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Ski Areas Host New Year’s Festivities

December 31, 2012 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
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The New Year will be rung in in its traditional way at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort tonight with a torchlight parade and fireworks.  The New Year’s Eve festivities start withthe kids’ Glow Worm Parade on Teewinot Run at 5:30 pm, followed by the annual Torchlight Parade and Fireworks on Apres-Vous. The Glow Worm Parade is open to children up to 14 years old who should meet at 4:50 pm at the Kids Ranch where they will be issued glowsticks for the parade down the slope.  Participation is free and sign up is not required. Parents are not required to accompany skiers.  Likewise, a torchlight parade and fireworks are planned on Snow King Mountain beginning 6:15 pm and is open to volunteer participation.  Interested skiers should report to the base of the summit by 5:45 pm sharp.  The fireworks follow the parade.

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