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Mountain Events: Thanksgiving Week 2015

Friday, November 20th 2015

Vail Mountain Opening Day!

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Free Co-working to Celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week: 9:00am Elevate CoSpace. Click Here for more information.

Adult Co-Ed Drop-In Volleyball: 6:00pm Red Sandstone Elementary School Gym, Vail. Click Here for more information.

Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure: 7:30pm Lake Dillon Theatre Company, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Country Western Dance: 8pm Silverthorne Pavilion. Click Here for more information.

American Babies: 9:00pm Barkley Ballroom, Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Cold River City: 9:30pm Snake River Salon, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

 

Saturday, November 21st 2015

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Met Opera Live in HD: Lulu, Berg: 10:30am Colorado Mountain College, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

First Tracks, U.S. Ski Team Naming: 1:00pm Copper Mountain. Click Here for more information.

Meet The Critters: 1:00pm Petco, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Cold River City: 9:30pm Snake River Saloon, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

 

Sunday, November 22nd 2015

Free Puppy Playtime 0-6months: 11:00am Petco, Dillon. Click here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

A Christmas Story: 6:00pm Backstage Theatre, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Sherlok Holmes: The Final Adventure: 6:30pm Lake Dillon Theatre Company, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café, Vail. Click Here for more information.


 

Happy Thanksgiving!

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  • Keystone Thanksgiving. Click Here for more information.
  • Kidtopia opening at Keystone, November 27th
  • Turkey Day 5k: Town of Frisco. Click Here for more information.
  • Frisco Adventure Park Opening, November 26th
  • Midnight Madness at the Outlets at Silverthorne: November 26th 8pm-12am, November 27th 8am-8pm

Opening Soon:

Vail: November 20th

Beaver Creek: November 25th


 

 Summit County Spas:

Some of my favorite spas for either a quick treatment or a full day retreat.

Refresh Spa: Grand Timber Lodge, Breckenridge. (970) 547-3624

Sooth Spa: Grand Lodge on Peak 7. (970) 547-8701

Bodyworks Spa & Massage: Frisco, CO. (970) 668-5859

Corpus Sanus Spa: Dillon, CO. (970) 513-6550

Elan-Life Spa: Silverthorne, CO. (970) 368-6680

Don’t Wait – Beat the Crowds and Buy This Winter, Realtor.com

Did you know it is cheaper to own than to rent in more than three-quarters of the counties in the United States? Realtor.com’s Jonathan Smoke explains why now is the time to buy if you can, and how in doing so you can not only get the best deal, but also save money in the long run.


 

Don’t Wait – Beat the Crowds and Buy this Winter

From Realtor.com
Snow globe: rakchai/iStock; sign: jdillontoole/iStock

Now that the U.S. has regained its job-creation mojo, as the October employment report showed, the demand for housing is only going to grow.

After all, when people have jobs they can break off and form new households—ditching the roommates behind or finally moving out of Mom and Dad’s basement—and that’s what fundamentally drives home purchases.

Most of the households created over the past two years have been renting households, but based on U.S. Census data for the third quarter of this year, it appears that homeownership has started to recover.

This especially makes sense now that it is cheaper to own than rent in more than three-quarters of the counties in the U.S. And it’s not getting better— rents are rising year over year at twice the pace of listing prices. Meanwhile, mortgage rates remain at near record lows but appear poised to increase over the next year. And home prices are rising, too.

So if you qualify for a mortgage and have the funds for a down payment and closing costs—and if you intend to live in a home long enough to cover the transaction costs of buying and selling—you will be better off financially if you buy as soon as you can. After all, if you are tired of your current home now, you won’t feel better about it in six months.

The top factors driving home shoppers this summer were pent-up demand and recognition of favorable mortgage rates and home prices. These drivers will likely remain well into next year.

Yet demand for housing is extremely seasonal. In most markets in the country, we are conditioned to believe that we should buy homes in the spring and summer. So come each October, plans to purchase shift to the spring. While the school calendar and weather do influence the ideal time to move, many buyers would benefit from buying this fall and winter rather than waiting until next spring.

In October, the percentage of would-be buyers on realtor.com® saying that they intend to buy in seven to 12 months was the highest it has been all year and represented the largest time frame for purchase. Likewise, October produced the lowest percentage of would-be buyers saying they intend to buy in the next three months.

