Get ready to learn all the tricks of the 1940’s salon trade:)  With a  very special guest host TBA! Workshop will cover: Victory Rolls Finger Waves Bumper Bangs and More! And Vintage Make Up Tricks

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Coming in from out of town and want to enjoy a whole weekend of celebrating the 40’s?  Check out our weekender schedule below! Official Hotel: TBA Friday June 17th Dinner/Social at the hotel with Swing dance lessons and live Swing orchestra to get you ready for the big night! 10 pm Vintage themed movie and…

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Roy Rogers or The King of Cowboys was a stage, radio, screen, music, and television icon throughout the 1930’s, ‘40’s, and ‘50’s. Having appeared in over 100 films often alongside his wife Dale Evans, he was the most popular western star of his era as before he was a television and movie star, Rogers also had an extremely popular show…

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Looking at fashion throughout the decades each period of time has become known for something fashion wise. The 1940s were a different time however, with World War II raging on 2 fronts, supplies in the United States by all accounts were dwindling or already gone. This not only pertained to direct military equipment, but also…

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Ladies get your rollers cookin’ and irons hot; it’s time for some 1940’s style tips! As we draw closer to our big night in June, preparing beforehand to get these vintage styles will ensure that everything will come together tip top the night of! We’re going to start with the ladies and hopefully you’ll find…

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Los Angeles in the 1940’s immediately makes one think about the smell of cigar and pipe smoke in the lobby of the Roosevelt Hotel. You glance over and see Spencer Tracy with his main squeeze Katherine Hepburn sitting down for a drink after a long day of production. You may notice movie stars coming and…

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The 10th Mountain Division here in Colorado have always been spoken about with high reverence and respect due to their impact on not only mountain warfare, but also the impact of the Mountain Division soldiers who returned home here to Colorado. The Gore Range around Vail was home to Camp Hale, training grounds of the…

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Benny Goodman, or the King of Swing as he was known by friends and musicians and alike, was one of the most important musicians and band leaders in the history of jazz and swing music. Making his professional debut in 1921 at the age of 12 and then preforming with the jazz great Bix Beiderbecke…

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