Kimberley Alpine Resort closes this weekend

It’s the last weekend of the ski season in Kimberley, and one and all will be heading up the hill to attend Spring Splash on Saturday and Sunday.

It’s a chance to get in a few last runs, meet all your friends, listen to great music outdoors on the Plaza, watch skiers and boarders dare the splash pond, and see dummies fly.

Great music is a big part of the Splash and this year, Kimberley Alpine Resort has lined up the New Soul Duo (Plaza 1 p.m. and Stemwinder 7 p.m. on Saturday) and award winning country act Clayton Bellamy and the Congregation (4 p.m. Saturday). Sunday’s musical acts are Faceplate and Leather Apron Revival.

The Splash Pond fun begins at noon, with registration open at 9 a.m. Only 100 people can sign up, so register as soon as you can.

On Sunday, the dummies fly at noon as well, and the outdoor concerts continue all day.

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