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September 2015
Here's the latest news and updates from Snowmass Village Parks, Recreation & Trails.

PROGRAM
After School Program
Kids are met by an instructor at the school bus stop, and escorted to Snowmass Village Recreation Center for an afternoon of fun right here in Snowmass! Learn More

Swimming Lessons
Fall lessons still available. Lessons consist of 8 progressive classes all designed to keep your children safe in and around the water. Level placement is key to your child's success in these programs, visit our website to Learn More.

Ski Conditioning
Get ready for the Winter Season. Look for Ski Conditioning to start in mid-October. Utilizing the latest training techniques and equipment and taught by our certified Personal Trainers. Dry land training is an essential part of an overall snow sports training program. Not only will it allow  you to perform at a superior level, it's an important preventative measure to protect joints and connective tissue from injury. This class will develop your muscular strength, explosive power, endurance, balance and flexibility.  Ski Conditioning is included with a membership!

Recreation Center
POSTR & CCP Plans
We are underway with both the Connectivity and (POSTR) Parks, Open Space, Trails, and Recreation Plans.  Public participation in these processes is going to be critical.  We will be holding our first public meetings in early October.  To learn more about these plans, please read more.

Memberships
Not sure if you can afford a membership at the Snowmass Village Recreation Center?  Think again!  We have a variety of passes available. If your current membership isn’t quite right for you, check out our other membership options.  Visit our website to Learn More

TRAIL
Rim Trail Improvement Project 
Our dearly loved Rim Trail has seen better days and is due for a much needed ‘face lift’. Plan to encounter our trail crew throughout the month of October. Learn More

Trail Signage

Our new trail signage project continues!  The TOSV Parks and Trails Crew will continue to install signs along our Natural Surface trails, before moving on to Trailhead Kiosks and then on to Paved Trails. Expect to continue to encounter the TOSV Trail Crew and machinery on trails throughout the rest of Summer/Fall.

#tosvtrails
Keep taking Trail Pics! Take a trail photo, upload it to instagram and tag it #tosvtrails to be entered into our summer photo contest.  The grand prize will go to the best trail photo chosen by the Parks, Recreation, and Trails Department.  Share to win the most “liked” photos qualify for additional prizes.

Noxious Weeds
The effort continues to eradicate noxious weeds, especially thistle, along our beloved trails. This summer’s extravagant amount of rain has not helped this effort. Patience please as we battle this issue.

CALENDAR
The 25th JAS Festival Is Almost Here: 
September 4th - 6th
Snowmass Recreation Center guests will still be able to access the facility via the roundabout.
Whether or not your weekend plans include the JAS Festival, residents and guests of the Village should be prepared for the JAS Festival and and the traffic impacts at Town Park and on Brush Creek Road. Learn More

Tough Mudder Returns to Snowmass Village:
September 12th - 13th
Approximately 9,000 athletes and spectators will be in Snowmass Village for Tough Mudder Colorado. The obstacle course utilizes several town roadways, easements, and trails, resulting in several short-term community impacts such as traffic delays, limited parking, and trail closures. Learn More
Snowmass Recreation Center guests - will still be able to access the facility via the roundabout.
Trail users - Trails used as part of Race route will be closed to biking Saturday, September 12th from 7am-5pm and Sunday, September 13th from 7am-12pm. 
Trails used by the Tough Mudder Race Route:  Brush Creek Trail, Owl Creek Trail, Wood Bridge Pedestrian Trail, Tom Blake Ridge, Starks Powerline, Village Bound, Campground Connector, Vista Trail, Sleigh Ride, and Ditch Trail.

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September 2015

Here's the latest news and updates from Snowmass Village Parks, Recreation & Trails.

After School Program

Kids are met by an instructor at the school bus stop, and escorted to Snowmass Village Recreation Center for an afternoon of fun right here in Snowmass! Learn More [http://www.snowmassrecreation.com/253/After-School-Programs]


Swimming Lessons

Fall lessons still available. Lessons consist of 8 progressive classes all designed to keep your children safe in and around the water. Level placement is key to your child's success in these programs, visit our website to Learn More. [http://www.snowmassrecreation.com/166/Group-Swim-Lessons]


Ski Conditioning

Get ready for the Winter Season. Look for Ski Conditioning to start in mid-October. Utilizing the latest training techniques and equipment and taught by our certified Personal Trainers. Dry land training is an essential part of an overall snow sports training program. Not only will it allow you to perform at a superior level, it's an important preventative measure to protect joints and connective tissue from injury. This class will develop your muscular strength, explosive power, endurance, balance and flexibility. Ski Conditioning is included with a membership!

POSTR & CCP Plans

We are underway with both the Connectivity and (POSTR) Parks, Open Space, Trails, and Recreation Plans. Public participation in these processes is going to be critical. We will be holding our first public meetings in early October. To learn more about these plans, please read more. [http://www.snowmassrecreation.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=18]


Memberships

Not sure if you can afford a membership at the Snowmass Village Recreation Center? Think again! We have a variety of passes available. If your current membership isn’t quite right for you, check out our other membership options. Visit our website to Learn More [https://registerc.parksreconline.com/wbwsc/snowmass.wsc/wbsearch.html?wbsi=f0bb5a6b-2bfe-20b8-e511-0b37155131d2&xxmod=pm] .


Rim Trail Improvement Project

Our dearly loved Rim Trail has seen better days and is due for a much needed ‘face lift’. Plan to encounter our trail crew throughout the month of October. Learn More [http://www.snowmassrecreation.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=14]


Trail Signage

Our new trail signage project continues! The TOSV Parks and Trails Crew will continue to install signs along our Natural Surface trails, before moving on to Trailhead Kiosks and then on to Paved Trails. Expect to continue to encounter the TOSV Trail Crew and machinery on trails throughout the rest of Summer/Fall.


#tosvtrails

Keep taking Trail Pics! Take a trail photo, upload it to instagram and tag it #tosvtrails to be entered into our summer photo contest. The grand prize will go to the best trail photo chosen by the Parks, Recreation, and Trails Department. Share to win the most “liked” photos qualify for additional prizes.

Noxious Weeds

The effort continues to eradicate noxious weeds, especially thistle, along our beloved trails. This summer’s extravagant amount of rain has not helped this effort. Patience please as we battle this issue.

The 25th JAS Festival Is Almost Here:

September 4th - 6th

Snowmass Recreation Center guests will still be able to access the facility via the roundabout.

Whether or not your weekend plans include the JAS Festival, residents and guests of the Village should be prepared for the JAS Festival and and the traffic impacts at Town Park and on Brush Creek Road. Learn More [http://www.tosv.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=346]

Tough Mudder Returns to Snowmass Village:

September 12th - 13th

Approximately 9,000 athletes and spectators will be in Snowmass Village for Tough Mudder Colorado. The obstacle course utilizes several town roadways, easements, and trails, resulting in several short-term community impacts such as traffic delays, limited parking, and trail closures. Learn More [http://tosv.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=345]

Snowmass Recreation Center guests - will still be able to access the facility via the roundabout.

Trail users - Trails used as part of Race route will be closed to biking Saturday, September 12th from 7am-5pm and Sunday, September 13th from 7am-12pm.

Trails used by the Tough Mudder Race Route: Brush Creek Trail, Owl Creek Trail, Wood Bridge Pedestrian Trail, Tom Blake Ridge, Starks Powerline, Village Bound, Campground Connector, Vista Trail, Sleigh Ride, and Ditch Trail.


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2835 Brush Creek Road | 970.922.2240 | snowmassrecreation.com

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