Bootdoctors is pleased to invite our holiday shoppers to our annual Noel Night celebration and sale December 5 ALL DAY at ALL our Telluride and Mountain Village stores.
Many locals have anxiously asked whether they will enjoy their annual favorite, Penelope’s “Schweddy Balls.” This very popular dish is a tribute to SNL 1998 famous Holiday skit with Alec Baldwin:
The answer is YES! We will have the “Schweddy Balls” at the Main Street store. A unique Holiday non-alcoholic punch of apple pumpkin cider with local ginger beer will be served.
HOLIDAY BALL THEMED DISCOUNTS:
We offer a Noel Night Bingo Ball game in which folks roll the basket to get a random discount from 10% up to 50% off ALL DAY at all 3 Bootdoctors’ stores, including Mountain Village, Oak street and Colorado Ave.
We know that your children are growing up way too fast so we offer a Kids’ Ski Boot Program that gets your kids under 13 years old in boots for 3 years for $325. (available at our Mountain Village store only.)
Give the gift of glide and edge: pre-paid Tune cards for 25% OFF (no additional Noel Night discounts apply).
Everyone has a chance to win fun prizes at the Annual Holiday Raffle at our Colorado Av store at 6 pm, including free Fat Bike & Nordic Demos plus other fun gifts.
WHATS IN STORE FOR NOEL NIGHT:
MOUNTAIN VILLAGE BOOTDOCTORS
OPEN 8AM to 6PM
In Mountain Village, we have a store chock full of new Winter gear, including skis, boots, snowboards, clothing, helmets, gloves, base layers, socks, boot heaters and all the accessories you need to fill stockings.
MAIN ST. BOOTDOCTORS
OPEN 9AM TO 8PM
At our “Main Street” store on Colorado ave, we have a huge assortment of Winter clothing, Nordic skis, boots and accessories PLUS our year-round bike store with the newest FAT bikes, and lots of bike accessories your bike enthusiast would love for Christmas or Hanukkah.
OAK STREET BOOTDOCTORS
OPEN 8AM TO 6PM
Noel Night discounts ALL DAY on ski and snowboard hard goods plus our world famous custom bootfitting and the very best tunes at our Oak street stores.
FROM CHEF PENELOPE:
“I started making Swedish Meatballs many years ago for Noel Night. The nutmeg and allspice make this a classic Christmas dish, which is great for a party. I noticed that the dish would barely last an hour as young hungry folks piled their plates with food. As a joke, I started calling them “Schweddy Balls.”
I figured that older folks might know the SNL reference but I have been delighted to find that many young people have seen the skit as SNL often re-runs it in their Holiday Hits. One Noel Night a group of 20-somethings could not stop laughing as they had just that day (totally coincidentally) been acting out the skit!
It brings me great joy to share delicious food and a good belly laugh with returning friends and new acquaintances. This is what Noel Night is all about: Telluride folks truly enjoying each other’s company while enjoying special discounts and feeling so grateful for our community.”
If you would like more information, call Penelope at 970-728-8009.
A FUNDRAISER FOR SAN MIGUEL COUNTY SEARCH & RESCUE
Saturday, December 1, 2018
The Telluride Premier of Teton Gravity Research Film
Doors Open @ 5:30pm Silent Auction
7:00pm Film Screening
Live Auction & Jollification To Follow
$10 Donation To SMSAR
This 3rd annual event is the biggest single fundraiser for San Miguel County Search and Rescue (SAR.) The goals are to start the Winter season with greater awareness of backcountry touring opportunities, challenges and safety protocols and to support SAR.
Combining fun with facts, the evening starts with socializing, bevs and food, a silent auction, and information tables on avalanche preparedness, Search and Rescue services, SAR cards and volunteer opportunities.
