June 19, 2012
Find Great Food and Fun at Glenwood Springs Downtown Market
Glenwood’s Downtown Market features farmers, ranchers, local chefs, food vendors, arts, crafts, special events, and is an all-around good excuse to get out and have fun with your neighbors.
At the Market, you will find Olathe sweet corn, Palisade peaches, raspberries, apples, green chili, apricots, tomatoes, green beans, organic produce, fresh flowers, fresh-baked bread and pastries, handmade jewelry, unique clothing, artwork, local musicians, and more!
The market is located on 9th Street between Grand and Cooper avenues in the heart of downtown Glenwood Springs. It is highly visible to traffic traveling through downtown and easy walking distance from Glenwood’s many excellent restaurants and shops. The 2012 market opens Tuesday, June 12th, a week earlier than previous, and continues every Tuesday evening through September 25th for a total of 16 weeks. It is open to the public from 4pm to dusk. Parking is available in the lot between the Springs Theatre and Bank of Colorado – right across the street!
We look forward to seeing you in 2012! Keep up to date with market events by subscribing to our newsletter which contains important announcements, special events, and late breaking news. Also watch for our weekly column in the Glenwood Post Independent beginning in June.
Come enjoy happy hour at Trillium restaurant’s Cloud Bar for indulgent cocktails and delectable appetizers six days a week all summer long. Trillium is a perfect spot to start a great evening out.
Happy Hour is every week at the Bar, Lounge, or Patio from 5-7 PM Tuesday–Saturday, and 5-9 PM Sunday. Trillium is closed on Mondays.
Full Happy Hour menu can be found at the following link: http://www.trilliumdenver.com/happy-hour/
Enjoy a cross-cultural experience at the Cortez Center, 25 N. Market Street in Cortez. With our Native American dances Monday through Saturday 7 p.m. starting May 25,2012 through Labor Day Weekend. Admission is Free. The dances are supported by a grant from Mesa Verde Country. Also visit the centers gift shop, featuring Native American and Southwestern merchandise. Call 970-565-1151. Learn about a variety of dance styles, traditions, and regalia, from cultures including the Ute, Navajo, Lakota, and Pueblo.