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The SteamPlant Event Center is open Monday through Friday and and some Saturdays, unless a special event is scheduled. We will continue to update our Instagram, Facebook page and website with information on scheduled events and facility operating hours.

Please note that current public health orders and recommendations are being followed. As of 10/20/21, all attendees to indoor events are required to wear a face covering, regardless of vaccination status. PLEASE NOTE that certain performers and/or promoters renting the venue can request for attendees to have both face coverings and proof of vaccination.

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

MUSIC: Walden Chamber Music Concert

November 28

3:00 pm

Tickets: $20.00

Walden Chamber Music Society’s first concert of the 2021-2022 season is fast approaching. Join Walden’s Artistic Director and Concert Pianist Jo Boatright, Aaron Boyd (violin), Matt Diekman (viola), and Camilla Bonzo (cello) as they perform works by Schumann, Beethoven and Brahms.

Tickets will be available on Walden’s website or at either SteamPlant Box Office or website, and as always, student tickets are free thanks to the generosity of Collegiate Peaks Bank. A live stream of the concert is also available.

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Paquette Gallery Exhibition

 

Artist Exhibit through November 30

Open to the Public – Monday-Friday from 9:00am-3:00pm

About the exhibit

This month’s artists’ exhibit features works from Joe Horvath, whose current work is wildlife in oils. Horvath most often paints larger animals, often focusing on their interaction with their natural habitats. View the entire exhibit online as well at Paquette Gallery Arts.

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