Top 7 Events To Look Forward To This Holiday Season
As the trees change colors and the weather starts to cool down and the fall breeze picks up, it’s mother nature’s sign that the holidays are just around the corner. Which also means the season is about to be filled with good food and good times with family and friends. If you’re trying to debate where to go for the holidays, these seven events located in Mammoth Lakes, California will leave you not wanting to go anywhere else. From mountain parties, to family-friendly parades, fall and winter festive festivals these events will make your holidays one of kind. Trust me, you won’t want to miss out. Keep reading below to learn more about these top 7 events that you should attend this holiday season.
- Mammoth Mountain Opening Day: Thursday, November 8th, 2018
This year Mammoth Mountain is kicking off their 2018/2019 winter snow season on November 8th with the first opening day of the season! If you get there early you might get lucky and be the first in line to ride a banner breakthrough chairlift ride to the top of Broadway Express. This epic day will be filled with endless powered to shred and a sundeck beer toast to celebrate the beginning of the winter season.
- Thanksgiving Turkey Trot: Thursday, November 22nd, 2018
This year celebrate your Thanksgiving holiday in Mammoth Lakes, California. Many of us like to sit down, give thanks, eat until our pant belts are about to pop, watch a football game and afterwards fall asleep. This year before you sit down to grub, run at the annual turkey trot and give thanks for being there and commit to health and fitness for the year to come. Afterwards, enjoy complimentary hot cocoa and snacks.
- Annual Holiday Tree Lighting: Friday, November 23rd, 2018
The Annual Tree Lighting Festival is an event everyone looks forward to throughout the year. This family-friendly event consists of live music and photos with Woolly The Mammoth and Santa Clouse. Bring the whole family, head to The Village and enjoy the spectacular of this massive tree being light with numerous colorful decorations and lights.
- The Night Of Lights Festival: Saturday, December 15th, 2018
In Mammoth Lakes, California celebrate one of the best festivals of the year. Every year Canyon Lodge hosts a huge event to celebrate the holiday season. Enjoy a light show of fireworks that light up the entire night sky right on the ski slopes. Have fun on a complimentary gondola ride as well as a torchlight parade with food and drinks that are provided
- June Mountain Opening Day: Friday, December 21st, 2018
If you attended Mammoth Mountain’s opening day, it’s a must to attended June Mountain’s opening day, especially if you’ve never been before. Check out the groomed yet powdery ski slopes to cruise down and enjoy an opening ceremony, beer toast, and bonfire.
- Woolly’s Saturday Parade: Saturday, December 22nd, 2018
From December until March every Saturday afternoon bring the family and enjoy Woolly’s Parade in the Village in Mammoth Lakes, California. Lavish in face painting, great food, hot cocoa, pictures, music, dancing, and of course, a parade! All ages welcome, especially for the kids.
- New Year’s Eve Family Event & Party: Monday, December 31st, 2018
Whether you’re a family who wants to have fun, or over 21 and wants to party, Mammoth Lakes, California has exactly what you’re looking for. For families with children or those who are under 21 head to The Village and enjoy a spectacular firework show, food, drinks, live music, face painting, party favors, gourmet hot cocoa bar and visits from Woolly. If your over 21 head to Eagle Lodge to party until the morning. Enjoy drinks, live music, food, firework show, DJ’s, and complimentary celebratory champagne to bring in the New Year.
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