The 10th Annual WSSB (Washington State School for the Blind) winter sports program is March 6th & 7th, 2018. This fun event is held in conjunction with the USFS and Teacup Nordic Club and provides the WSSB students a safe, fun, positive, memorable experience they might never ever have again. Returning students love it! Volunteers help and guide the students in skiing and there will be nature and science activities in the cabin. The trails are open durning this time but the cabin will be busier than usual and some area of the trails might be a bit crowded. About 20 students will be involved in the program this year.

The event requires about 30 volunteers per day, so if you would like to volunteer to help with the wonderful event, please feel free to contact Richard Fay, the program leader, at

Student Benefits: Enables students to gain more confidence, self esteem and more social interaction.

Educational Benefits: Enables students to learn about natural sciences and/or wildlife from USFS seminar by USFS Wildlife Biologists, Geologists, Foresters & other professionals.

Dates & Times: Tuesday 06 March: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM; Wednesday 07 March time: 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM