Steamboat briefs: Registration for 2016 Summer Expo ends Friday, June 3
The 2016 Summer Expo is set for 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 8 at the Steamboat Grand, 2300 Mount Werner Circle, and registration for the event ends Friday, June 3.
The expo is designed to help businesses gain exposure in the community, showcase new products and services and raise awareness of new businesses.
The booth fee is $125, and $25 for restaurants and caterers serving food and for nonprofits. Space is limited.
To download a registration form, visit files.ctctcdn.com/97853608001/ce64e33e-ecef-49b1-9c99-2cec68eee635.pdf.
For more information, call Sarah Konopka at 970-875-7005.
Tread of Pioneers Museum to host Artwalk reception
The public is invited to the “Two Friends Meet” exhibit reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 3 at the Tread of Pioneers Museum.
The free event is part of the First Friday Art Walk. The exhibit features fine art prints depicting local rancher Vernon Summer by Gary Hawk, a Western wildlife watercolor artist.
The prints were bequeathed to the Tread of Pioneers Museum by the Vernon Summer estate and feature Summer, the quintessential cowboy, working on his ranch in Sidney, south of Steamboat Springs.
The prints in this exhibit were given to Summer by Hawk. Following Summer’s death in 2012, the Tread of Pioneers Museum received the collection, along with other items of historical significance from four generations of Summer heirlooms.
Local churches set to hold free vacation Bible camp
Concordia Lutheran Church and Holy Name Catholic Church are joining to bring the 2016 vacation Bible camp, Cave Quest, to the community.
The free camp, for children age 4 through 12, meets from 9 a.m. to noon June 20 through 23 and is free. Older children are welcome to be helpers.
The camp will be held at Concordia Lutheran Church, 755 Concordia Lane. Registration forms are available at Holy Name Catholic Church and Concordia Lutheran Church.
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