It’s time to clean the closets, garages, basements and the yard, and to lend a hand in picking up trash around town. Unwanted trash accumulates during the winter months and
It’s time to clean the closets, garages, basements and the yard, and to lend a hand in picking up trash around town. Unwanted trash accumulates during the winter months and becomes visible once spring awakens.
Bring your unwanted trash and recyclables to the Eagle Community Clean-Up Day and deposit them in the appropriate dumpster behind the Capitol Theatre in Eagle Ranch Village. There will also be collection of E-Waste for a small fee (electronics) and house hold waste (paints etc.).
Eagle Community Clean-Up Day is sponsored by the Eagle Ranch Association and the Town of Eagle in cooperation with the Eagle Chamber.
Join in the community spirit and create a team to clean parks, trails, walkways and sides of roads. Help educate our young on the value of community involvement. Let’s keep our beautiful town clean!
To volunteer or for more information call 970.306.2262 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
(Saturday) 8:00 am MT
Eagle Ranch Village
Eagle Ranch Road, Eagle, CO 81631
Please join us for an afternoon of fun for the whole family. Free Admission to the event. Highlights include food, drinks, silent auction, bouncy house, kids bike race, crafts and
Please join us for an afternoon of fun for the whole family. Free Admission to the event. Highlights include food, drinks, silent auction, bouncy house, kids bike race, crafts and so much more! All proceeds benefit Mountain Tots Preschool. Do good for early education!
Join us at the Brush Creek Pavilion from 12:00-5:00pm.
(Sunday) 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm MDT
Brush Creek Park & Pavilion
909 Capitol St, Eagle, CO 81631
Mountain Tots Preschool
May 13, 2017 – Cow Patty Bingo and the Legacy Festival at Brush Creek Pavilion What: Back by
What: Back by popular demand, we are pleased to once again host the 4th Annual Legacy Festival, celebrating the unique and special place in which we live, and all who work together to conserve and protect it.
Join us for live music, food, games and family fun. This event is free and open to the public. We hope to see you there!
When: May 13, 2017 from 11AM-3PM
Where: NEW LOCATION – Brush Creek Pavilion, 909 Capitol Street, Eagle, CO
Why: Why purchase a deed? Because it’s just plain fun! We’ll be giving away a two-night stay in Vail along with other prizes. Watch ‘Ol Bessie, a locally raised cow provided by our local 4H friends, choose her square and make her deposit. It all starts with a field and a cow. It ends with the sweet smell of success.
Plus, your contribution directly supports EVLT’s mission to forever preserve our most precious lands. Did you know that nearly three acres of natural land is lost to development each day in Eagle County and the county population is on track to double in 40 years? Now more than ever, conservation of our land is critical.
Help contribute to the protection of our water, wildlife habitat, recreational access, and natural and scenic resources for future generations to come. With support from the community, EVLT is committed to nearly tripling the amount of protected private and public land in Eagle County over the next 10 years.
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 3:00 pm MT
Brush Creek Park & Pavilion
909 Capitol St, Eagle, CO 81631
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Day-of registration for the Boneyard Boogie will open from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Eagle Pool and Ice Rink. Pre-registered racers can pick up their bibs at the start, located at Eagle Valley Middle School.
The race will begin at 9 a.m. The start will be at Eagle Valley Middle School and the race will finish at the Eagle Pool and Ice Rink.
Check out our Lodging tab to learn about AmericInn’s special room rates for Boneyard Boogie 11k trail runners… For $139.90, get any room in the house and a $50 gift card to either Luigi’s Pasta House or The Dusty Boot in Eagle Ranch.
This race is proudly supported by the Town of Eagle and the Marketing and Events Advisory Committee.
All racers will receive a tech t-shirt, while supplies and styles last.
$33 pre-registration. $38 week-of race registration. $45 day-of registration.
