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Aug
28
Fri
Adventures Within for Adults with MS
Aug 28 – Aug 31 all-day

The Adventures Within Camps are specially designed for adults living with MS, along with friends and family members.   This summer camp features activities such as rafting, canoeing, ropes course and plenty of time to enjoy the mountains.  Please call for details.  1-800-383-2632.

Program includes all activities, instruction, food, lodging and on-course transportation.

Night at the Museum
Aug 28 all-day
DAVE MATTHEWS BAND @ Fiddler's Green
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm

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The Dave Matthews Band formed in Charlottesville, Virginia, in early 1991, when vocalist/guitarist Dave Matthews decided to put some songs he had written on tape. Instead of simply recording himself with a guitar, he opted to bring in some instrumental help to give his musical ideas more depth. Dave found assistance in drummer Carter Beauford and saxophonist LeRoi Moore, who were both accomplished jazz musicians in the local Charlottesville music scene. Based on the recommendation of distinguished local jazz guru John D’earth, 16-year-old musical prodigy Stefan Lessard came on board to play bass. Completing the band was keyboard player Peter Griesar, who left the band after a couple of years, as well as the talented and classically trained violinist, Boyd Tinsley.

On November 9, 1993, DMB released its first album, Remember Two Things, on its Bama Rags label. The album was recorded live at The Muse Music Club on Nantucket Island, in August of 1993. The album debuted on College charts as the highest independent entry, and went on to be certified gold by the RIAA — a significant accomplishment for an independent album. Meanwhile, the band kept touring and its fan base continued to grow. By allowing fans to tape shows for their personal use, DMB created a highly interactive community that continues in spirit today.

A high point in DMB’s career occurred on July 7-8, 2006 when the band performed back-to-back nights in historic Fenway Park with Sheryl Crow performing as support both evenings. Due to feedback and a high demand from fans, within weeks, the Fenway Park concerts were offered as Live Trax volume 6. 2006 was another year chock full of releases! In addition to the rush release of the Fenway Park shows, a show from 1995 and 1996 were pulled out of the vaults based on requests from fans to release older shows in the Live Trax series. Live Trax 5: 8.23.1995 Meadow Brook Music Festival, Rochester Hills, MI Live Trax 6: 7.7 – 7.8.2006 Fenway Park, Boston, MA Live Trax 7: 12.31.1996 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA DMB will be doing some globe trekking in 2007 with a return trip to Australia planned as well as a European tour.

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Aug
29
Sat
Farmers Market @ Steamboat Springs
Aug 29 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

The Steamboat Farmers Market is now in its 11th year, now located at the intersection of 7th and Yampa Street.  The market was moved to it new location in 2014 and has proven very successful for both vendors and shoppers with more than 80 booths, featuring local and regional foods and products.

The Market includes fresh produce, meats, cheese, baked goods, canned and prepared foods, plants and other consumables.  In addition, there is a limited number of handcrafted-by-the-vendor arts and crafts as well as several non-profit organizations participating.

Vendor registration for the market opens on January 15, 2015.  To register as a vendor, go to www.ManageMyMarket.com

 

The Market is held, rain or shine from 9am to 2 pm, every Saturday from June 13 to September 19, 2015. The Markets new location is at  7th Street and Yampa Street, near the river, in downtown Steamboat Springs.

For more information, email: [email protected] or call 970-846-1800.

DAVE MATTHEWS BAND @ Fiddler's Green
Aug 29 @ 7:00 pm

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The Dave Matthews Band formed in Charlottesville, Virginia, in early 1991, when vocalist/guitarist Dave Matthews decided to put some songs he had written on tape. Instead of simply recording himself with a guitar, he opted to bring in some instrumental help to give his musical ideas more depth. Dave found assistance in drummer Carter Beauford and saxophonist LeRoi Moore, who were both accomplished jazz musicians in the local Charlottesville music scene. Based on the recommendation of distinguished local jazz guru John D’earth, 16-year-old musical prodigy Stefan Lessard came on board to play bass. Completing the band was keyboard player Peter Griesar, who left the band after a couple of years, as well as the talented and classically trained violinist, Boyd Tinsley.

On November 9, 1993, DMB released its first album, Remember Two Things, on its Bama Rags label. The album was recorded live at The Muse Music Club on Nantucket Island, in August of 1993. The album debuted on College charts as the highest independent entry, and went on to be certified gold by the RIAA — a significant accomplishment for an independent album. Meanwhile, the band kept touring and its fan base continued to grow. By allowing fans to tape shows for their personal use, DMB created a highly interactive community that continues in spirit today.

