As we transition from fall into the winter season I thought this would be good time to update our members on some important issues within Beaver Creek. As we continue to progress through the Covid-19 pandemic Beaver Creek has become a slightly different place with many new people moving into our safe environment, some property owners have chosen to stay here since the beginning of the year, while others have chosen not to visit at all in recent months. I will attempt to cover topics that might be of interest to all….


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Wildfires continue throughout Colorado. Colorado has experienced drought conditions and multiple fires continue to destroy huge acreage within the state. I have received several calls from property owners concerned about the readiness of Beaver Creek if fires developed inner area. Our fire district, Eagle County, the Forest service, the State patrol and several other government entities work hand in hand to maximize their readiness in case of wild fires but home owners are really on the front line of protecting our property within Beaver Creek. There are actions each of us can take to reduce the risk of fire to our homes and homesites.

1. Remove all dead trees and heavy brush on our property. There are many dead trees noticeable within our community. Evaluate the trees that are on your property to make sure that they have not overgrown to the point of being too close to your home. Many of the trees in our community are well over 35 years old and were small when planted but today some are over 40 feet tall and are far to close to buildings, decks and roof structures. 2. Have a free WILDFIRE ASSESSMENT completed of your property. Below is the information provided by Karl Bauer, Fire Chief of the Eagle River Fire District:

Eagle River Fire Department Wildfire Assessment

Due to the unusually dry conditions and high wildfire danger, now is the time to get your home assessed. The home ignition zone assessment will determine what needs to be done to lower your risk of a wildfire that could impact your home and community. Details of the report include overall risk of the area, location, home construction (roofing, venting, gaps in siding/garage doors, windows, decking, fencing) defensible space from base of home out to 100 feet (continuity of vegetation, proximity to the home, maintenance, slash, tree health, firewood piles), insurance, notifications, and community involvement. Due to Covid-19 concerns, homeowners do not have to be present for the inspection. A report will be sent to the homeowner when complete. Please contact Jeff Zechman, Wildland Mitigation Specialist for your free home ignition zone assessment at 970-471-2796 or jzechman@eagleriverfire.org.

Property owners can also contact Eric Lovgren from Eagle County at 970-328-8742 for a free assessment as well. You do not need to be home for either service; and you will receive a written report of findings for both of these free assessments. 

A New Snow Fence Regulation Within Beaver Creek

Up until recently there has never been a Snow Fence regulation and people were concerned on both sides of the issue so the Beaver Creek Resort Company and the DRB has created the following that becomes effective this fall.Addendum to 3.10 Fences and Dog Enclosures: Temporary and seasonal fencing for the purpose of protecting landscaping from snow damage, otherwise called snow fencing, must be approved by the Design Review seasonally:Snow fencing made of natural colored wood and wire may be staked inside an owner’s property line but may not encroach on the Metro District’s four – foot easement area next to the road, any other easements, or between properties; Snow fences may not be allowed if they become inharmonious with the natural landscape; Snow fences are allowed to be in place October 1 through May 1 only; Snow fences are temporary only. The Design Review fee for a snow fence application is set at $50.00

Beaver Creek Common Consumptions Area (CCA)

A new Common Consumption Area (CCA) has been established by the State of Colorado and Eagle County benefiting the Beaver Creek Village Core. Beaver Creek Resort has officially launched its CCA in Beaver Creek Village. The approved common consumption area is specifically the village core, and the village restaurants attached to the CCA are able to serve to-go alcohol, in branded cups, for guests to consume in Beaver Creek Village from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Guest (21+) must purchase a beverage from a CCA participating liquor-licensed establishment; carry-ins are not allowed. 

CCA participating liquor-licensed establishments include Alpine & Antlers, Beaver Creek Chophouse, Beaver Creek Club, Blue Moose, Cbar, Coyote Café. Dusty Boot Roadhouse, Golden Eagle Inn, Hooked, 8100 Mountainside Grill, Powder 8, Rimini, The Met Kitchen, Toscanini, and Vail Mountain Coffee and Tea. The CCA provides guests 21+ the ability to wander and discover, drink in-hand, while enjoying daily village entertainment. 

