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High Country Artisans

Business Spotlight: High Country ARTisans

A new co-op gallery called High Country ARTisans has just opened in the Outlets at Silverthorne to sell a variety of art forms and host artist demonstrations for the public. High Country ARTisans started about six years ago at Keystone Lake. The 18 artists who make up the co-op live throughout the Summit County area and have come from all over including California, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New York and New Jersey. The artists cite that Summit County is an ideal location because the river, lake and mountains inspire …

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Silverthorne Performing Arts Center Grand Opening Symbolizes New Beginnings

On Saturday, June 24, the Town of Silverthorne and Lake Dillon Theatre Company (LDTC) celebrated the opening of the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center with a day chock full of ceremonies, artful performances and entertainment attended by hundreds of Silverthorne residents and visitors alike. The day’s festivities culminated with the inaugural performance of “Sister Act,” which like all LDTC shows to date, has sold out each show, and has limited tickets available through its final performance on August 13. In addition, LDTC’s impressive line-up in its first season coined “New Beginnings” …

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Fourth Street Crossing

Update on Fourth Street Crossing

Earlier this summer, Milender White unveiled design progress for the new Fourth Street Crossing development at a community open house in Silverthorne. Aiming to become the new “main street” of downtown Silverthorne, the proposal calls for a hotel, storefront retail, office space, a parking structure and residential units. Additionally, Milender White is looking to create a market hall, which will include multiple dining options, a cafe, and boutique retail space. The open house offered additional resident insight to help guide the project towards its final programming. To view the full plan in detail, click here. “We received …

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Silverthorne theater

Evolving from a gas-stop town into a cultural hub

Today’s Denver Post features an article about the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center opening this weekend, and how the Center is catalyzing development in Silverthorne’s downtown. You can also see what the Summit Daily News and 9News had to say about the SPAC Grand Opening today. It’s going to be an exciting weekend in Silvethorne, so stay tuned for more updates and parking information.

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Developer Selected for ‘Fourth Street Crossing’

After many years of community planning, in January 2017 the Town of Silverthorne issued a Request for Proposals for the development of a property that will be a centerpiece for Silverthorne’s downtown. In March 2017, an interview panel including property owners, business owners, residents, Town Council members and Town staff was assembled to interview interested developers. Through that process, the 13-member interview panel selected Milender White to develop the downtown Silverthorne property known as the Fourth Street Crossing.  Located north of I-70 off Highway 9/Blue River Parkway, the redevelopment area …

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Silverthorne Performing Arts Center Grand Opening June 24

You’ve seen the beams and bricks being placed day by day at 4th Street and Blue River Parkway. The sign now says “Performing Arts Center” and you may have read an article or two about it in the local newspaper. But, you might still be wondering, “What is this building, when will it open, what does it mean to me, and how can I be involved?”     What is this building? The Performing Arts Center is a multi-purpose public facility that is owned by the Town of Silverthorne and …

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Downtown Silverthorne


The Town of Silverthorne has issued a Request for Proposals for the development of a key parcel in the heart of the community and the future of downtown Silverthorne. “The Town has worked closely with Town Council, private landowners, businesses and residents to create a community-supported vision for our downtown, including pedestrian-friendly shops, restaurants, businesses and potentially residential spaces,” said Mayor Bruce Butler. “The opportunity to develop property that will define the identity and character of an entire mountain town for decades to come is rare, and that’s just the …

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