Throw a jacket and mittens on while sporting some snowshoes on this unique take on the walk-for-a-cure formula. This time, enjoy the beauty of Summit County while showing your support in beating cancel.
Learn more about Susan G. Komen Colorado Snowshoe for the Cure at Stomp Out Cancer.
Grandpa Bredo turns 109 years old this year and is chilling in Nederland, Colorado - literally. He died in 1989 in Norway but through a variety of circumstances his body found its way to a maintained frozen state in the small Colorado mountain city. Now the city celebrates his residency with the Frozen Dead Guy Days. There's live music, craft brews, bacon, coffin races, and many more activities you'll wish you could freeze in time.
Learn more about the Frozen Dead Guy Days at Encino Man.
Ask any native Coloradan and they will tell you that the best part of skiing/riding is après (drinks and apps after a hard day on the slopes). The Subaru WinterFest at Copper Mountain is a festival combining live music, s'mores, and giveaways.
Learn more about the Subaru WinterFest at Après Ski.
This is the 5th annual Durango Ragtime & Early Jazz Festival and you don't want to miss it! There will be dance lessons, music lessons (put on by the performers), dueling pianos, late night parties, and, of course, plenty of live music. While you're at it, enjoy the Old West feel of Durango with wonderful restaurants and beautiful mountain views.
Learn more about the Durango Ragtime & Early Jazz Festival at: Ragtime.
The Force is strong with Disney and its revamped Star Wars Universe. Whether you're a total Jedi nerd or simply have an appreciation for pop culture you'll find astounding enjoyment in this presentation. See Obi-Wan's original lightsaber, the intentional costuming of various characters, and even an Ewok. Geek out and learn about the series that changed film-making history.
Learn more about Star Wars and the Power of Costume at: I Am Your Father.
What did we miss? Let us know of any other amazing things to do in Colorado in March 2017.