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LIVE MUSIC | DANCING | DRINKS | EATS

Join us Saturday, March 4th for a reprieve from the long winter! Break out your most festive island attire, grab your friends, and head to Walking Mountains Science Center to Escape Cabin Fever!

Island-inspired food and cocktails, live music by Euforquestra, a raffle for a chance to win a pair of Liberty Skis, Monkshood Winery Tour, hut trip and more await you for your one-night island getaway in the heart of the Rockies.

Not your typical fundraising event – just drinks, dancing, and informal island fun!

When: Saturday, March 4, 2017 | 7:00pm-11:00pm
Where: Walking Mountains Science Center, Avon
Cost:$100/ticket. Click here to purchase your tickets today!
*Event proceeds benefit Walking Mountains’ natural science and sustainability education programs.*

Unable to attend? You can still make a donation to support our programs by clicking here.

Event Co-Producers: Christine Ashburn & PJ Berg

Host Committee: Alix Berglund, Hans Berglund, Kristen Bertuglia, Fritz Bratschie, Maren Cerimele, Ann Darby, Nicky DeFord, Debbie King Ford, Shelly Jarnot, Ellen Moritz, Scott Robinson, Pete Scales, Terri Scales, Tammy Schiff, John Shipp, Gina Van Hekken, Tina Vardaman, Patty White, Kristin Williams & Andrew Zaback
Co-Presenting Sponsor

Click here to learn more!

Dusty Boot Roadhouse Eagle

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VailDaily
Pam Boyd
11/29/2016

Eagle will usher in the holiday season this weekend with its traditional Christmas on Broadway nighttime parade on Saturday. This year marks the celebration’s 27th anniversary.

“The community will come together for the parade starting at 5:30 p.m. on Broadway and then follow the parade to Eagle Town Park to see the live nativity, tell Santa their Christmas wishes, warm up by the bonfire while sipping on wassail and enjoy the sounds of the Harris and Lee Band until 8 p.m.,” said Michelle Friedman, of the Eagle Chamber of Commerce, the event organizer.

For kids headed to the festivities, here is a vital piece of information: Youngsters can nab a free bag of candy beginning at 5 p.m. at the Peppermint Station located next to the parade announcer stage downtown. Because of safety concerns, no candy will be distributed along the parade route.

The Eagle Community United Methodist Women will be selling their famed chicken noodle soup from a stand outside the Eagle Pharmacy to warm up parade watchers. The soup sale will begin at 5 p.m.
As a prelude to Christmas on Broadway, the second-annual WassailFest sponsored by Circle-A Auto Repair and the Dusty Boot Roadhouse begins mid-week.

Businesses located throughout Eagle will be participating, and an event kickoff is planned at the newly renovated Dusty Boot Roadhouse today, starting at 5:30 p.m. Rally goers will get their first taste of wassail, pick up their 12 Sips of Wassail cards, get a token for a free drink and check out the Dusty Boot remodel. Wassailers will hit the streets Thursday through Saturday to try different wassail recipes at participating business and get their cards punched. Wassailers will turn in their cards at the Dusty Boot Roadhouse by 4 p.m. Saturday to cast their vote for Eagle’s 2016 Wassail Meister. Everyone who completes a 12 Sips card can claim a commemorative mug and a free burger token from Dusty Boot Roadhouse.

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Dusty Boot Roadhouse Eagle

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Vail Daily
November 12, 2016

EAGLE — As the seasons start to transition into winter, Dusty Boot Roadhouse in Eagle will be undergoing its own transition. On Monday, the doors will reopen to a redesigned restaurant interior and menu.

“We are excited to present an even better experience than before,” said John Shipp, owner of Dusty Boot Roadhouse and Roadhouse Hospitality Group. “Every modification we made was to tailor the restaurant to the Eagle community that has been so welcoming.”

Opened in 2008 as The Dusty Boot, the restaurant will now be known as Dusty Boot Roadhouse. The furniture, as well as the look and feel of the restaurant, has been updated to match a new, modern design. The new menu will feature new burgers, appetizers, entrées and drinks that have become popular at other Roadhouse Hospitality Group Restaurants. Many of the local restaurant’s popular entrees and drinks and its long-established, friendly vibe will remain.

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