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Family Exploration at Filoha, Saturday, Sept. 20th 9:30am

Bring your family to Filoha Meadows and learn about the local bat population, explore beaver ponds, collect aquatic insects, and go on a scavenger hunt to discover the uniqueness of this special place. Also learn about the other larger hooved animals that call Filoha home. This free event is underwritten by Pitkin County Open Space & Trails. Registration is required at www.roaringfork.org or 927-1290.
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Spring Gulch Trails Workday

Spring Gulch Cross-Country Ski trails is having a Trails Workday on Sunday, September 21. Volunteers are needed to help get the trails ready for the coming ski season. Meet at the Spring Gulch parking lot at 1pm dressed for an afternoon of outdoor work. Then join all your fellow Spring Gulch skiers for the Annual Pot-Luck Picnic around 5:30. For more information email info@SpringGulch.org.

YouthZone Kiss-N-Squeal Fundraiser

Drive a car for your community on September 20, from 9am-4pm at Glenwood Springs Ford. For every car that is test-driven, YouthZone will receive $20. YouthZone is a non-profit organization that offers a variety of services to youth and families in the Roaring Fork Valley. To support YouthZone, gather your friends and test drive a car at Glenwood Springs Ford anytime from 9am-4pm on Sept. 20.
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DitchFest Arts & Music Festival

Looking for a last-ditch music event this season? Check out DitchFest Arts & Music Festival in Oak Creek on September 20th from 11AM to 7PM. Five bands, including Larry Keel, a Rat Rod Car Show, Games, Art & Tattoo exhibitions, and great food and beer. There's something here for everybody, and for 20 bucks pre-sale price, you can't afford not to go! For tickets and more info visit our website, below.
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Cocktail Party Benefit: ART, PLAY, LOVE

The Wyly Art Center presents its annual gala Cocktail Party Benefit: ART, PLAY, LOVE on Sunday, September 21, 4:00 – 7:00 pm honoring Dick Carter with The Wyly Creative Force Award. It will be an extraordinary evening of community celebration, cocktails and culinary creations, visual inspiration and art to benefit The Wyly at the Roaring Fork Club in Basalt. For more information visit wylyarts.org, or contact 970-927-4123 or holly@wylyarts.org.
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Marble Peak Hike

Celebrate the Raggeds Wilderness and Fall colors with the Wilderness Workshop on September 20th for the last hike of our series to Marble Peak. To learn sign up or learn more please visit www.wildernessworkshop.org/summer-hikes
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Preserve Reproductive Choice

Learn how to actively oppose Amendment 67 on Sunday, September 21, from noon until 1:30 at Third Street Center. Amendment 67 would make any abortion in the State a crime, and restrict access to common forms of birth control. Sponsored by Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist.
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Blaze the Belt in Leadville this Weekend. Skate Comp and Race

Celebrate the NEW SKATEPARK in Shredville CO this weekend at the 7th annual BLAZE THE BELT!!! After 6 years of holding a bike path Time Trial to raise money for a skatepark, it's been built! It's Siiiiick! All ages and abilities welcome for the skatepark comp and slide comp on Saturday 9/20, the Time Trial is Sunday 9/21. Cash and prizes will be awarded! It's a dang good time. Find them on The Facebook for the rest of the details!!!
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Charting the Alaskan Coastline with Susy Ellison

Local teacher Susy Ellison spent 3 weeks aboard the NOAA Ship Rainier along the coast of SW Alaska as a Teacher-at-Sea. She will talk about her experience at the Carbondale Branch Library, Saturday, September 20 at 3 p.m. including life aboard a NOAA research vessel, the science of hydrography, and why mapping our coastlines is important. The Rainier is one of NOAA’s hydrographic survey vessels, charting the coastline of Alaska. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Maroon Bells Restoration Project - Volunteers Needed

The Colorado Mountain Club is hosting three volunteer projects in the Maroon-Bells/Snowmass Wilderness to help repair damage to sensitive habitats. Volunteer crews will backpack along the Four-Pass Loop Trail and rehabilitate dispersed campsites in riparian areas. No experience necessary! CMC will provide food, group camping gear, and project leadership. Projects Aug 16-17; Sept 7-14 and Sept. 20-21. Learn more and register at cmc.org/stewardship.
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Literature Out Loud

Sunday, September 21 at 3 pm at Pitkin County Library Literature Out Loud goes sci-fi this month with Graham Northrup and Logan Carter reading from Ray Bradbury and Arthur C. Clarke.
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Get Your Uke On at the Library!

