Videos for December 2011

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New Year's Eve fireworks show

The Steamboat Ski Area put on a fireworks display on New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve torchlight parade

The Steamboat Ski Area's annual New Year's Eve torchlight parade with skiers and snowboarders took place Dec. 31, 2011.

Steamboat Gravity Center

David Scully gives Steamboat Today's Harper Louden the facts about the new Steamboat Gravity alternative youth and community center at 3rd and Lincoln plus the huge moving sale going on now at David Chase Rugs and Furniture.

Ski and Bike Kare

Derek Hobson of Ski and Bike Kare on 5th and Lincoln talks about the best skis for the conditions on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

UPS Store

Ted Carey of The UPS Store in Central Park Plaza suggests letting him pack up your gear for the trip home on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Missed the Boat hits the Steamboat Stage

Steamboat's own Missed the Boat performed live for a Gondola Square crowd Wednesday afternoon

Steamboat's Sydney Bauknecht steps up her game

The senior Sailors basketball player is finding success on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball.

FM Light and Sons

Del Lockhart, owner of FM Light and Sons, and Old Gringo representative Buzz Richmond bring in their specialty boots to showcase on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Stars at Night

Patti Kauf of the The Foundation of the Steamboat Spring Winter Sports Club stops by the Steamboat Today morning show with soccer Hall of Famer Marcelo Balboa to talk about the Stars at Night event this Thursday.

Off the Beaten Path

Ron Krall of Off the Beaten Path Bookstore has storytime with Harper Louden on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

One Stop Ski shop

John Kole of One Stop Ski Shop brings his years of ski expertise to the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Stars at Night

Jennifer Michele puts last minute touches on the glamorous Stars at Night event planned for this Thursday. Get the details on today's Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Smartwool

Field Marketing Manager Gardner Flanigan talks layering with Smartwool products on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Steamboat moose

Steamboat tv 18's Mitch Globe recently shot this video of a moose and her two calves in Steamboat Springs.

Community Christmas Dinner

Ulrich Salzgaber invites everyone to the Board of Realtors Community Christmas Dinner during the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

The Hungry Dog

Brad Sommers, owner of The Hungry Dog, has a big announce about his expanding business on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Jill Waldman, The Main Event

Jill Waldman blogs on everything from how to decorate to easy recipes and today she stops by the Steamboat Today morning show with some last minute holiday ideas.

Surefoot

Seth Mathey of Surefoot has many ways to keep you warm on the slopes this winter and he tells Steamboat Today's morning show all about it.

World Citizens

Jeff Price and Maggie Cane rehearse a World Citizens track in Steamboat Springs. The duo will perform at the Ugly Sweater Christmas Formal, which begins at 9 p.m. Friday at Sweetwater Grill.

Chanukah

Paula Salky gives the gift of the season with Chanukah stories for Steamboat Today's Harper Louden.

Steamboat Fly Fisher

Tim Kirkpatrick of Steamboat Fly Fisher at 5th and Yampa explains to Steamboat Today's Harper Louden that fly fishing isn't just for the summer in Steamboat.

Fleischer Sport

Chad Fleischer stops by the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden with the newest goggles you have to have - only available at Fleischer Sport.

In the frosty air

Steamboat Ski Area snowmakers help keep the slopes white.

Steamboat Ski and Bike Kare

Derek Hobson of Steamboat Ski and Bike Kare shows Steamboat Today's Harper Louden the ski instructor's dream ski from the rental fleet at the downtown store.

The Movement

Director Greg Hamilton and Julie Taulman of STARS (Steamboat Adaptive Recreation Sports) prepare Steamboat Today's Harper Louden for a screening of The Movement narrated by Warren Miller and Robert Redford planned for January 10 at Wildhorse Cinemas.

Stars at Night

Patti Kauf and Jennifer Michele talk about the variety of athletes coming from across the country for the December 29 Stars at Night event on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

White Pepper

Mandy Leep, owner of White Pepper, brings in some last minute gift ideas to the set of the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Off the Beaten Path Bookstore

Ron Krall kicks of the holidays Off the Beaten Path Bookstore style on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Fleischer Sport

Two-time Olympian Chad Fleischer stops by the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden to discuss weather, shopping and his expert ski tips.

Stars

Craig Kennedy, Program Director for STARS brings in birthday boy Kyle and Fiona to the Steamboat Today mornings show to talk about the benefits the program has on locals and visitors.

Smartwool

Gardner Flanigan of local company Smartwool offers gift ideas for any price range and any body on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

HotSteamboatDeals.com

Matt Anderson of HotSteamboatDeals.com explains details of the online deals and the 12 Deals of Christmas on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Steamboat Ski and Sport

Steamboat Ski and Sport's Mike O'Brien offers a special demo deal for people who say "I saw it on TV 18" and stop by the mountain shop today. Tune in to his Steamboat Today morning show interview for details.

Stars at Night

Chad Fleischer and Patty Kauf talk about the December 29th Stars at Night event benefiting the Foundation of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club with Steamboat Today's Harper Louden.

