07/08/2016
The Vail Recreation District is offering a cocktails and canvas workshop sponsored by the Vail Public Library and Alpine Arts Center on Thursday, July 14 at the Vail Recreation District Community Programming Room located on the second floor of the Lionshead parking structure. From 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., participants ages 16 and up can etch fun designs into two wine glasses
provided by the Vail Rec District. The $20 registration fee also includes appetizers, and a cash bar is available to those 21 and over. Participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and all participants must pay the participant fee. Space is limited and reservations are required by calling 970-479-2292 or emailing the community programming center at community@vailrec.com. Online registration is also available at www.vailrec.com.

Vail Recreation District's Community Programming also offers weekly art programs for those of all ages. On Mondays through Fridays, children's art will teach kids art techniques that are too messy or too tough to try and do at home. Materials are provided and drop-in fee is $5. The VRD also offers a Paint Your Own Pottery session to those of all ages on weekdays for a drop-in fee of $5 and pottery fees starting at $5. For more information on community programming workshops and classes,  or call 970-479-2292.
About the Vail Recreation District
The Vail Recreation District's mission is to offer diverse and exceptional recreation opportunities that enhance the physical, social and emotional well-being of all its residents and guests. The VRD aims to help Vail Valley residents and visitors pursue their recreational passions by providing the following outlets for competition in summer and winter via a running and a mountain bike race series, numerous tournaments and/or leagues for hockey, volleyball, lacrosse, softball, golf, tennis, soccer, flag football, broomball, figure skating and rugby; venues like Dobson Ice Arena, Vail Golf Club, Vail Nordic Center, Vail Gymnastics Center, Vail Nature Center, Vail Skatepark, Vail Tennis Center, Community Programming, Vail's Imagination Station and use of additional gyms, playing fields and the surrounding White River National Forest via collaboration with local entities; sports classes and camps for youth, adults and families; and opportunities to learn about and appreciate our Rocky Mountain environment through guided activities, classes and camps.
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