Mountain Madness at Titus Mountain Family Ski Center
TENTATIVE Schedule of Events
Please note that certain activities require a paid lift ticket. Please register by the deadline so we can make sure everyone can have fun! Signed waivers required for most events. Times subject to change.
Throughout Titus Teddy & Shredding Betty Appearances
Titus Teddy will be roaming the mountain throughout the day along with his cohort Shredding Betty. Make sure you say hello when you see him!
8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. Pancake Breakfast
As part of NYS Maple Weekend we will be serving a pancake breakfast in Shredding Betty’s Bistro. Two flapjacks, choice of sausage or bacon, and Moon Valley Maple Syrup.
9 a.m. Registration Begins for Vintage Sled Show
10 a.m. CHALLENGE Race Series
$8 per person, lift ticket required
Sign-up at the Event Table individually. OR sign-up as a family for our special “Fastest Family on the Mountain” race with special prizes.
11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Sugarhouse Tours
The Moon Valley Maple Sugar Shack will be open for tours and questions about how we collect, boil, and bottle maple syrup slopeside! Free samples too! (Don’t forget to grab one of our delicious maple-themed specials at the Moon Valley Grill)
11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Face Painting by Prism Face Painting
Face Painting for all ages! Lower Lodge main floor under the “Moon Valley Grill” sign.
11:30 – 2:30 p.m. Magic Show & Balloon Animals
Free balloon animals for the kids with a magic show at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m.
12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Outdoor Grill (weather dependent)
Serving up the classics: hamburgers, hot dogs, and sausage. Don’t forget to grab some fresh maple cotton candy too!
12 p.m. Kids’ Ski Obstacle Course Race
FREE, lift ticket required
Up, down, under and around—see what kind of skills you have! Three age groups: 0-5, 6-9, and 10-13. Register at the Snow Sports School desk by 11:45 a.m. Meet at the Learning Hill by 12 p.m.. (All participants receive a gift).
12 p.m. Vintage Sled Ride
FREE, must be pre-registered
1 p.m. Vintage Sled Prizes
FREE, Must be pre-registered
Prizes for oldest, fan favorite, and judge’s choice.
1 p.m. Poker Run
FREE, lift ticket required
Must be 21+ to participate. Register at the Event Table until 1 p.m. Receive a map with five designated spots on the mountain with bags filled with playing cards in sealed envelopes. Collect an envelope at each stop. Bring your five unopened envelopes back to the bar in the lodge and receive your sixth card. The skier with the best 5-card poker hand wins a “Basket of Cheer!” All hands must be turned in by 5 p.m. Complimentary Beer for each registrant.
1 p.m. Penguin Paddle
Five age groups: 0-5, 6-8, 9-11, 12-17, and 18+. Must sign-up by 12:45 p.m. at the Event Table and meet at the starting line by 1 p.m. Each racer is encouraged to wear a helmet. Each racer will be given a bag with precut head and arm holes; on the starters mark, racer will run and slide down the course on their stomachs as if they were penguins! First to cross the finish line in each group wins a prize!
2– 4 p.m. Live Music by Shawn Legacy
Music on the patio.
2 p.m. Cardboard Sled Race
Two age groups: 12 & under and 13 & over. Must sign-up by 12:45 p.m. at the Event Table and meet at the starting line by 2 p.m. More info on the Cardboard Sled Race registration form.
4 p.m. Pond Skimming
See if you have what it takes to skim across the pond on your skis or snowboard! Make it across or not, participate or watch, it’s guaranteed to be a good time! Prizes awarded for best skimmer, best costume, best splash, and best kid! Sign up at the Event Table by 2:30 p.m.
6 p.m. Moon Valley Parks Rail Jam
We will pick one of our rail features and show us your best trick for your chance to win some Titus Swag or prize packs! (Maybe even a free Taco or two from Taco Bell®!)
7. – 8 p.m. S’Mores
We have all the fixins’ for these yummy treats at the fire pit – all ages welcome – until we run out!
5-9 p.m. Live Music by Glass Onion
Live music in the Lower Lodge.
7:30 p.m. Torchlight Parade
FREE, (Show up early, just in case—sunset is at 7:00)
Come watch the mountain light up with skiers and riders as they create a masterpiece of movement on the face of the mountain. It’s a truly breathtaking sight. If you are interested in participating, all ages 8 & up can sign up at the Event Table by 6 p.m.
8:00 p.m. Fireworks
(Show up early, just in case—twilight ends at 7:30)
When the last torch goes out in the torchlight parade, the first rocket goes up to celebrate the 2016-2017 ski season (with lots more skiing & riding on the horizon)!