The Family Ski Meisters Ski Club was formed in the summer of 1968 by a group of ski enthusiasts who were interested in promoting the sport of downhill skiing at a family level. Their goal was to make the sport of skiing affordable for families with children, provide the opportunity for ski education to all club members to produce better skiers and provide an atmosphere for children to learn the sport of skiing with their peers in similar age groups. Over time the club has evolved to provide a year-round schedule of family oriented social activities in addition to the family downhill skiing and snowboarding focus.
Our club membership ranges from the original founding members to families with children as well as individual members. Member skill levels range from beginners to experts, all with the focus on having family fun. Membership also includes 2nd generation Ski Meisters with children of their own as well as college age adults, all who are guests at club events under their parents’ membership.
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New Families and individuals are welcome after the completion of the Membership application. Membership forms and where to submit them are located at familyskimeisters.com. The annual fee is $35 for an entire family or $20 per individual, payable at time of your membership application.
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The primary focus of the club calendar is geared to ski events which will normally run from December through March.
Ski trips include:
Additionally, the Club sponsors year round outdoor activities and social events which can be found at our website, familyskimeisters.com
Ski trips include:
Day or evening trips to area ski resorts Weekend trips to upstate New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine etc. Full week trips to Europe, Canada or the Western US.
The club also prepares a schedule of events for the non-winter seasons which appeals to the overall membership.
Warmer season events include:
Outdoor concerts, camping / hiking trips, biking outings, kayaking, baseball games, holiday parties and house socials.
Event location and the types of events are continuously evaluated based on feedback from club members with the needs of the club families in mind. Because the club can negotiate event costs on a group basis, substantial discounts are passed on to the club and its membership.
The Family Ski Meisters Ski Club was formed in the summer of 1968 by a group of ski enthusiasts who were interested in promoting the sport of downhill skiing at a family level.