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Community News from the Heart of Summit County


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   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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A holiday smile for every child on Christmas morning

Hate the thought of kids with empty stockings and bare trees on Christmas? So do we. And for over 20 years, the Summit County community has joined the Family & Intercultural Resource Center to do something about it.   On December 11, the Adopt an Angel program hands out gifts to more than 250 local families that would otherwise have no presents on Christmas morning. The effort makes a big difference, according to Kendra, a single mother living in Summit County. “I was going through a divorce, and I was …

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Celebrate the Season with Special Events Across Summit County

Winter has begun to arrive in Summit County, but now is not the time to consider hibernating. As the fresh flakes fall, the county comes alive with some of the state’s most exciting ski resorts and areas, lots of off-the-slopes adventures and some very special events. Here’s what’s on tap in Silverthorne and throughout Summit County:   SILVERTHORNE: Rotary Club of Summit County Thanksgiving Dinner, Nov. 22: This Thanksgiving, join the Rotary Club of Summit County for Thanksgiving dinner at the Silverthorne Pavilion. This free event, and community staple, has …

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What’s on Tap in Silverthorne, October–December 2018:

As the snowflakes begin to fly, Silverthorne is heating up with an exciting lineup of special events and activities. Here’s what’s on tap in Silverthorne for the coming season:   Silverthorne’s First Fridays Celebrations, the First Friday of Every Month: The Town of Silverthorne is making the first Friday of every month a reason for residents and visitors to get together and celebrate our vibrant community. From arts and food to music and fun, First Friday events showcase the area’s talented makers. Special experiences with artists, chefs, brewers, athletes and entertainers in various locales are open to …

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Carve Up Some Family Fun During Silverthorne’s Annual Pumpkin Fest

Round up the kids and head to Rainbow Park Sunday, Oct. 7, from 11 a.m.–2 p.m., for Silverthorne’s largest community gathering at the free Pumpkin Fest. The Town of Silverthorne’s signature event transforms Rainbow Park into a pumpkin patch with 1,500 free pumpkins and a whole lot more. The Salida Circus returns to perform its family-friendly Spooky Circus from noon–1 p.m. The show enlists its young audience to help make the witches’ brew, and includes Halloween stilt characters, juggling, magic, acrobatics and aerial ghosts. Other fun activities include a petting …

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Prost! Drink Oktoberfest in at the Bakers’ Brewery’s New Biergarten

Why do they call it Oktoberfest if it is in September? You’ll have to Google that — we don’t pretend to have all the answers. But we do know that the best way to celebrate this beer-drinking, pretzel-eating extravaganza is at the Bakers’ Brewery’s new outdoor biergarten. Not only can folks soak in the fall colors and views of the Continental Divide from this cozy space, revelers can also sip on a variety of beers including the Summit Sunset Saison, brewed with fresh ripe mangoes and fresh-cut ginger, or Bakers’ first-ever Wet Hop IPA, …

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Join us in the Silverthorne Art Hunt

The Town of Silverthorne has partnered with local artist, Kia Neill, to create a public engagement art project that invites the community to share their images, while searching for “old school street art” wheat pasted images that have been placed in various locations around Town. Ways to be part of the Art: Share your images. Local artist Kia Neill asks you to share your favorite and most creative photos by tagging #silverthornearthunt and @silverthorneCO on Facebook and Instagram. She will select the most unique and captivating photos that will be …

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Silverthorne’s PAC Celebrates Successful First Year

Silverthorne’s new Performing Arts Center celebrates its first anniversary Saturday, June 23, starting at 11 a.m. with a host of free events. 11 a.m. — Outdoor Stage Welcoming remarks from Town of Silverthorne Mayor Ann-Marie Sandquist and Lake Dillon Theatre Company Artistic Director Chris Alleman and Executive Director Joshua Blanchard. 11:30 a.m. — Lobby Enjoy refreshments, commemorate the one-year anniversary of the opening of the new building and honor those who made it possible. Noon — Flex Theater Meet the new staff members, visit with longtime staff and hear about …

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