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Facts about Snowmass Village, Colorado
Snowmass Village is a Home Rule Municipality in Pitkin County, Colorado, United States. The population was 2,826 at the 2010 census. A popular winter resort location for skiing and snowboarding, the town is well known as the location of the Snowmass ski area, the largest of the four nearby ski areas operated collectively as Aspen/Snowmass. In 2010 the accidental discovery by a bulldozer operator of fossilized elements of a Pleistocene ecosystem in the ice age lake bed at the Ziegler Reservoir (commonly referred to as the Snowmastadon site) put Snowmass Village prominently on the paleontological map of North America.
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The former hayfield still had mostly alfalfa into the 1970s. The Anderson Ranch Art Center on Owl Creek Road uses many of the original buildings from the Hoaglund Ranch, although not in their original location, farther down stream on what is now Snowmass Club Circle. Previous to this time, church services were held in the Optigon Movie Theatre or in the open air Aspen Grove Chapel, located at what is now condominiums off Wood Road. She became a teacher at that school and then at the Red Brick School in Aspen. After a school was built in Brush Creek, she attended school at the Brush Creek Frontier School, now called the Little Red Schoolhouse, located on Owl Creek Road.
The official website for the city of Snowmass Village is http://www.tosv.com/.
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