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Mount Snow

WEST DOVER- Mount Snow's parent company Peak Resorts announced they have temporarily suspended their EB-5 fundraising campaign, citing pending legislative changes to the federal program. In a notice submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission last week, Peaks called the changes “...

Mount Snow’s golf management team includes, from left, merchandise manager Linda Doty, Fairways restaurant manager Melissa Sutton, pro shop supervisor Jenny Darrigo, head pro Matt Conroy, assistant superintendent Frank Santoro, and head superintendent Bryan White. Photo by Randy Capitani
DOVER- Golfers in the valley have been ready to get out on the local links this spring. They won’t have to wait any longer, as the Mount Snow Golf Club opens Friday, May 18.
According to head pro Matt Conroy, the course survived the winter just fine and is ready for the summer season....

The Mount Snow Golf Club will host the Deerfield Valley Rotary Putt and Pour Tournament.
DOVER-  On Friday, June 8, the Deerfield Valley Rotary will present the second annual Putt and Pour Tournament at the Mount Snow Golf Club.  This event is an 18 hole scramble, consisting of four people per team.
At 1 pm, teams of four will begin at various holes for the putting competition...

Fireworks over the main stage during the last act at the 2018 Minus Zero Festival at Mount Snow.
DOVER - At the Dover Selectboard’s Tuesday meeting, town officials and representatives from Mount Snow gave a recap of the Minus Zero Festival, which was held at Mount Snow April 6 through April 8. Police chief Randy Johnson said overall the event went “better than I expected,” but both he and...

Somerset Reservoir and Stratton Mountain, seen from the summit of Mount Snow at sunrise on opening day of the 2017-2018 ski season, November 11, 2017.
STRATTON - The US Forest Service is hosting a public meeting and open house in Stratton on May 2. The meeting will focus on the upcoming Somerset Integrated Resource Project in which the forest service will employ “management activities” to achieve the goals set out in the Green Mountain National...
DOVER- When somebody says they’re “living the dream,” they may or may not actually mean it. For action sports photographer Mike Dawson, the phrase is 100% true, and then some. Dawson has spent the winter shooting photography for Mount Snow and enjoying every minute of it.
“I love it,” said...

A solitary skier enjoys perfect corduroy on the Cascade trail at Mount Snow.
DOVER– Mount Snow has announced that the official closing date for its 2017/18 season will be Sunday, April 22, marking an end to the resort’s longest season in more than a decade. Mount Snow will total 162 days of continuous operation.
Thanks in part to over 80 inches of snowfall received...
DOVER- Mount Snow and the surrounding area will be rocking out this weekend, as the Minus Zero Festival makes its debut in the Deerfield Valley.
Billed as a winter sports and music festival, Minus Zero will bring more than 50 musical acts and performance artists for a three-day event Friday,...

Dustin Hollister won two gold medals at the winter games.
DOVER- The Adaptive Sports at Mount Snow’s Special Olympics team traveled to Pico Resort March 18 to 20 to compete in the Special Olympics Vermont’s Winter Games.
Bluebird team member Emma Davis was chosen to lead the athlete pledge and to light the caldron at the opening ceremonies.
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