A high point in DMB’s career occurred on July 7-8, 2006 when the band performed back-to-back nights in historic Fenway Park with Sheryl Crow performing as support both evenings. Due to feedback and a high demand from fans, within weeks, the Fenway Park concerts were offered as Live Trax volume 6. 2006 was another year chock full of releases! In addition to the rush release of the Fenway Park shows, a show from 1995 and 1996 were pulled out of the vaults based on requests from fans to release older shows in the Live Trax series. Live Trax 5: 8.23.1995 Meadow Brook Music Festival, Rochester Hills, MI Live Trax 6: 7.7 – 7.8.2006 Fenway Park, Boston, MA Live Trax 7: 12.31.1996 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA DMB will be doing some globe trekking in 2007 with a return trip to Australia planned as well as a European tour.

amt music notes

Sep
1
Tue
Missing Ending Book Club
Sep 1 all-day

MIddle and High School Book Club

Sep
2
Wed
Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado -Ruby & Horse Thief Canyon Canoe Trip
Sep 2 @ 9:00 am – Sep 6 @ 4:00 pm

Putting onto the river at Loma, Colorado this trip takes you down the Colorado River and through Ruby and Horsethief canyons.  This twenty-five mile long section of the Colorado is gorgeous flat water through a very scenic canyon known for its’ Bald Eagles, geologic formations and great camping.  Your canoe trip will be raft supported and designed, as are all BOEC trips, to be considerate of the abilities of all our participants.  There will be scheduled time for rest, relaxation and regeneration, which means lots of time for fun and community.  Outdoor Education standards such as basic canoeing and safety, minimum impact camping, natural history and other topics will be covered.  A great expedition for folks wanting to get away from it all but who cannot make the time commitment for a longer trip.

Included in trip:Food, river gear (including dry bags, canoes, paddles, life jackets), transportation during the program, river guides and quality instruction.  This trip will begin and end in Breckenridge, CO at the BOEC’s Scott Griffith Lodge.  Students will need to be dropped of at the BOEC’s Scott Griffith Lodge at 9 AM September 2 and picked up by 4 PM September 6.  It is also possible to arrange to meet our staff at the airport in Grand Junction Colorado if traveling from out of state.  Transportation assistance out of greater Denver, to and from Breckenridge, can be arranged through the BOEC for an additional cost of $100.00.

If you would like more information or would like to register for this program please contact Linda Heesch at the Brain Injury Alliance Colorado. 

Email : [email protected]

Phone: 303-562-0401

www.biacolorado.org

Sep
4
Fri
Breckenridge Labor Day Celebration
Sep 4 – Sep 7 all-day

Enjoy cool summer temperatures and exciting events like the Summit Foundation’s Rubber Duck Race, the annual Sidewalk Sale, the Gathering at the Great Divide Arts Festival and more. With so much going on, you’ll need an extra day to experience it all.

Jazz Aspen Snowmass Hozier & Fitz & The Tantrums @ Snowmass Town Park
Sep 4 @ 6:00 pm

Jazz Aspen Snowmass Hozier & Fitz & The Tantrums

Jazz Aspen Snowmass Hozier

 

 

 

 

Hozier

A unique and intelligent singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who cites James Joyce‘s Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, Leonard Cohen, John Lee Hooker, and community choral singing among his influences, Hozier (his stage and performing name) was born Andrew Hozier-Byrne on March 17, 1990 (which just so happened to be St. Patrick’s Day) in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. The son of a local blues musician, he literally grew up with the blues being played all around him. He joined his first band when he was 15, gravitating toward R&B, soul, gospel, and, of course, blues. Hozier started studying for a degree in music at Trinity College Dublin, where he was involved with the Trinity Orchestra, but dropped out in his first year to record demos for Universal Music. From 2009 to 2012, he sang with Anúna, an Irish choral group, and toured internationally. He released a solo EP, Take Me to Church, in 2013, and when a video for the powerful title track, which directly addresses gay discrimination in Russia, went viral on YouTube and Reddit, Hozier found himself with an international audience. A second EP, From Eden, appeared in the spring of 2014 and in September of that year, Columbia released his eponymous debut album. It reached the Top Ten of the charts in no less than 11 countries, and was quickly certified gold in Canada and Great Britain.

Fitz & The Tantrums

Led by songwriter Michael Fitzpatrick, Fitz & the Tantrums brew up a retro sound inspired by Motown and Stax Records. Fitzpatrick initially formed the Tantrums as a neo-soul solo project, having purchased an old church organ, and found that it helped inspire his songwriting. While recording a solo EP, he recruited an old college friend, James King, to add horn arrangements to the material. The lineup grew from there, with the Tantrums eventually becoming a co-ed septet. Songs for a Break Up, Vol. 1 marked the group’s first release in 2009, and Fitz & the Tantrums headed to South by Southwest the following year, stirring up some industry buzz in the process. In 2010, the band returned with its first full-length effort, Pickin’ Up the Pieces, featuring the single “MoneyGrabber.” In 2013, Fitz & the Tantrums delivered their second studio album, the Tony Hoffer-produced More Than Just a Dream.

 

 

Sep
5
Sat
Keystone Oktoberfest
Sep 5 all-day

Kicks up your heels and raise a stein with Colorado-brewed Oktoberfest beers, oompah bands and German fare that will make your mouth water! The kids zone will delight the littlest festival goers as all our events are truly…fun for the entire family.