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Vail Craft Beer Classic announces Toast of Vail performers

May 27, 2018 — VAIL — Three popular Colorado bands will headline the Toast of Vail, the Vail Craft Beer Classic's flagship event, on Saturday, June 16. Live music will fill Solaris Plaza starting at 2 p.m. with Float Like a Buffalo, followed by Matt Rouch & The Noise

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From ‘Dirty Dancing’ to Aspen Santa Fe Ballet; Jenny Winton joins local dance company

May 27, 2018 — Jenny Winton has danced with the Joffrey Ballet and toured with the Broadway musical "Dirty Dancing" and performed in works ranging from classical to contemporary to commercial. Winton this month joined Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, where her diverse background will come in handy performing the

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Scott Mercier: Mind, body, spirit and Pedaleando

May 25, 2018 — Community Pedaleando. When I heard this name I thought, Community Pedaleando? What a great name for an event created to celebrate cycling and health. The second annual Community Pedaleando will take place in the North Face Park in Carbondale on June 10 from 10:30 a.m.

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5 alternatives to hiking Hanging Lake

May 24, 2018 — Glenwood Canyon's Hanging Lake may be one of the best-known hikes in the area. But that also means it's one of the most crowded. Take a break from the crowds and turn your attention to other Garfield County hikes. Much like Hanging Lake, these are

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Glenwood Springs events, 5/25/18

May 24, 2018 — Visit postindependent.com to see even more events, and go to tinyurl.com/postevents to list your own. Freedom to Connect Fundraiser Friday, 5 p.m. Here's the deal: You can enjoy dancers performing on aerial silks, a silent auction, an open wine bar, specialty cocktails, prizes and more.

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Hike Hanging Lake responsibly

May 24, 2018 — Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial beginning of summer, and we know visitors will arrive in search of the area's treasures. One of those, Hanging Lake, is sure to see crowds as tourist season begins. Look, we're not going to tell you to skip Hanging

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Anderson Ranch Editions brings art from the print shop to the public

May 24, 2018 — A who's who of contemporary artists have come through the studios of Anderson Ranch Arts Center over the past five decades and made work in its famed Patton Print Shop alongside students and emerging artists. The Ranch is now sharing some of those artists' work

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HighSide in Frisco brings number of breweries operating in Summit County up to eight

May 22, 2018 — Summit County's newest brewery came onto the scene Friday louder than a roaring Class V whitewater rapid. Frisco's HighSide brewery takes its name from the local rafting scene, and its leadership team is a confluence of experience with David Axelrod, co-founder of Broken Compass; Carrie

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Bikepack pilgrimage: Via wheels, not foot, Frisco’s Zach Husted completes Colorado Trail in 11 days

May 18, 2018 — Five weeks is the average time it takes for a hiker to traverse the entire 485-mile Colorado trail by foot. By bike, Frisco's Zach Husted completed his own 539-mile journey on and around the trail in 11 days. And he did it alone. For the

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Glenwood Springs events, 5/18/18

May 17, 2018 — Visit tinyurl.com/pievents to see even more events and tinyurl.com/postevents to list your own.   Bonedale Bike Week Friday-Thursday. Celebrate Carbondale without the "car" during this five-day event. Carbondale | 970-510-1277 | carbondale.com Lower Jen Trail Reroute Project Saturday, 8:30 a.m. It's Colorado Public Lands Day!

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Aspen Art Museum announces seven lectures by artists and experts this summer

May 17, 2018 — The Aspen Art Museum will host seven public lectures this summer by artists and experts, the museum announced Monday. The lineup includes 2018 Aspen Award for Art recipient Rashid Johnson and acclaimed curator Hans Ulrich Obrist. The series will open July 2 with art and

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“The Girl Who Cannot Speak,” edited in Carbondale, to screen at Cannes Film Festival

May 17, 2018 — "The Girl Who Cannot Speak," a short documentary edited by the Carbondale-based and Emmy Award-winning editor Krysia Carter-Giez, will have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival today. The 21-minute film, screening in the prestigious festival's Creative Minds Program, is directed by Stefano Da

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Beer Thirty: What to expect from a flight at Bonfire Brewing

May 17, 2018 — Most days, it's the smell of popcorn that greets you at Bonfire Brewing. Other days, it's a horde of friendly dogs. This day, it was Andy Jessen, co-founder and current owner of Bonfire Brewing, that greeted me first instead. Bonfire Brewing is made up of

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WineInk: Tiny Bubbles — The Unique Nature of Champagne

May 17, 2018 — Champagne is one of those things where if you had a glass on a given day, it probably was a pretty good day. It is the drink of celebration and it is the drink of love. Interestingly, it is perhaps the only wine we choose

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What’s on at Belly Up Aspen this summer?

May 17, 2018 — During these sleepy weeks of offseason, as tumbleweeds blow through a largely shuttered Aspen, Belly Up's summer concert announcements are a welcome reminder of the wild season of live music to come. While the Aspen Music Festival announces its season all at once — dropping

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What’s on at Belly Up Aspen this summer?

May 17, 2018 — During these sleepy weeks of offseason, as tumbleweeds blow through a largely shuttered Aspen, Belly Up's summer concert announcements are a welcome reminder of the wild season of live music to come. While the Aspen Music Festival announces its season all at once — dropping

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Overnight self-registration now required in Eagles Nest Wilderness

May 16, 2018 — EAGLE COUNTY — The Dillon and Eagle-Holy Cross Ranger Districts of the White River National Forest will be implementing an overnight self-registration system in the Eagles Nest Wilderness beginning this summer of 2018. The registration system will be identical to the one already in place

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Vail’s first patrol dog Henry undergoes stem cell therapy in Gypsum

May 15, 2018 — When Chris Reeder took Henry out fishing earlier this year — one of Vail's first patrol dog's favorite spring activities — he noticed time catching up with his old friend. Henry is retired, anyways, and will turn 11 years old in July. Struggling with his

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Surprise Mom with Mother’s Day chocolate minis

May 12, 2018 — High altitudes makes cookies spread in the pan, cakes fall, and few baked goods turn out as they do at sea level. This twice-monthly column presents recipes and tips that make baking in the mountains successful. Want to surprise Mom with a homemade dessert on

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Rifle High students to hold car show to support mechanics team

May 11, 2018 — To help support its SkillsUSA group, several Rifle High School students will be hosting a car show on Saturday at the upper RHS parking lot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Car registration for the show was $20 and admission to the public is free.

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