National Ability Center’s Annual Red, White, and Snow Festival Goes Virtual

Park City, Utah. – The National Ability Center (NAC), known for adaptive recreation and outdoor adventuring for those with altered abilities, will host its 17th annual Red, White, and Snow fundraising festival both virtually and in-person March 4-6.

Meeche White, co-founder of the National Ability Center, said, “Given current circumstances this year, the support of our community means exceptionally more, and we are truly grateful. While it was necessary to revise our traditional event lineup, it was imperative for us to maintain the event’s meaning and purpose.”

The funds raised through the Red, White, and Snow Wine and Food Festival help support, develop and implement adaptive programs such as skiing and snowboarding, equestrianism, cycling, and rafting.

Thursday, March 4 kicks off the weekend with a virtual wine-tasting event. Participants will receive samples from three wineries and be guided through the tasting by vintners or winery owners. Register online here.

Friday brings local chefs to showcase their talents in selected Park City private homes. The Vintner Dinners will be hosted both in-person and online. Register online.

The culmination of the festival on Saturday is the Virtual Gala Auction. The suggested donation is $1,000 and will provide donors a secure private link to the live auction. Make donations and register online.

Vail EpicPromise and NuView Life Sciences are sponsoring the fundraising event. Honorary team members this year are Master of Ceremonies Claire Wiley, chef Matthew Safranek of The Spur Bar & Grill, and hosts Hans and Sally Fuegi.

All in-person events will adhere to regional and state-mandated protocols, including the requirement of masks and social distancing.

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