Beaver Creek Resort’s Opening Plans For 2020/21 Season

Vail Resorts announced the opening of the Beaver Creek ski season on November 25th. See links below for details. Please note that a new ski reservations system has been established due to Covid-19. Please read below for details:

Overview: https://www.beavercreek.com/explore-the-resort/about-the-resort/winter-experience.aspx

Letter from Rob Katz: https://www.epicpass.com/info/letter-to-our-pass-holders.aspx

Beaver Creek Resort Company

The Beaver Creek Resort Company provided the following statement when asked about their plans for the upcoming winter season: “The BCRC is still finalizing winter event plans and messaging right now. In a few weeks we will be able to offer better detail. As we continue to navigate various levels of guidance in place or being developed as a result of the pandemic at both state and local levels, BCRC will be finalizing winter plans”. Stay tuned for further communication from the resort company. 

Other news from the Resort Company…

COOKIE TIME IN THE VILLAGE: While we know Cookie Time holds a special place in our guests’ hearts as it brings us all together, by its very nature of bringing us all together, this makes it impossible to adequately allow for physical distancing. This season Beaver Creek Resort will be taking a pause and will not be hosting Cookie Time. This decision, and every decision regarding Beaver Creek Resort Company’s events for this season, was made with safety at the forefront. We look forward to resuming Cookie Time in subsequent seasons. 

Beaver Creek’s 40th Anniversary

Beaver Creek Resort Company is excited to launch a Village-Wide art installation to coincide with the 2020-2021 ski season and the 40th Anniversary of the resort. Beaver Creek Wonder will feature six large-scale pieces that celebrate the magic of winter and summer year-round. Each of these pieces is designed to create a sense of adventure and excitement in Beaver Creek Village. The first of these installations is in place on the South end of the ice rink, with towering Frost Flowers that will come alive with lights. The remaining five pieces will be installed in the coming weeks. We look forward to sharing this exciting project with homeowners and guests during the upcoming season. The Beaver Creek Resort Company provided the following statement when asked about their plans for the upcoming winter season: “The BCRC is still finalizing winter event plans and messaging right now. In a few weeks, we will be able to offer better detail. As we continue to navigate levels of guidance in place or being developed as a result of the pandemic at both state and local levels, BCRC will be finalizing winter plans”. Stay tuned for further communication from BCRC. 


Starting this November the VPAC is offering a Winter Film Series. Films include a curated selection of Teton Gravity Research ski films from over the years, and 2020’s ‘Make Believe.’ The series will culminate on December 28 & 29, with Metallica’s ‘S&M2’, featuring the legendary rock band accompanied by the San Francisco Symphony in 2019. Tickets are on sale now. 

THU // NOV 5 // 3PM & 8PM // Teton Gravity Research film: Deeper // $10
A new big mountain snowboard film featuring Jones with a handpicked group of elite riders including Jonaven Moore, Travis Rice and Xavier De Le Rue, who set out to conquer the best lines without the limited assistance of snowmobiles, helicopters or lifts.

THU // NOV 12 // 3PM & 8PM // Teton Gravity Research film: Further // $10
Explore some of the world’s most remote mountain terrain while continuing Jones’ mission to camp deep in the backcountry and on the summits of unridden lines to access nearly vertical spines and wide-open powder fields. Join Jeremy and his crew as they push their minds and bodies Further.

THU // NOV 19 // 3PM & 8PM // Teton Gravity Research film: Higher // $10
Trace Jones’ snowboarding journey from hiking Cape Cod’s Jailhouse Hill as a child to accumulating several generations’ worth of wisdom and expertise about thriving and surviving in the winter wilderness. Jones has gathered friends old and new to pass the torch to the next generation of big mountain rippers. 

THU // DEC 3 // 3PM & 8PM // Teton Gravity Research film: Far Out // $10
REI presents Far Out, a ski and snowboard film that embodies the imagination as much as it does a physical space. It is the quest to seek out undiscovered realms and inspire new waves of creativity, enlightenment, and progression. It is the quest to be blown away. Join the TGR crew on one of its boldest missions ever.

THU // DEC 17 // 3PM & 8PM // Teton Gravity Research film: Roadless // $10
In the winter of 2019, Bryan Iguchi teamed up with fellow snowboarders Jeremy Jones and Travis Rice to explore an untamed part of Wyoming on a 10-day human powered expedition.

