Every registration helps enhance and expand programs for individuals of all abilities at the National Ability Center
PARK CITY, Utah — Red, White & Snow is a celebration that melds the world of fine wine, exquisite culinary experiences — and skiing! — all for a noble cause.
This three-day event, running from March 7-9, supports the National Ability Center, empowering individuals of all abilities.
For two decades, Red, White & Snow has been the cornerstone event for the National Ability Center, providing funding to expand and improve its programs. These include health and wellness retreats for U.S. service members, winter sports, and equestrian programs, designed to build self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills. The event has grown immensely and now attracts guests, sponsors, vintners, chefs, and skiers from across the nation.
The festivities kick off on Thursday, March 7, with the “Uncorked” event at the Stein Eriksen Lodge, offering an intimate tasting experience with top vintners. “Wine on the Mountain” is on Friday at St. Regis Deer Valley, where guests can drink up mountain views and fine wine, followed by exclusive vintner dinners held across various venues in Park City and Salt Lake City.
Saturday, March 9, is the Gala Auction and Dinner at the Montage Deer Valley, a black-tie event that not only showcases the culinary talents of guest chefs paired with world-class wines but also features live and silent auctions. Like any good event, the evening concludes with an After Party.
In terms of registration, there are a range of packages available, including the opportunity drawing for a Galápagos Expedition aboard the National Geographic Endeavour II, various levels of access to the Uncorked event, Wine on the Mountain, and Gala Individual Admission.
For more information on event schedules, registration, and how to get involved, visit the official Red, White & Snow website.
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