All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management
We encourage everyone to park at the Eagle Pool and Ice Rink and take a warm-up run to the Eagle Valley Middle School for the start of the race. Parking will also be available at Eagle Valley Middle School near the start. There will be shuttle service provided by AmericInn Lodge & Suites for race participants from the pool to the trailhead. Please note there is a 1.6 mile distance between start and finish; coordinate accordingly. Parking for the after-party at The Dusty Boot will utilize public parking at Brush Creek Elementary School, roadside parking, and the two lots in downtown Eagle Ranch (behind Luigi’s Pasta House). Please see the ‘Directions from Finish to Start’ map above for details.
Racers will enjoy a free salad and pasta lunch, raffle and awards ceremony at the Dusty Boot in Eagle Ranch following the race. The Dusty Boot Flip Flop outdoor tiki bar will also be open for racers during the ceremony. East West Resorts and the Eagle Ranch Fitness Center are paying out $150 to either the male and/or female racer that beats the course records that were established in 2015.
Located in Vail Village, Vail’s Mountain Haus is a proud sponsor of the La Sportiva Vail Mountain Trail Running Series. Runners will receive 20% off all room types. Click here for details.
Special nightly room rates for the Boneyard Boogie 11k Trail Run only by AmericInn Lodge & Suites. For $139.90, get any room in the house & a $50 gift card to either Luigi’s Pasta House or The Dusty Boot in Eagle Ranch. When calling to book your pre-race room, ask for the “Boneyard Boogie” special to get a special rate! (based upon availability)
The VRD’s Trail Running Race Series is yours thanks to title sposnsor La Sportiva and to our new presenting series sponsor, Anthem Blue Cross and Shield. Joining 2016 series title sponsor La Sportiva and presenting sponsor Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield are individual race sponsors TIGA Advertising, The Dusty Boot, Vail Valley Charitable Fund, Haute Route Gear & Apparel, Howard Head Sports Medicine, Summit Ford and Vail’s Mountain Haus. Partners also include SmartWool, Garmin, Vail Resorts, Beaver Creek Resort Company, The Steadman Clinic, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Central Rockies Mortgage, Northside Coffee and Kitchen, Noosa Yogurt, Vail Mountain Coffee and Tea, AmericInn, Gatorade, Honey Stinger, KZYR 97.7, Optic Nerve, First Bank, Mountainsmith and Camelbak.
(Saturday) 9:00 am - 1:00 pm MT
Eagle Valley Middle School
747 E 3rd St, Eagle, CO 81631
Register now for the 21st annual Boone's Screaming Eagle Golf Tournament hosted by the Eagle Chamber of Commerce with the Screaming Eagle Scholarship Fund
Register now for the 21st annual Boone’s Screaming Eagle Golf Tournament hosted by the Eagle Chamber of Commerce with the Screaming Eagle Scholarship Fund
All Day (Friday) MT
Eagle Ranch Golf Course
0050 Lime Park Drive Eagle, CO 81631
Eagle Ranch Golf Course
EAGLE RANCH CLASSIC Presented By Eagle Ranch, Eagle | May 31, 2017 | 4:45 p.m. REGISTER ONLINE |
Eagle Ranch, Eagle | May 31, 2017 | 4:45 p.m.
Take I-70 to Eagle (exit 147). At the roundabout, head south on Eby Creek Road. Continue south through the roundabouts on Eby Creek Road, until you cross the Eagle River. At the next roundabout, take the first right out of the roundabout onto Grand Avenue/Highway 6. Go west on Grand Avenue/Highway 6 for 0.8 miles to the next roundabout. At this roundabout, take the third right onto Sylvan Lake Road. Continue on Sylvan Lake Road approximately 1 mile, and then take a right on Eagle Ranch Road. Follow Eagle Ranch Road to 4th of July Road, then turn right. 4th of July Road takes you uphill for another mile or so, leading to Arroyo Drive. Turn left. The trailhead is approximately 0.25 miles on the right.
