Snowmass Rodeo celebrates 45 years of Western family entertainment
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Snowmass Rodeo celebrates 45 years of Western family entertainment

Snowmass Village The Snowmass Rodeo celebrates a landmark 45 years this summer season. One of the longest running rodeos in Colorado, the Snowmass Rodeo occurs every Wednesday, rain or shine, from June 13-August 22, 2018, including on the Fourth of July. The true Colorado Western experience includes competitions such as Saddle Bronc and Bull Riding, Team … Continue reading

Affordable family spring break adventures await in Colorado
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Affordable family spring break adventures await in Colorado

DENVER Spring in Colorado offers sunshine, powder, ideal temperatures and a wide array of spring break deals for family adventures throughout the state. From swooshing down the slopes of iconic resorts such as Aspen or Vail or some of Colorado’s gem resorts such as Purgatory and Monarch Mountain to indulging in a true western experience … Continue reading

Colorado’s renowned and under-the-radar festivals in 2018
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Colorado’s renowned and under-the-radar festivals in 2018

DENVER – One of the most exciting times to visit Colorado is when its destinations are bustling with festival excitement. Colorado offers a variety of not-to-miss events throughout the year, some well known, such as the infamous Great American Beer Festival in Denver or Wintersköl in Aspen and some under the radar such as the … Continue reading

Celebrate winter season in Colorado with new events, attractions, lodging, more
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Celebrate winter season in Colorado with new events, attractions, lodging, more

DENVER Colorado is heading into a winter filled with new offerings for visitors. From soaring down the mountain year-round on four new mountain coasters, skiing 468 acres of new terrain at Arapahoe Basin and celebrating Snowmass’ 50th anniversary, to exciting hotel and restaurant openings and unique packages and experiences, Colorado is filled with winter fun … Continue reading

Colorado offers unique crafted offerings at workshops, tasting rooms, retail spots
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Colorado offers unique crafted offerings at workshops, tasting rooms, retail spots

DENVER The Maker’s movement, in many ways, is a celebration of the feeling that comes with putting your mind and hands to work creating something: an idea, a piece of art, delicious food or healing remedies. And, it’s no wonder that the movement is alive and thriving in Colorado. Curiosity and inspiration are bred by … Continue reading

Rural Colorado communities chosen for second round of Blueprint 2.0 initiatives
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Rural Colorado communities chosen for second round of Blueprint 2.0 initiatives

Program Designed to Support Local Efforts to Boost Economies DENVER Stephanie Copeland, executive director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) along with local economic development professionals from around the state, gathered in Meeker today to announce the recipients of the second round of the Colorado Blueprint 2.0 initiatives. “Blueprint 2.0 … Continue reading

State Historical Fund awards over $4.5 million in grants to ‘preserve Colorado’s past, invest in its future’
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State Historical Fund awards over $4.5 million in grants to ‘preserve Colorado’s past, invest in its future’

DENVER The History Colorado State Historical Fund (SHF) is awarding $4,568,138 in historic preservation grants to projects across Colorado. These grants provide essential funding for projects such as historic structure assessments, education programs, archaeological projects, and physical work to preserve and restore historic buildings and places. SHF grants help communities preserve their historic resources and … Continue reading