Get Your Uke On! class on at the Carbondale Branch Library the first and third Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. Beginners and experts of all ages are welcome. Each session starts with a sing along, followed by a short lesson, and ends with a Uke Jam. Non-Ukers are welcome to sit in. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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Carbondale Culture Club

Connecting our community through Education, Enlightenment, and Entertainment....every Wednesday from 12 to 1 in the Third Street Center. It's Free, and it's fun! We bring in musicians and artists from far and wide. ..authors, experts , philosophers and healers and more. It's the Carbondale Culture Club, in the Third Street Center, every Wednesday at noon.
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Travel Talk: Southern Africa

Tuesday, September 23 at 5:30 pm Gail Scott and Tom Quinlan traveled for three weeks in four countries, exploring the Okavango Delta, dodging hippos on the Zambezi River, and walking with lions in the Zambia bush. Experience their adventure in a unique film show.
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Filoha Fall Evening Walk, Wednesday September 24, 5pm

Take a short autumn sunset walk to enjoy the beautiful Crystal Valley with Roaring Fork Conservancy. Filoha Meadows is a unique and special place. Thermal hot springs, bighorn sheep, important elk habitat, a local bat population, healthy riparian habitat, and beaver ponds are only a few of the distinctive attributes of the place. Registration is required at www.roaringfork.org or 927-1290.
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Senior Matters Book Club at the Library!

Senior Matters hosts a monthly book club sponsored by the Carbondale Branch Library every 4th Wednesday of the month, 4pm at the library. More information at 970-963-2889.
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Mixed Media Painting, Collage and Sculpture

Registration is open for Mixed Media Painting, Collage and Sculpture with K Rhynus Cesark on Friday – Sunday, September 26 – 28, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Learn two- and three-dimensional approaches (both on and off the wall) to working with mixed media, collage, paint and sculpture. For more information and to register visit wylyarts.org. Contact 970-927-4123 or art@wylyarts.org.
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CCAH Presents The Pop Up Pin Down

Paint, sculpture, & movement combine during the dynamic and wholly unconventional Pop Up Pin Down, taking place Sept. 19 & 26, 7-9pm, at SAW. This pop up show is a performance and exhibition featuring installations by Chris Erickson which will be tampered with and altered by dance artists Chloe Burton, Eli. D Riecks, Rochelle Norwood, Aja McAdams, A.J. Hobbs, & Deborah Colley. Doors open at 7 pm, performances begin at 7:30pm. For more information visit carbondalearts.com.
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Autumn Crafts

Thursday, September 25 at 4 pm at Pitkin County Library Visit the library after school and get creative with a variety of fall-themed craft projects. For kids in grades 5-8.
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VibradrumHealing with Kat Diamond Bjornson & Danny Shuford, partners, Rhythm Assisted Healing Wisdom

Thurs. Sept. 25, 7 PM, Round Room, Third Street Center, 520 S. 3rd St., Carbondale. Experience VibraDrumHealing, a guided Group Experience of Movement and Sounding with live rhythms which enables the participants an opportunity to tap into and release the deep well of old programming energies that may exist within the cellular data of the body. Admission: $45. Spaces are limited!
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THINK & ACT Conference presented by Peak Parent Center

A conference for self-advocates, families, educators, community members and service providers, to learn person-centered strategies to build strong, inclusive schools and communities. Saturday, September 27th, 9:00 am to 2: pm, at the Orchard Gathering Center in Carbondale. Please call 800-284-0259 x 117.
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Storytime at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library offers a weekly storytime for all ages every Monday at 4:00 p.m. This family storytime is full of fun songs and great stories. Other storytimes are Wednesday (bilingual), Thursday (infants and toddlers) and Saturday (sensory) at 10:30 a.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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YouthZone Kiss-N-Squeal Fundraiser

On September 27, from 9am-12pm, YouthZone is hosting a yard sale. The yard sale will take place at YouthZone in Glenwood Springs. All proceeds from the yard sale will go directly toward programs for youth and families in our community, so stop by YouthZone anytime from 9am-12pm on September 27. Remember, someone's trash is another's treasure.
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Native American Drum Making Workshop with Danny Shuford, founder of Dark Horse Drums

Sat., Sept. 27, 9 am, 3rd St. Ctr., 520 S. 3rd Street, Carbondale. The workshop is designed not only to teach participants how to make their own drum, but also to teach the spiritual connection the drum has played in both past and present ceremony. Drums are made with 5 ply birch shells from real drums creating a much fuller and richer sound. Cost: $130 includes instruction and all materials.
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"Dying Wish" documentary: A Dying Doctor’s Decision to Stop Eating & Drinking to Die in Grace

