Meadows Calendar

May 2010

  • May 02

    Mazotfest Charity Fun Race Raises $1300 for Avy Dogs!

    Thank You so much everyone who participated in MAZOTFEST 2010. A special thanks to Double Mountain Brewery for sponsoring this event. This event was a benefit to support MHM Avalanche Dog Program and turned out to be a wonderful success! We raised funds four ways- selling raffle tickets, race entry fees, selling Avalanche Dogs T-shirts, and 50 cents from every Double Mountain beer sold went to this program.

    In all we raised over $1,300 for our dogs! Thank You again and we will see you at MAZOTFEST 2011!

    MazotFest Avalanche Dog Fun Race MEET THE RESCUE DOGS AT THE MAZOT. Race & watch others do the same! Mazot Fest, sponsored by Double Mountain Brewery, will be taking place this Saturday, May 1st at 10:00am to 1:00pm. This is a FUN charitable race benefiting the Avalanche Rescue Program. Each run will cost $10 and awards will be based on fastest male, female, skier and snowboarder. Check in begins shortly after 9am at the Mazot. The race will start above the Mazot and the entire course is spectator friendly with great viewing areas, primarily from the Mazot. A raffle for shwag & Tully's has donated a great coffee maker as a big prize. Come join the fun and have a beer with our eclectic crew of snow enthusiasts; not to mention fifty cents from each beer sold at the Mazot will immediately benefit this great cause.


    Double Mountain Brewery

    See the FOX 12 news story on avalanche rescue dogs.

  • May 06

    Kashmir India

    Kashmir India - a slide show by award winning photographer Richard HallmanCome enjoy a peek into another world on the edge of the Himalaya - what the locals call "Heaven on Earth"

    Photos by award winning photographer Richard Hallman. $5 admission - raffle prizes.
    Skylight Theater in Hood River - doors open at 6:15 PM

  • May 28-01

    Campus Rail Jam Tour

    Campus Rail Jam TourThe Campus Rail Jam Tour is a grassroots snow sports movement, dedicated to promoting the amateur ski and snowboard scene. The competition is all about the "up-and-comers" and those who are "about to blow up." 25 tons of snow and a 21+ beer garden.

    Portland finals start at 4 PM, at Pioneer Square.