Participants are asked to park at the after-party location in the Eagle Ranch Business District and ride to the start, as parking is extremely limited at the trailhead. If participants drive to the start, they will need to park on 4th of July Road as directed by VRD staff. Arroyo Drive will be closed to all vehicle traffic between 4th of July Road and Haystacker Drive from 4 to 8 p.m.
Start Loop – Due to construction and revegetation efforts at the start area, all adult racers will do a start loop on the bike path and Arroyo Dr. (only once) at the beginning of the race to allow riders the opportunity to spread out before the single track. Please note, there is no racing once your reach the top of the bike path climb and turn onto Arroyo Dr. until you are on the dirt. You MUST hold your position on the descent…There will be plenty of time for racing once on course. Anyone not complying with this rule will be DQ’ed and will not earn points for themself or their team. We will be watching. This is for your own safety, not because we are jerks. This will add .6 miles to all adult courses. If this is confusing, click here for a visual.
Short Loop – From start, ride up 2nd Gulch and bear left on the Jeep Road/Hardscrabble Connector. Turn left at the bottom of the hill towards Mayer Gulch and turn left on Mayer Gulch. Descend to the bottom and stay left towards Turniphead. Turniphead will take you back to the start/finish.
Wall/Riddle Loop – From start, ride up 2nd Gulch and bear left on the Jeep Road/Hardscrabble Connector. Turn left at the bottom of the hill towards Mayer Gulch and turn left on Meyer Gulch. Descend to the bottom and turn right towards Wall Trail. At the corner, you will cross Haystacker Drive – please use caution, there will be a course marshal here – and continue up Wall to Riddle. Follow Riddle back to Meyer Gulch and turn right. Use caution as loops merge here. Descend Mayer Gulch again and turn left this time onto Turniphead to return to the start/finish.
Bailey Loop – From start, ride up 2nd Gulch and continue straight at Jeep Road/Hardscrabble Connector intersection. Continue climbing to Bailey single track and turn right. Ride up and down Bailey back to the start. Use caution when merging back onto the 2nd Gulch trail.
• See start list for race courses and distances for each category.
• Ride loops in order listed on start list.
• Only adult racers will do the Start Loop. Youth Series races will start on the bike path as directed by staff.
• All riders are responsible for knowing their courses and keeping track of their laps.
• If you DNF for any reason, including racing the wrong course, please do not ride through finish and let race staff know.
|4:45:00 p.m.||Sport Boys 11-14, Beginner Boys 15 -16||2 Short Loops, 7 Miles|
|4:45:30 p.m.||Sport Girls 11-14, Beginner Girls 15-16||2 Short Loops, 7 Miles|
|4:46:00 p.m.||Beginner Boys 11-14, Sport Boys 8-10||1 Short Loop, 3.5 Miles|
|4:46:30 p.m.||Beginner Girls 11-14, Sport Girls 8-10||1 Short Loop, 3.5 Miles|
|4:47:00 p.m.||Beginner Boys 8-10||1 Short Loop, 3.5 Miles|
|4:47:30 p.m.||Beginner Girls 8-10||1 Short Loop, 3.5 Miles|
|5:45 p.m.||Men’s Sport 18 & Under||1 Short Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 10.7 Miles|
|5:46 p.m.||Men’s Sport||1 Short Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 10.7 Miles|
|5:47 p.m.||Men’s Vet Sport (35+)||1 Short Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 10.7 Miles|
|5:48 p.m.||Men’s Master Sport (45+)||1 Short Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 10.7 Miles|
|5:49 p.m.||Men’s Grand Masters (50+), Clydesdales||1 Short Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 10.7 Miles|
|5:50 p.m.||Women’s Sport 18 & Under, Women’s Sport||1 Short Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 10.7 Miles|
|5:51 p.m.||Women’s Vet Sport (34+), Women’s Master Sport (45+)||1 Short Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 10.7 Miles|