Fri., Sept. 26, 7 pm, 3rd St. Ctr., 520 S. 3rd St, Carbondale. JOIN US IN CHANGING THE CULTURE AROUND DEATH! Meet Karen van Vuuren, award-winning film director, Editor of Natural Transitions Magazine & Home funeral/green burial educator. Hear from an expert panel including Lesa Russo, Oncology nurse; Father Harrison Hiedel, Episcopal priest, former ICU and hospice nurse; Sean Jeung, Chaplain/Hospice, bereavement coordinator. Suggested donation: $10.
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Introduction to WisdomRx with David Mackenzie, Medical Intuitive and Susan Perkins, Wellness Coach

Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired and want your life back? Experience this FREE program of evolutionary empowerment. Friday, September 26th at 5:30 pm in the Calaway Room, Third Street Center, 520 S. Third Street, Carbondale, Colorado. David Mackenzie & Susan Perkins share new learning & host a conversation about navigating profound life changes and/or complex illnesses, and growing your own capacity to know what’s right for you.
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PROFOUND JOURNALING with Claire O’Leary, Founder of Clear Heart Healing Arts & Profound Journaling

Sat., Sept. 27, 9:30 am, 3rd St. Ctr., Calaway Room, 520 S. 3rd St., Carbondale. Learn & practice Profound Journaling. Take what you learn and apply it to daily living. Let go of the past and live from your highest potential. Experience more joy in your life.
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Sacred Death Care Workshop with Karen Van Vurren, Sat., Sept. 27, 9 am

Learn how you can help reclaim your innate ability to care for your loved ones who die in a more personal, green, and healing way. A workshop to educate and empower you in the art of Sacred Death Care... to overcome your fears and step into the most healing way of preparing for your loved-one’s death and caring for them in the most personal, green and healing way when they transition. Fee: $95.
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Learn How to Brew Your Own Beer and Hops Harvest!

The Roaring Fork Brewing Co. along with Matthew Shmigelsky will harvest hops at the Carbondale Branch Library and provide a demonstration on how to brew beer on Saturday, September 27 at 3 p.m. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Learn to Brew Your Own Beer and Hops Harvest at the Library!

The Roaring Fork Brewing Co. will harvest hops at the Carbondale Branch Library on Sat., Sept. 27 at 3 p.m., and provide a demonstration on how to brew your own beer. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Roaring Fork Songwriters Group at the Library!

The Roaring Fork Songwriters Group meets at the Carbondale Branch Library the fourth Monday of the month, and is open to songwriters of all levels. Writers are encouraged to share a lyric or a melody, or something they’ve finished and want to test out on a responsive audience, in a supportive, helpful atmosphere. Facilitated by different guest musician each month. The grand piano is available for use. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889
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French Chat

Mondays, from noon to 1 pm at Pitkin County Library Library staff member Nathalie Crick, born and raised in Belgium, will moderate a one-hour chat session for those who wish to practice their French. Brown bag optional.
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Filoha Fall Evening Walk, Tuesday September 30, 5pm

Take a short autumn sunset walk to enjoy the beautiful Crystal Valley with Roaring Fork Conservancy. Filoha Meadows is a unique and special place. Thermal hot springs, bighorn sheep, important elk habitat, a local bat population, healthy riparian habitat, and beaver ponds are only a few of the distinctive attributes of the place. Registration is required at www.roaringfork.org or 927-1290.
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Legos at the Library!

Kids in grades K-2 are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library at 2 p.m. every Wednesdays to imagine, build, and play with Legos. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Middle School Makerspace at the Library!

Teens are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library every Wednesday from 2:30-4 p.m. to use the tools and supplies in our mobile makerspace to design, create, tinker, and play with art and technology. Teens will be able to draw with 3D Pens, film stop-motion animation movies, print with fabric and stencils, design their own video games, and more. Snacks are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Tuesdays After School at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library welcomes elementary school students every Tuesday at 4 p.m. for different afterschool programs including: Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum (first Monday), Paws to Read (second Monday), Legos at the Library (third Monday) and Movie Day (fourth Wednesday). Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Tablab for Kids & Teens at the Library!

