Autumn's picks for July 1


¤ COG and the Foggy Mountain (Foggers)
When: 10 p.m.
Where: Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant
Cost: Free
Call: 871-6277
Why you should go: Rumor is that COG has a new singer.

¤ Strings in the Mountains: Brent Rowan and Friends with Hal Ketchum and Leslie Satcher
When: 8 p.m.
Where: Music Festival Park
Cost: $35
Call: 879-5056
Why you should go: When Nashville comes to you, you should at least go to the door to see who it is.

¤ Seminars at Steamboat: "Barbecue Grills and the Future of America: How Our Stratifying as a Society is Affecting Lifestyles and Politics" by The New York Times columnist David Brooks
When: 5 p.m.
Where: Centennial Hall
Cost: Free
Why you should go: Find out how our stratifying as a society is affecting your lifestyle and politics.
Monday (Fourth of July)
¤ Alpen Brass Patriotic Community Concert
When: After the parade (about 11 a.m.)
Where: In front of Tread of Pioneers Museum, 800 Oak St.
Cost: Free
Why you should go: If your self-esteem is low after not being able to catch a Frisbee or some candy at the parade, it's probably time for a hot dog or a Routt beer float.


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