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Locals Liquors

Locals Liquors Partners with Town of Silverthorne for Community Fundraising auction and event

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. For more than 15 years Locals Liquors owner Chris Carran has lived in Silverthorne, completing a lifelong goal of hers to live and work in the mountains of Colorado. Since then, she’s become a vital part of the local community and has enjoyed thinking of fun and creative ways to give back to the people she loves so much. This year Locals Liquors and the Town of Silverthorne have partnered once again to raise money for five nonprofit organizations in Summit County. From now through September 30, …

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Fall in Silverthorne

Fall Art + Adventure in Silverthorne

There’s nothing like taking in a breath of crisp fall mountain air in Silverthorne, where art meets adventure. With exciting outdoor art events, live music and festivals happening around Town, trails enveloped in changing colors and many means by which to explore the autumn-hued landscapes,  fall is the perfect time to visit our town. Get inspired with the ideas below and be sure to check out our Fall Leaf Peeping Map for more information on the best places for leaf peeping this fall.  Check out these autumn events First Friday …

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Silverthorne family enjoys First Friday in August

Take a walk on the wild side

Have you heard? First Fridays are now a walking affair. In August, Silverthorne turned to a new “canvas” to showcase local art and artisans: The Blue River Trail. With art stations and live musicians positioned at various locations along the scenic path, August’s First Friday proved so popular the Town will host First Friday as an “event on the go” once again in September. “This is a unique way to give everyone access to public art during a strange time,” explains Sydney Schwab, Arts and Culture Manager for the Town …

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Family ice skating at North Pond Park

Silverthorne: The Perfect Basecamp for a Summit County Winter Adventure

Located just a short drive from five of Colorado’s best ski resorts and packed with quintessential winter activities and affordable lodging options, Silverthorne is the perfect place to stay and play this winter. Winter Fun On and Off The Slopes In addition to awesome skiing at nearby Arapahoe Basin, Loveland Ski Area, Keystone Resort, Copper Mountain and Breckenridge Ski Resort, Silverthorne offers plenty of outdoor adventures for the whole family. Try ice skating at North Pond Park, which hosts twilight skates and an international pond hockey tournament each February. Go …

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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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Celebrate Independence Day in Silverthorne with Exciting Line-Up of Special Events

This Independence Day the Town of Silverthorne will celebrate with a weekend packed full of special events and live music performances. Kicking off the festivities will be an annual performance of patriotic songs from the National Repertory Orchestra taking place in Rainbow Park the morning of July 4. Beginning Friday, July 5, the Town will host its second annual Art on The Blue River festival featuring more than 30 Colorado artists as well as exciting bands and wine tastings at the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center lawn.  More details on both …

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Gear Up for a Groundbreaking Summer in Silverthorne

Spring is in the air in Silverthorne! As the snowpack begins to melt, bringing new life to our rivers, trails and lakes, we’re looking forward to an exciting summer season.  Whether you’re a newcomer or seasoned resident, here are some tips for how to make the most out of Silverthorne’s outdoor recreation and summer events lineup. From the gorgeous Blue River Valley to our nearby mountain peaks, Silverthorne is the perfect launch pad to some of the best outdoor recreation in Summit County. Only minutes away from rafting and kayaking, fishing, …

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Can’t Dance? No problem.

Look, we know you’re at the top of your dating game, but may we make a suggestion? Bring that special someone to the Silverthorne Pavilion on Friday, May 10, for a night of live music and western dancing. It’s a proven method for falling in love. Just ask Steven Herrman. Early in their dating life, Steven and his wife Leslie tired of the bar scene. Lucky for them, they stumbled upon Silverthorne’s Country Western Dance nights and have been attending monthly for years. Rumor has it, the dancing induced labor …

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Coming Up: Not-to-Miss Events in Silverthorne

As we begin to look ahead to longer days, spring snow stashes and Colorado’s famous blue-bird skies, make sure to mark your calendars with these not-to-miss signature Silverthorne events. For a full line-up of events, visit www.silverthorne.org/calendar.   Valentine’s Comedy Show with Tom Papa, Feb. 14: With more than 20 years as a stand-up comedian, Tom Papa is one of the top comedic voices in the country finding success in film, TV, radio, and podcasts, as well as on the live stage. A regular on “The Late Show with Stephen …

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rock for the rescue

Best Ticket in Town: Brewers Rock for Rescue

$30 for a night of tasty craft brews, live music and plenty of food? It’s tough to find a better ticket in Summit County. Add the fact that Brewer’s Rock for Rescue at the Silverthorne Pavilion is a fundraiser for Summit County Search and Rescue, and the ticket becomes even better. Speaking of tickets, you’d better buy yours now for the Jan. 26 event — it usually sells out days in advance. If by some miracle tickets remain, expect to pay $40 at the door for beers from about 25 …

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