Kids and teens are invited to use the iPad TabLab at the Carbondale Branch Library every Thursday (except the last one) from 4 - 5 p.m. to try new apps, browse the internet, play games, and do schoolwork. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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One Book, One Town Oct. 17 at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library will host its 11th annual One Book, One Town event on Friday, October 17 at 5:30 p.m. This year, young adult author, Franny Billingsly, the author of Chime (a National Book Award Finalist) will also be working in the local schools. Many copies pf Chime are avialable through the libary. More information by calling: 970-963-2889l
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After-School Classes Start Soon

Access Roaring Fork invites parents to register their middle school students for after-school classes. There are plenty of topics to choose from. These affordable classes will keep students engaged and learning something new. To register or for more details visit www.accessrf.org. Expires 9/30. Contact Luis Polar: 963-4402, luis@accessrf.org.
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After-School Classes Start Soon

Access Roaring Fork invites parents to register their middle school students for after-school classes. There are plenty of topics to choose from. These affordable classes will keep students engaged and learning something new. To register or for more details visit www.accessrf.org. Expires 9/30. Contact Luis Polar: 963-4402, luis@accessrf.org.
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NAMI Roaring Fork Valley Offers Family-to-Family Class

FREE Family-to-Family Education Program. This is a series of 12 classes that meets weekly and is structured to create understanding and support for families and friends of persons with mental illness while maintaining their own well-being. This course includes how to offer empathy, problem solving, communication skills and education on latest research about major mental illness.
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Explore New Worlds With Aspen Filmfest in Carbondale & Aspen

The public is invited to the 35th annual Filmfest, presented by Aspen Film, Friday, September 26th through Wednesday, Oct 1st. Screenings at the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale and Wheeler Opera House and Isis Theater in Aspen. New fall releases, comedies, dramas and documentaries for all movie tastes. Tickets at Boomerang Coffee and the Wheeler Box Office. More at aspenfilm.org.
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YouthZone's Kiss-N-Squeal Fundraiser

On October 2, at 7pm, visit the Vaudeville Revue for a fun-filled night of laughter. Your attendance will help raise money for YouthZone, a non-profit organization that offers a variety of services to youth and families in our community. In addition, by attending the Vaudeville Revue on October 2, at 7am, you will help the Alpine Bank and Basalt High School teams to earn votes for Kiss-N-Squeal, YouthZone's annual fundraiser.
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YouthZone Kiss-N-Squeal Fundraiser

On October 3, from 11am-2pm, come barbeque at Alpine Bank in Carbondale. YouthZone Kiss-N-Squeal raffle tickets will be sold at the barbeque for $10 a piece to give you a chance at winning $2,000. Any proceeds raised from raffle tickets or by donation for YouthZone will go directly toward programs for youth and families in our community.
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Do 5 Things to Save Energy at the Library!

CLEER and CORE will be at the Carbondale Branch Library on Saturday, October 4 at 3 p.m. to demonstrate 5 easy steps to save energy and 5 things to do to prepare for winter, plus how energy is used at home, how to reduce energy usage, and how rebates and financing options are available to improve a home’s performance. The whole family is invited. Attendees will receive LED lightbulbs. More information is available by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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DEATH CAFE AT THE WYLY ART CENTRR, BASALT

A Death Cafe will be held Satirday, October 4, 2pm at the Wyly Art Center, 99 Midland Ave. Spur, Basalt. Death Cafes provide an opportunity for group-directed discussion of death, with tea and cookies to sweeten the conversation. There is no agenda, expected out one or over-riding philosophy. The event is free but seating is limited .RSVP at deathcafe.com/deathcafe/1154 or call Stephanie at 719.588.7415.
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FREE SCREENING OF GRIEFWALKER AT THE WYLY ART CENTER,BASALT

GRIEFWALKER , a film about the redemptive power of love for life that arises as we recognize our own mortality, follows Stephen Jenkinson, palliative social worker as he trains medical professionals and counsels the dying. His point of view is deeply influenced by native traditions. Event begins at 5pm. free but seating is limited. RSVP with name and contact information at informedfinalchoices@gmail.com, subject line:GRIEFWALKER or call Stepanie, 719.588.7415

Watercolor Traveler

Registration is open for Watercolor Traveler with Laurie Doctor on Friday – Sunday, October 10 – 12, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm. This class is designed for anyone interested in some fresh portable ways to paint, draw and write. The class will lead students in exercises and ideas for travel and quick impressions. For more information and to register visit wylyarts.org. Contact 970-927-4123 or art@wylyarts.org.
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YouthZone Kiss-N-Squeal Fundraiser

