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Jul
25
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Cool off this Summer in Vail, Colorado

Known for being the single largest ski resort in the country, Vail is one of the greatest places to spend a winter ski vacation with the family. However, winter isn’t the only time you should take the family to Vail. If you think Vail turns into a ghost town after the mountain closes in April, think again. The summer outdoor activities in Vail are endless. Here are our top 5 reasons you need to come for the winter and then come back again for the summer!

Jul
18
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Manor Vail Lodge Welcomes Vail International Dance Festival

The Vail International Dance Festival is celebrating its 26th season this year! Directed by Damian Woetzel, the Vail International Dance Festival will take place July 27th – August 9th right next to Manor Vail Lodge at the Gerald Ford Amphitheater in Vail, Colorado. In addition to the performances, the Vail International Dance Festival brings master classes and free interactive events to the streets of Vail. Artists will consist of American Ballet Theater, New York City Ballet, Alvin Ailey Dance Company, the Moscow Stanislavsky Ballet, Hamburg Ballet and Harlem Dance Company.  

Jul
09

Manor Vail & Betty Ford Alpine Gardens hosts Chefs in the Gardens

Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, with a growing list of cultural and educational programs, is hosting its annual Chefs in the Gardens series this summer featuring live cooking demonstrations by some of the Vail Valley’s most celebrated chefs including Manor Vail's Eric Berggren, Chef De Cuisine on July 17, 2014. Those that attend the event will be able to sample the Lord Gore's Mango Crab Salad from the summer menu.

The hour-long demonstrations, to feature Colorado cuisine showcasing locally grown and organically produced ingredients, are free to the public and will take place from noon to 1:00pm in the Children’s Garden, near the Schoolhouse gift shop and museum in Vail’s Ford Park. 

Inspired by an extraordinary passion for high-altitude flowers and plants, Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, at 8,250 feet above sea level in Vail’s Ford Park, is the highest botanical garden in the United States, providing free access to an estimated 100,000 visitors annually. 

The Gardens are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for which operations and programs are funded entirely through the generosity of donors. Conserving plants of the American West, its mission is to inspire passion for plants in high-altitude communities through beautification, conservation, education and research programs. 

For a complete events schedule or more information, call 970-476-0103, ext. 3, or visit www.bettyfordalpinegardens.org.

Jul
02

Bravo! Vail Classical Music Festival

The Bravo! Vail Music Festival is a six-week concert series that consist of solos, pianos, octets, orchestra, soirees and clarinets all coming together as one to create sounds so powerful and inspiring that for those unfamiliar with classical music gain an appreciation.

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