In other words, people’s stated plans point to a very strong spring for home sales. Great, right? But here’s the problem: Inventory isn’t likely to be higher in March and April than it is now. And while inventory should grow in late spring and into summer, it won’t grow as fast as the seasonal demand.

So, if you are ready, consider getting in the market now instead of early spring. You will have more choices and less competition, and you can lock in today’s rates rather than risk rates being 25 to 50 basis points higher. (A basis point is 0.01 percentage point.)

A 50 basis-point increase in rates (for example, from 4.05% to 4.55%) would cause monthly payments to be 6% higher. And that increase would not only affect your monthly cash flow but could also affect your ability to qualify.

So if you are considering buying a home this spring, it’s worth exploring the inventory now and reaching out to a local Realtor®. A new home could be the best gift you give yourself and your family this holiday season.

Jonathan Smoke

For Original article click Here.


 

photo cred: EP

CAIC Benefit Bash 2015

The CAIC Benefit Bash 2015

Tonight is one of my favorite events of the year – the CAIC Annual Fundraiser.  CAIC stands for the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.

Alpine Touring has become increasingly popular in the mountains in the last few years.  It is a great way to get out and enjoy the snow without the crowds at the ski resort.  It also allows you to access terrain that might otherwise be out of reach.  Danny and I have been getting into the sport slowly but surely as we love to bring our dog, Playa, with us whenever we can.  However, we are fully aware that there are inherent risks with skiing in the back country.  CAIC has been a hugely important resource for us in understanding the avalanche danger.  Not only do they put out daily avalanche danger reports which are vital to reading the terrain, but also they are a great resource in learning about avalanche safety. No backcountry excursion should be without CAIC’s forecast, Beacon, Probe, and Shovel.

The fundraiser this evening helps to provide funds for continuing the great work that they are already doing.  The fundraiser begins at 5pm tonight at Breckenridge’s Riverwalk center.  There will be dinner, drinks, silent auctions and tons of give aways. Buy your tickets now at www.avalanche.state.co.us/caic-benefit-bash/ as it always sells out.  I hope to see you there! (And if it is sold out please still consider giving CAIC your support because again without them the Backcountry would be even harder to access).

More Avalanche Awareness Information

Colorado’s avalanche terrain is inherently more unstable because it is a continental snowpack:

Continental avalanche climate:
(From MetEd)

  • Relatively shallow snowpack with settled mid-winter snow depths less than 5 feet (1.5 m)
  • Less frequent storms with lower-density snow than the maritime climate
  • Long periods of drought with very cold temperatures during winter
  • Temperatures variable throughout winter, leading to more varied layers within the snowpack
  • Both direct action avalanches and delayed-action avalanches are common and often involve layers deep within the snowpack; the pack can remain unstable and avalanches may be triggered even weeks after last significant storm

It is very important to have a basic knowledge of the snowpack before you enter the backcountry in Colorado because of this. The Rockies offer an endless playground of activities including snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and skinning,  just to name a few, and with the right knowledge and acceptance of the risks involved the backcountry can be an amazing experience for everyone.

MetEd Avalanche Information

There are a ton of educational opportunities in the State of Colorado. I highly recommend an AIARE Avy Level 1 course. This level teaches you have to read the terrain, understand the avalanche forecasts, use and test your beacon, probe, and shovel, and gets you familiar with the mindset needed to make informed in the moment decisions.

CAIC is a great resource for finding the right course for you. Here is a Calendar of their education opportunities. These classes are not only informative, but also very fun!

There’s so much more out there than resort skiing, and Summit County has endless opportunities for backcountry exploration. Get out there, have fun, and most importantly be safe!

Anne Skinner

Mountain Events: November 14th-15th

Saturday, November 14th 2015

Shopping Extravaganza: 9:00am Outlets at Silverthorne. Click Here for more information.

Bounce and Tumble: 9:30am Silverthorne Recreation Center. Click Here for more information.

Creative Writing Club: 10:30am South Branch Summit County Library. Click Here for more information.

Girls on the Run: 11:00am Summit County Middle School, Frisco. Click Here for more information.

“Blizzard of Aahhh’s!” Screening: 5:00pm & 8:00pm Warren Station Center of the Arts, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

8th Annual CAIC Benefit: 5:00pm Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

 

Sunday, November 15th 2015

Glass Fusing: 12:00pm Ready Paint Fire, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Nordic Ski Swap: All Day Breckenridge Nordic Center. Click Here for more information.

Summit Ski Exhibit: All Day Summit Ski Museum, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.