Children's Hospital Burn Camp Program in Steamboat

The Children's Hospital Burn Camp Program brought teens from across the country to Steamboat Springs to share their experiences and have fun on the slopes.

Sailors' Jake Miller develops

Jake Miller's progression has made him an asset for the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team.

Zero Waste Party Packs

The Yampa Valley Sustainability Council is selling Zero Waste Party Packs, kits that allow people to host zero-waste parties during the holidays.

34th annual Community Holiday Party at Howelsen Hill

Families gathered at Howelsen Hill on Tuesday night for tubing, games and other holiday fun during the city's 34th annual Community Holiday Party.

Stars at Night

Jennifer Michele and Renee Fleischer stops by the Steamboat Today morning show to chat with Harper Louden about the Stars at Night event on December 29.

Steamboat Meat and Seafood

Bill and Lauren Hamil of Steamboat Meat and Seafood talk about holiday platters and catering and new gift baskets on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Yampa Valley Singers rehearsal

The Yampa Valley Singers rehearse Monday night to get ready for its Tuesday night performance of Handel's "Messiah." The choir will perform its annual holiday concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church of Steamboat Springs.

Horseback riders in Steamboat's Safeway

Three Routt County residents ventured into Safeway on horseback the evening of Dec. 11. Their presence shocked customers and upset the store manager.

Fleischer Sport

Torre Saterstrom and Darren Rountree of Fleischer Sport talk about GoPro rentals at the mountain shop while on the Steamboat Today morning show with host Harper Louden.

Off the Beaten Path Bookstore

Ron Krall, owner of Off the Beaten Path Bookstore talks to Steamboat Today's Harper Louden about the e-book trends.

STARS

Julie Taulman and Craig Kennedy announce the STARS (Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports) movie event on January 10 on this morning's Steamboat Today show with Harper Louden.

Horse and rider in downtown bar Dec. 11

A woman entered Old Town Pub in downtown Steamboat Springs on horseback the night of Dec. 11. A resulting altercation outside eventually led to the arrest of a 44-year-old Steamboat Springs man.

Smartwool

Gardner Flanigan chats about first layers during this morning's Smartwool segment on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

"Long Journey Home" by Heather Ross

Heather Ross, a photographer and musician, took these photos as well as wrote and recorded the song, called "Long Journey Home." (c)(p) 2011.Fly Girl Music, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Winch cats

With an increasing number of people hiking at the Steamboat Ski Area, officials urge people to use caution around the winch cats.

"Long Journey Home"

Heather Ross, a photographer and musician, took these photos as well as wrote and ecorded the song, called "Long Journey Home." (c)(p) 2011.Fly Girl Music, LLC.All Rights Reserved.

Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation

Dave Poussard and mini-snowboarders Ashley and Zoe tell Steamboat Today's Harper Louden about the new Burton Riglet Snowboard Park and the Bandits program for young snowboarders.

Ambrose Richardson

Richard Boersma, pen name Ambrose Richardson, talks details of his book signing this weekend for Brutal Devotion and Crossing the Borderline on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

"Honeymoon at Graveside Manor"

Hayden High School students rehearse a scene from the mystery-comedy production "Honeymoon at Graveside Manor." Performances are 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the high school with a matinee at 1 p.m. Saturday, and tickets are $5 to $10.

Lil' Rodeo pipe

The Lil' Rodeo terrain park's half-pipe opened Wednesday at the base of Steamboat Ski Area. Terrain park manager Nick Roma talks about features being built at the other parks.

Off the Beaten Path Bookstore

Ron Krall, owner of Off the Beaten Path Bookstore drops by the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden for an update on what is happening at the downtown store.

Wintry wisdom

Steamboat Springs residents give tips about how to stay warm in the cold weather.

White Pepper

Mandy Leep celebrates the one year anniversary of White Pepper with giveaways and a fashion show but today she is on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden showing off some holiday styles.

Truffle Pig

Truffle Pig Chef George Morris sits down with Harper Louden on the Steamboat Today morning show and talks about the the menu at the new mountain area restaurant.

Steamboat Chamber Resort Association

Tom Kern and Matt Wilcox of the Steamboat Chamber Resort Association talk about the Event Sponsorship and PR/Media Marketing Day coming up Thursday on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Smartwool

Need to know the best Smartwool sock to own? Gardner Flanigan from Smartwool stops by the Steamboat Today morning show to tell Harper Louden what he thinks.

Tea for Tots

Alana Yankowitz and Teri Wall are asking for your help at the Tea for Tots event at K Saari Gallery December 6. Get the details on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.

Opening day at Howelsen HIll

The historic ski hill offered a community appreciation day as a thank you for supporting the Howelsen Hill Centennial Campaign,

Winds cause damage throughout Steamboat Springs

Strong, sustained winds tore roofs off buildings, toppled trees, took down street signs and closed Steamboat Ski Area on Thursday morning.

Stars and Night

Patty Kauff and Caroline Lalive talk about the Stars at Night fashion show December 29th benefiting the Steamboat Springs Winter Sport Club on the Steamboat Today morning show with Harper Louden.