SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — With winter right around the corner, Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is excited to generate early season stoke with the second annual Sierra Snowball Fight: A Dodgeball Tournament at Steamers Bar and Grill on November 14.
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Sierra Resort fans and season passholders will be able dodge, dive, dip and duck while helping support the local community. Sierra Resort is happy to continue their longstanding commitment to the community and share their excitement for the upcoming 2013-14 season.
“Part of our role as members of the Lake Tahoe community and as global citizens is finding ways to give back throughout the season. We look for ways to make meaningful contributions, support our guests and employees, and have fun while we are at it,” said John Rice, General Manager of Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort.
Guests can get in the spirit of winter and join other members of the community in a “Snowball Fight.” The Sierra Snowball Fight will use the classic childhood game, dodgeball, to reconnect powder hounds and celebrate the upcoming winter before the lifts start spinning.
This is an all ages event. The event, at Steamers Bar and Grill, starts at 7 p.m.
Team space is limited so sign up early by calling 530-543-3139.