December First Friday – Magic of the Mountains
The Mayor will light the lights at Town Hall at 5:30, Girl Scouts will be singing and shops will be open until 7pm with specials and lots of holiday spirit.
Becoming an annual tradition, December’s First Friday kicks off the holiday season, and is followed by the Holiday Mountain Market on Saturday and Sunday. The market features over 40 local venders with their hand-made and locally made art and gifts.
The Alpaca Store and More… 30 West Boulder Street
Nothing is warmer than Alpaca! Take advantage of a 10% discount.
Carousel of Happiness 20 Lakeview Drive
Bring by a non-perishable (not expired!) food item for the Nederland Food Pantry and ride for FREE!!
Kathmandu Restaurant 110 N. Jefferson Street
Get a FREE warm, yummy Chai with the purchase of an entree during First Friday.
Mountain Man Outdoor Store 20 Lakeview Drive
Shop during First Friday and get a 15% discount! Treat yourself to something warm and cozy.
Mountain People’s Co-op 30 East First Street
Shop for unique gifts while sampling a warm beverage and yummy co-op snacks. While you are there learn more about the Co-op and becoming a member or volunteer.. or both.
Salto Coffee Works 112 E Second Street
Join us for new work from Laurence Delaunay. She painted the flowers behind the barista counter that everyone keeps complimenting. Meet the artist and see more of her work. Music from, the CBD’s. Lite appetizers and happy hour prices on drinks.
Visitor Center 1 West First Street
Check out the visitor center, pick up some brochures and area information. 10% off all merchandise the night of First Friday
Wild Bear Mountain Ecology Center 20 Lakeview Drive
Stop by Wild Bears gift shop for truly unique gift items. Pet a turtle. Support your community nature center.
Wild Mountain Smokehouse and Brewery 70 East First Street
Wild Mountain is showing Photography by Roger Doak. He is an awarding winning photographer who used scenic beauty of the Gunnison Valley as the impetus for his interest in photography and the challenge of learning to capture it all on film. A local favorite and 1st place winner at the High Peaks Art Festival.