Welcome Home, Sugarloafers
Scenic Lift Rides
Live Music & Activities all Weekend
Reunite with your Sugarloaf family at the 2020 Homecoming Celebration, October 10-11. We'll be offering scenic lift rides and live music all weekend, and plenty of fun activities for all ages. Food trucks will be set up throughout the village, and most restaurants and shops will be open.
Like all events, there's a chance that we'll need to cancel, postpone, or restructure Homecoming 2020. We'll continue to adhere to all safety guidance from the Maine CDC.
Homecoming Safety Guidelines
Do your part to keep your Sugarloaf family safe by wearing a mask, maintaining your distance, and staying home if you think you may have been exposed to Coronavirus. Keep an eye out for signs around the resort indicating spacing and traffic flow, and follow all safety guidelines.
What to Expect
We're committed to celebrating safely, which means some of our Homecoming traditions will look a little different, and some may have to wait a year. We ask for your understanding, cooperation, and flexibility as we navigate these guidelines together. Here's what we know will be different:
- Most association meetings will be virtual- your association leaders will coordinate.
- The Annual Meeting will not be held, but we're putting together a video with all the latest updates and info.
- There will be no season pass pickup- all passes are automatically mailed to your address on file.
- Mountainside Real Estate will not be hosting open houses.
- The Sugarloaf Home Show and Upcountry Artists' Shows will not be held, but there will be an outdoor market with several vendors.
- The Kids' Climb has been postponed to next year.
- The Uphill Climb is still being held but with several significant changes (see more below).
In addition, we will continue to follow all Maine CDC guidelines including capacity limits and mask requirements. Thanks so much for your cooperation, we can't wait to see you.
Tentative ScheduleWeekend Highlights
Full Weekend Schedule
See the daily schedule of events taking place on the mountain and beyond. Be sure to support local area businesses- many are hosting Homecoming specials and events.
Scenic Lift Rides
The SuperQuad will run scenic lift rides on Saturday and Sunday from 9-2 for $5 per person. We encourage riders to hike down from the top if they're able- the hike is lots of fun, and more downhill chairs will be available for those who need them. Tickets can be purchased at the outdoor ticket windows in front of the Base Lodge, and proceeds will be donated to local charities.
|Invite the Wild||12-4pm Saturday||The Beach|
|The Steves||3-5pm Saturday||Widowmaker|
|DJ Powers||12-4pm Sunday||The Beach|
Kids 12 & under are invited to decorate pumpkins in the King Pine Room on Saturday from 8:30-11:30am. Art supplies and pumpkins will be provided, and volunteers will be on hand to assist and oversee social distancing and sanitation. Masks are required for everyone over 5 years old.
Reservations are required; $5 per child.
Maine Outdoor Film Festival- Canceled
With rain in the forecast, Maine Outdoor Film Festival has made the difficult decision to cancel tonight's showing. If you had tickets, please be sure to check your email for more information. Thank you for understanding!
The Annual Sugarloaf Uphill Climb is set for Sunday, October 11. Racers trek from the SuperQuad to the very top of the mountain- the ultimate pre-season workout. Registration is now open, with early pricing in place through September 25. Registration closes completely October 9th- there will not be day-of registration this year.
Sugarloaf Christian Ministry is hosting a non-denominational service Sunday morning at 11am at the Bridal Bridge in front of the Sugarloaf Inn. All are welcome.