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  1. Restaurant Week

    September 25, 2020 - October 4, 2020 @ Across the city

    SATISFYING A MOUNTAIN OF APPETITES During Steamboat's Restaurant Week, the best restaurants in town will be offering select menus and specials for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This annual culinary celebration is the perfect opportunity for food lovers to sample some of Steamboat’s finest local offerings. Reservations are recommended. Stay tuned for more information on the 2020 event.

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  2. Steamboat Springs Running Series - Emerald Mountain Trail Run

    September 26, 2020, 9:00 AM @ Emerald Mountain

    This race will serve as the end of the SSRS pointed season where series winners will be announced. Please be present to pick up awards. This race offers two distances on Emerald Mountain, 12k (ends up being closer to 7.75 miles long) and a 5k. This scenic course will begin at the base of Howelsen Hill and tour Emerald Mountain through aspen lined single track. Hikers are welcomed in the 12k. Distances: 12k (roughly 7.75 miles), 5k, Kids Run More information is available on the official Steamboat Springs Running Series website, which can be found using the link in event details below.

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  3. Farmers Market

    September 26, 2020, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ 7th & Yampa Streets

    The Farmers Market which traditionally ends mid-September will carry on for two additional weeks on Saturday, September 26 and Saturday, October 3, 2020. The market will run from 10am to 1pm and feature grocery items only. If conditions permit and vendor products remain available, the market will be on a week to week basis in October. Grocery items such as meat and fish, cheese, chicken, eggs, bakery and specialty food including salsa, honey and produce and plants are anticipated to be supplied by participating vendors. Information on the Steamboat Springs Farmers Market can be found on Mainstreet Steamboat web site at

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  4. Downtown Chili Challenge

    September 26, 2020, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ 7th & Yampa Street

    This local chili challenge is a Steamboat Springs tradition. Restaurants and citizens alike have been battling for the distinction of having the best chili in town for decades! The panel of expert judges will conduct blind tastings to determine the best of each category, but the real competition is for our People’s Choice Award. Attendees can purchase a tasting kit for $10 and cast their vote for their favorite. If tasting the best chili in town is not enough for you, dance to music by local musicians at the 2020 Downtown Chili Challenge. Play some yard games, enjoy an adult beverage or try your hand at roping. You can also cheer on our local boy Scout troop as they encourage their calf to poop in just the right spot at the annual Muffin Plop. All proceeds from the Plop benefit the Boy Scouts.

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  5. Steamboat Conversations-Bilingual & Newcomer Programs

    September 30, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Online

    Over the past few years, the Steamboat Springs School District has seen an increase in students enrolling who are both new to the country and new to English. The program allows students to build a foundation in English while learning the same content as their peers. The goal is to get students to fluency, after which they are provided continued monitoring and support. While most of the students are from Mexico, the program also serves students from Central and South America as well as West Africa, Asia and the Middle East. The program also includes classes on culture — helping the students understand their new environment — both the culture of the U.S. and the Yampa Valley.

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  6. Organic Waste Compost Collection

    September 30, 2020, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Howelsen Park

    A pilot project launched a new way to compost organic waste for residential and business customers through a unique partnership between Innovative Regeneration Colorado (IRC) and the City of Steamboat Springs. Program participants will drop-off organic waste in buckets provided by the program every week at the Rodeo Grounds. The drive-through collection site will take the buckets, weigh them, dump the organic waste into IRC’s containers and then return the bucket to customers so that the next week’s material can be collected. Staffed by IRC’s Feed for Seed personnel, the mobile collection will be available every Wednesday from 4pm to 6pm, starting July 15. So far, approximately twenty participants have enrolled in the pilot program which spans residents and businesses. For more information on the composting program, contact IRC’s Feed For Seed team at 970.396.6626 or by email at

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