Vail-Beaver Creek Weekend Agenda: September 23 & 24

The first-ever Fall Food & Wine Classic, a golf disc tournament, and a day dedicated to horses all find their way atop our weekend list of must-do's.

By Vail-Beaver Creek Staff September 22, 2017

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A day dedicated to horsin' around and a fundraiser at 4 Eagle Ranch should be enough to fulfill your Western fix.

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The Flying Eagle Open

Saturday & Sunday, September 23 & 24, Gypsum

If you've spent the summer perfecting your disc golf game, it's time to show off your skills (or at least watch the pros in action) at the PDGA (yes, that's Professional Disc Golf Association) sanctioned singles tournament in Gypsum. The annual event brings disc golfers from around the state for fierce competition at Gypsum's Hole in the Sky Course, Gypsum Disc Golf Course, and Cross Creek Disc Golf Course, which, combined with the fall colors, should make for some good spectating, too.

Horsin' Around Day

Saturday, September 23, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., Cordillera Equestrian Center

Calling all horse lovers; Cordillera's Horsin' Around Day features pony rides, petting zoos, and a chance to groom some of the stars of the show, along with equestrian shows and demonstrations. Admission to the event is free, with food and beverages available for purchase.

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The Fall Food & Wine Classic comes to Vail this weekend.

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Fall Food & Wine Classic

Saturday, September 23, Vail Village

Taste of Vail returns for the weekend, with the first ever Fall Food & Wine Classic featuring guest chefs, local restaurants, and southern hemisphere wine. Tickets brunch and outdoors adventure pairings are on the menu for Saturday morning, with Saturday evening's Grand Tasting at Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater concluding the inaugural event.

Septemberfest 2017

Friday & Saturday, September 22-23, Eagle Ranch Village, Eagle

The town of Eagle is celebrating the season with a 2-day tribute to fall kicking off Friday, and running through Saturday evening. Live music both days featuring local acts (like Bonfire Dub) and music groups from around the country (Fruition, BIG Something, Hardscrabble, among others) will hit the stage from 4:30 to 10 p.m., and a 50k, marathon, and half marathon trail runs presented by Color Coffee Roasters and Bonfire Brewing Company will provide some more sweat-worthy forms of recreation.

Wild West Day

Sunday, September 24, 10 a.m., 4 Eagle Ranch, Wolcott

One of the biggest annual fundraisers supporting Eagle County students, Wild West Day boasts a fun-filled itinerary for the whole family at Wolcott's 4 Eagle Ranch, with a "Great Stampede" trail run kicking things off Sunday morning. Proceeds from the event benefit the county's nine public elementary schools. 

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