Hey snowriders, the Alaska Avalanche Information Center wants to help all Alaskans prepare for their big winter adventures with fun, educational programs geared
for riders both new to outdoor adventures as well as long-time veterans.
Thanks to support from AARP Alaska and the Alaska Department of Public Safety, AAIC instructors will be offer back- country skills workshops at Arctic Man 2018 that include a wide range of hands-on activities to fit every skill level and interest.
Play five-card stud poker for a chance to win and learn. This is not your typical poker run. Players travel to five stations to learn and practice safe backcountry skills in exchange for a pok- er number. The player with the highest hand will split the cash pot and be entered to win prizes contributed by such sponsors as Klim, Team CC, Black Diamond, Eagle River Polaris Arctic Cat and more.
If you register to play the Arctic Man Pea Pod Poker Chal- lenge in advance at www.alaskasnow.org you’ll get a poker chip redeemable for your game card plus be automatically entered to win the grand prize package.
Anyone can play the game but you must register online to qualify to play for free and be entered to win the grand prize. Bring your family, friends and adventure partners and make your backcountry travel experiences fun and safe.
DEBRA MCGHAN An instructor shows players how to look at terrain during a Pea Pod
7-10 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, in the Main Tent at Arctic Man
2-6 p.m., Thursday, April 12, at Polaris-Ski-Doo on the Main Vendor Pad
7-10 p.m., Thursday, April 12, main tent
Friday/Saturday (depending on race schedule) near the action. We’ll have a tent those days and if we’re set up and open, come play!
Register at visit www.alaskasnow.org/education/courseofferings, email email@example.com or call 907-376-2898.
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