 

Winter is Finally Here

Mountains Open
Arapahoe Basin
Breckenridge
Copper Mountain
Keystone
Loveland Ski Area

Opening Soon
Vail: November 20th
Beaver Creek: November 25th


 

Summit County Spas

Some of my favorite spas for either a quick treatment or a full day retreat.

Refresh Spa: Grand Timber Lodge, Breckenridge. (970) 547-3624
Sooth Spa: Grand Lodge on Peak 7. (970) 547-8701
Bodyworks Spa & Massage: Frisco, CO. (970) 668-5859
Corpus Sanus Spa: Dillon, CO. (970) 513-6550
Elan-Life Spa: Silverthorne, CO. (970) 368-6680

Mountain Events: November 6th-8th, 2015

Friday, November 6th 2015

Keystone Resort: OPENING DAY! 9am Lift start turning. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Pray for Powder Party: 4:00pm Dillon Dam Brewery, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Climbing Club: 4:30pm Breckenridge Recreation Center. Ages 6-11. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 7:30pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Grant Farm: 9:30pm Snake River Saloon, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

Beak Nasty: 9:00pm Barkley Ballroom, Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, November 7th 2015

Weekend Yoga: 9:30am Boy Essential Pilates, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Woodward Copper Barn Bash: 2:00pm Woodward, Copper Mountain. Click Here for more information.

Get Stoked Winter Film Series – Take One: 5:30pm Warren Station Center for the Arts, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

La Catrina String Quartet: 7:30pm CMC Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Grant Farm: 9:30pm Snake River Saloon, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, November 8th 2015

Candy Give Back Program: All Day Stork & Bear, Frisco. Click Here for more information

Mother Daughter Tea Party: 1:00pm Larkspur Restaurant, Vail. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.

Face Vocal Band: 7:30pm Vilar Performing Arts Center, Beaver Creek. Click Here for more information.


Mountain Updates:

 

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Loveland Opening Day
Mountains Open:
  • Arapahoe Basin
  • Loveland Ski Area
Opening this Weekend:
  • Keystone Ski Resort
Opening Soon:
  • Copper Mountain: November 13th
  • Breckenridge Ski Resort: November 13th
  • Vail: November 20th
  • Beaver Creek: November 25th  

 New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

What’s Going on in the Mountains: October 30th-November 1st

Friday, October 30th 2015

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Barney Ford House Museum: 11:00am Barney Ford Victorian Home. Click Here for more information.

Bucks vs. Colorado Rampage: 7:50pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Frisco’s Haunted House: 6pm Frisco Welcome Center. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, October 31st  2015

Yoga: 8:00am Epic Mountain Gear Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Ghostly Tales: 7:00pm Dredge Restaurant Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Bucks vs. Colorado Rampage: 7:50pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Tony Black Summit, Jessica Jones: 9:30am Snake River Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Frisco’s Haunted House: 6pm Frisco Welcome Center. Click Here for more information.

Trick-or-Treat on Main Street: 6pm Frisco Main Street. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, November 1st 2015

Minturn Monster Dash 3m, Tombstone 10m, Candy Corn Kids: 10am The Minturn Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Renewable Energy Workshop. 1pm Beaver Ponds Enviornmental Education. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals: 

*The end of the off-season is near, be sure to ask about these deals when dining out: 

 

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


 

New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

Anne Skinner, Best Summit County Realtor, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, Vail, Summit County, Events, Calendar, Real Estate, CO Mountain Real Estate, Silverthorne, Keystone, Copper Mountain,

What’s Going on in the Mountains: October 23rd – 25th

Friday, October 23rd 2015

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Barney Ford House Museum: 11:00am Barney Ford Victorian Home. Click Here for more information.

Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival: Still on the Hill. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

VVMC Community Blood Drive: 10:30am Vail Town Council Center. Click Here for more information.

32nd Annual Wine in the Pines: 6:00pm Keystone Conference Center. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, October 24th 2015

Yoga: 8:00am Epic Mountain Gear Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Ghostly Tales: 7:00pm Dredge Restaurant Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Summit Ski Exhibit: All Day Summit Ski Museum, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

The Love Electric: 9:30am Snake River Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Brian Parton: 9:30pm Brush Creek Saloon. Click Here for more information.

32nd Annual Wine in the Pines: 6:00pm Keystone Conference Center. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, October 25th 2015

Minturn Monster Dash 3m, Tombstone 10m, Candy Corn Kids: 10am The Minturn Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival: Still on the Hill. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Renewable Energy Workshop. 1pm Beaver Ponds Enviornmental Education. Click Here for more information.

