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Monday - Friday  6:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 

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RVR Weekly News Updates

Lindsey Gurley will be instructing Stretch and Restore yoga every other Sunday in November. Read more >
With the holidays quickly approaching, we are merrily preparing numerous celebrations at the Ranch House. Please be sure to save the date(s) for these upcoming events! Read more >
Please note, The Integrative Yoga Workshop scheduled for Saturday, October 27th has been cancelled. We look forward to seeing everyone for the Qigong workshop with Cari Shurman on Sunday, October 28th at 5 p.m.  Read more >
Annual Holiday Party
Save the date for RVR's Annual Holiday Party on Saturday, December 8th at 5 p.m.
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Mountain Waste & Recycling and Sustainable Settings Ranch have teamed up to help the RVR community dispose of our summer garden refuse.  Read more >
Per section 3.26 in the Master Declaration , you must keep your landscaping attractive, and remove all dead brush and leaves.
Please do not rake or blow your leaves to the streetside easement or dispose of them in empty lots or common areas.
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Mount Sopris Martial Arts will be offering an introductory class for 7-10 year olds called Soo Bahk Do. Soo Bahk Do is a Traditional Korean Martial Art that focuses on self-defense and development of awareness.
RVR Resident, Dan Dixon, will be instructing this course. Dixon is a 5th Degree Black Belt and also holds a master level teaching certificate referred to as Sa Bom. He has been training in Soo Bahk Do for 22 years!
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Due to freezing temperatures at night resulting in wet courts during the day, the clay courts are now officially closed for the season. The courts will re-open in the spring of 2019.
Thank you for a great tennis season!
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In preparation for winter, the RVRMA Maintenance crew and contractors are diligently working on the irrigation blow-out process and landscaping winterization including: Read more >
Ski conditioning will get your legs, core, and arms ready to successfully hit the slopes. The exercises are broken down into beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, so you can adjust as needed. We will use weights, resistance bands, and body weight to condition your body, so you can make it down the mountain with less panting, no burning legs, and fewer breaks.  Read more >
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