REGISTRATION OPENS THURSDAY, JANUARY 6
ABOUT THE EVENT
RED, WHITE & SNOW
Red, White and Snow is a three day celebration to benefit the National Ability Center and features vintners and top chefs from across the nation. The event offers guests, sponsors, vintners chefs and skiers a unique opportunity to blend Park City’s passions through a menu of weekend events, including; wine tastings, private vintner dinners, ski days at three resorts, live and silent auctions, and black tie gala dinner.
All proceeds from Red, White and Snow will be used to help improve and expand programs at the National Ability Center. Events like Red, White and Snow allow the National Ability Center to provide a variety of year-round activities, including health and wellness retreats for U.S. service members, winter sports and equestrian programs.
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NATIONAL ABILITY CENTER
The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs.
As a global leader, the National Ability Center provides more than a dozen adaptive recreational programs specifically designed for participants with varied limitations and supported within a nationally-recognized and fully-accessible facility. We are committed to meeting the current and emerging needs of our local community, state and nation.
Founded in 1985, The National Ability Center is a non-profit, tax exempt organization that has united around a collective vision to inspire individual achievement and create a global impact for people of all abilities. A fundamental aspiration of the National Ability Center is to provide high-quality, inclusive programs to individuals and families of all abilities and backgrounds, including those in need. Thanks to the generous support of individual donors, private and corporate grands and our community, we have successfully provided scholarships to 100% of those who made a request and continue to keep program fees affordable.
Visit us online to find out more: www.discovernac.org