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About the Legacy Festival

What will be our Legacy?

What is going to be the legacy of our generation? What will the future look like? In small ways, and in big ways, we all take conservation measures to protect our water, wildlife habitat, and natural and scenic resources for future generations.

Learn about and celebrate those many things our community is doing to conserve and improve the amazing features of our community for you and your children, nephews and nieces, and all future generations.

When: Saturday May 13, 2017 from 3-7PM.

Where: NEW LOCATION – Brush Creek Pavilion, 909 Capitol Street, Eagle, CO

What? Cow Patty Bingo Bingo, Conservation Expo, Beer, Live Music & Good ‘Ol Fashioned Fun.

Who? It’s free to attend and open to all ages.

Special thanks to the our Title Sponsor Alpine Bank. Click here to learn about Alpine Bank’s Green Initiative.ALPINE BANK

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Featuring Cow Patty Bingo and Bah-Bah Bingo

It all starts with a field and a cow. It ends with the sweet smell of success.

At  Legacy Festival, ‘Ol Bessie, who was raised locally, will take center stage onto the marked field to determine the winner.  The winner will be the square where ‘Ol Bessie poops.

Grand Prizes will be awarded for Cow Patty Bingo and Bah-Bah Bingo

How to play:

    1. Buy a Deed to your Square for $20 each.
    2. If ‘ol Bessie Deposits on your Square, You Win!
LIMITED DEEDS NOW AVAILABLE.  Get yours now!Enjoy fun activities for adults and kids alike while we wait for ‘ol Bessie to get down to business.  Deed holders do not need to be present to win, but don’t miss the fun!

Good food, good music and good fun

It’s free to attend and open to all ages. Enjoy live music, delicious food and beer by Bonfire Brewing. It’s filled with family-friendly activities, including a scavenger hunt, conservation expo and mechanical bull.

 

        • Conservation Expo
        • Mechanical Bull riding
        • Bouncy Castle
        • Lasso Roping Lessons
        • Live Music
        • Conservation Scavenger Hunt
        • Family Friendly Games
        • Beer by Bonfire Brewing
        • Food Vendors
        • And much more!

Silent Auction

Legacy Festival also raises funds to protect over 7,700 acres scenic lands in the Eagle County through a silent auction.  Choose from adventure packages to gift cards to savory dining experiences and bid on items that preserve our scenic vistas one acre at a time.

 

        • Awesome Dining Experiences
        • Foursome at Red Sky Ranch
        • 2-nights at a 10th Mountain Division hut
        • Ultimate Passes to Vail Mountain’s Epic Discovery
        • Lift tickets for Vail Resorts Mountain
        • Much more…

Thank you to our 2017 sponsors

(contact us if you would like to be a sponsor)!

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Join us in Eagle, CO for the culmination of another great Colorado High School Cycling League season! In addition to the state championship race, join local town leaders for celebrity rides, including the Mayor-led Boneyard to Bonfire tour, the Colorado League’s end of season picnic and awards sponsored by the Dusty Boot, and so much more.

The Haymaker Classic course starting elevation is approximately 6,650 feet. The course incorporates a touch of everything from fast flat lower sections along the pastoral valley parallel to Brush Creek. It includes several moderate climbs, a few rock bridges, winding berms, fun rollers and a twisty crowd-pleasing slalom descent. The loop is approximately 5.4 miles with 520 feet of elevation gain per lap.

 

Special Lodging Rates
AmericInn: 970-328-5155
Hawthorn Suites:  970-328-3000
Comfort Inn: call for rates and availability. 970-328-7878
Holiday Inn Express: call for rates and availability 970-328-8088
Eagle Grand Motel: 970-328-0100

HOMETOWN HOSPITALITY TO WELCOME OUR WOUNDED VETS

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

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.

RIDE TO STURGIS BIKE RALLY

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.

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.

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!

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!

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.

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.

Firebird Festival

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.

Bonfire Blockparty

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.

Eagle River Jam

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.

 

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RACE INFORMATION

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.

PRE-RACE BIB PICK UP & REGISTRATION

EagleOutsideLogoWebRacers can pick up their race numbers or register ahead of time on Friday, May 19 at a location to be determined and communicated shortly.

$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

 

PARKING

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.

AFTER PARTY AND PRIZES

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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.

LODGING PARTNERS

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VAIL MOUNTAIN HAUS

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.

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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)

 

A HUGE THANKS TO ALL OF OUR AMAZING SPONSORS FOR THE 2016 LA SPORTIVA TRAIL RUNNING SERIES!

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.

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

as the primary beneficiary.
This annual tournament fills up fast so register early.  Click here to register.
Friday, May 19, 2017
Registration begins: 9:45 a.m.
Shotgun Start:  11:00 a.m.
Contact Information:
Levi Rozga, 970.946.0073
Fees/Admission:
$125 per player
$500 4-person team
Entry fee includes great day of golf, apres party and lots of great prizes.
Event Sponsors:

TITLE SPONSOR

Boone's Wine and Spirits

$1M Shot Sponsor

 Sweet Leaf Pioneer, LLC

Beverage Cart

 Interstate

Driving Range

 All Mountain Technologies

Lunch Sponsor

 Comerford / State Farm Insurance

Registration Table

 SHC Landscape Co.

Apres Party

 Fas-Break Auto Glass

Green Sponsor

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$10K Putting Contest Mesa Turf Masters, LLC