Summer Music Series for August
Friday, August 3rd – Headliner – Selwyn Birchwood
Opener – AJ Fullerton BandWith his fiery guitar and lap steel playing, his trailblazing, instantly memorable songs and gritty, unvarnished vocals, Selwyn Birchwood is among the most extraordinary young stars in the blues.The Details
GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY ONE CONCERT AT A TIME
The Montrose Summer Music Series at the Black Canyon Golf Course
Music Series dates are the firs... read more
Just because you’re in wine country doesn’t mean there’s nothing else to drink. Grand Junction, Colorado has locally crafted beers and spirits to suit a variety of tastes. The state of Colorado is home to one of the country's most prolific craft brewing movements and the Grand Valley is no exception.
Grand Junction has some of the best local craft beers. Some of our favorite brewery's are; Kannah Creek Brewing Co., Rockslide Brew Co., Edgewater Brewery, or Palisade Brewery.
If you pr... read more
The Downtown Farmers’ Market is summertime’s signature event in Grand Junction, and is a showcase of farm products from the Western Slope and around Colorado. The Downtown Farmers’ Market is a summer-long community event series drawing an estimated 5,000 visitors per week.
Free parking is available in the parking garage on Rood between 4th and 5th Streets. Remember, per City ordinance, no pets are allowed at Downtown events.Downtown Farmers Market is every Thursday evening starting at 5:30 pm... read more
Need some idea's to get out of the heat that isn't the public pools with big crowds? Here's a few idea's that isn't your everyday go-to summer plans.FLOAT THE COLORADO RIVER
We have a majestic river flowing through our backyard! Utilize this awesome piece of nature to get some relief from the heat. Grab your friends, a couple inner tubes and hit the river. Make sure to take plenty of water, some good snacks and behave yourself.
GO TO IMONDI WAKE ZONE This all new water wake park is for sure to be a... read more
This summer, make your backyard an inviting space for entertaining friends and family
or simply a space to relax under the stars.
Just adding neutral tones, modern accent furniture and organic texture
to your space can make your own backyard feel like a resort.
Keeping your design elements earthy and natural
will bring a light and airy feel to even the smallest of outdoor spaces.
Paper & Stitch Blog
If you don't currently treat your outdoor area like an extended living space... read more