YouthZone is a non-profit organization that offers a variety of services to youth and families in the Roaring Fork Valley. During the annual Kiss-N-Squeal fundraiser, which ends October 11, YouthZone hopes to raise $160,000. Raffle tickets will be sold at all YouthZone locations to give you a chance at winning $2,000. You can also support the youth in our community by participating in YouthZone’s online auction or making a donation at www.youthzone.com.
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YouthZone Kiss-N-Squeal Fundraiser

Join the community on October 11 from 12pm-5pm for YouthZone's Kiss-N-Squeal Finale at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. For only $40, you can purchase a finale ticket that provides a tram ride, food, cave tour, and all rides. Call YouthZone's Rifle office at 625-3141 or YouthZone's Glenwood office at 945-9300 to purchase tickets. Hope to see you on October 11 from 12pm-5pm for a night of fun at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park.
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The Heritage Fruit Tree Project

The Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute in collaboration with Aspen TREE has launched a Kickstarter fundraising campaign for the Heritage Fruit Tree Project aimed at renewing our historical fruit tree resource. We will be identifying, cataloging, grafting from and planting heritage fruit trees across the Roaring Fork Valley in order to grow our fruit tree resource and food security. Please visit heritagefruitguild.com for more information.
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Writers' Group at the Library!

Held at 6:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month, the Carbondale Library Writers' Group provides a supportive environment for writers of all genres, novice to the experienced. Attendees will have the opportunity to share and explore their own writing, their peers’ writing and writing in general. Open to all writers and future writers, teen and adult. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Advocate Safehouse Project: Fall Advocacy Training

Become a certified, confidential advocate and volunteer on our 24/7 helpline. Volunteers needed, learn how to engage in active listening, gain trauma informed advocacy skill, crisis intervention. Call today for more information and to help survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence in our community.
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ROAD CLOSURE

The Town of Carbondale will begin replacement of a water line on Main St., between Snowmass & 2nd St., starting September 25th, with a completion date of October 15th. The detour route will include Snowmass, Sopris, 3rd St. and back to Main St. Questions? call 963-3140.
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The Heart of a Seed ~ Preparing the Soul for Winter: Waldorf Education for Adults; A Nurturing Arts

Join the Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork for three Friday mornings October 3, 10 & 17 for Watercolor Painting, Drawing, Clay-Modeling, Nature Observations, Story-telling and Creative Writing as we focus on carrying the summers harvest into the depth of winter within each of us. Free and open to the public. Class limited to 12 individuals. Register online at www.waldorfschoolrf.com/registration.
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Storytime at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library offers a weekly storytime for all ages every Monday at 4:00 p.m. This family storytime is full of fun songs and great stories. Other storytimes are Wednesday (bilingual), Thursday (infants and toddlers) at 10:30 a.m., and first Saturday (sensory). Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Legos at the Library!

Kids in grades K-2 are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library at 2 p.m. every Wednesdays to imagine, build, and play with Legos. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Middle School Makerspace at the Library!

Teens are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library every Wednesday from 2:30-4 p.m. to use the tools and supplies in our mobile makerspace to design, create, tinker, and play with art and technology. Teens will be able to draw with 3D Pens, film stop-motion animation movies, print with fabric and stencils, design their own video games, and more. Snacks are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Tuesdays After School at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library welcomes elementary school students every Tuesday at 4 p.m. for different afterschool programs including: Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum (first Monday), Paws to Read (second Monday), Legos at the Library (third Monday) and Movie Day (fourth Wednesday). Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Loteria Night at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library hosts Loteria Night the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. Loteria is the quintecential Mexican game for all ages, cultures, languages and family members. Beverages and appetizers are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Tablab for Kids & Teens at the Library!

Kids and teens are invited to use the iPad TabLab at the Carbondale Branch Library every Thursday (except the last one) from 4 - 5 p.m. to try new apps, browse the internet, play games, and do schoolwork. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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Teen Wii Gaming at the Library!

Teens are invited to play Wii games at the Carbondale Branch Library on the last Thursday of the month at 4 p.m. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Do 5 Things to Save Energy at the Library!

CLEER and CORE will be at the Carbondale Branch Library on Saturday, October 4 at 3 p.m. to demonstrate 5 easy steps to save energy and 5 things to do to prepare for winter, plus how energy is used at home, how to reduce energy usage, and how rebates and financing options are available to improve a home’s performance. The whole family is invited. Attendees will receive LED lightbulbs. More information is available by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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One Book, One Town Oct. 17 at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library will host its 11th annual One Book, One Town event on Friday, October 17 at 5:30 p.m. This year, young adult author, Franny Billingsly, the author of Chime (a National Book Award Finalist) will also be working in the local schools. Many copies pf Chime are avialable through the libary. More information by calling: 970-963-2889l
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Get Your Uke On at the Library!

