Splash at Sir Sams

Sir Sam’s Ski and Bike Delivers

splash boardSpring Splash and Apres Ski Party
Rain or Shine

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Located at
Sir Sam’s Ski and Bike
1054 Liswood Rd.,
Haliburton Ontario

This outdoor event that everyone looks forward to where most participants in creative costumes attempt to ski, board or slide across ice cold water.

Regardless of whether you are a participant or a spectator you will have a blast! Prizes awarded for best costumes.

splash ski on pond

Dinner and Dance

splash pondApres Ski party featuring Stephanie Gregg Band is for Adults Only.

Tickets $35/each individual – age 19 years and older, tickets have to be purchased in advance.

Please note menu change: Now serving steak-on-a-bun, salads and dessert.

Check Out Spring Slash at Sir Sam’s for up to date information

Local Weather Forecast for this Spring Splash

Looks like it will be above freezing so you can splash in the pond with light snow coming down

splash weather

Dance Entertainment The Stephanie Gregg Band

Splash Entertainment The Stephanie Gregg BandThe Stephanie Gregg Band is your perfect choice for a great afternoon or evening of high energy, danceable entertainment.

They play everything from AC/DC to ZZTop - Cool Vinyl Tunes!




The Stephanie Gregg Band Video

About The Author


Country life was always a factor when we looked for a place to live, so back in 2002 Heather and I quit our city jobs and purchased a small Country Resort on Halls Lake in the Haliburton Highlands of Ontario Canada. We live on the resort grounds and enjoying helping people with their all season vacation and Family Reunion planning. Our Blog supports resort guests and visitors to the area by letting them know all the things happening in the Haliburton Highlands in order to get the most out of their vacation or weekend getaway. We'll be happy to help you find what your looking for in the Haliburton Highlands. May it be things to do, places to eat, family activities, sites to see, cottages for rent or sale, almost anything to do with the Haliburton Highlands.

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