Ski or Snowboard Free on your Birthday – Updated for the 2014-2015 Season! - July 7, 2016 by Admin

Ski or snowboard free on birthday

Interested in skiing or snowboarding for free on your birthday? Check out this updated list of places to go and visit their websites for all the details:

FREE BIRTHDAY OFFERS

 CALIFORNIA

Big Bear Mountain – Free ski or snowboarding on the day of your birthday with valid ID

Mountain High – Present valid ID and receive a free lift ticket to ski or snowboard on your actual birthday. Cake not included.

Snow Valley Mountain – Ski or ride free on your birthday when you present valid ID to Guest Services Office

MINNESOTA

Wild Mountain Taylors Falls Recreation – Free lift ticket with proof of birth date

MONTANA

Black Tail Mountain – Prove it’s your birthday and you ski for free

NEVADA

Diamond Peak Ski Resort – Free lift ticket on your birthday with proof of birth date

CANADA

Jasper National Park, Alberta

Marmot Basin Canadian Rockies – Register online prior to your birthday for a free day on the mountain. They even have a schedule for birthdays that don’t come around during the season. Check their website for all the details.

North Vancouver, BC

Mount Seymour – Present Government issues ID to receive a free lift ticket on your birthday

West Vancouver, B.C.

Cypress Mountain - Present ID at ticket window to receive a free lift ticket on your birthday

HALF-OFF BIRTHDAY OFFERS:

CALIFORNIA

China Peak Ski Resort – Half-off an all day lift ticket for your birthday with photo ID – not valid on holidays

WISCONSIN

Christie Mountain – Half-off lift ticket on birthday – not valid on holidays

FREE WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY:

MONTANA

Showdown Montana Ski Area – Birthday parties for kids 12 & under – birthday boy/girl receives a free lift ticket

FREE WITH GROUP:

IOWA

Seven Oaks Recreation – Birthday Special – Ski, snowboard and/or snow tube the week (M-F) of your birthday. Min 6 paying guests & proof of birth date required.

Disclaimer: These free birthday offers can change at any time. Be sure verify prior to your visit by either calling or checking website.

 

To see this birthday freebie listing and more, visit FreeBirthdayTreats.com, then simply select your state.

Enjoy!





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Tips for Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season - October 16, 2013 by Admin

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It’s inevitable. As the seasons change and the weather grows colder, you’re going to start noticing more coughing, sneezing and sniffling in classrooms and around campus. If you live in close proximity to other students (like in a dorm, sorority or fraternity house), it can be especially hard to steer clear of cold and flu germs. Here are some tried-and-true tips for students who want to ace the cold and flu season.

Eat Right – Eat natural foods rich in vitamins and minerals on a regular basis. Many fruits and vegetables contain natural antioxidants that can help build up your immune system and fight colds and infections. Super immune-boosting foods include: mushrooms, spinach, low-fat yogurt, garlic, grapefruit, almonds, cabbage, oysters and berries.

Drink Water – Along with eating right, drinking plenty of water to keep your body hydrated is important to maintaining your good health. Be sure to keep a refillable water bottle with you to take to classes and study sessions.

Get Sleep – One of the easiest ways students can become run down is to not get enough sleep, especially if you are in the habit of staying up late to cram for tests. By getting at least eight hours of sleep, you are allowing your body time to rest and fight germs and infections.

Exercise – Exercising is another great way to help you build up your immune system and fight sickness. Studies have also shown that low to moderate exercise when you are fighting a cold can help you recover more quickly.

Wash Your Hands – Just think about all the things you’ve touched today – in the classroom, at the computer lab, in the library and at the rec center. There are a lot of germs out there. Be sure to wash your hands often and carry hand sanitizer with you for those times you aren’t able to wash.

Avoid Sick People- One of the easiest ways to avoid getting sick is to stay away from classmates who are are sick with colds and the flu. Likewise, if you are sick, fight the urge to power through it and instead stay home and sleep it off. You’ll help prevent the sickness from spreading to friends and classmates.

Make Use of the Student Health Center – If you are sick and can’t kick it, or you think you may be suffering from more than an average cold, don’t hesitate to visit your campus health center to get a professional opinion.

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Graduation Stoles – 2009 Season Sneak Peak! - October 4, 2009 by Admin

We’ll be updating our graduation photo gallery throughout the next few weeks, but we thought we’d show you just a few of the awesome graduation stoles we’ve been working on so far this season.

If you have not already, you should order your graduation stoles soon!  We are currently running a sale: 10% off orders of 6 or more graduation sashes.

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