This year is already flying by! They say March is the start of spring and that springtime is the land awakening. Are you ready to see the snow melt and the sounds and signs of spring here in Vail? Hard to believe a whole year has gone by since the restrictions COVID 19 began, and our new normal started. As this year moves forward I hope those events we didn’t get to attend last year slowly start to come back, even if it’s just virtually. Here are some great local events happening in March I have highlighted in my Vail Valley Area Community Insider.
COVID-19 Restrictions Slowly Lifting
Eagle County is moving from orange to yellow in Colorado’s COVID-19 dial, which is amazing. But, local public health officials are pointing out that it’s important to continue following guidelines. We don’t want to get too complacent as this could mean moving back up to level orange. Yellow means certain guidelines are less restrictive, like restaurants can move to 50% capacity and parents can attend sporting contests. However, it’s vital to remain vigilant, continue wearing masks and being careful with social interactions. If we can all continue doing this as a community, we can hopefully move forward into the blue levels going into the spring.
Vail Valley Works
Community Leadership Academy is for individuals looking to enhance their leadership capabilities and connect with like-minded professionals in Eagle County. They have intended this program to help participants develop strong values-based leadership skills, create a broad network of confidants, as well as build trust and consistency! Who would benefit from this program? Leaders looking to build higher levels of engagement within their profession, or locals looking to strengthen their network with others in our community. Is this something that you can benefit from professionally or even personally? Be sure to inquire about this local event. Click here for pricing and more information.
Gather ‘Round Week
Earlier this year in February an avalanche near Silverton took the lives of several Eagle residents. One of them being Andy Jessen, brewery owner of Bonfire Brewery. Not long after, Cameron Douglas, who owns Vail’s Montauk and El Segundo restaurants wanted to find a way to help the families. Gather ‘Round Week has been organized for the first week of March, set from March 1st to the 7th. During this week a part of the proceeds from the sale of every Bonfire beer are going to aid those families.
Sweet Basil and Mountain Standard in Vail are in. So are the Blue Moose Pizza locations in Vail and Beaver Creek. Beaver Creek’s Dusty Boot and Met restaurants are participating, as are the Minturn Saloon and the Grand Hyatt Vail. If you would like to support the community and these families, this is a great week to visit some of these locations and buy some Bonfire beer.
Nonprofit Learning Series
Now more than ever nonprofits need our help! With local fundraisers and events being canceled due to the effects of COVID 19 these programs have been struggling. They are hoping to help teach how to reach out to people via social media, videos, and branding. Ben Dobb will be presenting this event via zoom on March 11 from 11:00 am till 1:00 pm. To register for this event click here!
How Can I Help?
I hope you are able to attend one or more of these fantastic events happening in the month of March, and to see you on the Vail Rotary call. Please reach out to me! I want to provide my clients with interesting and up-to-date information so they can make informed decisions. If you think that my expertise and positive attitude might be of service to you don’t hesitate to reach out and contact me.
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