SNOWMASS BASE VILLAGE TO HOST ARTISAN MARKET ON FRIDAYS, BEGINNING JULY 10

Market to Bring Shoppers and Vendors to Snowmass, Live Music All Evening
The Collective Snowmass Après Artisan Markets will return for the summer beginning Friday (7-10) at The Rink in Snowmass Base Village. The markets will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. on Fridays through August and feature a diverse mix of original art, photography, collectibles, handmade jewelry, astrology, fresh produce and clothing unique to the Snowmass/Aspen area. Additionally, local-favorite DJ Tenza will be spinning tunes throughout the evening. Snowmass Base Village Plaza and Events Manager Dawn Blasberg said she hopes the market will become a weekly must-do for locals and visitors to the area. “We’re lucky to have such a great outdoor space and opportunity to provide local businesses with an outlet to sell a variety of items,” said Blasberg. “This is the perfect afternoon activity. Grab a drink from mix6 or The Limelight and shop local while purchasing gifts for yourself or someone else.” Current vendors include:Aspen Hat Lady: Susan Carrolan Millinery designs handcrafted women’s and men’s hats using traditional millinery techniques emphasizing detailed construction with only the finest materialsBolea Chocolate: Sustainably harvested, ethically sourced amazing chocolates from FijiClothing by Beth Olsen: Comfortable and elegant hemp and cotton lightweight summer shirts and dressesColor Your Own: T-shirt creations with fabric markers to make the T-shirt your ownDomingo Sausage Co: Homemade, locally produced sausage and meatsEvoke Women: Handbags, face masks, clothing and accessoriesFairy Gardens and Succulents: Make your own creation or purchase unique succulents for your homeFoot Foundation: Change the way you think about your feet and you’ll change your lifeGrowing Tall Farm: A local farm from Emma, Colo. featuring fresh fruits and vegetablesKate Flynn Designs: A collection of handcrafted jewelry made from wirework, knotting, metalwork and metalsmithingRising Sun Photography: Stunning photography celebrating the mountains, wildlife, rivers, action and moreStraight Line Studio: Base Village’s only art studio featuring a variety of mediums created by owner Kelly Peters and local artistsThe Aspen Initiatives: Tarot and astrology consultationsKidtoons: Face painting and glitter tattoos In addition to the market, The Collective is offering plenty of activities to keep you coming back to Base Village this summer, including outdoor yoga, outdoor movies, community bingo, chess club and more. The free Game Lounge is open from 3 to 9 p.m. Thursday through Sunday and lawn games, such as cornhole or giant Connect 4, can be checked out at the Game Lounge. All activities are subject to change due to inclement weather or COVID-19 regulations and procedures. A full listing of activities is available at thecollectivesnowmass.com; current COVID regulations and guidelines for each event and details that will be helpful for visitors to the area can be found here, too. The Collective Snowmass and The Rink are located in Base Village, adjacent to the Limelight Hotel Snowmass. Parking is free for the summer in the Snowmass Base Village parking structure or free shuttles run from the Rodeo Lot, Intercept Lot and Aspen throughout the day. Click here for a schedule.  For more information, visit thecollectivesnowmass.com or contact Blasberg at 970-924-6054 or via email at [email protected].

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