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846 Forest Road Vail, Colorado 81657
The Vail Valley Foundation is a non-profit responsible for enhancing and sustaining the Vail Valley through arts, athletics and education programs. To understand our mission, come participate in our community. Visit the “arts,” “athletics” and “education” areas of this site to learn more about the best-in-class events, programs and projects we host, and come see for yourself how our mission is realized beyond the events we host, to the impact we have on this community. With the support and passion of our partners, we consider it a great privilege to bring the world to the Vail Valley and the Vail Valley to the world. Inspiring Lives. Enriching Communities. To enhance and sustain the spirit of the Vail Valley by providing leadership in athletic, cultural and educational endeavors.
90 Benchmark Road, Avon, CO 81620 Suite 300
The Town of Vail Public Library offers access to information resources of many types to serve the needs of Vail’s guests, residents, businesses and schools. The library holdings include over 52,000 fiction, non-fiction, visual media, and audio books and more than 300 magazine subscriptions and newspapers in print or electronic format.
292 W. Meadow Drive Vail, CO 81657
Perpetuating jazz with a focus on young musicians and young audiences. The History of Vail Jazz: Howard Stone is a life-long jazz fan, a retired real estate attorney and investor based in Santa Monica California, who has had a second home in Vail Colorado for over 30 years. Stone loves jazz as much as he loves the Colorado lifestyle – and the Vail Jazz Foundation blossomed when he brought together these two passions. Stone had attended numerous “Jazz Parties” in Colorado through the years. Visit http://www.vailjazz.org/contact/about/ to continue learning about the history of Vail Jazz.
Affordable, thought-provoking and diverse programs for all. The Vail Symposium is a grassroots, non-profit organization that has been part of the life and history of Vail since 1971. Our mission is to provide educational programs for the Vail Valley community that are thought-provoking, diverse and affordable. A (501)(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Symposium is almost entirely donor-funded.
40780 US Highway 6 & 24, Ste. 203, Avon Co 81620