Celebrate skiing and community at CoombsFest

JACKSON, WY — Be a part of a truly “Jackson” event, unlike any other fundraiser in the community.

CoombsFest is Sunday, March 17 at Snow King Mountain. It’s a celebration focused on bringing people and communities together, showcasing the strides Coombs Foundation has made in the past year and the powerful impact the foundation has on its participants and volunteers.

CoombsFest brings together every demographic of the Jackson Hole community, based on our unified love of skiing and being in the mountains. Hear stories from the Coombs kids and share in the foundation’s excitement for the future!

Stop by from 4-8 p.m. on the Rafferty Terrace, right at the base of Rafferty Lift at Snow King Mountain. Enjoy entertainment from Elliott Alston, delicious eats provided by King’s Grill, Moe’s BBQ, and Little Red Cafe, plus adult libations from Snake River Brewing, Jackson Hole Still Works and The Liquor Store. Nonalcoholic beverages will be free for the taking.

As for the raffle: we won’t give too much away, but we will say that there are some skis and season passes on the line. Buy your tickets online on the event info page or at the event.

The public is invited to come early and spend the afternoon on the hill with the Coombs Kids. Starting at 1 p.m., anyone who makes a donation of $10 or more gets a lift ticket to ski with the kids. Don’t miss the costume/ribbon wand parade at 4 p.m. — ANYONE can ski in it and it’s a blast.

We ALWAYS need volunteers for events like this, and it’s never too late to sign up to help — your dinner and a drink is on the house if you sign on to the volunteer team. Folks can sign up here.

See you at one of the best ski parties of the year. It’s for skiers of all ages, and anyone else who loves the mountains, values this incredible community, and wants to see first-hand how getting outside changes lives.

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