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10 events to Go & Do Aug. 25 to 27 in Steamboat Springs

Yer State Birds is a Steamboat band comprising members J.R. Adams on lead vocals and guitar, Jeff Goodhand on bass and background vocals, Ryan Fanders on drums and John Miller on keys and background vocals.

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Wondering what to do or where to go in Steamboat Springs this weekend? We’ve got you covered.

Friday, Aug. 25

Rakta Social Sweat

4 to 7 p.m. | Rakta Hot Yoga, 1169 Hilltop Parkway



Daphne Butas leads a Barre class at Rakta Hot Yoga, followed by tea, Kombucha and Vinho Verde chosen by local wine representative Susan Geeslin. Work out at 4 p.m., or join the new studio for happy hour at 5 . All proceeds benefit the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. Sign up at raktahotyoga.com.

2017 Kickball Klassic



6 p.m. Friday | 11 a.m. Saturday | Howelsen Baseball Fields, 285 Howelsen Parkway.

The Kickball Klassic is a two-day, 24 team, double-elimination, co-ed kickball tournament in Steamboat Springs. Teams from around the state join in the fun throughout the weekend. Each team will play at least one game Friday and at least one Saturday. Though registration is closed, cheer on this years teams and find out who will take the winning title.

Buffalo Commons

10 p.m. | Old Town Pub & Restaurant, 600 Lincoln Ave.

Steamboat-born folk and soul, with touches of blues and bluegrass. These guys take us for an enjoyable ride through a cosmic and enjoyable blast from the past and glimpse of the future.

Saturday, Aug. 26

Mainstreet Farmers Market

9 a.m. to 2 p.m. | Farmers’ Market, Seventh and Yampa streets

The Main Street Steamboat Farmers Market features fresh fruit and vegetables each week. The market focuses on food, offers a wide variety of local and cottage industry products and features Steamboat Springs musicians.

Project Wild: An Interstate Runs Through It

10 to 11 a.m. | Stagecoach State Park, 2550 Routt County Road 14

Where do the animals go in winter or when urban development sprawls? Ranger Nolan hosts an interactive program about animal migration, both natural and due to human impact. Join the park ranger at the Marina Deck for this family friendly event. The event is free, but all vehicles must have a valid park entry pass.

Children’s Workshop and Book Reading

10:30 a.m. to noon | Natural Grocers, 355 Lincoln Ave.

Trish Carpenter will read to children age 4 to 14 from her book, “Katie and the Crayons.” The theme of the book is kindness and helping one another. In addition, Carpenter will discuss the physical and emotional benefits of eating healthy snacks. Children will then have the opportunity to create their own books that reflect kindness. All materials will be provided; parents must attend with their children.

Yer State Birds

10 p.m. Schmiggity’s, 821 Lincoln Ave.

A standing favorite in town, Yer State Birds has an unmistakably, unique “dirty blues rock” sound that is sure to suck you in and keep you dancing all night long.

Sunday, Aug 27

Funday Flow Yoga Class

9 to 10 a.m. | Yoga Center of Steamboat, 701 Yampa Ave

Free Aug. 27 only. Fun, mild, paced sequences for all levels, with opportunities to explore deeper postures and practices.

Yampa Market

10 a.m. to 3 p.m. | River Park, S. Moffat Ave., Yampa

The South Routt Economic Development Council and Friends of Gateway Yampa present the Yampa Marketm an old-fashioned good time with local foods and talentm highlighting musicians and performers, artisans and crafters, farmers, ranchers, and gardeners, nonprofits, community groups and community members. Each market highlights different vendors and beautiful Colorado produce. There will also be children’s activities at each market.

Small Town World

7 p.m. | Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave.

Small Town World is said to take listeners on a journey through time, highlighting the beautiful songs and sounds from many countries scattered around the world. Featuring musicians Randy Kelley, Solange Chambers, Willie Samuleson and Cary on drums.


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