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The SteamPlant Event Center is open with limited hours for public art viewing only in the Paquette Gallery. We will continue to update our Instagram, Facebook page and website with information on scheduled events and facility operating hours. You may also contact us at info@SalidaSteamPlant.com.


About the SteamPlant Event Center

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The SteamPlant Event Center, located in the heart of scenic Salida, Colorado, hosts over 500 events each year, from private weddings to conferences, community meetings, concerts, conventions, and more. Originally built in 1887 to house the Salida Edison Electric Light Company, the historic building was purchased exactly a century later by the City of Salida. The SteamPlant is a vibrant, thriving part of our community that includes a theater venue, outdoor sculpture garden, art galleries, riverside plaza, conference rooms, and a spacious ballroom.

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Upcoming Event

BAD DATES

Saturday, March 6 at 7:00pm MST

“And then I realize, in this sort of strange, hallucinatory moment, that the bug guy is looking kind of good, and the things he’s saying about bugs are really kind of fascinating and it is then that I realized that maybe it’s been too long since I’ve been on a date. When the bug guy starts to looking good, it’s time to get out of the house.”

So confesses a single mother and self-described restaurant idiot savant in this thoroughly charming and slyly sweet one-woman play. This idiosyncratic journey of self-discovery involving the Romanian mob, a Buddhist rainstorm, a teenage daughter, shoes and a few very bad dates will entertain and delight.

Written by Theresa Rebeck         Directed by Michael Ricci         Starring Devon Kasper

This single performance is ONLINE ONLY beginning at 7:00PM (MST)! A live talk-back with the director and actor immediately to follow the broadcast via Zoom.

THINGS TO KNOW:

  • The play will be broadcast via the SteamPlant Event Center for this single date.
  • Suggested donation of $10.00. Majority of proceeds benefit Shakespeare in the Park.
  • After registering and recording your donation, you will receive information regarding the broadcast.
  • You will receive 48 hours before the show a link to our broadcast presentation and instructions for the post-broadcast talk-back.

Made possible by Partnership for Community Action/Art Valley Equality Network and City of Salida Arts and Culture.

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Paquette Gallery Exhibition

Open to the Public for Viewing & Online

“Journey Through the Infinite” is the newest exhibit from nineteen year-old artist, DEVYN GRUNDY. Belonging a creative family and knowing that she wanted to be an artist from an early age, Devyn has been creating a prolific body of work. Growing up in and around the forests of the Colorado mountains, the artist wants people to go on adventure with her through artwork.

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