The Adventures Within Camps are specially designed for adults living with MS, along with friends and family members. This summer camp features activities such as rafting, canoeing, ropes course and plenty of time to enjoy the mountains. Please call for details. 1-800-383-2632.
Program includes all activities, instruction, food, lodging and on-course transportation.
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Putting onto the river at Loma, Colorado this trip takes you down the Colorado River and through Ruby and Horsethief canyons. This twenty-five mile long section of the Colorado is gorgeous flat water through a very scenic canyon known for its’ Bald Eagles, geologic formations and great camping. Your canoe trip will be raft supported and designed, as are all BOEC trips, to be considerate of the abilities of all our participants. There will be scheduled time for rest, relaxation and regeneration, which means lots of time for fun and community. Outdoor Education standards such as basic canoeing and safety, minimum impact camping, natural history and other topics will be covered. A great expedition for folks wanting to get away from it all but who cannot make the time commitment for a longer trip.
Included in trip:Food, river gear (including dry bags, canoes, paddles, life jackets), transportation during the program, river guides and quality instruction. This trip will begin and end in Breckenridge, CO at the BOEC’s Scott Griffith Lodge. Students will need to be dropped of at the BOEC’s Scott Griffith Lodge at 9 AM September 2 and picked up by 4 PM September 6. It is also possible to arrange to meet our staff at the airport in Grand Junction Colorado if traveling from out of state. Transportation assistance out of greater Denver, to and from Breckenridge, can be arranged through the BOEC for an additional cost of $100.00.
If you would like more information or would like to register for this program please contact Linda Heesch at the Brain Injury Alliance Colorado.
Email : [email protected]
Enjoy cool summer temperatures and exciting events like the Summit Foundation’s Rubber Duck Race, the annual Sidewalk Sale, the Gathering at the Great Divide Arts Festival and more. With so much going on, you’ll need an extra day to experience it all.
Kicks up your heels and raise a stein with Colorado-brewed Oktoberfest beers, oompah bands and German fare that will make your mouth water! The kids zone will delight the littlest festival goers as all our events are truly…fun for the entire family.
Beaver Creek’s 16th Annual Oktoberfest returns with foot stompin’ oom-pah-pah music, unbeatable beer and wunderbar wurst! Enjoy complimentary live entertainment in Beaver Creek Plaza all weekend. It’s the perfect time to be outdoors and hike, bike, play a round of golf and celebrate Oktoberfest in Beaver Creek. Musical highlights include Trachtenkapelle from Austria, Lech Zurs and Beaver Creek’s very own Helmut Fricker! Once again, guests of all ages will have the chance to compete in the Bavarian Costume Contest on Saturday. On Sunday, kids will be able to showcase their musical talents at the Kids’ European Alpenhorn contest. A Kids’ Fun Zone will be open from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday providing activities, arts and crafts designed for kids 12 and under. Beaver Creek’s signature Culinary Demonstration Series will feature complimentary Bavarian-inspired demonstrations from local chefs. Don’t miss the Oktoberfest Shuffle before enjoying the brats and beer garden on Sunday morning. Oktoberfest offers free admission to the plaza and food and beverage are available for purchase.
Join the Friends of the Library at their monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Mt. Royal meeting room, County Commons, 0037 Peak One Drive, Frisco to learn about upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.
2nd annual golf tournament- locals golf outing to celebrate the end of summer! Limited to 20 teams. 4 person scramble.