Posted by Robert Yazbeck on November 12, 2018 in
Light Up the Night
The holiday season is upon us and not much says fun festive cheer like the annual lighting of the community trees on the Routt County Courthouse Lawn. Many in Steamboat Springs view Light Up the Night as the event that officially kicks off the start of winter and the holiday season. Happening on Friday November 23rd from 6:00-7:00pm.
Come out show your holiday spirit! There will be Christmas carols, warm hot chocolate and fresh cookies made by local bakeries and restaraunts. There will be a sp... read more
Posted by Robert Yazbeck on November 08, 2018 in
Come on out this weekend and enjoy some of the exciting events happening around Steamboat Springs this Fall season. Here are a few of our favorites.
Friday from 9:00am until 5:00pm get the freshest produce in town at the CAA Market at 141 Ninth St. Ste 102. Fresh fruit, vegetables, bread, coffee and much more is available. If you are not able to come and shop in person you can always pre-order your market good online at caamartket.org.
Friday night the Chief Theatre is showing the exciting ski films Hoji and A... read more
Posted by Robert Yazbeck on November 07, 2018 in
One of Steamboat Spring’s biggest traditions without a doubt is the Annual Turkey Trot. On Thanksgiving Day from 9:30am until 11:30am come out to Gardner Field and Stadium and burn off some pre turkey meal calories having a great time for a terrific cause!
The Turkey Trot is a 5K run/walk that begins and ends at Steamboat Springs High School with the race course taking racers through the beautiful Strawberry Park. Proceeds from this event go towards benefiting the Steamboat Springs High School Track and Fi... read more
Posted by Robert Yazbeck on November 06, 2018 in
The holiday season is upon us and what better gift to give a young child then the gift of literacy. All children in Steamboat Springs from birth to the age of 5 are eligible to be enrolled in this important program. Early literacy is very important, and statistics have shown that nearly 40% of children are not ready kindergarten level literacy.
Imagination Library was introduced to Routt County by the Routt County United Way’s leadership giving group Women United. How the program works is enrolled children... read more
Posted by Robert Yazbeck on November 05, 2018 in
Bring your appetites and come to the Community Center at 1605 Lincoln Avenue on Thanksgiving Day and share a meal with your community. From 1:00pm until 5:00pm members of the Routt County United Way will be serving traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner and everyone in the community is invited. This annual event is a heartwarming way to spend the holiday and has been a local tradition for six years now.
Local volunteers get together and donate their time and all of the food for this full-course meal. Chef’s ... read more