The Pines, East Village PUD, Lot 32
Ute Place, Lot 5
Ute, Lot 4
1430 Sierra Vista
Meadowood, Lot 8, Block 2, Filing 1
Clarendon Condominiums, Unit 5
Residences at The Little Nell
Snowmass Villages is host to the weekly Snowmass Rodeo, held in the lower village rodeo grounds every Wednesday during the summer.
Pre rodeo events, including a western bbq provided by the Hickory House start at 5:00pm and the rodeo begins at 7:00pm.
General Admission is $18 for adults, and $15 for children
The Hickory House western bbq buffet is $18
For more information visit www.snowmassrodeo.org
Due to declining numbers of foreign travellers into the United States, The Travel Promotion Act of 2009 (TPA) is being proposed to help increase tourism revenue and reduce the national budget deficit by $425 million by 2019 if the bill is singed into law according to the congressional budget office.
The TPA would create a non profit within the Department of Commerce devoted to marketing tourism. The organization is funded by a $10 per person fee on those visiting America from out of the country, and that money would be matched by private travel promotion companies.
Colorado senator Udall said the bill will likely encourage more non-winter tourism in the mountain towns of Colorado, also mentioning his favorite summer pastimes like rafting, hiking and climbing.
The Silver Queen Gondola on Aspen Mountain is open for the summer season. The gondola runs daily from 10am-4pm. Enjoy lunch at the Sundeck (open daily 11am-3pm) or bluegrass music on Sundays along with a large list of other activities available for people of all ages. For a full list visit www.aspensnowmass.com
There is a new location for valley farmer's and craftsmen to sell their goods. The first Basalt farmer's market last Sunday, June 21st, and was a huge success with over forty vendors. The Basalt market will run every Sunday from 9am-2pm in the downtown area.
For more information visit: www.basaltsundaymarket.com
This weekend is not only the official start to summer, but for Aspentites, it is traditionally the kick of to our summer season of festivities. This weekend, June 19-21 is both the Jazz Aspen Snowmass music festival and the Food & Wine Classic. The weather is finally sunny and warm and people are starting to flood into town for the flurry of activity. For more information on these events and events throughout the summer, visit the following websites:
Morrow Wingo Junction Ranch Subdivision, Lot 1
Chateau Snow, Unit 101
Chateau Roaring Fork, Unit 30
Aspen Historic Cottages, Unit B1
Residences at the Little Nell, Unit F203
210 Cooper, Unit 1A
Residences at the Little Nell, Unit F304
Meadowood, Lot 7, Block 1
Stage Road PUD, Lot 7
The summer bus schedule is now in effect throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. The Galena Street and Cross Town, and Woody Creek shuttles have resumed their routes. Late-night service on in town shuttles has also returned. Free rides between Aspen and Snowmass run every 30 minutes through 12:30am. Music School routes begin June 16 and the shuttles to and from the music tent will run before and after performances.
The Maroon Bells Bus Tour starts on June 20; the charge on Wednesdays only will be$3. The Maroon Creek Road (Highlands direct) route has been eliminated, as has the Bike Bus Express and ZipLine.
For more information, contact Rubey Park bus information, 925-8484, or www.rfta.com.
The cancellation of flights at Aspen Airport was 8% this past winter, compared to 11% last year and 13% the winter of 2006/2007. Airlines servicing the small mountain airport are ramping up their overall service and performance. More than 64% of flights were on time this winter compared to 60% last year. Bill Tomcich, president of Stay Aspen Snowmass reports that "By my calculations, the total number of passengers impacted by canceled flights this year was reduced by more than 40 percent, with nearly 6,000 fewer passengers being impacted this year.”