Get Your Uke On! class on at the Carbondale Branch Library the first and third Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. Beginners and experts of all ages are welcome. Each session starts with a sing along, followed by a short lesson, and ends with a Uke Jam. Non-Ukers are welcome to sit in. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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FREE PREVIEW of Wyly Fall Art Club II: ages 6 - 12

Registration is open for FREE PREVIEW of Wyly Fall Art Club II: ages 6 - 12, with Chelsea Richards, on Tuesday, October 21, 4:00 – 5:30 pm (drop off & open studio 3:30 – 4:00pm.) Projects cultivate creativity, introduce visual arts skills and build self-esteem. For more information and to register visit wylyarts.org. Contact 970-927-4123 or art@wylyarts.org.
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Roaring Fork Songwriters Group at the Library!

The Roaring Fork Songwriters Group meets at the Carbondale Branch Library the fourth Monday of the month, and is open to songwriters of all levels. Writers are encouraged to share a lyric or a melody, or something they’ve finished and want to test out on a responsive audience, in a supportive, helpful atmosphere. Facilitated by different guest musician each month. The grand piano is available for use. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889
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Wyly Fall Art Club II: ages 6 - 12

Registration is open for Wyly Fall Art Club II: ages 6 - 12, with Chelsea Richards, on Tuesdays, October 28 – December 2, 4:00 – 5:30 pm (drop off & open studio 3:30 – 4:00pm.) Registration is required. Projects cultivate creativity, introduce visual arts skills and build self-esteem. For more information and to register visit wylyarts.org. Contact 970-927-4123 or art@wylyarts.org.
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Senior Matters Book Club at the Library!

Senior Matters hosts a monthly book club sponsored by the Carbondale Branch Library every 4th Wednesday of the month, 4pm at the library. More information at 970-963-2889.
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Library Closure Oct. 29!

All six branches of the Garfield County Libraries will be closed Wednesday, Oct. 29 for a staff training day. Normal library hours will resume at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30. Browsing and requesting books, movies, and more is still possible on our website, www.gcpld.org, during the closure. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork's Peas & Carrots Parent Child Class

Join the Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork for our fall parent & child class Fridays, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, and 10/31. The program is free and open to the public with limited registration. The goal is to create community around the early years of parenting. Enjoy movement, story time, a nutritious snack, seasonal crafts, and discussions around understanding the developmental stages during early childhood. Register online at www.waldorfschoolrf.com/registration.
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Storytime at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library offers a weekly storytime for all ages every Monday at 4:00 p.m. This family storytime is full of fun songs and great stories. Other storytimes are Wednesday (bilingual), Thursday (infants and toddlers) and Saturday (sensory) at 10:30 a.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Legos at the Library!

Kids in grades K-2 are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library at 2 p.m. every Wednesdays to imagine, build, and play with Legos. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Middle School Makerspace at the Library!

Teens are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library every Wednesday from 2:30-4 p.m. to use the tools and supplies in our mobile makerspace to design, create, tinker, and play with art and technology. Teens will be able to draw with 3D Pens, film stop-motion animation movies, print with fabric and stencils, design their own video games, and more. Snacks are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Tuesdays After School at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library welcomes elementary school students every Tuesday at 4 p.m. for different afterschool programs including: Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum (first Monday), Paws to Read (second Monday), Legos at the Library (third Monday) and Movie Day (fourth Wednesday). Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Loteria Night at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library hosts Loteria Night the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. Loteria is the quintecential Mexican game for all ages, cultures, languages and family members. Beverages and appetizers are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Tablab for Kids & Teens at the Library!

Kids and teens are invited to use the iPad TabLab at the Carbondale Branch Library every Thursday (except the last one) from 4 - 5 p.m. to try new apps, browse the internet, play games, and do schoolwork. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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Teen Wii Gaming at the Library!

Teens are invited to play Wii games at the Carbondale Branch Library on the last Thursday of the month at 4 p.m. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Writers' Group at the Library!

Held at 6:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month, the Carbondale Library Writers' Group provides a supportive environment for writers of all genres, novice to the experienced. Attendees will have the opportunity to share and explore their own writing, their peers’ writing and writing in general. Open to all writers and future writers, teen and adult. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Storytime at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library offers a weekly storytime for all ages every Monday at 4:00 p.m. This family storytime is full of fun songs and great stories. Other storytimes are Wednesday (bilingual), Thursday (infants and toddlers) at 10:30 a.m., and first Saturday (sensory) at 10:30 a.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Storytime at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library offers a weekly storytime for all ages every Monday at 4:00 p.m. This family storytime is full of fun songs and great stories. Other storytimes are Wednesday (bilingual), Thursday (infants and toddlers) at 10:30 a.m., and first Saturday (sensory). Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Legos at the Library!

