Emoji masks might be involved in the annual Pumpkin Hunt. Photo submitted

Nelson Nordic Ski Club hosts third annual Pumpkin Hunt

The event runs Sunday, Oct. 27, at Apex

Submitted by Nelson Nordic Ski Club

Nelson Nordic Ski Club’s third annual Pumpkin Hunt will be Sunday at Apex lodge, 10 a.m. to noon, rain or shine.

The track attack and junior racers are organizing a Pumpkin Hunt to raise funds for their youth ski program. The team has hidden 125 pumpkins in its Enchanted Forest. Children 12 and under are invited to hunt for a pumpkin with the ski team who will guide them into the forest.

There will be some fun games and drawing on the pumpkins for carving at home.

This is a team fundraiser so bring your whole family.

Pumpkin, hot dog, hot chocolate and marshmallows around the fire is $10, while food alone is $5.

Please remember to bring your own mug for hot chocolate and your own drinking water.

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