On July 11 – 14, 2019 at Keystone Resort, endocrinologists/diabetes specialists, internists, pediatricians, family physicians, physician assistants, medical residents and fellows, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians, social workers, and certified diabetes educators, as well as any others who may provide care for patients with diabetes will come together to the annual ATDC diabetes conference.
The conference will explore day to day obstacles in the management of diabetes and practical ways to overcome those hurdles. Discussions and diabetes dialog will also include healthcare costs, adjunctive therapies, therapy types, and much more. The conference is hosted by the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes in conjunction with the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine.
Conference attendees are invited to book discounted lodging with SummitCove Lodging at Keystone. Discounted rates in the Conference Center Village begin at just $99 per night, including all taxes and fees at a studio condo and $134 per night for a one bedroom condo in Lakeside Village at Keystone, near the Keystone Resort Lodge and Spa and Conference center.
Book online with SummitCove Lodging using the discount promo code ‘ATDC‘ to receive your special conference center lodging discount. If you have questions, please call one of our vacation planners at (970) 368-7023.
Wine Seminars at River Run at Keystone: Tasty and Educational! The Wine and Jazz Festival at Keystone Resort this weekend features a multitude of seminars on a variety of topics. Check out the descriptions below to see if there are any you might be interested in attending, they all sound great! All seminars are $20 to attend and take place at Warren Station in River Run in Keystone.
Topic: 75 BELOW IN JULY Saturday, July 14 // 12pm Frank C. Seidl, Advanced Sommelier, CMS General Sales Manager, Trinity Fine Wines
An enjoyable and informative foray into the wide world of “Meritage” wines. What is a Meritage wine? How did they get this strange name? Where do they come from? Why are they expensive? What do they taste like? How are they related to the great wines of Bordeaux? All will be revealed – and tasted – during this entertaining session.
Topic: COME OUT OF THE DARK AND SEE YOUR WAY TO OUR BLIND TASTING SEMINAR Saturday, July 14 // 3pm Scott Thomas, Wine Specialist Republic National Dist Company
Join us in learning more about the fine art of blind tasting wine. This interactive seminar will explore key components of common varietals and learn how to deduce the difference between old world and new world wines taking in account the varietal characteristics. Hosts will guide you through the steps and philosophy behind blind tasting and allow the opportunity to practice for yourself. This is a great seminar to increase your wine knowledge and improve your sensory skills.
Topic: BUBBLES EVERYDAY ON ANY BUDGET Sunday, July 15 // 11am Diane Kressley, General Sales Manager – Grand Vin
Bubbles shall no longer be limited to just those special celebrations, holidays, or weekend brunches…You can find the perfect bottle of “bubbly” to suit every occasion and every budget, big and small! Once considered to be reserved solely for the rich and royal, we will uncover the mystery of Champagne and Sparkling Wines to tempt and tantalize even the most amateur of taste buds. Discover how wine making techniques, grape varietals, and the region where the grapes are grown affects the price of every special bottle. Whether your bubbles preference is sweet or dry, foreign or domestic, you will learn how to find some of the best values on the market, as well as learn what to look for when splurging for that special occasion.
Topic: JELLY BELLY WINE BAR EXPERIENCE Sunday, July 15 // 2pm Ashley Rowe, Luxury Wine Specialist, Constellation Wines, U.S.
Belly up to the wine bar with Jelly Belly jelly beans. Demystify your palette with the tasty sensations of six different wines paired with dozens of jelly beans. Looking for what flavors you find in Zinfandel? How about a couple of raspberry jellybeans, a black cherry, and mocha? Perhaps you’re looking for the flavors that best compliment a Chardonnay? Maybe add a pear, a pineapple, some green apple.
Keystone Resort will host theVolcom Peanut Butter and Rail Jam on Saturday, March 31st. This event is free, and run on a first-come, first-serve basis. There will be prizes, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches! All participants will receive a free Volcom PBRJ shirt and other event items.
The free amateur snowboard contest series is just a little bit different than your average snowboard contest. Instead of having rails or features that are set up in a row, three rails are dug in side by side to create a single large rail zone.
If you are looking for some extra entertainment after the PB and Rail Jam, the last show of the March Concert Series at Warren Station will take place at 8 pm on the 31st. 40 Oz. to Freedom, a Sublime Tribute Band will perform an energetic show. 40 Oz. to Freedom was awarded with the Best Tribute at the 2010 San Diego Music Awards. Cost is $12 at the door, and tickets are also available in advance online.
There’s still plenty of time to enjoy great skiing and riding and awesome Keystone events. SummitCove is proud to be your Keystone lodging provider!
