Details to come
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1st annual Vintage Market
Shop over 100 Artisans and Craftsmen, Vintage Wonders, One of a Kind Finds & Upscale Junk
Play – Live Local Bands, Family Fun & DIY Projects
Party – Local Brews & Food and Lawn Games
Brought to you by Lone Star Revivals Vintage Markets, producers of highly regarded vintage markets throughout Texas and the south.
10th Mountain Roller Dolls vs. Denver Roller Dolls: Standbys
August 22, 2015
Eagle Pool & Hockey Rink
6pm Doors, 7pm 1st whistle
$8 online at www.10thmountainrollerdolls.com
Or $10 at the door
Safe and fun Halloween trick-or-treating in downtown Eagle Ranch. Because there’s no such thing as too much candy!
A time-honored tradition in Eagle with pumpkins, punkin’ chunkin, haunted barn and tons of fun for all ages.
Eagle Ranch Golf Course is proud to host the Boys’ 3A State Championships for the Colorado High School Activities Association. Watch these high school players compete for individual and team titles on the Arnold Palmer Signature Design Course!
The 2nd Annual Vail Valley Cup – Cindy Eskwith Memorial Tournament will be held October 3-4, 2015. The Vail Valley Soccer Club will be accepting applications for teams in the U10-U18 Girls and U10 – U14 Boys age groups for the 11 v 11 format. Also, we will be accepting applications for U10 – U12 Girls and Boys 8 v 8 format. Applications are due by September 1, 2015, however, this tournament fills up quickly and we are first come first served so register as soon as possible.
Find out more HERE
Join the Eagle Chamber for their annual fall tournament at Eagle Ranch Golf Course!
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.