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Red Buffalo Cafe Library Shelf

Silverthorne’s Got Heart: Red Buffalo & Summit Library

Nothing says cozy community like curling up with a warm beverage and a good book — and Red Buffalo Coffee & Tea wants to make sure everyone in Silverthorne can do just that.  Red Buffalo, located at 358 Blue River Parkway and backing onto the Blue River, has played an active role in the Silverthorne community since the café opened in 2010. All summer, Red Buffalo hosts Storytime on the Go on the back patio, with a librarian from the Silverthorne-Summit County North Branch Library bringing books to share with …

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Murphy's in Silverthorne

Business Spotlight: Everybody is a little Irish, and welcome, at Murphy’s

Blue Moon Bakery’s Owners Give New Life to Murphy’s Tavern If you have ever stopped in Silverthorne for a quick breakfast or lunch before a big day skiing, snowboarding, hiking or fishing, chances are you’ve been to Blue Moon Bakery. Owners Ben and Kim Reil have been serving up high-quality, freshly baked goods there since 2004. The Blue Moon Bakery team recently took ownership of another Silverthorne eatery, Murphy’s.   The Silverthorne community has been very excited to welcome the Reils to another restaurant in town. Known for their outstanding …

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Arapahoe Basin Ski Patroller and Avalanche Dog

Local Spotlight: Patroller and avalanche dog team on getting ready for another winter at The Basin

The nights are getting cooler, the snow has started falling and the 2019-20 ski and ride season is here! With nearby ski areas already open, we caught up with a Town of Silverthorne employee, who also works as a ski patroller at Arapahoe Basin in the winter. Going into his eleventh season at A-Basin, Greg Dumas shared what he does (along with his hard-working avalanche dog Sasha) to get ready for the season, and what he is most excited for this winter. In years past, Greg has gone back to …

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Blake Street Glass at the SPAC

Blake Street Glass Lights Up SPAC

With cooling days and nights, glimmering aspens aren’t the only seasonal color in Silverthorne. All fall and winter, visitors to the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center (SPAC) can savor gorgeous, glowing glass art in the exterior window boxes. It’s part of Silverthorne Arts & Culture’s mission to bring the arts to life through the Town’s vibrant public art program. The red glass vessels atop a black glass table are new work designed and created by glassblower Kit Karbler of Blake Street Glass, with assistance from Dmitri Rudenko. The current exhibition also …

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Pound Fitness at the Silverthorne Recreation Center

Spotlight on Silverthorne’s Recreation Center

As temps drop and snow falls, residents and visitors head indoors to the Silverthorne Recreation Center to get conditioned for their favorite winter activities. But programming isn’t the only thing changing with the season; the Recreation Center has added new equipment, a resurfaced track and brand-new class offerings. Even the pool’s beloved palm trees got a makeover! The Silverthorne Pulse sat down with fitness and wellness coordinator Renee Rogers to get the full scoop on all that’s new at the Silverthorne Recreation Center this fall.  Fresh Tracks You don’t need …

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Lower Cataract Lake in fall

You won’t beleaf these fall hikes

As the leaves start changing and the temperatures start dropping, it is the perfect time to hit the trail in Silverthorne! We have rounded up a few of our favorite fall hikes in Silverthorne where the aspen leaves are most vibrant so you can enjoy your fall days in unbe-leaf-able beauty. Eaglesmere Trail Hike through aspen groves and meadows on this moderate, 3.6-mile one-way hike. As you ascend the mountainside through the aspens, you can see marvelous views of the valley to the south, with pockets of orange and gold …

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Silverthorne's Annual Pumpkin Fest

What’s On Tap: Fall Events in Silverthorne

The air is crisp, the leaves are changing, and snow is in the forecast.  Fall is beginning to arrive here in Silverthorne and there is no better way to soak in Colorado’s most spectacular season than by getting together with friends and neighbors to celebrate what makes this community so special.  Below is a round-up of upcoming events and activities for the whole family (four-legged members included) to enjoy. October’s First Friday Event, Oct. 4 Silverthorne is rolling out the red carpet for October’s First Friday from 5-8 p.m. on …

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