June 30, 2012
|For over 100 years Steamboat Springs, Colorado has celebrated Independence Day in true western fashion, with events for the entire family. Kick back in your boots at several events including a community all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast, Yampa Valley Bank parade down Lincoln Avenue, Pioneer Days Block Party featuring a free concert and Root Beer Floats for the kids, evening rodeos, and the Ranch Rodeo where local ranches compete against one another in the Old West tradition.
Join us for a breathtaking fireworks display at historic Howelsen Hill which holds the distinction of being one of the country’s oldest ski areas in continuous use. This nighttime extravaganza will begin at dark, roughly 9:30 P.M. For the best viewing location, you can get front row seats at the base of Howelsen Hill. Or celebrate the 4th at the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo and enjoy prime seating for the fireworks that follow.
2012 Weekend Schedule Coming Soon! Visit website for updates! http://www.steamboat-chamber.com/info/events/sbcccalendarevent.july4th.item.asp
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.