More great events on at the snow. Thanks to Tamie from “Now Rip This” for sharing the great snow events this season.

GIRLS SURF SNOW

This is an ‘all female’ snowboard event to raise funds and awareness for Breast Cancer by offering female riders a chance to unite and have some snowboarding fun!
The event is in association with The National Breast Cancer Foundation and offers a chance to ride in an a non-intimidating environment, with a bunch of girls.

When: August 18th 2012

Where: Cruiser Terrain Park, Thredbo

How much: $50 (tickets and sign up at ESS Board store Jindabyne, or email boardabc@hotmail.com)

What you get:
A ‘pink gift bag’,
a pink ‘Board ABC’ basketball style singlet,
lots of prizes to be won,
a discounted lift pass for the day,
PLUS the following:-

– A coaching session where participants will be lead by Professional Qualified female snowboard Instructors and female, Sponsored/Competitive snowboarders. These respected women are all donating their time for the cause. The event is not for beginner snowboarders. It is a chance…

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