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10th annual UllrFest returns to Diamond Peak Ski Resort

The 10th annual UllrFest starts Friday, Feb. 1, at Diamond Peak Ski Resort.
Photo by Paul Raymore, courtesy of Diamond Peak Ski Resort

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What: 10th annual UllrFest

When: Friday & Saturday, Feb. 1-2

Where: Diamond Peak Ski Resort (1210 Ski Way, Incline Village, Nev.)

Tickets: Varies

Info: http://www.dpsef.org

Come get in the winter spirit and help out a good cause this weekend at Diamond Peak Ski Resort, which will celebrate the 10th annual UllrFest.

Named for the Scandinavian god of winter and snow, who is widely regarded as the patron saint of skiers, UllrFest is part party, part fundraiser.

The two-day event raises funds for the Diamond Peak Ski Education Foundation (DPSEF), a nonprofit that aims to “provide a year-round program to develop each athlete’s skill, grit, and integrity, and to inspire and empower each of their athletes to achieve their personal goals in athletics and in life,” according to Diamond Peak.

The funs starts Friday, Feb. 1, with the torchlight parade and Ullr party at the Diamond Peak deck and Loft Bar.

The schedule of activities for the day is:

3:30 p.m.: Raffle tickets and Ullr hats for sale at Base Lodge Deck

4-7 p.m.: Ullr BBQ & drink specials

5:30-8:30 p.m.: Live music

6 p.m. (dusk): Torchlight parade & bonfire (parade on show-off, viewing on decks)

7:30 p.m.: Raffle & costume contest at Loft Bar

Festivities continue Saturday with a gala dinner and auction at The Chateau in Incline Village.

The dinner will run from 5:30-11 p.m., and will include dancing as well as a live and silent auction.

Tickets for the dinner are $100 per person, $180 per couple or $900 per table of 10. They can be purchased online at http://www.dpsef.org.

For information about Diamond Peak Ski Resort, including lift ticket prices, terrain conditions and more, visit diamondpeak.com.

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