Eagle invites you to contribute to our town’s unique brand of fun! Each year, we seek proposals from organizations and promoters interested in hosting an event. Festival and sporting events can come in an array of formats and sizes. We welcome your ideas.
If you would like to host an event in the Town of Eagle, please click to download the Town of Eagle Special Event Permit Application. Once downloaded, please open and fill it out using Adobe Reader. This will start the process to have your event reviewed and approved.
The Town of Eagle Marketing and Events Advisory Committee supports different events that would like to come to Eagle with seed money or other in-kind support. Seed money is allocated to those events that align with Eagle’s community objectives. To qualify for funding review, events must support these strategic priorities:
- Elevate the profile of Eagle
- Increase sales and lodging tax revenues
- Increase length of tourist visits
- Encourage visitor loyalty; increase return rates
- Increase brand awareness
- Provide marketing and public relations value and increase website traffic
- Appeal to diverse target markets
- Provide community and high quality of life for guests and residents
Applications for funding are available in October each year and funds are awarded in January. You can view the RFP and application form for 2018 here. Funds have already been awarded for 2018. Please contact the Town Special Event Coordinator for information on any funds that may still be available for 2018 or for information about applying for funding in 2019. events(at)townofeagle.org.
The Event The 8th Annual Racin’ to Raise Cash event is coming up on August 19th at the Eagle County Fairgrounds. We design and construct track with some incredibly difficult obstacles that jeeps
The 8th Annual Racin’ to Raise Cash event is coming up on August 19th at the Eagle County Fairgrounds. We design and construct track with some incredibly difficult obstacles that jeeps and rock buggies try to complete in the fastest time. It provides some exciting action and is entertaining for the entire family. We put 100% of the proceeds from this event back into the community.
Keepin’ em Real Scholarship Fund was founded by Tiffany Myers who was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in 2007 at age 36. In 2008 it had spread to her bones. She is now surviving with stage 4 breast cancer, with so much grace and inspiration. Tiffany along with her family and friends have walked hundreds of miles and crewed in 5 Susan G Komen 3 Day for a Cure as Team Keepin’ em Real. The 3 Day is an inspiring 60 mile walk that raises money and gives hope, for a future without breast cancer. Everyone should participate in a 3 Day at least once in their life time.
Crawlin’ To A Cure was founded by the Hobbs family, based on their love of off-roading and desire to help Team Keepin’ em Real. Crawlin’ To A Cure is a non-profit that uses off-road 4X4 vehicles to raise money for the Keepin’ em Real Scholarship Fund.
The Keepin’ em Real Scholarship is set up for students with families impacted by cancer, as too many know even with insurance, cancer takes a toll financially on a family. Our goal with this scholarship is to help as many students as we can, to make their educational dreams become a reality!
Admissions for spectators is $10 for everyone (4 and under FREE)
Registration opens at 7 a.m. make it faster and take advantage of the online registration at www.crawlintoacure.org.
Spectator gate opens at 9 a.m. when qualifying starts! Ticket for qualifying is good for the race too!
Our stadium race has 7 classes, EVERYONE has to wear a helmet! Seatbelts are a MUST!
Starting this year we now have so many drivers we will be running qualifications. Qualifying will start at 9a.m. each driver will run two consecutive laps, best top 10 times in each class will race for money starting at 5:30p.m. There will be a drivers meeting after qualifying.
STOCK CLASS- Full body vehicles (NO TUBE BODY) UP to 35″
MODIFIED CLASS- Full body vehicles (NO TUBE BODY) tire size 36″ to 40″
UNLIMITED CLASS A- ANY vehicle with tires 42″ or SMALLER MUST run harder course
UNLIMITED CLASS B- ANY vehicle with tires 43″or BIGGER MUST run harder course
BOULDER BUSTIN’ PINK LADIES- Lady driver any vehicle (A) RUNS EASIER COURSE (B) RUNS HARDER COURSE (Two first place prizes for ladies – second to next best time either course)
UTV LADIES CLASS – Side-By-Side
UTV CLASS- Side-By-Side
CASH prizes for top three times in each class! First pays $250* Second pays $150* Third pays $100
$100 driver entry fee EACH driver, you can run in additional class for $50 extra EACH driver
EACH driver will get ONE driver pass and ONE pit pass (PLEASE don’t give us a hard time on this) anyone else with you will have to stay in the stands and only allowed back in pit AFTER the race.
