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Vail Native, Gubernatorial candidate Mike Johnston to emcee Star Dancing Gala

June 23, 2018 — EAGLE COUNTY — Mike Johnston is a big believer in YouthPower365's mission to provide scholarship programs that aspire to create success for every child. But he also wants to see his friends get down. That's why the Vail native and gubernatorial candidate has agreed to

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Academy of St Martin in the Fields opens 2018 Bravo! Vail Music Festival season

June 20, 2018 — Bravo! Vail Music Festival concertgoers will doubtless lose themselves in the virtuosity of this weekend's Academy of St Martin in the Fields performances, but even as they surrender to the music of Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven and Bach they should spare a moment to contemplate their

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Porchlight Players Summer Theater Camp presenting ‘Alice in Wonderland Jr.’ in Gypsum Friday, June 22

June 20, 2018 — GYPSUM — It's difficult to imagine a group of more iconic characters than the White Rabbit, Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts. The kids involved in this year's Porchlight Players Summer Theater Camp will take on these roles and more as they stage "Alice in

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5 things to know about Yoga in the Park at Eagle Town Park

June 17, 2018 — Eagle Town Park is a very zen spot on Sundays during the summer. The popular Yoga in the Park program is back for the summer of 2018. Presented by Yoga Off Broadway with support from Eagle Outside, Alpine Bank and Lululemon the open air, donation

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Eagle River Jam & Backyard BBQ offers free raft trips, kids activities and picnic fun

May 17, 2018 — Even though you think it might be cold enough to turn your feet blue, spring weather brings an almost irresistible urge to dip your toes in the Eagle River. On Sunday, May 27, Timberline Tours and the town of Eagle will help satisfy that need

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Celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day at Sylvan Lake State Park May 20

May 10, 2018 — the fact that Sylvan Lake itself is closed for this summer isn't deterring the state park staff from joining in the festivities of Colorado Public Lands Day on Sunday, May 20. The lake, lake trail, campground and cabins are affected by a season long closure

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Celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day at Sylvan Lake State Park May 20

May 10, 2018 — the fact that Sylvan Lake itself is closed for this summer isn't deterring the state park staff from joining in the festivities of Colorado Public Lands Day on Sunday, May 20. The lake, lake trail, campground and cabins are affected by a season long closure

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Stories from a simpler time: Verne Albertson wins historical society honor for his charming memoir

April 24, 2018 — When they were kids, Shayne and Gail Albertson used to ask their father, Verne, to tell them stories about his own childhood — growing up in Burns during the Great Depression and World War II. He would oblige by weaving tales of how he and

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It’s Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious — Eagle Valley High School presents “Mary Poppins”

March 14, 2018 — EAGLE — The word's most famous nanny will be landing at Eagle Valley High School this weekend when students present the musical "Mary Poppins." It's no small feat to stage such an iconic show, but faculty director James Overcash says his cast is up to

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Bonfire Brewing and Vail Valley Anglers pair up for fly-tying event

March 12, 2018 — EAGLE — Calling all local anglers. Bonfire Brewing and Vail Valley Anglers are partnering for a night of beer drinking and fly-tying on Wednesday, March 14, at the brewery in Eagle. Local angler Ray Kyle will give some pointers and supply his countless years of

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Photographer, adventurer Jon Sheppard hosting show at Vail library

March 7, 2018 — VAIL — Jon Sheppard's life looks like an adventure novel, except it's not fiction — Sheppard has lived it. You can see for yourself. His photos, award-winning books, stories and photography are the centerpiece of a show at the Vail Public Library. The opening reception

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A Good Sport Co. in Eagle sells used gear without passing on germs

March 4, 2018 — As a mom of two kids involved in "gear intensive sports," Celena Olden knew there was a need for a local good quality used sports and outdoor gear shop. But it wasn't until she got serious about opening A Good Sport Co. that she uncovered

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The Bookworm of Edwards hosts William Matson, author of “Crazy Horse: The Lakota Warrior’s Life & Legacy”

February 28, 2018 — "It is rare when a Lakota family is willing to share their family's oral history in detail, even more so when the family is that of great Lakota leader, Crazy Horse," writes William Matson. Hear just that on Thursday, March 1, at The Bookworm of

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Gold medalists of Olympic pinning: Official media pins in South Korea available to trade

February 6, 2018 — Rob and Gaye Steinke will be bringing Olympic hardware back from South Korea. The Vail couple has been collecting both friends as well as Olympic and World Cup pins for decades. Among the pins they'll take to South Korea when they leave Thursday, Feb. 8,

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Student-written, directed play ‘Air Raid Lemonade’ comes to Battle Mountain High School Feb. 1-3

January 31, 2018 — This week, for the first time, Battle Mountain High School presents a student-written and student-directed play. The play, "Air Raid Lemonade," written by high school senior Katie Bellerose, is a one-act play directed by fellow senior Berit Kirchner, both of Eagle-Vail. Performances take place Thursday

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Be Devil’ed: Eagle Valley High School celebrates Fire and Ice Gala Saturday, Feb. 3

January 28, 2018 — Former Eagle Valley High School teachers Ralph and Janice Starr didn't plan to spend their entire careers in the same school district they attended as students. Things just worked out that way. During their long careers with Eagle County Schools, the Starrs touched the lives

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Eagle celebrates 12th day of Christmas with Jan. 6 Christmas tree bonfire

December 30, 2017 — When they bundle up and head out to the 12th Night Christmas tree bonfire Saturday night, Jan. 6, Eagle residents will be the latest participants in a community holiday tradition that dates back 65 years. Just as the town's people did back on Jan. 6,

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Eagle, Gypsum rec programs keep kiddos busy for the long holiday break

December 27, 2017 — GYPSUM — There's a cold, hard reality that accompanies the delights of the holiday season — kids are out of school for the next 13 days and some time in that span, they are going to complain about how they are bored. Not to worry.

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Eagle, Gypsum rec programs keep kiddos busy for the long holiday break

December 26, 2017 — GYPSUM — There's a cold, hard reality that accompanies the delights of the holiday season — kids are out of school for the next 13 days and some time in that span, they are going to complain about how they are bored. Not to worry.

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Iconic Dickens carolers spread harmonic Christmas cheer through Vail

December 15, 2017 — For more than 30 years now, the Vail Dickens Carolers have been an iconic part of the local holiday scene. Clad in their Victorian costumes as they stroll the streets of Vail and pop into various pubs and restaurants, members sing Christmas cheer. "It's fun

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