Kids in grades K-2 are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library at 2 p.m. every Wednesdays to imagine, build, and play with Legos. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Middle School Makerspace at the Library!

Teens are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library every Wednesday from 2:30-4 p.m. to use the tools and supplies in our mobile makerspace to design, create, tinker, and play with art and technology. Teens will be able to draw with 3D Pens, film stop-motion animation movies, print with fabric and stencils, design their own video games, and more. Snacks are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Tuesdays After School at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library welcomes elementary school students every Tuesday at 4 p.m. for different afterschool programs including: Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum (first Monday), Paws to Read (second Monday), Legos at the Library (third Monday) and Movie Day (fourth Wednesday). Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Loteria Night at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library hosts Loteria Night the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. Loteria is the quintecential Mexican game for all ages, cultures, languages and family members. Beverages and appetizers are provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Tablab for Kids & Teens at the Library!

Kids and teens are invited to use the iPad TabLab at the Carbondale Branch Library every Thursday (except the last one) from 4 - 5 p.m. to try new apps, browse the internet, play games, and do schoolwork. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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Teen Wii Gaming at the Library!

Teens are invited to play Wii games at the Carbondale Branch Library on the last Thursday of the month at 4 p.m. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Get Your Uke On at the Library!

Get Your Uke On! class on at the Carbondale Branch Library the first and third Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. Beginners and experts of all ages are welcome. Each session starts with a sing along, followed by a short lesson, and ends with a Uke Jam. Non-Ukers are welcome to sit in. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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Roaring Fork Songwriters Group at the Library!

The Roaring Fork Songwriters Group meets at the Carbondale Branch Library the fourth Monday of the month, and is open to songwriters of all levels. Writers are encouraged to share a lyric or a melody, or something they’ve finished and want to test out on a responsive audience, in a supportive, helpful atmosphere. Facilitated by different guest musician each month. The grand piano is available for use. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889
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Senior Matters Book Club at the Library!

Senior Matters hosts a monthly book club sponsored by the Carbondale Branch Library every 4th Wednesday of the month, 4pm at the library. More information at 970-963-2889.
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Storytime at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library offers a weekly storytime for all ages every Monday at 4:00 p.m. This family storytime is full of fun songs and great stories. Other storytimes are Wednesday (bilingual), Thursday (infants and toddlers) at 10:30 a.m., and first Saturday (sensory). Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Legos at the Library!

Kids in grades K-2 are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library at 2 p.m. every Wednesdays to imagine, build, and play with Legos. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Middle School Makerspace at the Library!

Teens are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library every Wednesday from 2:30-4 p.m. to use the tools and supplies in our mobile makerspace to design, create, tinker, and play with art and technology. Teens will be able to draw with 3D Pens, film stop-motion animation movies, print with fabric and stencils, design their own video games, and more. Snacks are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Tuesdays After School at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library welcomes elementary school students every Tuesday at 4 p.m. for different afterschool programs including: Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum (first Monday), Paws to Read (second Monday), Legos at the Library (third Monday) and Movie Day (fourth Wednesday). Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Loteria Night at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library hosts Loteria Night the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. Loteria is the quintecential Mexican game for all ages, cultures, languages and family members. Beverages and appetizers are provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Tablab for Kids & Teens at the Library!

Kids and teens are invited to use the iPad TabLab at the Carbondale Branch Library every Thursday (except the last one) from 4 - 5 p.m. to try new apps, browse the internet, play games, and do schoolwork. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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Teen Wii Gaming at the Library!

Teens are invited to play Wii games at the Carbondale Branch Library on the last Thursday of the month at 4 p.m. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Aspen's Thrift Shop Celebrates 65 Years

The ladies of the all-volunteer Thrift Shop of Aspen invite the public to help celebrate 65 years serving the community. Come shop and check out the ever-changing inventory of fantastic items. You may also participate by donating gently used clothing and household items to be sold at reasonable prices. All proceeds are given to non-profits in the Roaring Fork Valley. The shop is located at 422 E. Hopkins Avenue in Aspen. Hours are 10-3pm Monday through Saturday.
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Writers' Group at the Library!

