SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, 2:30–4:30 P.M.
Middle School and High School youth (and families) are invited to a sledding, snowball fight, snow angel extravaganza up in the mountains after church at the end of the month.
When: Sunday, January 30th, 2:30PM-4:30PM (We will meet at the Easton Reload Parking area).
Where: Easton Reload Sno-Park *subject to change based on conditions so RSVP! About 75-90min from Seattle
RSVP here (Even a "maybe" is helpful so we can communicate changing plans as needed with weather/Covid)
How to get there: At this point in the pandemic, the cathedral is not going to organize ride-sharing. Families can choose to drive their own youth up to the sno-park OR can make their own carpooling arrangements. This location is over Snoqualmie Pass so 4wheel/All Wheel Drive is recommended or have chains with you. Parents, just come hang out and chat with each other and maybe deck your kid with a snowball.
Release of Liability: Youth need to come with the release of liability form filled out by a parent. Emailing it to me ahead of time would be the BEST.
What to bring: Release of liability, sled or saucer, snow gear (boots, coats, hats, gloves, pants), warm change of clothes, snacks, water.
Sno-Park One Day Pass: To park at the Sno-Park you must either have a seasonal Sno-Park Permit or purchase a day use $25 Sno-Park permit for your vehicle. To purchase a permit early, you can do it here and print it. I would recommend waiting until a few days ahead when the weather outlook is more stable. There is a pay-station in the State Park to buy one but that will be likely be out of your way.
Mark you calendars for the snowball fight of the decade...or snow angels if that's your speed.