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January 3, 2018, 5:30 PM - January 31, 2018, 7:00 PM @ Mt Ashwabay Ski & Recreation Area
Don’t let winter slow you down! Women’s Wednesday Nordic Ski Group is the perfect way to exercise and socialize. All ages and abilities are welcome! If you are a beginner, come get free Nordic ski lessons. If you have more experience, come get a great workout. In any case, you will have fun and meet other active women in the area. No equipment? No problem! Mt Ashwabay has great beginner gear at low rental rates. Free to Season Pass Holders / $5 nightly trail pass / $10 nightly trail pass & rental equipment.
January 6, 2018, 4:00 PM - January 27, 2018, 9:00 PM @ Mt Ashwabay Ski & Recreation Area
New Youth Night is Saturday, not Friday
Every Saturday Night join the fun with our popular Youth Nights at Ashwabay.
$10 Lift Tickets with FREE Rentals (grades 6-12)
$1 BART bus round-trip Ashland & WashburnThis program is funded by generous sponsors in our community.
January 7, 2018, 1:00 PM - February 25, 2018, 4:30 PM @ Mt Ashwabay Ski & Recreation Area
NASTAR (National Standard Racing) is a great opportunity for participants of all ages to race a giant slalom course and compare results to others in their age category across the nation. Participants ages 12 and under race free thanks to generous support from the Rychel family. NASTAR is open to Alpine Skiers, Boarders and Telemark Skiers. Racing NASTAR is a great opportunity to have fun in a non-competitive atmosphere. Accumulate points all year because awards will be given at the end of the race season to the top three racers in each age group. Bring a friend and challenge each other for the fastest time every Sunday all season long at Mt. Ashwabay!
January 23, 2018, 7:00 PM @ Harbor View Event Center
Former City Administrator, Pete Mann, will continue his saga of the library’s history: Washburn Gets a Carnegie Library. The building constructed for the Washburn Free Public Library & Reading Room was just ten years old when the library board applied for and received a grant from Andrew Carnegie to construct a new library building, a structure that has housed the city’s library for 115 years. The record book of the proceedings of the board of the Washburn Free Public Library and Reading Room, Washburn Times articles, and Lars Larson’s historical sketch of the community provide the basis for the story of the construction and operation of Washburn’s Carnegie library.
Music: Steve Cotherman