11th Annual Not-So-Scary Barn
Sponsored and presented by Eagle Valley Middle School football teams
Sponsored and presented by Eagle Valley Middle School football teams
Sweet Leaf Pioneer in Eagle,CO is proud to tell you about our 2nd Annual Pioneer Daze!
Presented by~ CBD Living Water, O.Pen, Sweet Leaf Pioneer & 7 Hermits Brewing!
Pioneer Daze will be on Saturday Sept. 10th and starts at 4pm and goes to 10pm! It will take place right on location in the back parking lot of our shop in Eagle Colorado! There is no cover charge for this event….it’s FREE! (But you might want to bring some money for food or other vendor products and beer.) We have a great rockin’ and good-time line up this year for both the awesome music bands and lovely industry products and local business booths! Come check out vendors, massages, hemp products, food, beer and music that will be sure to get you vibing and having a totally fun time! Last year was a blast…so if you missed it..make plans to make it to this years party! Turtle Tubing will be shuttling between 7 Hermits Brewing and Pioneer Daze.
Sponsored by~Incredibles, Keef Cola, Aurum Labs, Dutch Caliber, Foria, Hemp Sense, Women Grow, Colorado Hemp Co, Tree Free Hemp
420 The Sessh
5:30 The Dyrty Birds
6:45 The Renegade Sons
8:00 Miles Nielsen & The Rusted Hearts!
7 Hermits Brewing will be here along with Ekahi Grill, Lost Cajun, Rocky Mountain Taco, Rocky Mountain Popcorn and Ice cream!
Location: Eagle Fairgrounds, Colorado
Boys and Girls Dates: Sunday October 16th
All Teams are guaranteed 3 games.
Boys U10/U11, U12, U13, U15
Girls U11/U12 and U13/U15
(divisions will be further split based on sign ups)
Registration deadline is October 1, 2016
US Lacrosse Membership is required for all participants
If you have questions Contact Chris Bivona 973-525-6123 or email@example.com
|Tour of Eagle’s Sunset View Cemetery
Saturday, October, 8th
Brought to you by
The Eagle County Historical SocietyTour Eagle’s Sunset View Cemetery and learn about some of the colorful characters buried there. Actors will portray these early residents.There are two time options for tours. Afternoon tours begin at 2:20 p.m. and run every 20 minutes with the last tour starting at 4:40 p.m. Evening tours begin at 6:40 p.m. with the last tour starting at 8:20.
Tickets are available at eaglecountyhistoricalsociety.com; or by phoning 1-800-838-3006
You will need to wear sturdy walking shoes, especially at night, as the ground is uneven. If you choose a night tour please bring a flashlight.
$15 per person in advance for afternoon tours; $18 in advance for night tours; $3 extra fee for walk-ups on the day of the tour. (Ticket sales benefit the ECHS)
The Cemetery is located on Sixth Street and Hilltop, one block east of the Library.
Allow about an hour and a half for the tour.
Live Music featuring
The 3rd annual Legacy Festival is free to attend and open to all ages. The festival brings together our conservation-minded community to showcase our collective successes.
LIVE MUSIC & FOOD
You’ll enjoy live music by Lake County Rain, delicious food, fun activities and beer by Bonfire Brewing.
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Kids can play in the bouncy house, ride the mechanical bull, learn to lasso, join the scavenger hunt, or cool off with some ice cream.
COW PATTY BINGO
Legacy Festival is also the annual fundraiser for the Eagle Valley Land Trust, including a silent auction and the wildly popular Cow Patty Bingo. This year, the Cow Patty Bingo Grand Prize is 2 nights in Vail, including $1,000 in cash. Even better, each deed enters you into the Bah-Bah Bingo round. The more deeds you have, the better your chances of winning. Winners need not be present to play. Cow Patty Bingo Deeds are available online now at www.evlt.org/legacyfestival.
In small ways and in big ways, we all take measures to conserve our water, wildlife habitat and natural resource for future generation. At the conservation expo, learn how our actions today preserve and protect the outdoors for future generations. You’ll also hear stories about the Eagle Valley from 5th generation ranchers on how they preserve our scenic views one acre at a time.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Want to get involved? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about sponsorship and volunteer opportunities.
400 Fly Fishermen, 30 Countries, 8 Venues, 7 Days, 3 Rivers, 2 Lakes
will create this year’s World Fly Fishing Championship
The 36th FIPS Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship is coming to the United States with anglers fishing the free flowing rivers and majestic lakes of the Rocky Mountains. More than 30 countries will attend the championship this September 11-18, 2016, in Colorado.
The Town of Vail is the location for the opening and closing ceremonies and host hotel, the Evergreen Lodge. This is the event headquarters along with: competitor lodging, meals, registration, captain’s meetings, and the posting of scores. This will be a great place to meet and mingle with the international teams and to enjoy the festive atmosphere.
Competitors will fish the Eagle River in Wolcott and Gypsum, the Colorado River near Dotsero, Sylvan Lake near the Town of Eagle, and Dillon Reservoir at the Town of Frisco. Fishing venues are divided into 5 sectors where each angler fishes for 3 hours over 5 sessions. Bring a camera and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Colorado and watch true masters of the fly rod in action.
A Conservation Symposium will be held to highlight area and global watershed issues with a showing of DamNation. Speakers will be from Colorado Parks & Wildlife and Colorado Trout Unlimited. Hosted at the Ford Amphitheater and open to the public.
Derek DeYoung will provide an Art Show on the final day of the championship. The Vail Marriott will be adorned with art in a celebration to fly fishing. All are welcome to come visit with Derek and see his unique style of paintings.
The medal ceremony will be on Bridge Street in Vail Village. Watch team and individual medals get awarded while national anthems are played and nation’s flags are raised. Cheer alongside all the competitors as the medals and trophies are held high. Closing speeches are made and the ‘Sacred Scroll’ is passed to the next host nation.
Fishing venues are divided into 5 sectors.
Sector I Eagle River Upper Wolcott on private water
Sector II Eagle River Lower Gypsum on Gypsum Ponds SWA water
Sector III Colorado River Dotsero on private water
Sector IV Sylvan Lake Eagle at Sylvan Lake State Park
Sector V Blue River Kremmling at Spring Creek Rd on private water
Be part of this championship of a lifetime! www.wffc2016.com
Get the championship App App Store or Google Play
This championship is being produced by The America Cup, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that promotes both competitive and amateur fly fishing at the national and international levels and provides program and monetary support to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing.
Learn more about The America Cup organization here.
Meet players, cheerleaders and Miles the mascot and get autographs!
Brush Creek Pavilion
Please walk or bike to the event if you can.
Complimentary shuttle service provided by ECO Transit from the Eagle County Fairgrounds west (dirt) lot from 3-7pm
A fundraiser for Mountain Tots Preschool to purchase new playground equipment.
Join us at the Dusty Boot for
Food & Drink
Live Music featuring The Platonics
Kids Games & Activities
Join us for an exciting weekend of youth lacrosse in Eagle! Find all the details about the tournament here
Location: Eagle (Boys U9,U10, U11) and Edwards (all other divisions) CO
Boys Dates: May 7th and 8th
Boys Teams are guaranteed 4 games.