Retro Fools Day returns to Stevens Pass

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Via Stevens Pass:

Retro Fools Day returns in all its neon glory for a fifth year!

Showcase your Euro carving skills in the slalom race and earn time deductions based on how old your gear is. After the race, head over to the old school stunt ditch and huck your meat!

There will be a mega prize raffle and awards for best dressed, fastest time in the slalom race, best trick in the stunt ditch, and most radical. The older and more retro your gear, the more style points you get in the ditch and the quicker time you’ll post in the slalom race.

All proceeds will benefit the Service Board.

Register online HERE! Entry fee donation includes a limited edition Retro Fools Day 5 t-shirt.

  • $25 for adults
  • $20 for youth (under age 21)

All participants must have a completed and signed waiver (a parent or guardian must sign for anyone under 18). Waivers are available to download HERE.

Also join us for some Retro Trivia in Seattle Thursday, April 10th at the Montlake Traveler (2307 24th Ave E) from 8pm-10pm! We’ll have retro trivia that’s 80’s and 90’s themed – it’s $5 per team for trivia, with all sorts of prizes to be won! And you can register for Retro Fools Day while you’re there!

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