August 6, 2022 at 2:30pm

Come join us for some good ol' fashioned family entertainment on Saturday, August 6 at 2:30pm. Admission is free but optional donations are graciously accepted at the intermission.

Be sure to bring a lawn chair or blanket, binoculars, and sunscreen! Food and beverages will be available for sale onsite but feel free to bring your own refreshments if desired!





2022's Show Order

Flags

Eight skiers will kick off the show this year with their young talent. They will sparkle and shine as they ski with 7 foot tall flags attached to their feet.

Ducks

Our youngest members will dazzle us with their skiing abilities! Get ready for an overload of cute.

Willie

Sometimes our skiers aren’t patient enough to wait for their friends to get ready to ski. Two skiers will start out skiing across the lake at different length ropes. They will make one lap and then swing by the dock for their friends to jump on their shoulders.

Slinky Dog

New for 2022, we have the human towboat; a person pulling another person via a rope attached to their back!

Wakeboard

You’d be lucky to see one wakeboarder this talented on Lake Panorama.. and at this year’s ski show you will see two! These two can flip circles around each other... literally.

Flying Dock

With no need for skis, this act involves only the soles of one’s feet. Watch as our skier jumps in the air as if he can fly and land in the water at 40+ miles an hour. He will then continue to barefoot ski in circles.

2-Ski Line

Skiers in a large group together. Many of them have skied for less than a year, but are already accomplished enough to practice and perform with seven others at their same level of experience.

Pre-Built Pyramid

Most of our pyramids start with everyone on skis. Not this one! Two pyramids will start from the dock fully constructed! They will then swing back around to pick up an extra skier and merge into a single pyramid before your eyes.

Swivel Ski

Who knew you could ski backwards? Only a handful of women at Lake Panorama have mastered the act. Our ladies will complete the graceful spinning stunts and make it look easy while they’re at it.

Mini Doubles

A younger and smaller (and, arguably, cuter) version of our doubles act performed by parents and children.

Doubles

Beauty and the beast? Not quite, but prepare to see some strapping young men carry some beautiful women perching on their shoulders in precarious positions!

Trios

This acrobatic act could nearly put the Lake Panorama Ski Team in a Cirque du Soleil show. Our men and women work together to balance each other in positions that would be difficult on land, let alone on rough water.

Kneeboard Line

Skiers in a large group together. Many of them have skied for less than a year, but are already accomplished enough to practice and perform with seven others at their same level of experience.

Around the Boat

This act not only features some skilled skiers, but also our very talented boat crew. Slalom skiers will cut out to one side as fast as possible while the boat turns into them and underneath the ropes. The skiers will complete a full 360 degree circle around the boat.

Girls Line

This group of ladies knows how to show off their legs as they slalom ski while kicking one leg in the air. This year we have so many lovely ladies we split them into two groups. The act so nice you get to watch it twice!

Saucers

Though they are a little slower than skiing, saucers take twice the amount of balance. Five young members will attempt the difficult act on their colorful plywood circles.

Dock Slide

These skiiers will all start standing on the dock! Then another skiier will cut across from another boat and link up with them.

Trick Ski

These short and wide skis are far from stable with no fins to keep them pointed straight in the water. Our skiers know how to control the wishy washy boards and can even spin around backwards on them.