Spring Carnival

Schedule of Events

March 9, 2024

9am | Carnival Jam Registration 
9:00 – 5 | Vendors | Monster will be here handing out free cans! | Snow Child Clothing Company | Armstrong | Girl Scout Cookies 
Maple City Physical Therapy | Heart Rate Variability Testing Demo
9:30 – 10:30 | Easter Egg Hunt – Ski Patrol 
10am | Snowpainting
10am-1pm | Facepainting sponsored by Armstrong
10am – 2pm | Swain Demo’s 
10 – 7pm |Sale at THE SHOP at Swain – 25% off everything excluding services, lease equipment, and used gear. 
10 – 2pm | Free Fun Run, 60-second race, and Full Cup (Wheels)
9:30 – 10:30 am | Carnival Jam Practice
10:30 am | Carnival Jam Competition Begins
11am – 4pm | DJ Demi Apres Deck Party 
11am-4pm | Outdoor Grill & Bar
12 pm | Pond Skim!! Pre-register below!
2 pm | Frozen T-shirt Kids Contest | Frozen T-shirt Adult Contest: Shawmut Deck
3 pm | Downhill Dummy Competition: Old Main | Awards immediately following
8 pm – 11 pm | Live Music with High Pines
Carnival Jam participants will get a discounted ticket of $45, including Rail Jam registration. Season Passholders $10.
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Pond Skim

🌸🎉 Get ready to make a splash at our Spring Carnival!

We’re excited to announce that amidst all the festivities, we’ll be hosting an adrenaline-pumping Pond Skim!
Strap on your skis or snowboard and get ready to conquer the water as you glide across the pond in style. It’s going to be a spectacle you won’t want to miss!




       Saturday, March 9th, 2024

Join us for the craziest race of the season and a chance to win prizes!! Create a dummy to race in our annual Downhill Dummy Contest!! Dummies will be judged for the most creative, the crowd favorite, the biggest yard, and the gnarliest air! Don’t forget to give your dummy a name and a personality!


All dummies must be registered by 1:00 PM on Saturday, March 9th for the Dummy Downhill race. Registration is in the guest services office. Dummies will be inspected, weighed and measured before the event. The race will begin promptly at 3:00.

  • All Downhill Dummies must be mounted to either 1 snowboard or 2 skis. 
  • For safety reasons, metal bracing or metal weights may not be used in dummies. 
  • Acceptable construction materials include wood, plastic, wire, tape, foam, rubber, vinyl, cardboard or plastic tubing. 
  • Weight and ballast can be provided with sand or other non-hazardous materials. 
  • Dummies must be at least 30 inches tall. 
  • Dummies may not be living or breathing. 
  • Smoke effects are acceptable but nothing that can catch fire. 
  • After the race, it is the responsibility of the owner to remove and dispose of their dummy. 
  • Cannot be over 30 lbs.

Thank you to our sponsors!