Remember when families used to spend time together? Back when "face time" was a conversation with someone in the same room. Before all the iThings, Friendbooks and whatever else is distracting kids (and parents) these days. You get the idea. Back then, Sunday dinners were a big deal and always united the family for the start of the coming week.
Well, don't completely abandon all hope in society just yet. There are still families spending Sundays together, but rather than gathering around the table to carve a pot roast families are uniting slopeside to carve up the mountain.
Mont-Sainte-Anne is doing their part to keep family units tightly knit, by offering a special Family Sunday package including lift tickets, equipment rental and a private lesson for the whole household.
For $209, two adults and up to three kids from 7 to 17 years old can get on the slopes to spend some quality time together. Plus, the whole family can enjoy a 1hr30 private morning lesson, then get to the learning zone for the morning and access to the whole mountain for the afternoon.
Single parents with up to three kids pay just $179.
This package is valid every Sunday, from Jan. 20 to April 14, 2013 (except on February 24, March 3 and 10, 2013).
With lots of fresh snow falling at Mont-Sainte-Anne, there's no better way to bond with your family than over powder turns. After all, the family that plays together, stays together.