|5:52 p.m.||Men’s Beginner||2 Short Loops = 7 Miles|
|5:53 p.m.||Women’s Beginner||2 Short Loops = 7 Miles|
|6:45 p.m.||Men’s Pro/Open, Men’s Expert||1 Short Loop, 1 Bailey Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 12.6 Miles|
|6:46 p.m.||Men’s Vet Expert (35+), Men’s Single Speed||1 Short Loop, 1 Bailey Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 12.6 Miles|
|6:47 p.m.||Women’s Pro/Open, Men’s Master Expert (45+)||1 Short Loop, 1 Bailey Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 12.6 Miles|
|6:48 p.m.||Women’s Expert, Women’s Vet Expert (35+), Women’s Master Expert (45+), Women’s Single Speed||1 Short Loop, 1 Bailey Loop, 1 Wall/Riddle Loop = 12.6 Miles|
(Wednesday) 4:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Arroyo Drive Trailhead
Arroyo Drive Eagle, Colorado 81631
Join us in Eagle for the unofficial kickoff to summer at the 2017 Eagle Outside Festival. On the weekend of June 2nd -4th three events collide to fill the town
Join us in Eagle for the unofficial kickoff to summer at the 2017 Eagle Outside Festival. On the weekend of June 2nd -4th three events collide to fill the town with music, bikes, river sports, fishing, food and beer.
Head to Eagle Ranch to demo the newest and greatest gear from some of the best bike companies in the industry. Test the bikes and gear out on the trails and prepare yourself for the long Eagle riding season.
For the competitive riders, there is the Firebird 40 Cross Country Bike Race. Once again the race will serve as the Colorado State Cross Country Championships.
For more information on the Bike events, demos and firebird activities, visit www.eagleoutsidefestival.com.
Ride into the afternoon and party into the night… The 2017 Bonfire Blockparty will transform downtown Eagle into a concert and party with 2 nights of live music. Robert Randolph & The Family Band will headline the concert on Friday. The rest of the lineup will be announced soon at www.bonfireblockparty.com.
The Eagle River Jam take the party to water with rafting trips down the Eagle River provided by Timberline Tours. The trips start and finish at Chambers Park, right next to the site of the new Eagle River Park which will be built for the 2018 Eagle River Jam. Enjoy a hot dog and lemonade after the rafting trip and check out the designs and plans for the in-stream features and upland park.
june 2 (Friday) - 4 (Sunday) MT
Town of Eagle
200 Broadway, Eagle, CO 81631
Welcome to Yoga in the Park. Join us in the Eagle Town Park this summer on Sunday Mornings from 9:30-10:45 am for all levels, outdoor yoga. Donations from the classes this
Welcome to Yoga in the Park. Join us in the Eagle Town Park this summer on Sunday Mornings from 9:30-10:45 am for all levels, outdoor yoga.
Donations from the classes this year will go to support the Ute Springs Environmental Learning Center.
A big thanks to local Yogi Yvonne and Yoga Off Broadway for producing this great community event!
Check out the Yoga In The Park Facebook Page for the schedule teachers for series.
(Sunday) 9:30 am - 10:45 am MT
Eagle Town Park
500 Broadway, Eagle, CO
Yoga Off Broadwayyogaoffbroadway@gmail.com
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In 1922 the County Seat was stolen from Red Cliff and moved to Eagle, CO. Since then we have celebrated the "relocation" with the annual flight days event. This year
In 1922 the County Seat was stolen from Red Cliff and moved to Eagle, CO. Since then we have celebrated the “relocation” with the annual flight days event. This year we are going to celebrate Eagle being Out Of This World.
The annual event includes takes place at Town Park and will include the Lions Club pancake breakfast, parade down broadway, horseshoe tournament, concerts, carnival and more. Check back here for schedule updates, as well as the sign up for parade floats and the new PUSH CART RACE!
