Loveland hosts ninth annual Corn Harvest to benefit CAIC

This Saturday, Loveland will host the ninth annual Corn Harvest. The fun day of skiing, drinking, and prizes benefits the Colorado Avalance Information Center. Hawaiian shirts and leis are encouraged for the day, and if you don't have your own lei, they'll provide one. The Corn Harvest goes on whether it's snowy and slushy, velvet corn goodness, or dumping powder all day.

Registration costs $60 and includes a lift ticket. If you have a lift ticket or season pass, registration is $30. Registration runs from 8:30 to 9:30. At 10:30 and at 1:30, you can meet for a tour with a Loveland local and find all the stashes, or you can just ski on your own all day.

Registration includes lunch from 11:00 to 1:00 at the base area, with burgers and brats donated by Great Range Brand Bison. The after-ski deck party starts at 3:00, with kegs donated by New Belgium brewery. Beer is included with the registration fee, as is a ticket for the raffle, which starts at 3:30. Prizes are being donated by cool companies like Flylow, Bent Gate, Backcountry Access, Black Diamond, Mammut, and Garmont.

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