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Whiteface Mountain

Megan Gardner, right, teaches participants in a lesson Jan. 14, 2015 at Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington. Whiteface will reopen its slopes on Saturday marking its longest season in its history.

While many restaurants and bars celebrate Cinco de Mayo a few ski resorts will be celebrating on the slopes.

Whiteface Mountain Ski Area announced Wednesday it will open its slopes for one more day on Saturday, breaking its record for the longest season on record. 

Saturday will mark ski day No. 155 for the Wilmington resort making it the only resort in New York offering skiing and riding. 

Whiteface will offer lift service on the Facelift and Little Whiteface with terrain off of Little Whiteface. Lift tickets will be $15. 

In Vermont, Killington Resort, Jay Peak and Sugarbush are continuing to offer skiing and riding through the week and into the weekend. Many resorts called it a season last weekend. Jay Peak and Sugarbush called it a season on Sunday.

Killington will shift to a weekend only schedule starting May 12.

— Adam Colver

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Adam Colver is the online editor at The Post-Star. He manages The Post-Star's Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and poststar.com. He can be reached at acolver@poststar.com.

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