The new Push Cart Race presented by Alpine Lumber is your opportunity to compete against neighbors and friends in a fun and creative way. Teams of 3 will build an outer space themed push cart and race it through a course on Washington St
Interested in being a vendor at the event? Download the vendor form here!
june 23 (Friday) - 24 (Saturday) MT
Eagle Town Park
500 Broadway, Eagle, CO
Town of Eagleinfo@townofeagle.org
Welcome to the Endurance Race Series' newest trail race... The Eagle Half Marathon and 10K! Join us June 24, 2017, as we hit the trails around the Town of Eagle. Both
Welcome to the Endurance Race Series’ newest trail race… The Eagle Half Marathon and 10K!
Join us June 24, 2017, as we hit the trails around the Town of Eagle. Both the Half Marathon and 10K courses will take runners past one of the local neighborhoods and alongside the mountain frontage road on the way up to some scenic single track and dirt service road trails on the 2nd- 3rd Gulch trail (10K runners will turnaround after a small climb at the beginning of the mountain)
If you love to take pictures why you run/race then get your camera out, because you won’t want to miss these mountain views.
Race information is now available, while Courses will be announced in the coming days… stay tuned to http://www.enduranceraceseries.com/eagle.html for updates.
Location: Brush Creek Elementary School
Address: 333 Eagle Ranch Rd, Eagle, CO 81631
Date: June 24, 2017
Type of Terrain: Bike Path, Dirt Trail, Single Track
(For Approx. %’s please see Course Map links)
Parking: Onsite at School and Neighboring streets
Packet Pick Up Location: Race Day Only
FAQ’s: Answers to FAQ’S for this event and other ERS events can be found HERE
6:00am- Race Day Registration Opens
7:00am- Expo Opens
8:00am- Half Marathon Starts
8:30am- 10k Starts
8:45am- Food Tent Opens
10:00am- Kids Race Starts
10:30am- 10k Awards
10:45am- Half Marathon Awards
12:00pm- Expo Closes
(Saturday) 6:00 am - 12:00 pm MT
Brush Creek Elementary
333 Eagle Ranch Road, Eagle, CO 81631
Endurance Race Seriesinfo@enduranceraceseries.com
What: Connect with our local ranching community by joining Eagle Valley Land Trust for a day-long bus tour. Visit two iconic ranches and learn from the families who live and work
What: Connect with our local ranching community by joining Eagle Valley Land Trust for a day-long bus tour. Visit two iconic ranches and learn from the families who live and work the land. You will hear about the challenges, successes, and changes they have seen in the ranching community and enjoy a scrumptious ranch lunch.
When: June 24, 2017 from 8:30am – 4pm
Loyd Gerard fields questions from the crowd of 73 people visiting his family’s ranch in Gypsum, Colorado.
Where: Two ranches in Eagle County
SCHOLARSHIPS Available – In the interest of making sure this tour is accessible to everyone, we will offer 5 free tickets to the best 250 word essays submitted via email to email@example.com by June 1, 2017. For kids under the age of 16, your entry will include an extra ticket for an adult parent/chaperone, so don’t be shy! The essays should answer the following question: What do you hope to get out of attending the EVLT Ranching Heritage Tour?
To Buy Tickets: Call us at 970-748-7654.
(Saturday) 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Leave your keys at home and don’t spend a cent to fill up the gas tank. Wednesday, June 28 is Colorado Bike to Work Day and local citizens are encouraged
Leave your keys at home and don’t spend a cent to fill up the gas tank. Wednesday, June 28 is Colorado Bike to Work Day and local citizens are encouraged to bike ride or walk to work.
The citizen volunteer ECO Trails Committee, Pedal Power, Towns of Gypsum, Eagle, Avon and Vail and several other local businesses are supporting this statewide event by rewarding citizens who choose to use bicycling or walking to travel to their workplace.
Volunteers will be hosting rest stops between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. at
1. Mayor’s Park in Vail
2. Malin trail bridge in Dowd Junction
3. Avon Highway 6 roundabout
4. Edwards Highway 6 intersection
5. Town Hall on Broadway in Eagle
6. Highway 6 in Gypsum at Eagle Valley High School
Visitors to the rest stops will be offered refreshments as well as free giveaways for making the effort to ride or walk to work.