Nagata Shachu: 7:30pm Vilar Performing Arts Center. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals:

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


 

New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

Anne Skinner, Best Summit County Realtor, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, Vail, Summit County, Events, Calendar, Real Estate, CO Mountain Real Estate, Silverthorne, Keystone, Copper Mountain,

Winter is Coming

Summit County’s Annual COO Breakfast


Tuesday, October 6th was the annual Chamber of Commerce breakfast with the Chief Operating Officers from Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone and Loveland.  The breakfast sold out in record time and proceeds went towards scholarships for local students.  The talks began with a review of some statistic for the area and the ski industry as a whole.  Overall we have seen a lot of growth in the last few years and now its just a matter of balancing the peaks and valleys in travel.

Consumer confidence was also a hot topic and with the volatility in the markets over the last few weeks. Confidence has started to flat line instead of grow.  One of the neatest statistics was that the true epicenter of ski country, from a statistically perspective, is 4 miles north of frisco

From there each COO went into a discussion on the state of their resort, new offerings, and many other topics.  A Basin highlighted its evolving plan for its base area including a concert stage and a new sit down bar and grill.  Breckenridge discussed the parking situation and the upcoming ballot issue of adding a tax to day ticket purchases to help fund new infrastructure to resolve the issue.  Copper Mountain discussed its green initiatives as well as the improved features on its Sherpa app, which is designed to rival the Vail resorts Epic Mix app.  Keystone followed that with a discussion on how the Epic Mix will now have wait times for each of the lifts as well as how Keystone if positioning itself to be one of the most family friendly resorts in the area.  Loveland talked about their new lift and how it will provide access to areas that were previously difficult to reach.
Overall, the feeling was positive for the upcoming season.  The only controversial issue was work force housing which has become a hot topic in the last few months.  With low wages and limited supply of housing, many locals are struggling to find accommodations for this upcoming season.  It needs to become a collaborative effort between the towns and the employers to resolve this issue.
The issue that has been on everyone’s mind, El Nino, was barely touched on. While historically El Nino years have brought a lot of snow, there is no way to predict exactly what will happen this year so we will all keep our fingers crossed and pray for snow. (Do your snow dances!)
For your enjoyment, a little Chris Farley as El Nino:
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Anne Skinner
Mountain Real Estate
Keller Williams Top of the Rockies

What’s Going on in the Mountains: October 16th-18th

Friday, October 16th 2015

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Preston Ghost Town & Gold Mine Tour: 10am Breckenridge Golf Course. Click Here for more information.

Behind Swinging Doors Saloon Tour: 5:00pm Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Click Here for more information.

Birch Street Concert: 9:30pm Snake River Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, October 17th 2015

Yoga: 8:00am Epic Mountain Gear Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Met Opera Live in HD, Otello Verdi: 10:55am Colorado Mountain College. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Arena. Click Here for more information.

Summit Ski Exhibit: All Day Summit Ski Museum, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Live Music with Long/Story/Short: 9:00pm Bangkok Happy Bowl, Vail. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, October 18th 2015

Osage Gardens Pumpkin Patch: 9:30am New Castle. Click Here for more information.

Harp Recital: 4:00pm Lake Dillon Theatre, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.

Beginning Aerial Yoga: 7:00pm Roaring Fork Crossfit, Basalt. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals:

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


 

**New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

What’s Going On in the Mountains October 9th-11th

Friday, October 9th 2015

Coffee Talk: 8am Cabin Coffee, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Ghostly Tales: 7:00pm Dredge Restaurant, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

*Breckenridge Recreation Center Annual Closure: October 5th-11th for annual maintenance.

Saturday, October 10th 2015

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Barbells and Brews for Boobs: 10:30am CFV and Vail Brewing. Click Here for more information.

“F L Y” – Art Show Opening Reception: 4:00pm Art Supply Breckenridge. Click Here for more information

Summit Ski Exhibit: All Day Summit Ski Museum, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, October 11th 2015

Ski & Snowboard Club & Vail Complementary Trampoline Sessions: 11:00am Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy, Minturn. Click Here for more information.

Zombie Apocalypse Fun Run: 3:00pm Eagle Vail Pavilion. Click Here for more information.

Silverthorne Pumpkin Fest 2015: 11am – 2pm Silverthorne Pavilion. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals:

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”