What's New at Sugarbush
Healthy Mind. Healthy Body. Healthy Spirit.
Here at Sugarbush, it’s not just about skiing and riding. Our philosophy is Be Better Here and that can mean different things to different people, whether it’s improving your skills on the mountain, challenging yourself to complete a race, or spending more quality time with your family. What does it mean for you?
For owner Win Smith, who was recently chosen to receive this year's Distinguished Citizen Award by Champlain College for his engagement and dedication to service and philanthropy in Vermont, it’s about living life to its fullest potential.
In support of that belief, Sugarbush is collaborating with Champlain College to offer a seminar on September 27 entitled: "Healthy Mind. Healthy Body. Healthy Spirit."
The day begins with an early morning Naam Yoga session (Healthy Spirit), led by Win’s wife, Lili. Following breakfast, professors from Champlain will present a series of morning seminars (Healthy Mind). At lunch, Win will preview his upcoming book about the history of Merrill Lynch and provide insight on how the strong culture that built the legendary firm was destroyed in just a few years. In the afternoon, Sugarbush will provide a choice of mountain activities led by John Egan as well as golf, tennis, massage, and relaxation (Healthy Body). A delicious dinner at Timbers follows, highlighted by a performance by renowned violinist Ann Strubler.
We hope you can join us in discovering yet another meaning of Be Better Here.
Please click here for the full event program and to make your reservations.
All the best,
Heidi and the Sugarbush Resort Real Estate team