Raise your steinVails Oktoberfest in Lionshead wraps up today before moving to Vail Village next weekend. Festivities are noon to 6 p.m. Visit http://www.vailoktoberfest.com for more information.Market madnessThe Vail Farmers Market is Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Two live bands will perform. The market features a mechanical bull, train rides for the kids and vendors selling everything from cupcakes and fresh vegetables to paintings and jewelry. Visit http://www.vailfarmersmarket.com for more information. Cordillera Home & Garden TourThe doors to some of the Vail Valleys most distinctive and eco-friendly homes will be open to visitors during the third annual Cordillera Home & Garden Tour on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $30. This years tour includes a mountain garden and five mountain homes, as well as the unveiling of the Mountain Living Natural Dream Home 2008. Proceeds from the event will benefit Habitat for Humanity and the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. Call 800-528-1656 or visit http://www.cordilleracolorado.com for more information.Blues in WolcottNew Orleans-based blues man Bryan Lee and the Blues Power Band will play at the Wolcott Yacht Club on Sunday at 11 a.m. Lee has spent a lifetime playing the blind mans blues. Blind from the age of eight due to complications from damaged retinas during birth, Lee started playing guitar at age 11 and eventually began playing gigs in Chicago. But in the end, Lee found a home in New Orleans, where nobody seemed to care that he was a white, blind guy playing the blues. The show is free and the Yacht Club will be offering many drink specials. Call 970-926-3444 or visit http://www.wolcottyachtclub.com.