TUE & WED // DEC 22 – 23 // 3PM & 8PM // Teton Gravity Research film: Make Believe // $20
“Inspiration is evoked spontaneously and without intention…” Sometimes it comes in the form of a photograph, a chance encounter on a chairlift, or a glimpse at a mountain never seen before. When combined with motivation, the spark of inspiration becomes a dream, and when pursued gives our lives a new purpose.

MON & TUE // DEC 28 – 29 // 8PM // S&M2: Metallica & San Francisco Symphony Film // $20
S&M2 is a landmark release in the Metallica catalogue, both sonically and visually. Produced by Greg Fidelman with James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, the S&M2 live album captures more than two and a half hours of Hetfield, Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo joining forces with the nearly 80-strong SF Symphony, legendary Music Director of the orchestra Michael Tilson Thomas, and conductor Edwin Outwater.

COMEDY & CONCERTS START BACK UP THIS DECEMBER:

SUN // DEC 27 // 6 PM & 9 PM // Comedian Jim Breuer Presents ‘The New Normal’ // $62

The Laughs are back! Named one of Comedy Central’s ‘Top 100 Stand-Ups of all time,’ Jim Breuer became a familiar name during his years on Saturday Night Live. Over the years, Jim has become somewhat of a radio and TV regular with hilarious appearances on the late-night show circuit and as a regular guest on notable satellite radio shows. Most recently, Jim’s family has served as his inspiration for finding humor in the day-to-day and draws laughs through sharing the tragedies and triumphs of growing older, life and loss, raising children and being a ‘marriage warrior.’ Expect a family-friendly and uplifting show – Jim’s goal is to heal through humor and to inspire others to ‘see the funny’ in daily life. Recommended for ages 13+ 

JANUARY 21, 22, 23 // 7PM // Leftover Salmon // $160

After more than 25 years, Colorado’s own Leftover Salmon remain a melting pot of bluegrass, Americana, and rock & roll. Over time, Leftover Salmon’s adventurous and quirky sound has evolved while staying true to the roots. Expect the unexpected when seeing this group live with spontaneous improvisation, bluegrass tendencies, zydeco and Cajun influences and non-traditional bluegrass covers

JANUARY 28, 29, 30 // 7PM // Keller Williams feat. special guests // $80
Legendary one-man-band and prolific collaborator, Keller Williams will play 3 unique shows from the VPAC stage, playing solo on Thursday, January 28, then collaborating on Friday, January 29th with Greg Garrison of Leftover Salmon, and on Saturday, January 30th forming a trio with Motet’s Garrett Sayers and Jeremy Salken of Big Gigantic. Self-taught, Keller Williams’ inventive and fascinating style involves performing with a variety of instruments, using a ‘loop station,’ and recording along the way, allowing him to play unaccompanied on stage while creating the sound of a full band. Williams is a skilled collaborator, known for quirky and upbeat tunes and a clever selection of eccentric song covers. 

BOX OFFICE HOURS AND INFORMATIONHours of Operation: 11am to 5pm, Monday through Friday, 11am to intermission on show days and two hours prior to a scheduled performance through intermission on Saturdays & Sundays.Contact Information:+ Lauren Gary, Box Office Manager: 970.748.6651 or lgary@vvf.org+ Tim Felton, Assistant Manager: 970.748.6645 or tfelton@vvf.org

COVID19 POLICIESWe’re Making Distancing Easy For You.  All upcoming events will be in collaboration with and implement Eagle County’s precautionary guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We will continue to prioritize the health of our patrons, artists, community and beyond during every event. In doing so we’ve adopted new limited and physically distanced seating, cleaning procedures and much more.
+ All events are Limited to 100 Guests maximum in theater allowing for 6’ ft. of distance by group
+ We’ve implemented enhanced Safety & Cleaning Procedures
+ We follow the 5 Community Commitments of Containment+ Read more about our COVID-19 Policy and Procedures HERE


We hope you find this information helpful and beneficial. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me, Lgraveel@comcast.net.

Best regards,

Larry Graveel

President BCPOA