Today’s top 10 weekend events in Steamboat Springs
Steamboat Springs — Wondering what to do and where to go in Steamboat Springs? We’ve got you covered with this weekend’s top 10 events.
Friday, March 10
Colorado Avalanche Information Center Fundraiser | 7 p.m. | Ghost Ranch Saloon, 56 Seventh St.
Join Friends of CAIC, Smartwool, Big Agnes, Routt Powder Riders, Honey Stinger, Avery Brewing Company and Missed the Boat in celebrating and benefiting the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. Tickets are available for purchase for $15. Entrance fee includes one raffle ticket, one beer ticket and live music. Classic Air Medical, Routt County Search and Rescue and Routt Powder Riders will host tables, so attendees can learn more about their services. There will be live music from Missed the Boat, $3 Avery Brewing beers all night, raffle prizes, giveaways and more.
Fly Fishing Film Tour | 7 p.m. | Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave.
The Fly Fishing Film Tour returns to the Chief Theater again this year for two nights.
The film kicks off at 7 p.m., and tickets are available for $15 in advance or $20 at the door.
Soul Message Band with Local Middle School Bands | 7 p.m. | Strings Music Pavilion, 900 Strings Road.
As part of the Strings School Days Program, Emerald Mountain School Orchestra and Steamboat Springs Middle School bands will play a concert with Soul Message Band at Strings Pavilion at 7 p.m. Friday, March 10. The event is free, but tickets are required.
Buffalo Commons | 10 p.m. | Old Town Pub & Restaurant, 600 Lincoln Ave.
Grass-fed folk and soul from local musicians. Denton Turner on bass, Gabe Riding on the mandolin and Tyree Woods take acoustic sounds from outerspace and bring them to your ear hole soul.
The Magic Beans | 10 p.m. | Schmiggity’s, 821 Lincoln Ave.
The Magic Beans is a band sprouted from the cultural island of Colorado that is set out to bring its unique, genre-blending music to the masses and inspire good times.
Saturday, March 11
Magic Giant | 3:30 to 6 p.m. | Steamboat Ski Resort, 2305 Mount Werner Circle.
Like a banjo player and a DJ rocking a club show in a barn, Magic Giant is a band on a mission to move bodies and souls. The group kicked off 2015 with a performance on KEXP hosted by John Richards (credited for discovering The Lumineers’ Ho Hey). They have since been featured on Spotify’s New Music Tuesday, Billboard for Artist on the Verge and NPR’s Songs We Love, which proclaimed, this L.A. indie-folk band has a summer festival anthem on its hands.
11th Annual Moonshine Ski & Dine | 5:30 to 9 p.m. | Catamount Lakehouse Grille & Pool, 30215 Waters Edge Trail.
Join Rocky Mountain Youth Corps for its 11th annual Moonshine Ski and Dine fundraiser. Begin the evening with a moonlit cross-country ski or snowshoe tour on the world-class Lake Catamount Touring Center trails before heading inside for scrumptious drinks, appetizers, chili, desserts and a fabulous silent auction. There will be live music by Andrew “Sage” Henry, singer/songwriter from Missed the Boat and Sage & Friends. The cost is $60, and all proceeds benefit RMYC youth programs.
Family Development Center’s Annual Casino Night Fundraiser | 7 to 10 p.m. | The Steamboat Grand, 2300 Mount Werner Circle.
This annual fundraiser provides an evening of Vegas-style games, including blackjack, roulette, craps and Texas Hold ‘Em in a friendly, no-pressure atmosphere. All money raised will benefit Discovery Learning Center, Child Care Network and the Newborn Network. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Receive $300 worth of chips to gamble with throughout the night. Tickets will be available at All That, The Space Station, Christy Sports in Central Park Plaza and Discovery Learning Center parents. Organizers are looking for for volunteer dealers for blackjack and poker. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-879-5973, ext. 11, to volunteer.
SPEAK: Performances From Women in the Yampa Valley | 7:15 p.m. | Off the Beaten Path, 68 Ninth St.
Young Bloods Collective presents: SPEAK. Performances will feature all original work, written and performed by Women in the Yampa Valley. SPEAK is a telling of the female experience in all its humor and tragedy in the modern mountain world. The event is being held as fundraiser for Planned Parenthood of the Rockies & Advocates. Tickets are available to purchase online at youngbloodscollective.org/speak.
Formula 5 | 10 p.m. | Old Town Pub & Restaurant, 600 Lincoln Ave.
From Albany, New York, this quartet nails a seamless flow, intertwining energetic covers and intricate originals. A dance party not to miss.
Sunday, March 12
Steamboat Symphony Orchestra: student performances | 6 to 7 p.m. | Bud Werner Memorial Library, 1289 Lincoln Ave.
Local student string performers demonstrate their skills under the direction of Ernest Richardson, musical director/conductor of the Steamboat Symphony Orchestra.
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