(Wednesday) 7:00 am - 9:00 am
Town of Eagle - Town Hall
200 Broadway, Eagle, CO 81631
Eagle County ECO Trailsecotrails@eaglecounty.us
Once again, the Eagle Town Park is the place to be on Thursdays at 6:30pm throughout the summer as Bonfire Brewing's ShowDown Town Free Concert Series returns June 29, 2017. The
Once again, the Eagle Town Park is the place to be on Thursdays at 6:30pm throughout the summer as Bonfire Brewing’s ShowDown Town Free Concert Series returns June 29, 2017.
The Town of Eagle and Bonfire Brewing presents this popular weekly event with the free music supplemented by a host of kids’ activities to keep the whole family entertained! Picnics are welcome for these laid-back community inspired evenings.
The bands schedule will be posted here soon!
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm MT
Eagle Town Park
500 Broadway, Eagle, CO
Vail Valley Foundationinfo@vvf.org
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HOMETOWN HOSPITALITY TO WELCOME OUR WOUNDED VETS On August 2nd, the Veterans Charity Ride will stop in
On August 2nd, the Veterans Charity Ride will stop in Eagle, CO on their way to Sturgis. We are going to welcome the Veterans with a BBQ and party at Brush Creek Park. The party will be open to the public! If you ride, clear your schedule for the day or the long weekend and join the vets on the road as they experience some of the wonders that Colorado has to offer. We will rally a group of riders to meet the vets in Glenwood Springs to join them as they ride and rumble through Glenwood Canyon. All motorcycles are welcome (street legal of course).
On Thursday the riders will leave Eagle and head up Mount Evans, the highest paved road in America. Stay in Eagle overnight and ride along with the vets on this incredible adventure.
Veterans Charity Ride (VCR) is a non-profit organization that uses Motorcycle Therapy and other life changing, life saving holistic programs that provide uplifting and healing experiences for wounded, severely injured and amputee veterans from all branches of service.
We provide our veterans with Indian Motorcycles, custom built Champion Sidecars and Trikes, to ride through the most beautiful scenic backroads of this great country, exploring America, getting our veterans outdoors, back into the environment, and connecting veterans with Mentors and other veterans, groups and supporters.
The end result of our program is a healthier and happier, more capable individual, who is now living life in a much better physical and mental condition, and able to help and support other veterans to do the same.
Every year, we take wounded and amputee veterans on Indian Motorcycles, custom built Champion Sidecars and Trikes from Los Angeles to the Sturgis Bike Rally in South Dakota for an Adventure of a Lifetime! In 2015, eight veterans made the trip on brand new Indian Motorcycles with two custom built Champion Sidecars. In 2016 we expanded the program to include twenty veterans and four sidecars. In 2017, the ride to Sturgis will take another twenty veterans on this epic journey with a fleet of Indian Motorcycles that includes six Champion Sidecars rigs.
We’ll spend nine days riding on America’s most beautiful backroads and highways, getting to know each other and helping each other with Motorcycle Therapy and Veteran to Veteran discussions. The shared experiences of serving brings them together, veteran to veteran to help each other heal. We also show the Veterans just how much their service means to America, by stopping in small towns along the way to meet the grateful people of our nation who want to welcome and celebrate these brave men and women. Along the way we surprise the riders with excursions and meet with interesting and inspiring people.
Once in Sturgis, we spend the week of the rally, riding the Black Hills, attending events and giving the Veterans the unique “Sturgis Experience”.
This simple concept, born out of a cross-country ride and a big purpose to help veterans is now a nationally recognized program.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm MT
Brush Creek Park & Pavilion
909 Capitol St, Eagle, CO 81631
Veterans Charity Ride and the Town of Eagleevents@townofeagle.org
Eagle is the county seat of Eagle County, Colorado, United States. The population was 6,508 at the 2010 census.