The three-day Red White, & Snow festival, which will raise funds for programming and services for the NAC, starts on Thursday, March 7 and continues through Saturday, March 9 at multiple venues throughout Park City, Utah and surrounding areas. Showcasing a variety of highly lauded events, Red, White & Snow boasts four main affairs and connects attendees with winemakers, vineyard owners and local and nationally renowned chefs.
On Thursday, March 7, ‘Uncorked’ is presented by Adobe at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. New this year to the Uncorked agenda is a Fisher Sibling Rivalry taste, where the Fisher siblings will serve attendees a variety of their favorite blends. The winery business, Fisher Vineyards, is partnering with the NAC for this event.
Friday, March 8 begins with an ’80s retro-themed, wine-filled aprés ski party at Wine on the Mountain at St. Regis Deer Valley beginning at 12:30 p.m. Friday evening’s Vintner Dinners presented by Mogul Financial Group UBS welcomes attendees into private homes throughout the Park City area as vintners and chefs curate specialty dishes paired with exquisite wines, where NAC participants and volunteers will share how the organization has impacted their lives.
Finally, Saturday’s black-tie Gala Dinner and Auction presented by Yext conclude the events. Held at the Montage Deer Valley starting at 5:00 p.m., actor and NAC supporter, Scott Wolf hosts the evening that includes sommeliers’ top wine selections and flavorsome cuisines as well as an opportunity for vintners to intermingle with attendees at each table and offer education on the wine options. The After Party officially closes the Red, White & Snow events out with lively dancing, craft cocktails and tasty desserts in the Montage Deer Valley.
The NAC is always looking for volunteers for our events and year-round programs. To sign up to be a volunteer visit, redwhiteandsnow.org or email email@example.com to inquire about current opportunities, needs and trainings.
To sign up for one of our programs or volunteer visit, discovernac.org.
About the NAC
The National Ability Center provides world-class adaptive recreation and outdoor adventures for individuals and families of differing abilities, physical, cognitive and developmental, including competitive athletes, youth, veterans and more.
The NAC offers programs 365 days a year. Everything from snowboarding, skiing, rafting, rock climbing, cycling, water sports, equestrian and more.