Steamboat briefs: Ski Haus and Steamboat Bike Town host breakfast
Ski Haus and the Steamboat Bike Town USA Initiative are teaming up Wednesday to host this year’s Bike to Work Breakfast. The free breakfast, including pancakes and fruit, will be served to bike commuters from 7 to 9 a.m. in celebration of Colorado Bike to Work Day.
Cemetery closed until July for water line maintenance
The Steamboat Springs Cemetery is closed to the public until July 1 due to construction on cemetery water lines. New water lines are being placed in the roads, and due to excavation work and equipment, roads will be impassable. Signs warning of the cemetery closure have been posted on the entrance road at the bottom of the hill. Call Josh Andrew at 970-734-8912 or Jim Stanko at 970-879-3936 for more information or to request entrance to the cemetery.
Search and Rescue accepts applications through June
Routt County Search and Rescue is accepting applications until the end of June.
Call Chad Bowdre at 970-291-9100 for more information or visit routtcountysar.org for an application.
Workforce center offers free workshops this month
The Steamboat Workforce Center will hold workshops for job seekers each Tuesday throughout the month.
The workshops will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Workforce Center, 425 Anglers Drive.
The schedule includes:
■ Today — How to create and use an email account
■ June 30 — Resume building
Call 970-879-3075 for more information and to sign up for the classes.
Fourth of July parade road closures are announced
Road closures have been announced for the Fourth of July Parade. The eastbound and westbound lanes of Lincoln Avenue from Fifth to 11th streets will be closed from
5 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. July 4. As in past years, the city’s special event officers will assist during each event with traffic detours and any other traffic/emergency needs.
Running series for July 4 run/walk opens registration
The Steamboat Running Series Mountain Madness run/walk will begin 7:30 a.m. July 4 in the Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation parking lot, 245 Howelsen Parkway. The event will be on paved roads and includes a half-marathon run and a 10K run/walk. Entry fees are $20 to $35 and include post-race food, prizes for winners and a raffle entry. All proceeds will benefit the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association. Pre-registration is available until 8 p.m. July 2 at steamboatrunningseries.com. Registration on the day of event ends at 7 a.m.
Chamber seeks volunteers for Fourth of July Parade
The Steamboat Chamber Resort Association is seeking volunteers to help with the Fourth of July Parade. Street marshalls are needed from
Free Spanish language film at the Chief Theater
Bud Werner Memorial Library’s free foreign film series continues at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Chief Theater with the award-winning crime thriller from Venezuela and Argentina, “God’s Slave,” directed by Joel Novoa. Based on the actual events of a 1994 bombing in Buenos Aires still making headlines today, the film follows Ahmed, trained since childhood as an Islamic terrorist now assigned to execute a suicide bombing at a synagogue, and David, the cold-blooded Israeli special agent who will stop at nothing to prevent the attack. Visit steamboatlibrary.org/events for more information.
Native graduates with applied economics degree
Steamboat Springs native Jennifer Spencer recently graduated with a master’s degree in applied economics from Johns Hopkins University. Spencer plans to continue her work in international development.
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After several Steamboat Springs Transit drivers caught COVID-19 recently, the operation had to adjust its routes around New Year’s celebrations and The MusicFest at Steamboat, two of the city’s busiest weeks of the year.