A screening of Teton Gravity Research’s latest film ODE TO MUIR is the central highlight. The evening culminates with a drawing of great prizes, including backcountry guided adventures, safety equipment for backcountry trekking and ski and snowboard gear. Fun ski and snowboard shorts round out the celebration of community and gratitude to our search and rescue volunteers.
Photo: San Miguel Search & Rescue
The event was 100% sold out in 2017. We raised funds for SAR from ticket sales, a percentage of High Pie food and beverage sales, direct donations and silent auction sales.
Through sponsorship, donations and underwriting by Bootdoctors, High Pie, Faction Skis, Mountain Trip, we were able to donate 100% of the proceeds to SAR.
San Miguel County Search and Rescue (SAR) is a volunteer based organization dedicated to saving lives and providing rescue services throughout the county. SAR covers approximately 1,200 square miles, ranging from high desert at an altitude of 5,000 feet to high alpine at an altitude in excess of 14,000 feet. SAR covers everything from lost hikers, technical rock rescues, helicopter extractions, and avalanche rescues.
Photo: Teton Gravity Research
By Colorado statute, the county sheriff directs and is responsible for all search and rescue activities. The San Miguel County Search and Rescue team has extensive training and skill sets involved in patient assessment and medical, high & low angle rescue, waterfall & ice rescue, avalanche rescue, swiftwater rescue, and high altitude diving.
Bootdoctors’ Events Planner, Bryce Young, felt such deep gratitude to SAR for their brave efforts to rescue many of our friends, athletes and visitors over the years that he wanted to give back.
“I realized that too many of our friends are losing their lives in avalanches and in the backcountry. We we need to, as a community, increase our awareness and preparedness for backcountry exploration. I want to emphasize the importance of making good decisions, being patient, and knowing where to get the information to be educated enough to make the right decision. I also saw the incredible time, energy and expertise that locals dedicated as SAR volunteers and wanted to celebrate them.”
Teton Gravity’s newest film, Ode To Muir, pairs professional snowboarder, adventurer and founder of Protect Our Winters Jeremy Jones with two-time Olympian Elena Hight as they embark on a 40-mile foot-powered expedition deep into California’s John Muir Wilderness. Their journey balances the challenges of winter camping, grueling climbs up the Sierra’s biggest mountains, and aesthetic first descents with personal reflections on the importance of the natural world and those who first traveled it generations ago, and sharing perspectives gleaned from what it truly means to explore a great American Wilderness.
Jeremy Jones has a guide to backcountry safety on his web site. Check it out by CLICKING HERE!
Bootdoctors continues to be the proud official MountainFilm store, the only place you can purchase this year’s MountainFilm clothing, packs and other goodies. Stop by our store at 213 W Colorado during the festival for all your festival needs plus a wide array of travel clothing.
Demo a new Yeti or Specialized bike for the ultimate festival experience. Beat the cue lines as you roll down the Telluride streets and trails in style.
Mountainfilm takes place in Telluride over Memorial Weekend, May 25 – May 28. Passes to the 2018 festival are selling out very fast., very few remain. To get your passes or for more information about Mountainfilm, visit here. Telluride author Susan Dalton captures Mountainfilm’s best memories in “Mountainfilm: 40 Years.”
Daily Snow Report to stay in the know. When Mother Nature hands you lemons, you make lemonade. Right now, there is no better to fine tune your skiing or snowboarding skills. Or, if you have any friends & family who’ve always wanted to learn, check out The Perfect Progression Package.
A blur of ponytails, colorful outerwear, and skis zoom across a steep, snow-covered slope. Shouts, whoops, and hollers fade as multiple groups of women crest over the hill and descend toward the chairlift. So many groups of female friends having fun together can only mean one thing: it’s International Women’s Ski and Snowboard Day.
Nearly 2 feet in 5 days and 15″ in 48 hours, offered incredible powder turns for our photo shoot with Wagner Custom Skis and Brett Schreckengost. Watch our snow report, http://tel.ski/snow, for terrain expansion updates.