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2017 Boston Mills OPEN HOUSE

2017 OPEN HOUSE
Friday, Oct 13th: 10am-8pm
Saturday, Oct 14th: 10am-6pm
Sunday, Oct 15th: 10am-6pm
 

Ski Patrol Ski Swap

SOLD ITEMS LIST

Don't see your number?  Forget to pick up your items that didn't sell?

*All unsold items may be picked up on Saturday, October 21st between 12-3pm at Boston Mills in Ski Patrol.  Items may not be picked up during weekday office hours.  Any items not picked up by 3pm on October 21st will be donated.

Looking to buy some new-to-you gear... or get rid of last year's model skis or snowboard?  Check out the Ski Swap Tent, where the BMBW Ski Patrol helps those who want to buy or sell used gear at Open House!  Skis, snowboards, ski/snowboard clothing and accessories are all able to be bought or sold at the ski swap. Items may be dropped off to the Ski Patrol during the following times at Boston Mills:

Monday
October 9
Tuesday
October 10
Wednesday
October 11 
Thursday
October 12
Friday
October 13
Saturday
October 14
12pm-9pm 10am-9pm 10am-9pm 10am-5pm 10am-8pm 10am-6pm

There will be no drop-offs permitted on Sunday, October 15th. 

When dropping off equipment to sell, keep in mind that you will have to price each of your items as a consignment.  If sold, 80% of the sale price goes to YOU and 20% goes to the BMBW Ski Patrol, which can be tax deductible.  (Ski Patrol reserves the right to refuse any equipment or clothing.)  For more information about the swap's terms and conditions, go the BMBW Ski Patrol website: www.BMBWSP.org or send an email to skiswap AT bmbwavsp.org.
 

**Any equipment purchased at the swap should be safety checked and tuned prior to use.

 
 


The best time to get your Season Pass's for this coming season.

Season Passes

Pick-A-Day Pass

Polar Blast Snowtubing Season Pass

 

 

Open House is your chance to sign up for one of our great learning programs.  Whether it is developing racing and freestyle techniques or you're a first-timer, our Lesson Programs offer something for everyone.

Women’s Snow Discovery
Olympians Program (Ages 8-14)
Ski Racing Clinics
Tiny Tots (Ages 3-4)      
Mogul Mites (Ages 5-7)
Snow Squad (Ages 7-14)
Seasonal Lockers
Snow Cards
 

 

Buckeye Sports Center hosts the biggest ski & snowboard sale in the mid-west with equipment, clothing and accessories all at that guaranteed lowest prices.

  • Clearance Ski & Snowboard equipment and clothing all 30-70% off
  • Hundreds of Clearance Gloves, Goggles, Hats Poles & Helmets up to 50% off
  • Great deals on Jr and Adult Ski/Binding Packages
  • Great deals on Jr and Adult Snowboard/Binding Packages, too! 

Special priced ski and snowboard bundles that include boots and bindings for kids, juniors, and adults.

Buckeye Bucks - Get up to 10% of your purchase in reward bucks.
   •    Get $25 in Buckeye Bucks for every $250
   •    Just like a gift card
   •    CLICK FOR MORE INFO ON BUCKEYE SPORTS CENTER

Weather permitting, we will be offering free lift rides on Lift 6 at Boston Mills:

Friday: 11am - 5pm | Saturday: 11am - 5pm | Sunday: 11am - 4pm

 

  

LIVE MUSIC, FESTIVE FOOD, and CRAFT BEER!

At OPEN HOUSE you can enjoy your fall favorites from food to beer including: Rhinegeist Truth, Rhinegeist Bubbles, Sam Adams Harvest Pumpkin Ale, Bud Light, and Yuengling Lager!  Saturday and Sunday there will be live music too.  So bring your friends and family to get your ski and snowboard season started with us!  Cheers to a great season!

 

Saturday, October 14th 11am -1pm 

Ray Flanagan and the Authorities | rayflanagan.net

In a climate of singers, songwriters, and guitar players, Ray Flanagan is an artist. Balancing a soul of thoughtfulness and gut intuition, he weaves together images of love, justice, and depth perception. Or the absence of these things. From valley lows to the top of the world, Flanagan's songs show a range and a commitment to the history of craft that is, daily, being muddled by illusionists and proprietors of strict aesthetics, void of weight and meaning. His music is reflective of his own observations off of the world, set in, around, or completely outside of his own life. A firm believer in the philosophy of his friend and teacher Roger Hoover’s New Song Movement, Ray Flanagan is cause for a next, uncharted step ahead in the narrative of American music.

 

Saturday, October 14th 2pm-4pm

The Ohio Weather Band | www.ohioweatherband.com 

The Ohio Weather Band is a rock & roll outfit consisting of three members born and raised in Northeast Ohio. The band members include: Corey King, Derek Strata and Ray Lumpp. The band has performed at various locations such as SXSW in Austin, TX, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Quick Loans Arena. 

 

Sunday, October 15th 2pm - 4pm 

Angie Haze | www.theangiehazeproject.com

 

Bells around her ankle, a handmade tambourine shoe, drums encircling her piano, a guitar, a cowbell, melodica, and a kazoo… We give you, Angie Haze. The Italian American, singer songwriter showcases herself as a one woman band: singing vocals while simultaneously playing multiple instruments. This unique circus act may be complemented with a caravan of energetic vaudevillians, some of Akron Ohio's most talented musicians.  The Angie Haze Project's memorable ensemble has featured keys, bass, cello, violin, clarinet, flute, mandolin, classical guitar, saxophone, congas, and other instruments varying at each show. Haze says, "Because of our organic, worldly chord progressions and syncopated rhythms, we make the crowd feel like they're the ones dancing with bells around their ankles!"

Sunday, October 15th 11am - 1pm 

Bull Moose 

Bull Moose is an award-winning singer/songwriter from the great state of Ohio whose warm, authentic sound, indie-folk and indie-rock influences, commanding vocals and canny phrasing have built him a career of touring and performing for crowds at home and abroad. Daryl Rowland, writing for the Huffington Post, said that singer Erik Urycki’s lyrics “often tackle complex human emotions with elegant economy.” While Bull Moose cites influences from Paul Simon to Nick Drake to Radiohead, his material and vibe have more in common with festival favorites like The Decemberists, Wilco, or Ryan Adams, with his consistently smart, spare and rootsy approach.