 12 Noonto 8 PM and Sundays from 12 Noon to 6 PM in Festival Hall. Admission to thecraft show is free.
A one-time Winterfest registration fee of $7 allows guests to participatein unlimited events and includes a Winterfest T-shirt. For more informationor a schedule of daily events, call Seven Springs Mountain Resort at814.352.7777 or 800.452.2223.
Seven Springs Mountain Resort is Pennsylvania’s largest year-round resortand convention center located approximately one hour southeast of Pittsburghin Champion, Pennsylvania. It is easily accessible by either exit 9 or 10 ofthe Pennsylvania Turnpike.