• Tony Bosworth

Richmond Inn set to become super cool with 50 tonnes of snow kicking off Snow Week festivities



It’s snow joke, there will be a flurry of cool activity at The Richmond Inn next month as they slide into Snow Week festivities and transform the pub’s normally sunny outdoor terrace into a winter wonderland just in time for the school holiday season.


A family-friendly snowy paradise will be formed from July 4 to 10 with the help of 50 tonnes of snow expected to “fall” during the week.


And Hawkesbury families will get the opportunity to win one ski trip to Jindabyne for this season.


Not only will all attendees get free access to the snow for all the classic winter escapades including snowball fights, tobogganing and snow angel making, there will also be exclusive events for families and big kids too.


For families, there will be free daily activities including classic winter movie showings in the Homestead, snow cone creations, lolly bags, a kids eat for free promotion (Monday-Thursday), face painting, balloon twisting, visits from Frosty the Snowman and to top it all off, a Frozen Family Takeover on Sunday July 10 with surprise appearances from everyone’s favourite frozen characters as well as a movie singalong.


For the older punters Schnappy Hour will be on every night from 5-7pm featuring $5 Schnapps, Fireball, and more.


There will also be two special parties hosted by the event’s sponsors:


Canadian Club will present the Ugly Sweater Party on Friday July 8 – obviously make sure to don your ugliest winter sweater for this one.


Fireball presents Fire & Ice Dance Party on Saturday July 9 - celebrate this week of snow with a jolt of fire in the veins and visit the Richmond Inn for special DJ appearances, snow cannons, ice luges and shot skis.


The Richmond Inn is also giving attendees the chance to win a $500 voucher by posting their best pics to socials of any snow creations made at Snow Week.







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