How to submit an event for Happenings
February 7, 2019
Happenings calendar criteria
To be included, your event must be in Routt County and fit into at least one of the following categories:
- Arts or entertainment event
- Fundraiser or nonprofit event
- Free event
Happenings calendar in print
- Events must be submitted by noon to be included in the next day's paper.
- Events print chronologically as space allows.
Submit an event
- Go to SteamboatPilot.com and click on "Happenings Calendar" under the Steamboat Pilot & Today logo.
- Click on the blue "+ Add Event" button
- You must log into or create a CitySpark account to submit an event.
New event submission:
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- Enter the primary event information. This will search existing events to ensure there are no duplicates. Required fields are marked with an asterisk.
- If a similar existing event is found, click "Select" next to the correct event. If a similar existing event is not found, click "Not Found? Create New Event."
- Complete the information form. Required fields are marked with an asterisk.
- For recurring events, check the "Repeating Event" box or click the "Add Another Date" button for options.
- Each event is required to have an image. Choose a stock image or click the "Browse" button to upload a photo.
- Event descriptions are limited to 200 characters. This should be information about the event that is not already included in the name, location, cost or time fields.
- Any event contact information you enter will be displayed to the public.
Review event information:
- Verify that all event information is correct. Click the "Edit Event Details" button to edit or the "Submit and Finish" button to submit.
- After submitting your event, you will receive a confirmation email. To edit or cancel your event, you'll need to follow the link in this email.
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