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Upcoming Events

All Day

Don’t miss out on this annual event. Registration deadline is July 24th. Contact Romeros Restaurant for more information.

 Located at Ball Field at Visitors Center

August 4th & 5th

7pm

It’s really a thrill to hear and see the festival chorus perform and celebrate harmony in Silverton!

The Silverton Barbershop Music Festival, which has been going on for more than 25 years now, brings together singers from all over the Rocky Mountain District, but especially those from the Western Slope cities–Montrose Black Canyon Chorus, the Grand Junction Bookcliff Chorus, the Farmington Four Corners Harmony Chorus, and the Durango Narrow Gaugers Chorus.

The big public event of the weekend is a show at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug 4th, which features the Festival Chorus of about 75 singers, as well as area quartets and chapter choruses. Hear popular songs such as Sweet Adeline, Dream a Little Dream, and Battle Hymn of the Republic. There is no admission charge for this public show.

all-day

Don’t miss out on this annual event. Registration deadline is July 24th. Contact Romeros Restaurant for more information.

 Located at Ball Field at Visitors Center

August 4th & 5th

All Day

Celebrate Silverton’s mining heritage at this annual three-day competition. There are events for men, women, and children and range from horseshoes, hand mucking, machine drilling, tug-of-war, arm wrestling, and much more.

Children’s events are on Friday. Some evening activities, including live music.
Food, beer and other beverages are sold on site. Concessions benefit the Fire Department. Come cheer on the competitors and help keep our mining heritage alive!

7pm

36th Annual Great Western Rocky Mountain Brass Band Festival

Authentic arrangements played in an astounding manner with Paul Maybery conducting. Free brass band concerts, featuring musicians from all over the country.

Concert times are as follows:
Friday, August 10th: 7:00pm
Saturday, August 11th: 12 noon and 7:00pm
Sunday, August 12th: 12 noon
Seating in gym will begin one hour prior to concert.

Please be aware that the Concerts are now held in the Silverton School gym, not at Kendall Mountain Recreation Area.

 

12pm & 7pm

36th Annual Great Western Rocky Mountain Brass Band Festival

Authentic arrangements played in an astounding manner with Paul Maybery conducting. Free brass band concerts, featuring musicians from all over the country.

Concert times are as follows:
Friday, August 10th: 7:00pm
Saturday, August 11th: 12 noon and 7:00pm
Sunday, August 12th: 12 noon
Seating in gym will begin one hour prior to concert.

Please be aware that the Concerts are now held in the Silverton School gym, not at Kendall Mountain Recreation Area.

 

All Day

Celebrate Silverton’s mining heritage at this annual three-day competition. There are events for men, women, and children and range from horseshoes, hand mucking, machine drilling, tug-of-war, arm wrestling, and much more.

Children’s events are on Friday. Some evening activities, including live music.
Food, beer and other beverages are sold on site. Concessions benefit the Fire Department. Come cheer on the competitors and help keep our mining heritage alive!

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12pm

36th Annual Great Western Rocky Mountain Brass Band Festival

Authentic arrangements played in an astounding manner with Paul Maybery conducting. Free brass band concerts, featuring musicians from all over the country.

Concert times are as follows:
Friday, August 10th: 7:00pm
Saturday, August 11th: 12 noon and 7:00pm
Sunday, August 12th: 12 noon
Seating in gym will begin one hour prior to concert.

Please be aware that the Concerts are now held in the Silverton School gym, not at Kendall Mountain Recreation Area.

 

All Day

Celebrate Silverton’s mining heritage at this annual three-day competition. There are events for men, women, and children and range from horseshoes, hand mucking, machine drilling, tug-of-war, arm wrestling, and much more.

Children’s events are on Friday. Some evening activities, including live music.
Food, beer and other beverages are sold on site. Concessions benefit the Fire Department. Come cheer on the competitors and help keep our mining heritage alive!

5pm - 8pm

Come sample food and beverages from Silverton’s local restaurants.    Live music!

 

Tickets sold in the Silverton Area Chamber of Commerce tent.

9AM - 5PM

Silverton Innovation Expo

August 28 - 30

The Silverton Innovation Expo is a gathering focused on the exploration of creative new solutions to a host of mining and reclamation issues. The inaugural year of the Expo will be a meeting of the minds, bringing together industry representatives, government agencies, scientists, nonprofits and citizens to explore the need for innovation through expert presentations, networking opportunities, poster sessions and field tours of active reclamation sites. For more information visit http://www.mountainstudies.org/expo

 

9am - 8pm

Silverton Innovation Expo

August 28 - 30

The Silverton Innovation Expo is a gathering focused on the exploration of creative new solutions to a host of mining and reclamation issues. The inaugural year of the Expo will be a meeting of the minds, bringing together industry representatives, government agencies, scientists, nonprofits and citizens to explore the need for innovation through expert presentations, networking opportunities, poster sessions and field tours of active reclamation sites. For more information visit http://www.mountainstudies.org/expo

 

 

9 am - 12 pm

Silverton Innovation Expo

August 28 - 30

The Silverton Innovation Expo is a gathering focused on the exploration of creative new solutions to a host of mining and reclamation issues. The inaugural year of the Expo will be a meeting of the minds, bringing together industry representatives, government agencies, scientists, nonprofits and citizens to explore the need for innovation through expert presentations, networking opportunities, poster sessions and field tours of active reclamation sites. For more information visit http://www.mountainstudies.org/expo

 

 

All Day

Western movies filmed in and around Silverton in the late 1940s and 1950s will be shown over Labor Day weekend during the 6th Annual Silverton Western Movie Festival.

Times and Movies to be announced. The event is a fundraiser for the Silverton Standard & the Miner newspaper.