MEDIA CENTER | IMAGE GALLERY | EVENTS CALENDAR | CONTACT US For immediate releaseApril Fools $1 Day, IZSTYLE Winter Tour, Reggae Pond Skimming and Grammy Award Winning Toots and the Maytals!Tuesday April 1 2008 it's Waterville Valley's annual dollar day. This isn't your run of the mill April Fool's joke; come ski or ride for just $1 buck all day! Enjoy great spring conditions, warm weather and the best deal of the season.Â Just four days later on Saturday April 5 and Sunday April 6 Waterville Valley hosts two full days of springtime fun. The IZSTYLE Winter Tour will be here both days featuring the Reverb Eco Village, all natural and organic food sampling, ski and snowboard demos, and the mix 98.5 Acoustic AprÃ¨s Party with Audio Journal on Saturday afternoon.Also on April 5th you can test your fate at a "Do the Reggae" Pond Skimming. Organizers promise the deepest and biggest pond ever constructed at Waterville. With winners receiving concert tickets for Saturday's show. Registration will take place from 8-10am at the Event Yurt and will be open to the first 70 people. Skimming will commence at 11am on Tommy's World Cup Trail.Â Saturday night The Bud Light Concert Series presents Toots and the Maytals , slope side under the tent at the base area of the resort. Doors will open at 7:30pm with the Pete Kilpatrick Band from Portland, ME opening the show. The concert is 18+ and tickets are on sale for $15 in advance before April 5 or day of for $20. If you are a college student with a valid student ID tickets are just $10 before April 5 or day of for $15. A lift ticket and concert package is also available for $61. Toots and the Maytals tickets can be purchased online at Waterville.com, onsite at Waterville Valley or by calling 1-800-GO VALLEY. Ski, Stay and Reggae packages start at $100 per person, double occupancy in a one-bedroom condo. For more details on lodging check Waterville.com.Â For more info and to purchase Toots and the Maytals concert tickets log onto http://www.waterville.com
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