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Garrett Geros competing in the 2022 Beijing Winter Paralympic Games.

Spotlight on Silverthorne’s 2022 Paralympians

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Two of Silverthorne’s most dedicated athletes competed on the world stage this year at the 2022 Beijing Winter Paralympic Games. Para snowboarders Garrett Geros and Zach Miller both live and train in Silverthorne, where they have access to world-class mountains and facilities.  Zach’s journey began in Denver where, while receiving treatment for cerebral palsy at Children’s Hospital, he joined a program that took him on a ski trip to Winter Park. It was there that he discovered snowboarding which changed the course of his life as he …

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Summit County Breweries Answer the ‘All Call’  

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Locals know: The May First Friday in Silverthorne is an appreciation party for them. The town uses this First Friday to recognize the contributions of all members of the community that make this a special place to live and visit.  At the top of the gratitude list is Summit County Rescue Group, an all-volunteer group that trains for the day (or night) when they get the call to respond to a mission.  This year, Angry James Brewery’s A.J. Brinkerhoff wanted to do something special to show …

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Bluebird Market

Spring and Summer Happenings at Bluebird Market

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Since opening in January, Summit County’s inaugural food hall, Bluebird Market, has become a popular gathering space for locals and visitors alike. Offering everything from burgers to harvest bowls to ice cream, empanadas and everything in between, Bluebird Market showcases the talent of a range of chefs under one roof. And it continues to grow.  Colorado Marketplace Bakery recently opened a space in the food hall, offering baked goods, decadent cakes and catering platters. Crepes a la Carte – a renowned Colorado crepe experience – and …

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Silverthorne Businesses Keep It Green

Summit County has long been devoted to sustainability, and Earth Day, April 22, gives us the chance to recognize the local efforts made by area businesses and organizations. We know that many of you are looking for resources to do the same, as well as a way to put your money and efforts behind supporting companies who are committed to these practices. Shop Green A good starting place is to look at High Country Conservation Center’s Resource Wise. This partnership is essentially a clearing house that identifies businesses throughout the …

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Eclectic Bar & Grill

Eclectic Bar & Grill Offers Elevated Food at a Local Price

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. One of Silverthorne’s newest restaurants aims to do what many destination eateries do not: offer delicious comfort food at a price point geared toward locals. The principles behind Eclectic Bar & Grill are simple; the restaurant’s foodie founders wanted to build an eatery that their friends—many in the service industry—would frequent while also creating down to earth dishes that would delight and nourish the town’s many visitors. To accomplish this, David and Britt Gilbert composed an eclectic menu for their restaurant while tapping food service friends’ …

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Colorado artwork by Erica Nicole

Summit Locals Art Market Showcases Work from Area Artists

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. For years, Summit County artists have found inspiration in the area’s surrounding natural beauty, the visitors from around the world, and the close-knit community of locals. Now, those who want to support Summit County artists can find a bevy of them in one place: Summit Locals Art Market, located inside The Outlets at Silverthorne. The Summit Locals Art Market grew out of a chance meeting between artists Erica Nicol, Mary Anderson and Shannon Jakoby.  The three met at Dillon’s weekly farmer’s market this past summer and …

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Keats Scott Mural

Winter whimsy now on display

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. The quilts at the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center want you to take a closer look. That’s right. Beyond the winter scenes lies something more. Summit County artist and quilter Keats Scott invites you to look closely for little surprises that show her sense of humor. Enchanting viewers with her renditions of winter has long been an objective of Scott. Working with fabric and making utilitarian quilts adds to her vision, which has been honed over decades of living and working in Heeney on the Green Mountain …

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