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Nederland kicks off tree lighting, holiday marketFree Access



Sharing moments in Nederland Above, left; Antonio Lopez performs live at the Holiday Mountain Market. Above, right; Dave Gibson catches photos of the Town of Nederland holiday lights. Bottom, left; Helene Arendt shared her jewelry at the Holiday Mountain Market.

Sharing moments in Nederland. Above,  Antonio Lopez performs live at the Holiday Mountain Market. 

On Friday, December 3, 2021, Mayor Larsen welcomed residents and business owners, reminding the participants that even as the light is failing and it’s getting darker, the Nederland community always lights up. Larsen thanked town personnel and staff, and said “It is mind blowing to me how well we are coming through this!” Wishing happy holidays from himself, his family, and from the Board of Trustees, he led participants in a countdown to the lighting up of the Nederland Town Hall.

Special thanks to Nicki Dunn and her Public Works Team for making it happen and lighting up the town.

Saturday and Sunday held the Holiday Mountain Market at the Nederland Community Center.

Guy Falsetti said, “The Nederland Area Seniors would like to congratulate Barbara Hardt for organizing a safe and successful Holiday Mountain Market!”

Falsetti further states, “Last year’s market was canceled because of the pandemic. This year saw the return of the amazing vendors, volunteers, staff, and musicians that participated in the market. We were blessed to have over 50 participants in the annual event. Thank you all, and thank you to all the local folks who came out to eat, sip, listen, watch, and shop with us.”

 

Hardt wants to thank all of the vendors and participants at the market, including: Vendors and Silent Auction donors included *Kompass Apparel LLC *The Leather Vine *Track and Trails Arts, LLC *Apron Wings *Night Bird Leather Craft *Bowen Customs *Rootsmama Creative *CSB MetalSmith *Kathy Bremer Art *Fineline Woodworking *Healthy Be-Attitudes *Happy Mandala Crafter *Taylor Clay Designs *One Brown Mouse *Tungsten Toffee *Imaginings and Magical Things *Bee Happy *High Alpine Fabrications *EnJOYables *Mountain Zen Candles *BFG Artistry *The Real Jessica Kane *Wild Bergamot Soap *Mtn Girl Pickles *Angel’s Perfect Pasta *Grateful Patchworks *Spirits of the Rocks *Epick Seafoods *Moosetracks Boutique *Health Naturally *Karen and Kelley Pottery *Gallimaufry Photo Art *Frozen Dead Guy Days *James Dewalt Photography *A Ritt Creative *Colorado Concierge *Burning Bridges*Eagles Nest Early Learning Center *Nederland Zero Waste *Nederland Community Library *Mental Health Partners *Forget- Me-Not Skincare *Good Life Pilates *Geno Kennedy *Grateful Grazing *Augustina’s Winery * Gold Dirt Distillery AND *Kundali Kombucha.

PHOTOS BY BARBARA HARDT AND DAVE GIBSON

PHOTOS BY BARBARA HARDT AND DAVE GIBSON

Thank you to our musicians and performers: *Mountain Movers * Robby Wicks *Antonio Lopez *Gea Franklin dance *Eric Richard Stone *Tom Hall *Doug Armitage *Burt Rashbaum *Evan Cantor *Rachel Taulbee *C.P. Meyer and the local pickers for the *Big Holiday Pick. Special thanks to Eric Richard Stone for organizing music and running sound.

And thanks to the teens that helped create, setup and break down signs. They also set up the market, unloaded and loaded cars, moved tables and chairs and more. Hailey and Jack Porter, Asher Hughes and Hayden Hardt-Zeman, you ARE the definition of hard work and community. Thank you for supporting the community during this event. Nederland Area Seniors appreciate each and every one of you!

Tasty treats, dancing and shopping Above, left; Gold Dirt Distillery provided Rollinsville spirits. Above, right; Mountain Movers performed several dances to delight the audience. Bottom, right; Apron Wings was one of many vendors that sold their holiday wares at the Mountain Market. Bottom, left; Grateful Grazing provided Charcuterie boxes and more, to hungry visitors.

   

PHOTOS BY BARBARA HARDT