Dreamchasers is proud to be a sponsor of the 2nd Annual Teton Valley Great Snowfest happening this weekend! This celebration provides us with another wonderful opportunity to enjoy the beauty and diversity of Teton Valley. There are several events for all ages and interests from snowshoe/running races to fat bike races; snow sculpting activities to snow sculpture viewing; snow kite demos to luge demos, and so much more. Saturday presents an evening of dancing, awards and style at the Snow Ball. Childcare for the Snow Ball will be offered at the Dreamchasers facility from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm for children ages 2 - 11. The cost is $5 per hour/per child, and a multi-child discount will be offered for families of 2 or more at $4 per hour/per child. Dinner will not be provided so please feed your child(ren) prior to dropping them off. Snacks and drinks are welcome if the snacks do not make an excessive mess and the drink has some sort of lid. Also, if your child is sick, please be respectful of the health of others and keep them at home.
For a complete schedule of these events visit www.GreatSnowFest.com.
Lisa and Jay
STORE & FITNESS CLASS NEWS
BARRE CLASSES: We are working on the final details for Barre fitness. Stay tuned for class times.
ZUMBA UPDATESWEDNESDAY EVENING ZUMBA: Child care is now available for 4:30 pm Zumba.
SATURDAY MORNING ZUMBA: Zumba is now offered at 9:00 am on Saturday mornings in the Yoga room. Due to this schedule change, 10:00 am Zumba will no longer be available.
ITEM OF THE WEEK:
The Brooks Balaclava is sure to become your most indispensable cold-weather accessory. Versatile enough to wear 3 ways: cover your head and lower face, head and neck, or just around your neck.
ISAGENIX: We now carry a wide variety of Isagenix nutrition products, including protein shakes which contain 24 g of whey protein per serving, and Want More Energy with a premium blend of B vitamins great for energy and recovery. Come into the store to view our selection and/or to receive additional information on this great product line!
HOCKEY GEAR: Hockey season is here and Dreamchasers has your gear! We carry hockey tape, sticks, skates, suspenders, cages and accessories, socks and more for kids and adults.
IN STORE SPECIALS:
Select Brooks Shoes - 50% OFF
Brooks Summer Collection Clothing - 50% OFF
Altra Instinct and Intuition Shoes - 50% OFF
Nuu Muu Dresses - 45% OFF
All Race Shirts - $2.00
LOCAL RACES AND EVENTS
2013 WINTER RACING SERIES - Teton Springs Resort
Saturday, January 19th
Saturday, February 16th
Saturday, March 16th
5K OR 10K COURSE-ENTER ALL 3 TO RECEIVE A DISCOUNT AND HAVE A CHANCE TO BE THE TRIPLE CROWN WINNER!
All race mediums are allowed! Pick your race.
or contact Julie Bryan for more details: email@example.com
Sunday, September 22nd - Jackson Hole Marathon Events
Saturday, July 20th
2013 RUNNING EVENTS
- Tin Cup Challenge
Saturday, August 31st
- Grand Targhee Races
Saturday - Sunday, October 5th - 6th - Yellowstone-Teton Endurance Races
Sunday December 8th - Tucson Marathon Events
Visit www.dreamchaserevents.com/Races for additional details. Race registration for all events is open!
Visit www.dreamchaserevents.com/Camps/Schedule for additional details and to register for this event.
2013 FALL TRAINING CAMP
Saturday September 28th - Wednesday October 3rd
Whether you're just starting to run or are an experienced ultrarunner, you'll get the guidance and advice to help you achieve your goals. Learn from the experience of four of the most accomplished ultrarunners in the world: Lisa Smith-Batchen, Marshall Ulrich, Ray Zahab and Julie Bryan. All registrants also receive free entry into the 2013 Yellowstone-Teton Endurance Races.
WEEKLY FITNESS TIP
This excerpt was taken from the December 2012 issue of Dreamchasers National Newsletter and was written by Julie Bryan
You can bike and run all winter long in Teton Valley. The sport of "snow biking" is growing in participation quickly!
Snow Bikes or "Fat Bikes" are defined as bikes with 3.7 inch or wider tires, the purpose of which is floatation on soft surfaces. The bikes work well on snow machine trails or in groomed cross country skiing areas, on the same track where you see skate skiing. Just make sure it is okay to ride on the skate track first! Most riders use regular or "flat" pedals so that they can use a warmer boot rather than biking shoes. Running is amazing in those same areas as well. You may elect to wear snowshoes or Yaktrax. In areas with a compressed snow trail where you have little fear of sinking, a running shoe with a soft and aggressive tread may be all you need. Check out our store for a wide selection of great running shoes, snowshoes and Yaktrax.
RECIPE OF THE WEEK
This week's recipe is brought to you by Cosmic Apple Gardens, a certified organic farm located in the heart of Teton Valley, Idaho. Cosmic Apple Gardens offers a community supported agriculture program. For additional information visit the Cosmic Apple Gardens website at:
Mexican Carrot Chile Cilantro Soup
4 -5 carrots, washed and sliced
1 large potato, peeled and chopped
1 large onion, chopped
1 chili pepper, de-seeded and minced
3-4 cloves crushed garlic
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
5-6 cups chicken or vegetable stock
salt, black pepper and a few dashes of cumin, to taste
1/2 bunch cilantro, washed and chopped
In a large pot over medium heat, saute the onion, garlic, chile, potato and carrot in the olive oil til tender. Add half the cilantro, seasonings, and stir. Saute another 5-6 minutes, then add the stock, heat to boiling, reduce to a simmer, cover and cook 45 minutes.
Remove from heat to allow to cool a bit. In a food processor or blender in batches, or with a hand blender right in the pot, puree the soup til smooth and creamy. You may add up to a cup of milk during this process, if you like.
Taste and adjust seasonings, return to heat and cook, stirring, til heated through, but not boiling. Garnish with cilantro to serve.
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