Try out the new ice bumper cars, demo the new Prizm goggles from Oakley or view the latest Teton Gravity Research film featuring the sounds of the Grateful Dead at the Vilar.
The holidays are still hanging on with a few more events happening this weekend.
It's the holidays! Check out this weekend's top things to do!
The holidays are ramping up with visits from Santa, festive music at the Vilar Performing Arts Center and the 13th annual Vail Winterfest.
Modest Mouse and The Head and The Heart headline this year's Vail Snow Days concerts, an Ugly Sweater 5k, and a tree lighting ceremony rounds out the weekend.
Visits from Santa, tree lighting ceremonies and Revely Vail will put everyone into the holiday spirit.
More ski resorts open in Summit County this weekend. The Vail Nordic Ski Swap happens and get your holiday shopping done at artwalks and holiday craft markets in Eagle.
A winter gear swap, Halloween happenings for adults and kids, more ski terrain opening in Summit county and more on tap this weekend.
Skiing is now available in Summit County, Underground Sound continues at the Vilar and area businesses are raising money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
After snow earlier this week, the sun will come out for events like Man of the Cliff in Avon and the Fall Fest Spooktacular in Gypsum.
The first weekend of October ushers in some great events like the Underground Sound Concert Series, Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant and one more Oktoberfest.
Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week is back and so is Oktoberfest at the Sonnenalp. If wine is your thing, try the Wild Wine Tasting or crush grapes and sip wine and Vines at Vail.
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Lederhosen, fine wines, rubber duck races and plenty of jazz tunes round out the list of Labor Day weekend activities and events.
Pro cycle racing returns to Avon, while the Vilar hosts singer-songwriter José González, and Vail Mountain hosts runners for the 10k at 10,000 feet trail running race.
The Vail Film Festival returns to Cinebistro, Circus Bella comes to Avon and Empty Bowls aims to help fill the food bank this weekend.
Starting Hearts is hosting its 2nd annual Heart and Sole event at Ford Park in Vail from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Live music, kids activities and prizes are up for grabs, but the event aims not only to entertain, but also to educate the public on how everyone can learn how to save a precious life.
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The Dinosaur Junction Museum focuses on dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals that inhabited not just Colorado but walked ancient Eagle County. “We know what these animals were through their fossil remains that have been found all over," Billy Doran said.
From the Vail Dance Festival to mushroom foraging, from Art Shows to Art Battles, it's another busy weekend in the Vail Valley.