Funkiphino has been described as Colorado’s “12 piece funk sensation” with their fun, upbeat tunes. In 2004 the band released their debut CD “Lovin’ Life” and followed with 2 additional albums. Their most recent album, titled ‘Live Coverage’ was recorded live in January of 2009 at the historic Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colorado. Their high-energy funk sound is a combination of explosive horns, a Hammond organ and thumping bass with amazing vocals. They have been voted Best Funk Band by Westword Magazine and were chosen to play at the 55th Presidential Inauguration in Washington D.C.
Catch the band for 2 live nights of music at Keystone Resort this Holiday Weekend at the Snake River Saloon on Friday February 17 and Saturday February 18. Admission to the show is just $10 both evenings in the bar section of the restaurant and shows typically start around 9pm. It’s THE place to be in Keystone this weekend for live music and dancing!
January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month! This means great opportunities for savings for literally anyone to sharpen their skills or take up a brand new winter sport! There are 2 programs beginning in Summit County in January that may help you to get started. Keystone Resort is offering 3 of it’s popular Betty Fest weekends for 2012 starting on January 14th. This is a great program for women of all levels and abilities to sharpen their skills! Just minutes from Keystone; Arapahoe Basin is offering a Super Sunday special for first timers needing lessons!
Betty Fest at Keystone Resort
Betty Fest is a two-day ski improvement workshop taught by Keystone’s top female PSIA Certified instructors. It includes on mountain coaching, video analysis and lunch. Groups are small and supportive, and instruction addresses the unique needs of women skiers. Come and enjoy a weekend of skill and confidence building in a relaxed, non-intimidating environment! The first Betty Fest weekend takes place from January 14-15th.
INTRO TO BETTY: 1 day workshop on Saturdays of Betty Fest for NOVICE skiers who need help getting off the Bunny Hill or down a green run without fear. Price: $150
New Student Price: Covers both days, but does not include lift tickets Price: $245
Alumni and College Students Price: Covers both days, but does not include lift tickets Price: $225
Home Owners: Covers both days, but does not include lift tickets Price: $225
Lift Ticket: Special rate – $78 two-day lift ticket available to participants
Super Sunday Lessons at Arapahoe Basin
Arapahoe Basin Snowsports School will be offering Super Sundays specials for just $75 for first timers. This is a half-day group lesson, and will be offered on the following dates:
January 8, 2012
January 22, 2012
January 29, 2012
Call 888-459-0197 to reach Arapahoe Basin for further details and questions about the Super Sundays program.
Feeling inspired? Contact a SummitCove vacation planner today to get started on finding your Keystone lodging when you head up for lessons and workshops in January 2012!
If you are heading to Keystone Resort, and looking for additional fun family activities, you might want to consider tubing at the Frisco Adventure Park. The planned opening date for the Frisco tubing hill is Thanksgiving Day. Below, you will find the tubing hill’s hours of operation and contact information to plan your tubing adventure. Reservations are highly recommended!
Regular Season: Monday, Thursday & Friday 11:00am – 6:00pm -Closed for grooming 3:00-3:45 -1 hour sessions start every 15 minutes -Last session starts at 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 11:00am – 8:00pm -Closed for grooming 4:00-4:45 -1 hour sessions start every 15 minutes -Last session starts at 7:00pm
Extended hours Nov. 24-27, Dec. 17-Jan. 2, Mar. 10-25 Open 7 Days a Week 10:00am – 8:00pm -Closed for grooming 4:00-4:45 -1 hour sessions start every 15 minutes -Last session starts at 7:00pm
Reservations are recommended. You can call 970-668-2558 or go online to schedule your adventure.
Ready to make plans for your trip to Keystone? Contact a SummitCove vacation planner today to reserve a Keystone Resort property for your family ski vacation!
Keystone Ski Resort has already reported over 111 inches of snow so far this season! Even though Denver is still seeing beautiful, warm days, Keystone Colorado has been getting pounded with snow storm after storm! Every day seems to be a powder day!
Keystone has even expanded their night skiing hours over the Holidays- they are open every night til 8 until January 1st, so you can make the most of all of this snow. The powder is fresh and SummitCove.com is offering some AMAZING deals on condos. Book yours today, beat the I-70 traffic and stay the night.. or the weekend in Keystone! Give us a call for the best deal out there!
If you are looking to come up to Keystone before the Thanksgiving Holiday you will want to be part of the fun. The action will be in Keystone’s River Run Village and the resort will be offering some fun and different experiences including a Keystone Resort throwback map and some other nostalgic behavior.
We don’t know if they will be rolling out any super old wooden skis for a chance of skiing the best resort in Colorado on old straight woodies but we might be able to rock out some 70’s ski gear and help Keystone Resort turn 40 and celebrate 40 Years of Greatness.