10 events to Go & Do Nov. 17 to 19 in Steamboat Springs
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — From igniting creativity at a new workshop, enjoying the Yampa Valley Choral singers fall concert, turkey bingo or supporting Olympic hopefuls, Explore has you covered on what to do and where to go this weekend.
Friday, Nov. 17
Yoga for Change
6 to 8 p.m. | Sundance Studio, 385 Anglers Dr.
Yoga for Change is a donation-based, workshop series that aims to catalyze change and spark conversation for action through meditation, movement and conscious discussion in a community setting. The workshop is a two-hour duration, but people are encouraged to come early to meet and greet. The class will begin with an intention-setting meditation, move through an all-levels vinyasa yoga sequence to a short call-to-action talk, and close with an earnest community discussion. Fifteen percent of all proceeds will be donated to the Yampa Valley Sustainability Council.
Yampa Valley Singers Concert
7 p.m. Friday | 4 p.m. Saturday | United Methodist Church, 736 Oak St.
The Yampa Valley Singers will present the its fall concert, “Sunrise to Starlight,” directed by Christel Houston. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased from singers and at All That.
Cycles with Formula 5
10 p.m. | Old Town Pub & Restaurant, 600 Lincoln Ave.
Both of these high-energy bands create their own unique sound from their seamless funk-laden progressive rock. Cycles has been tearing up the Colorado scene while Formula 5 is hot back in the Albany, New York, area.
Saturday, Nov. 18
10 a.m. | Dry Creek Park, Hayden, 513 S. Poplar St.
Join the Hayden Valley Elementary Health and Wellness Team for its annual Turkey Trot 5K and 1-mile Kids’ Fun Run in Hayden. There will be music, prize drawings and healthy snacks after the run. Entry fee is donation-based.
Pioneer Christmas Storytime in the Trees
11 a.m. and 2 p.m. | Tread of Pioneers Museum, 800 Oak St.
During the 23rd annual Festival of Trees, enjoy pioneer and Victorian holiday traditions and stories for kids. Take holiday photos in the trees and get some early holiday shopping done in the museum store. Age 4 and older with an adult. Admission is free.
Jessica Prather, young adult fantasy author
2 to 4 p.m. | Off the Beaten Path, 68 9th St.
Join author Jessica Prather as she talks about her recently published young adult fiction novel, “The Traitor’s Crux,” a fantasy novel that largely takes place in Steamboat Springs. In a country ravaged by years of war, plague and death, witches and wizards are hunted for their existence, blamed for the state of the world and the endless death that ensued.
6 p.m. | Neptune Healing & Float Spa, 941 Lincoln Ave., Suite 200
The cost is $15 and people are asked to bring a mat or cushion. No advance tickets, come 10 minutes early to get a spot.
Athlete party and fundraiser
8 to 11 p.m. | McKnights Irish Pub and Loft, 685 Marketplace Plaza
Show support for Steamboat athletes, freestyle moguls skiing Olympic hopeful Ryan Dyer and trail running world champion contender Penelope Freedman, while also enjoying live music, refreshments and more. Receive team gear with a donation of $20 or more.
Sunday, Nov. 19
Noon to 2 p.m. and 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. | VFW Post 4264, 924 Lincoln Ave.
An annual tradition since 1954, Turkey Bingo is fun for the whole family with two sessions at the Steamboat VFW Post. Limited to 90 person per session.
Plaidey Hour: Women’s plaid swap
4 to 6 p.m. | Townies by Ohana, 1744 Lincoln Ave.
Ladies head to the plaid swap and bring your gently-loved plaids to trade, barter or sell for cheap. Any clothing left after the swap will be donated to LiftUp of Routt County. Bring cash for plaids and a little something to drop in a jar for the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund, which supports all non-motorized trails in Routt and Moffat counties.
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Steamboat Free Summer Concerts announced Friday that it will return live music to the Yampa Valley this summer in the form of two concerts scheduled for August and September.