Latest from The Spokesman-Review
First the weather turned colder and the mountains turned white. Now, the annual Warren Miller ski film is coming to town this week – sure signs that the ski season is on the way. “Ticket to Ride” is the 64th annual Warren Miller ski film to kick off the season and get skiers and snowboarders in the proper frame of mind for the slopes; it plays at the Egyptian Theatre in Boise this Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, plus a Saturday afternoon matinee. There’s more info here from the Bogus Basin Ski Club, sponsors of the annual Boise showing, including a link to watch the trailer for the film; click here for theater info and to buy tickets.
WINTER SPORTS — If you missed the show in Spokane and the wintery weather forecast finally has you in the mood for the slopes, North Idaho College is presenting Warren Miller’s ski and snowboard film ‘Wintervention’ Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in Boswell Hall Schuler Performing Arts Center.
Ticket: $15 or $10 for NIC students, youths 12 and younger and senior citizens. Get then at NIC Outdoor Pursuits Office or the Ski Shack in Hayden. Info: (208) 769-7809.