April 2019 Calendar of Events

    April in Crested Butte

     

    It’s hard to believe it’s already April and the ski season is ending soon. It’s been an amazing season with almost 300 inches of snow. Big snow years not only make for great skiing, but our summer season will have much needed moisture and the wildflowers will be amazing! As you see from the picture below….we have awhile before it all melts!

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    April Activities:

    April 4th – Watercolor and Wine
    Come to the Art Studio and sip wine while learning step by step instructions to paint watercolor.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    April 6th – Landshark Pond Skim
    One of the best end of season events. Do you have what it takes? Fun starts at 2:00pm.

     

     

    April 6th – 7th – SkiTown Breakdown
    Free end of season concerts. April 6th – The Main Squeeze at the Adventure Park tent, show starts at 4:00pm. April 7th – Chall 2na and the Cut Chemist at the Adventure Park Tent, show starts at 3:30pm.

    April 6th – Historic Walking Tour
    Last walking tour of the season! Meet in front of the Crested Butte Heritage Museum at 2:00pm.

    April 18th – Film Festival Presents; Andy Irons, Kissed by Gods
    Andy Irons was a three time world surfing champion and working class hero of Kauai. Learn his untold story of bipolar disorder and opioid and alcohol addiction.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    April 28th – Pole, Pedal, Paddle
    Ski up Mt CB, Pedal to Gunnison and Paddle the Gunnison River. Do it solo or grab some friends. A fun event to do in the off-season!

     

     

     

     

     

     

    For those looking towards summer, it’s never too early to plan your trip. Some fun events include, Crested Butte Wildflower Festival, Crested Butte Wine and Food Festival and Crested Butte Music Festival.

    Real Estate was interesting this first quarter. My First Quarter Real Estate Report shows softer sales for condo/townhomes, sales were down 44%, although that could be due to higher sale prices (up 27%) and low inventory. Single family sales were up 30% and land sale prices were up 26%. With Crested Butte prices much lower than other ski resorts, most agree the value is there. I’m expecting prices to level out (I think we tested the market and at times pushed prices too high), and our number of sales to increase. To see the latest inventory, please visit my website, CrestedButteLiving.com

    Crested Butte gets a bit sleepy in April and of course a bit muddy, yet it’s nice to be here when it’s quiet.
    If you are in town, please stop by!

    Dawn

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