On Deadwood Mountain Grand, that is. We had one of our first semi-serious snowfalls last night, just enough to get the area's skiers and snowboarders inspired enough to get out their gear and start pining for opening day at nearby Terry Peak Ski Area and Ski Mystic. Snowmobilers are also getting excited.
In fact, we visited Terry Peak last week, and the snow-making equipment was spewing out huge mounds of white stuff. When the weather turns a little colder, they'll spread those mounds out to create a thick blanket of fun.
When you're in Deadwood for winter sports, be sure to stop in at Deadwood Mountain Grand. It's a great place to put your feet up, enjoy a hot beverage or a cold beer, listen to live music in the Slime Plant Bar & Lounge, sit down for a game of blackjack or take in one of the shows at our Event Center.
By the way, we have a fun Christmas show planned for November and December. Called "A Grand Christmas," the stage show includes a dozen singers and dancers.
Here's the schedule:
The Thursday, Friday and Saturday shows are 7 p.m. The Sunday matinees are set for 3 p.m.