Crawlin’ To A Cure donates 100% of the drivers fee, gate admission and merchandise sales to the Tiffany Myers Memorial Keepin’ em Real Scholarship Fund and families effected by cancer. As too many know, even with insurance, cancer takes a toll financially on a family. We are dedicated to helping with that burden.
(Saturday) 9:00 am MST
Eagle County Fairgrounds
426 Fairgrounds Rd, Eagle, CO 81631
Crawlin' to a Cure
Yoga in the Park is a weekly donation based class at the Eagle Town Park from 9:30-10:45 am presented by Yoga Off Broadway and Eagle Outside. This
Yoga in the Park is a weekly donation based class at the Eagle Town Park from 9:30-10:45 am presented by Yoga Off Broadway and Eagle Outside. This year’s donations will benefit the Eagle County Humane Society. Bring your water, sunscreen, and mat (we have some available on site) and join us for an all levels practice on the grass!
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
Future Event Times in this Repeating Event Series
august 26, 2018 9:30 am
Come on down to the Eagle County Fairground to see some of the best high school rodeo athletes compete in all of the great rodeo events. JH Bareback Steer Riding Bareback Riding Saddle
Come on down to the Eagle County Fairground to see some of the best high school rodeo athletes compete in all of the great rodeo events.
JH Bareback Steer Riding
Saddle Bronc Riding
HS Tie-down Section 1
HS Breakaway Section 1
HS Breakaway Section 2
JH team Roping
HS Tie-down Section 2
JH Girls Breakaway
HS Team Roping Section 1
JH Boys Breakaway
HS Team Roping Section 2
JH Tie-down Roping
JH Saddle Bronc Steer Riding
JH Pole Bending
HS Pole Bending
JH Boys Goat Tying
JH Girls Goat Tying
HS Girls Goat Tying
(Friday) 10:00 am
Eagle County Fairgrounds
426 Fairgrounds Rd, Eagle, CO 81631
Join us Sunday, August 26 from
Join us Sunday, August 26 from 5-8 p.m. Dinner is at 6 p.m.
This event features YOU, the residents of all of Eagle! Join your family, friends and neighbors for dinner down the center of Broadway with the iconic Castle Peak as our backdrop. Bring your own food, drink and table service. Dinner will start at 6 p.m. Tables, chairs and table coverings will be set up for you. If you would like to host a table of eight and have a pot luck with your friends, decorate your table and/or dress up for your theme, please reserve your table at OurCommunityTable@gmail.com by August 15. If you plan on coming but are not sitting at a hosted table, please bring your food, beverage, table setting and sit at a table with others you may or may not know. If helps us if you email OurCommunityTable@gmail.com and let us know how many are in your party. If you have questions, you may email OurCommunityTable@gmail.com or call 719.464.6356.
Want to support the event? You can make donations through the button below, send or drop off your donations at Alpine Bank in Eagle. Ask for Esgar Acosta.
