Free Skier Society – Supervention II Screening



Whether you’re an experienced skier or just getting started, you should know about the Utah Freeskier Society, a student-run organization started in 2001 whose goal is to promote the sport of skiing on campus at the U.

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, they will screen Supervention II, a new ski documentary by Field Productions. This screening will be the premier in the United States, so ski bums and film lovers, rejoice. This event is not to be missed. Tickets are $5 at the door for members and $10 for non-members. There will be an accompanying raffle with the chance to win free skis, poles, goggles, gift cards, and outerwear, along with many companies and brands giving out free schwag.

The event will be held in the U’s College Of Social Work Auditorium. Raffle begins at 7:15, so mark your calendars and clear your schedules. Visit the Utah Free Skier’s website here or follow them on Facebook to find out more and stay in the loop on all the upcoming events.

Through a Utah Freeskier Society membership, you can get massive discounts on season passes at Brighton, Alta, Park City Mountain Resort, and more, plus huge gear discounts on tons of big name brands. They host ski-related events and activities throughout the year.

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Alaynia is a junior studying Journalism at the U. She is a Salt Lake City native and a proud dog mom of an 11-year-old pit bull named Maynerd. When she's not studying or writing for Wasatch, she is hiking, skiing, gardening and doing photography. She is passionate about environmental and social justice issues. Some things you are likely to find in her apartment include paraphernalia of The Beatles, David Bowie, and Star Wars. After graduating, she hopes to become a photojournalist and travel.


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