School's out for MLK Day and if you're looking for places to go, here's a list of what's open around…
Snowy winters are a lot more fun when you can hit the slopes! Take up a new sport this year and sign up for ski and snowboard lessons.
Pine Knob offers a variety of classes for kids and families. From Mom, Pops & Tots to private lessons, sign up soon because space is limited. Private lessons start at $70 for an hour, six week Moms Pops and Tots class is $240.
Hours of operation: Monday – Friday 10am to 10pm; Saturday 9am to 10pm; Sunday 9am to 9pm
Address: 7778 Sashabaw Road, Clarkston, MI, 48348
Alpine Valley offers a variety of ski and snowboard programs. “First Tracks” Program is a public group lesson, offered on Saturdays and Sundays for new skiers and snowboarders ages 4 to 11 costs $90. Private or semi-private lessons range from $35 to $65 per student.
Hours of operation: Wednesday – Friday 2pm to 9pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am to 10pm
Address: 6775 Highland Rd, White Lake, MI, 48383
Mt. Brighton offers multiple Ski & Ride School classes and they have a maximum class size of six. Group lessons will only be available to kids over the age of 7 this winter. For kids age 4-6, you can register for one-on-one, one-hour private lessons. Sessions start at $56 per person.
Hours of operation: Open daily, hours vary
Address: 4141 Bauer Rd, Brighton, 48116
Mt. Holly offers several learning options, from One-on-one Lessons to semi-private lessons to group lessons, kids ages 5 and older can learn to ski or snowboard. Private lessons start at $70 per person and group lessons start at $25 per person.
Hours of operation: Wednesday to Friday 3pm to 10pm, Saturday 9am to 10pm + Sunday 9am to 9pm
Address: 13536 Dixie Hwy, Holly, MI, 48442
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