This past weekend Steamboat Springs celebrated 95 years of winter fun, activity and community involvement with the 95th Annual Winter Carnival. This event is a long time fixture of Steamboat winters that helping to promote the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. It also helps to spice up the long winters with the community gathering for various races, street events on Saturday and Sunday, the famous “Lighted Man” who skis down Howelsen Hill at the Night Extravaganza, all in celebration and recognition of this town heritage, culture and commitments.
Summer is over, the leaves are changing and the temps have cooled which means it’s time for chili, beer and music. If this is your idea or a good time then make your plans to head to Steamboat.
Welcome autumn into Steamboat this weekend with the Downtown Hoedown and Chili Challenge cook-off this weekend, 9/15.
Next weekend, 9/22, we’re talking ’bout the Steamboat Brewers’ Festival with a collection of regional brewers, live music and simply one of the best weekend to be in Steamboat.
So come on. I know it’s football season, but if you don’t come to Steamboat now you might as well bring your snow shovel because winter is right around the corner.
Did you know the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is celebrating its 100th year of service in the Steamboat community?
The Centennial Celebration has included new programs geared towards improving our business community including the Sustainable Steamboat Business Program and a NEW Steamboat Chamber Health Plan available to the members and their employees.
If you’re still looking for a last minute vacation this Labor Day Weekend look no further than Steamboat Springs – the forecast is calling for absolutely perfect weather all weekend long!
The exciting lineup of events features the Wild West Air Fest at the Steamboat Springs Airport on both Saturday and Sunday – including over 20 vintage and World War II aircraft displays, helicopter and airplane rides and classic car displays by the Steamboat Car Club. Purchase your admission button at the Visitor Center on your way into town or take the free transportation to the event and buy your button at the gate. Admission is just $5 for adults and $3 for youth and your button is valid for the entire weekend.
Mark your calendar folks….
The dates for the 20th Annual Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup have been announced for the summer of 2008. For you car enthusiasts the weekend to visit Steamboat Springs next summer is June 12th – 15th — that’s Father’s Day weekend.
Visit the calendar of events on steamboatsummer.com for all the details including dates and times for the annual Autocross and Show n’ Shine. Admission to all of the events is FREE to spectators and car owners wishing to participate can visit the event website for more information.
The timeline of events around July 4th in Steamboat Springs have recently been confirmed by the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association. Sticking with the traditional timing the 105th Annual Cowboys Roundup Days and Fourth of July Celebration including the pancake breakfast, parade, nighttime fireworks, cattledrive and rodeo, rodeo, rodeo is set for the July 3rd – 6th with the cattledrive down Lincoln Avenue set for 10am on Sunday, July 6.