(Sunday) 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Broadway, eagle, co 81631
Friends of EagleOurCommunityTable@gmail.com
Septemberfest Presented by Soleil Homes is a two-day street party with live music, 7 Hermits craft beer, cocktails and food vendors, right in the heart of Eagle Ranch Village. Featuring
Septemberfest Presented by Soleil Homes is a two-day street party with live music, 7 Hermits craft beer, cocktails and food vendors, right in the heart of Eagle Ranch Village. Featuring live music with The Wailers, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, The Stone Foxes, Trout Steak Revival, Left on Tenth and more! TICKETS ON SALE >>>
Mountain RATS trail running races are being held on Sat. September 8 with the start and finish of each race in the Septemberfest venue. Endurance comps include a 50k, trail marathon and heavy half. New this year is the Septebmerfest 5k fun run. MORE >>>
Gates to the music venue on Capitol Street in Eagle Ranch Village open at 3:30pm on Sat, September 7 and Sun. September 8. After the street party, post-parties will be held at 7 Hermits Brewing and Dusty Boot Roadhouse.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.SEPTEMBERFESTEAGLE.COM
(Friday) 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm MT
Eagle Ranch Village
Eagle Ranch Road, Eagle, CO 81631
Come celebrate fall in the mountains with a trail running challenge! An exciting day of festival fun and adventure on the trails near Eagle, Colorado. With the start/finish line right
Come celebrate fall in the mountains with a trail running challenge! An exciting day of festival fun and adventure on the trails near Eagle, Colorado. With the start/finish line right in the heart of Eagle’s new fall festival, Septemberfest, friends and family can enjoy themselves while you push yourself in the rugged mountain race. After testing yourself on the trails relax with a beer, hot meal, or just sit and listen to live music. Racers can choose from a Half Marathon, Trail Marathon or 50K.
5:00-7:00 pm– Race day registration and packet pick up – location TBA
8:00-8:30 pm– Optional pre-race meeting
6:00 am– Race day registration and packet pick-up at start line
7:30 am– Marathon/50K race start
8:00 am– Half Marathon start
11:00 am– Half Marathon awards and raffle prizes (location TBA)
5:30 pm– Marathon/50K cut-off
6:00 pm– Marathon/50K awards and raffle prizes – Location TBA
(Saturday) 7:30 am - 6:00 pm MT
Eagle Ranch Village
Eagle Ranch Road, Eagle, CO 81631
The Flying Eagle Disc Society, Eagle County’s disc golf club, is proud to bring you the annual Flying Eagle Open disc golf tournament. This will be a
The Flying Eagle Disc Society, Eagle County’s disc golf club, is proud to bring you the annual Flying Eagle Open disc golf tournament. This will be a Professional Disc Golf Association B-Tier event featuring three rounds of golf on THREE separate courses, and is set to take place on September 22 & 23, 2018.
The field capacity of 216 players will be split into three pools with each pool playing shotgun start rounds at Hole in the Sky Disc Golf Course (Eagle, CO), Gypsum Creek Golf Course (Gypsum, CO) and, new to the event in 2017, Cross Creek DGC (Gypsum, CO). These courses will feature alternate tee positions depending on division.
Amateur players can expect to receive a robust players pack, and there will be payouts to top finishers in all divisions (cash in pro and prizes in am), in addition to trophies for top players in each division.
Hole in the Sky DGC is a permanent, public course and will be open for practice rounds from sunrise to sunset until the day of the event. Gypsum Creek and Cross Creek will have limited practice and preview windows, details of which will be announced closer to event time.
We are excited to bring this event back to Eagle County, Colorado in 2017. Please join us for a weekend of disc golf and camaraderie in the autumn beauty of the high Rocky Mountains!
Sponsorship opportunities are available for this event. If you would like to make a donation of cash or goods, please contact the tournament director, Steven Klehfoth, at 608-695-0121 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
22 (Saturday) 12:00 am - 23 (Sunday) 11:59 pm MT
Hole in the Sky Disc Golf Course
1050 Fairgrounds Rd, Eagle, CO 81631
Flying Eagle Disc Societyklay@flyingeagledisc.com
Join us in Eagle, CO for the 2018 Colorado High School Cycling League Conference Championships! The 5 time host of the State Championship race, Eagle is excited to host
Join us in Eagle, CO for the 2018 Colorado High School Cycling League Conference Championships! The 5 time host of the State Championship race, Eagle is excited to host the conference championships in 2018 opening up our course to many more athletes.
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.
6 (Saturday) 12:00 am - 7 (Sunday) 11:59 pm MST
Eagle BMX Park and Haymaker Trail
1700 Bull Pasture Road, Eagle, CO 81631
Colorado High School Cycling Leaguekate@coloradomtb.org