Explore the fascinating history of Glenwood Springs at the Frontier Historical Museum.
Exhibits feature Doc Holliday, Buffalo Bill Cody, Theodore Roosevelt and Kid Curry as well as, the Utes, mining, skiing, rocks and minerals and more.
Archives and photo collection available by appointment. Visit the museum store for books on Glenwood history, old fashioned toys and, maps, t-shirts, photographs and souvenirs. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors and $2 for children.
LIve music at Trattoria Dionisia
Free live music happens every Friday night starting Jan. 30 by family band Painters Stage at 7 p.m. at the restaurant Trattoria Dionisia.
Local artists and songwriters play gypsy music along with a wide selection of covers.
For more information, visit http://trattoriadionisia.com
A brilliant local “to do” every weekend in Historic Downtown Glenwood Springs is the Cooper Wine & Spirits free tastings from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday & Saturday evenings.
Stop by, and expand your tastes. Every weekend features a different variety of hand selected wines, craft beers or Colorado spirits.
Hypnotherapy at Hotel Colorado
While relaxing at the Hotel Colorado and repairing body and mind with the rejuvinating powers of the Glenwood Hot Springs, round out the day with a de-stressing hypnotherapy session with Camille Lione, CHT.
Hypnotherapy focuses on any challenge and each session is tailored to a specific need. The therapy is promoted for de-stressing, deep restful sleep, weight loss and any other area that needs improvement.
Sessions are available at the International Hypnotherapy, LLC office located on the ground floor of The Hotel Colorado. Guests of the hotel are entitled to a one-hour session for $80 which includes an audio CD. Lione is a certified clinical hypnotherapist and a past life regressionist. In 2002 she graduated from the Hypnotherapy Academy of America in Santa Fe, NM. She now has a private practice near Aspen. Her work is endorsed by The Center of Being, Inc., Woodstock, New York. Call to check availability before booking the package: 970-379-0292. Call for questions or email Camille@CamilleLione.com
It would be really hard to spark a wildfire anywhere near Vail Mountain or Beaver Creek right now. Still, unattended campfires will always draw attention.