BEHIND THE SCENES OF FOUR LONG-STANDING MOUNTAIN TRADITIONS
By Molly Triffin
From rock concerts to farm table dinners to kids’ activities, there’s always something new and exciting happening at Spruce Peak. But in equal measure, there are long-standing traditions that we celebrate at Spruce year after year.
Research has found that family rituals, such as those we practice around the holidays, strengthen our relationships with loved ones and help children build a sense of identity. Looking back at past group photos snapped in front of our legendary poinsettia tree, reminiscing about laughs at the annual Club at Spruce Peak sledding party, and counting down the days until our epic New Year’s bash—these memory-making traditions become integrated into your own family story.
Here, we take a closer look at four seasonal rituals weaving meaning into the heart of our community.