On October 5, 2023

This Saturday’s harvest faire at Killington Resort has something for the kids and the kids at heart

Courtesy Killington Ski Resort

Killington will celebrate the change of season with their harvest fair at Snowshed Base Lodge this Saturday. Throughout the day, there will be fun-filled activities for the entire family including pumpkin painting, horse-drawn hayrides, apple launching, face painting, & a bouncy house, ax throwing, food, live music and more. 

 

Saturday, Oct. 7 at 10 a.m.—KILLINGTON—This Saturday, Killington Ski Resort will celebrate fall with a family friendly harvest fair at Snowshed Base Lodge. Throughout the day, there will free children’s activities including pumpkin painting, horse-drawn hayrides, apple launching, face painting, & a bouncy house. Participants of apple launching will have a chance to win lift tickets for the upcoming winter season. For the big kids at heart, there will be a station for ax throwing, courtesy of BurlyAxe (18+ only). Additionally, the crowd favorite stein hoisting competition will return once again. Each participant will receive a souvenir Killington mug, while the winners from both the men’s and women’s divisions will take home the grand prize. Sign ups for stein hoisting will take place during the event and are first come, first served! Live music will be playing outside during the afternoon from SP4 performing a song catalog spanning the genres of Funk, R&B, Jazz, Yacht Rock; with catchy sing-a-longs & groovy instrumentals. Admission for all Harvest Faire activities is free. For more infomation, visit: Killington.com.

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