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King Pine Cardboard Box Derby

King Pine invites creative cardboard box races of all ages and experience levels to their Cardboard Box Derby on Sunday, March 19th, from 11:30am to 1:30pm. Creative racers young in age and young at heart, create a theme and build your carboard box racer and don’t forget to pair it with your own theme music to race down their racecourse designed specifically for the event!

Box racers can be designed for two or four racers and must be built entirely out of cardboard (sorry – no wood or metal allowed!). Boxes may be held together with tape, glue, or may be stitched. Contestants are highly advised to wear helmets for safety.

The entrance fee is $5 per cardboard box and a completed registration form and signed waiver are required to enter the race. Registration, inspection, and style judging opens at 12:00 p.m. in the Fireplace Room. The race will start at 1:00 p.m. at the base of the Open Slope.  Awards will be presented after completion of race at base of the Open Slope under categories of style, speed and durability. Happy racing!! 

King Pine Hosts PSIA & AASI Level 1 Exam January 28-29

East Madison, N.H. — Approximately 20 ski instructors will be at King Pine Ski Area this weekend seeking their Alpine Level 1 certification from the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA). Examiners from the Eastern Division of PSIA will spend two days evaluating the candidates against national certification standards for ski teaching. According to the PSIA-AASI (American Association of Snowboard Instructors) website, certification standards provide a consistent training framework for instructors and represent a standard of competency for ski teaching across the United States that is transferrable from division to division. No matter where you live, once an instructor is certified by PSIA or AASI, they’ll teach from the same platform and to the same standards as PSIA-AASI members from across the country.

“We are excited to be the host ski area for this PSIA Level 1 Exam event,” said Trisha Jacobson, King Pine Ski Area’s Director of Ski and Snowboard School. “Though many of our ski and snowboard instructors, coaches and trainers are already PSIA and AASI Level 1, 2 and 3 certified, this is the first time that King Pine has been the host ski area for a certification exam. I am proud of our 12 new instructor candidates who have been working hard with our training staff to prepare for this event. We also look forward to welcoming instructors from several other ski areas who will be joining us for this event. We wish all the candidates success this weekend and beyond as they join PSIA, expand their professional expertise and bring it all back to their ski areas and into their lessons!”

About The PSIA and AASI

With more than 10,600 members, the Eastern Division of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA-E) and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI) is the largest of the nine divisions that make up PSIA and AASI. The Eastern Division members represent nearly 35% of more than 31,400 national members. Members live and work in seven regions up and down the East Coast, teaching for more than 250 snowsports schools.

About King Pine

King Pine Ski Area, located in Madison, New Hampshire, is part of Purity Spring Resort and has a rich tradition of delivering outdoor fun and family recreation. Conveniently located between the Lakes Region and the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Purity Spring Resort has been owned and operated by the Hoyt family since the late 1800s and today offers a variety of year-round family destinations, including Tohkomeupog – Camp for Boys , The Lodges Retreat Center at Tohkomeupog, Traditions Restaurant, The Mill Indoor Pool & Fitness Center, Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort, The Bluffs RV Resort (exclusively for adults), Purity Spring Resort and King Pine Ski Area.

Written By Thomas Prindle
Director of Marketing, Purity Spring Resort

King Pine Music Festival THIS WEEKEND!!

kng-pine-flyer2 Day Music Festival. 20+ bands, Tom Constanten(Grateful Dead’68-71)with Big Rhythm Wine, The Fools, Spiritual Rez, Richard James and the Name Changers, Otis Grove, SkyFoot, The 220’s, Shark Martin, The Dean Machine, Shine It On, The Adam Douglass Band, Tom Palance and the Beantown All-Stars, Glen River, Joe Belmont, The Lonesome Brothers, Score, Glen River, House of Vice, Our Own World, The Shuckers, The Sleeping Dogs, The Muddy Bottom Band and more……………………..

For more information see the face book page: King Pine Music Fest

Fun Run for Boston with the White Mountain Milers

Boston Marathon Memorial Run – Saturday April 27th 10 AM (Regist
Join the White Mountain Milers for a fun run or walk in honor of the victims of the bombings at the Boston Marathon.

THIS IS A FREE EVENT. DONATIONS WELCOME. ALL PROCEEDS TO GO TO THE ONE FUND BOSTON.

The event will be at 10 AM on April 27th at King Pine and is open to anyone.
Registration will begin at 9AM. This will be a run or a walk, whichever you prefer and will not be timed.
It will be free and we will accept donations for the One Fund Boston .
This is about celebrating the community of New England and showing support to the people of Boston. All of us in some way are touched by tragedies like this and certainly as runners, we all know someone who has participated in the ultimate of marathons: The Boston Marathon.

The event will consist of approximately a 2.62 kilometer route that starts at Milt’s Place at King Pine Ski Area. For anyone who wishes to run further after the commemorative run, it is a beautiful area with bountiful trails and country roads and we encourage you to take in the beauty.

For parking, we recommend parking at Milt’s Place or across the street from the main lodge at King Pine. Registration will begin at 9 AM (only for everyone to sign a waiver, there is no cost for the event) with the event taking place at 10.

We appreciate the willingness of The Hoyts, Laurie Campbell and King Pine Ski Area for being open to us having this event on such short notice.