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Kids Adventure Games

Kids Adventure Games

What started as a backyard fun obstacle course for a few kids turned into a nationwide ADVENTURE RACE series spanning over a decade thanks to a dedicated team of outdoor professionals, who put on a n Eco Challenge/Mountain Games – style race for kids.Now in its 14th year, the Kids Adventure Games is returning to Vail Village August 10-14, 2023. Stepping into tomorrow with extra appreciation for our environment, teamwork, grit & confidence., with an awesome partner & community of friends. This experience truly does last a life time.In teams of two, participants compete together by bike, in water and on foot through a 2.5-4 mile course featuring up to 15 man made and natural obstacles. Races are limited to 130 teams per day. The Kids Adventure Games is more than a race, it’s an event for the whole family to enjoy!

Trick or Treat Trot

The Vail Recreation District will host the 30th Annual Trick or Treat Trot on Sunday, Oct. 31, 2022.

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HESTIVAL

HESTIVAL

HESTIVAL is an all-inclusive, family & critter-friendly camp-out weekend! Spend nights dreaming amongst the apples in Big B’s Delicious Orchards and daytimes full of activities, excursions, talented live music, fireside chats, cider tastings, stargazing, and delicious food & drink. HESTIVAL-goers will have day trip options to mountain bike, hike in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, or simply kick back and explore the local orchards before the group reconvenes for a daily Big B’s Cider at Happy Hour before a headliner band- Raising Appalachia- will take the stage and dance under the stars of the new moon.

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Winter Park Resort

Youth Ski League Championships

Youth Ski League (YSL) is the earliest developmental branch of U.S. Ski & Snowboard for aspiring Alpine ski racers. YSL introduces young ski racers to the competition experience, to learn, progress, and have fun.The YSL Championship will take place on Lower Hughes and will encompass age classes U8, U10, U12, U14, and U16 competing in Slalom and Giant Slalom. These races will focus on the FUNdamentals of ski racing. The Championships will feature one Giant Slalom run, one Slalom run and a Skills Quest activity. Races will be on Lower Hughes and Skills Quest on Larry Sales.

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Songbirds Girl Scout Choir

Songbirds Girl Scout Choir

The Songbirds Girl Scout Choir will perform on Friday, May 6, from 5:30-6:30 pm at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. The Museum will be offering free admission from 5-8 pm as part of First Friday Art Walk. In the Museum’s Main Gallery, “Girl Scouts Impact the World” explores the history of Girl Scouts since its founding in 1912. The Songbirds have been sharing traditional and international campfire songs since 2002. For more information, visit globalvillagemuseum.org or call 970-221-4600.

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VANS® King of the Grommets®

VANS® King of the Grommets® Slopestyle

For groms (youth) ages 15 and under, the ski and snowboard slopestyle competition is an awesome opportunity for boys and girls to discover the fun of competing on intermediate terrain found in Winter Park Resort terrain parks and Trestle Bike Park.

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83rd Annual Bronc Days - Green Mountain Falls, CO

83rd Annual Bronc Days – Green Mountain Falls, CO

Bronc Day is a free one-day, one-of-a-kind family fun western themed event with a pancake breakfast, entertainment, a parade, live music, food trucks, kids’ games, face painting, vendors, horses, bright blue skies, a beautiful lake and so much more! Just a 20-minute drive up scenic Ute Pass (Hwy 24) from Colorado Springs.Bronc Day is one of the longest running historical events in Southern Colorado. It began in 1939 to welcome cowhands, tourists and families who were coming to the Ute Pass area to rodeo, vacation or work the summer trades. Bronc Day became an annual day for friends and family fun and memories. A Parade is again a highlight of the traditional festivities and this year includes horses, antique cars, firetrucks, and surprises! Free kids’ games, monster truck bounce house, vendors selling their wares and fabulous food from our local merchants and local food trucks along with live entertainment, western costumes, and much more. It truly is the friendliest day and a fun-filled event for your family to enjoy each summer!This year’s theme is: Ute Pass: Past Present & Future!The ever-popular Pancake Breakfast is returning this year! This will take place at the Church in the Wildwood from 7-10am before the parade. The Friends of the Ute Pass Trails will be sponsoring this loved annual breakfast with proceeds going to enhance their work on the local trail systems.The Grand Marshall for this year’s parade is Margaret Peterson-long-time resident of Green Mountain Falls, Margaret says, “Bronc Day is my favorite day; it makes me feel like I’m 8 years old again.” She has worked tirelessly as a volunteer for many organizations and has served on numerous boards, including Bronc Day, for many years. The Parade starts at 10am.The evening Barn Dance on Friday July 28th 7-9pm, is located in the Green Box Farm Stand featuring long time local band Friends of the Riders. The Firebird food truck will be there too.So put July 28th and 29th on your calendar for a drive to the beautiful town of Green Mountain Falls for the 85th Annual Bronc Day Festival!

Trunk or Treat

Join local businesses, police officers, firefighters, and community members for Localworks’ Trunk or Treat – a fun and safe trick-or-treat experience for kids and their families. Owners will decorate their cars and trucks with creative disguises to delight kids of all ages and distribute candy or small items like pencils and stickers. Attendees vote on the Best Decorated Car and the winner receives a prize. This event features a haunted house, carnival games, and a trunk decorating contest.

National Parks Free Entrance Day

Come experience the national parks! On four days in 2018, all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone.

Town of Frisco

Frisco sits in the heart of Summit County, Colorado within minutes of many world-class ski resorts. Although originally settled by the Ute Indians followed by trappers/mountain men, the mining industry and eventually skiing, Frisco has evolved into a year-round outdoor recreation hub and relaxation destination for all ages. While it may look and feel charming, inside this town beats the heart of adventure.

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