On Saturday, July 25, Teton Gravity Research will host the Vail Valley premiere of Accomplice, a film allowing those recently released from the strictures of in-home confinement, thanks to a countywide relaxing of public health restrictions, to vicariously travel the globe in pursuit of two-wheeled adventures, albeit at a social distance on the great lawn of the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., film starts at 6:30 p.m., $10 (adults), $5 (kids) purchase tickets here.
And watch the trailer here:
Community Land Connection Series Guided Hike
Start the day off on Saturday (8 - 11 a.m.) with a free three-mile guided hike through Eagle's Brush Creek Ranch, a 1,540-acre parcel Eagle County acquired from a developer in 2017. Kathy Heichler from Eagle County Historical Society and Peter Suneson from Eagle County Open Space will lead the hike/tour, discussing the property's history, and how it came to be permanently preserved as an open space thanks to a partnership between the Town of Eagle, Eagle Ranch, and the Eagle Valley Land Trust. Come dressed for the weather, with a face covering and hand sanitizer. Reserve your spot by e-mailing [email protected]