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Women’s “Souper” Bowl offers food, fun, intro to winter activities

WINTER SPORTS —Sign-up is under way for an annual event known for encouraging women to take an adventurous yet enjoyable step into winter.

The seventh-annual Women’s Souper Bowl – which includes cross-country skiing and snowshoeing activities, free rentals and lessons, treats, prizes and lunch – is set for 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Feb. 5 based out of Selkirk Lodge at Mount Spokane.

The activities end in time to avoid conflict with the “other” Super Bowl on TV.

The events are open to women of all ages and athletic ability.

New to the Souper Bowl this year:

  • The nordic ski race has been replaced with a cross-country ski trek to acquire poker hands to win prizes at the Souper lunch.
  • Snowshoers will have special permission to trek on a portion of the groomed nordic ski trail system.

Cost: A $30 minimum suggested donation is requested for the Women’s and Children’s Free Restaurant for registrations received by Friday (Jan. 27). Extra will be requested for late registrations.

Transportation: Sno-Park permits required for vehicles. Avoid the driving and parking hassles by reserving seats on chartered “Souper Bus,” which leaves Mountain Gear at 8 a.m. and stops at Mt. Spokane High School 8:30 en route to the mountain. Departs mountain at 1 p.m. Cost: $15.

Women’s Souper Bowl at Mount Spokane

WINTER SPORTS — Women and girls can earn an advantage in winning prizes by signing up early for the 6th Annual Women's Souper’ Bowl snowshoe and cross-country Ski event at Mount Spokane.

Use the handy new online registration option.
The event runs 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Feb. 6, but if ladies who sign up before this Sunday get an extra ticket for the prize raffles.  Also, the first 100 to sign up get a free cloth shopping bag from REI.
The best part is the event itself, which includes snowshoeing lessons and treks (free rentals provided), a cross-country ski race and other activities, along with a  SoUPER lunch and prize drawings.
The event, designed for women of all abilities, supports the Women’s and Children’s Free Restaurant.
Minimum $25 donation requested.
Special Souper Bowl bus transportation to the mountain is available (saves the cost of a  Sno-Park permit).
Last year the event had SOUPER results. Tthe 245 participants skied, snowshoed, dined and raised $9,300 for the charity, organizers said.
Read on for more details.