Steamboat Springs to offer extra bus service for Winter Carnival events
February 7, 2018
Steamboat Springs Transit will operate additional bus service during the Winter Carnival Street Events and Night Extravaganza on Saturday, Feb. 10 and during the day on Sunday, Feb. 11. Extra unscheduled buses will run during the day on Saturday as well as that night to transport people to and from the evening festivities.
While Lincoln Avenue is closed, buses will use the Oak Street detour. Temporary bus stops will be located at Fifth and Oak, Seventh and Oak and Ninth and Oak. Buses will also stop at the Yellow Line's 10th and Oak stop, next to City Hall. Once Lincoln reopens, buses will return to their normal routes.
On both Saturday and Sunday nights, the last buses will operate: from the Stockbridge toward the Mountain until 2:30 a.m.; from the Gondola Transit Center toward the condominiums until 2:50 a.m.; from the Gondola Transit Center toward downtown until 3:15 a.m.; and from downtown toward the west (Third Street) until 3:26 a.m.
Rep. Dylan Roberts to hold coffees in Hayden, Steamboat
Rep. Dylan Roberts is planning to hold a Town Hall meeting in Steamboat from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11 at Bud Werner Memorial Library.
Grade school students can swim free at Old Town Hot Springs
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Old Town Hot Springs is offering free admission to any Routt County student on Friday, Feb. 9 before 4 p.m. Steamboat Springs School District students have the day off due to a professional development day and North Routt students have a half-day off. Any current student up through high school are eligible for free admission.
Oak Creek library preschool story time returns to Wednesdays
Oak Creek Public Library will offer its preschool story time for ages 2 to 5 from 10 to 10:45 a.m. every Wednesday. The weekly event features puppets, music and art with stories chosen around a different theme each week. The library is located at 227 Dodge Ave. in Oak Creek. Call 970-736-8371 for more information.