For those so inclined to visit our regional parks during the Holiday
Season, mark your calendars for an informal meet-up at both Six Flags New
England *AND* Lake Compounce on Saturday, December 7.
Six Flags New England’s *Holiday in the Park* opens at 2 p.m. We can start
there, take in a show and/or a ride (or two or three), then head on
down to *Holiday
Lights* at Lake Compounce, which opens at 4 p.m. *Visiting both, or either
park, is up to you*. The idea is to hang out with our ACE friends and see
all those decorations & lights, and have some fun.
*Six Flags New England* is offering this outing *for free* if you have a
season pass or a membership. Every attendee will receive *two* coupons good
for an admission price of $20.19 to use for themselves or up to two
guests. Each attendee will receive one exit pass for any operating ride
during our visit. Also, every attendee will get priority seating for the 3
p.m. show in the Rockville Theater! (*Your ACE membership card, or a copy,
will be required for admission to this show)*
*Lake Compounce* is offering admission to ACE members and up to 2 guests at
the ‘Junior’ admission price of $12.99 (plus $1.30 tax = total $14.29). For
those with 2019 or 2020 season passes, admission to Holiday Lights is
included on your pass.
*To participate*, please reply to this email and indicate the number of
persons attending, and which park(s). *I need a total count of attendees
by December 4*.
Those attending SFNE need to meet in front of Group Sales (to the right of
the security booths) at 1:30 p.m. for distribution of the admission coupons
and exit passes.
Those visiting only Lake Compounce can visit at their convenience.
Both parks offer a selection of rides (which are always weather-dependent
at this time of year), as well as assorted food and treats, activities, and
entertainment. You can check their web sites for details.
If you have any questions, just reply to this email.
I look forward to seeing you soon!
See you in the queue,
New England Regional Representative
American Coaster Enthusiasts
*1,007 coasters ridden in 33 states and 20 countries*