Held at 6:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month, the Carbondale Library Writers' Group provides a supportive environment for writers of all genres, novice to the experienced. Attendees will have the opportunity to share and explore their own writing, their peers’ writing and writing in general. Open to all writers and future writers, teen and adult. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Wyly Holiday Art Club: ages 6 - 12

Registration is open for Wyly Holiday Art Club: ages 6 - 12, with Chelsea Richards, on Tuesdays, December 9 & 16, 4:00 – 5:30 pm (drop off & open studio 3:30 – 4:00pm). Registration is required. Create colorful holiday gifts and decorations to share with family and friends. For more information and to register visit wylyarts.org. Contact 970-927-4123 or art@wylyarts.org.
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Storytime at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library offers a weekly storytime for all ages every Monday at 4:00 p.m. This family storytime is full of fun songs and great stories. Other storytimes are Wednesday (bilingual), Thursday (infants and toddlers) at 10:30 a.m., and first Saturday (sensory). Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Legos at the Library!

Kids in grades K-2 are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library at 2 p.m. every Wednesdays to imagine, build, and play with Legos. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
More information...

Middle School Makerspace at the Library!

Teens are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library every Wednesday from 2:30-4 p.m. to use the tools and supplies in our mobile makerspace to design, create, tinker, and play with art and technology. Teens will be able to draw with 3D Pens, film stop-motion animation movies, print with fabric and stencils, design their own video games, and more. Snacks are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
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Tuesdays After School at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library welcomes elementary school students every Tuesday at 4 p.m. for different afterschool programs including: Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum (first Monday), Paws to Read (second Monday), Legos at the Library (third Monday) and Movie Day (fourth Wednesday). Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
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Loteria Night at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library hosts Loteria Night the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. Loteria is the quintecential Mexican game for all ages, cultures, languages and family members. Beverages and appetizers are provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
More information...

Tablab for Kids & Teens at the Library!

Kids and teens are invited to use the iPad TabLab at the Carbondale Branch Library every Thursday (except the last one) from 4 - 5 p.m. to try new apps, browse the internet, play games, and do schoolwork. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
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Teen Wii Gaming at the Library!

Teens are invited to play Wii games at the Carbondale Branch Library on the last Thursday of the month at 4 p.m. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
More information...

Get Your Uke On at the Library!

Get Your Uke On! class on at the Carbondale Branch Library the first and third Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. Beginners and experts of all ages are welcome. Each session starts with a sing along, followed by a short lesson, and ends with a Uke Jam. Non-Ukers are welcome to sit in. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
More information...

Roaring Fork Songwriters Group at the Library!

The Roaring Fork Songwriters Group meets at the Carbondale Branch Library the fourth Monday of the month, and is open to songwriters of all levels. Writers are encouraged to share a lyric or a melody, or something they’ve finished and want to test out on a responsive audience, in a supportive, helpful atmosphere. Facilitated by different guest musician each month. The grand piano is available for use. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889
More information...

Teen Wii Gaming at the Library!

Teens are invited to play Wii games at the Carbondale Branch Library on the last Thursday of the month at 4 p.m. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
More information...

Storytime at the Library

The Carbondale Branch Library offers a weekly storytime for all ages every Monday at 4:00 p.m. This family storytime is full of fun songs and great stories. Other storytimes are Wednesday (bilingual), Thursday (infants and toddlers) at 10:30 a.m., and first Saturday (sensory). Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
More information...

Legos at the Library!

Kids in grades K-2 are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library at 2 p.m. every Wednesdays to imagine, build, and play with Legos. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
More information...

Middle School Makerspace at the Library!

Teens are invited to the Carbondale Branch Library every Wednesday from 2:30-4 p.m. to use the tools and supplies in our mobile makerspace to design, create, tinker, and play with art and technology. Teens will be able to draw with 3D Pens, film stop-motion animation movies, print with fabric and stencils, design their own video games, and more. Snacks are provided. More information by calling the library: 963-2889.
More information...

Tuesdays After School at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library welcomes elementary school students every Tuesday at 4 p.m. for different afterschool programs including: Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum (first Monday), Paws to Read (second Monday), Legos at the Library (third Monday) and Movie Day (fourth Wednesday). Snacks provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
More information...

Loteria Night at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library hosts Loteria Night the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. Loteria is the quintecential Mexican game for all ages, cultures, languages and family members. Beverages and appetizers are provided. More information by calling the library: 970-963-2889.
More information...

Tablab for Kids & Teens at the Library!

Kids and teens are invited to use the iPad TabLab at the Carbondale Branch Library every Thursday (except the last one) from 4 - 5 p.m. to try new apps, browse the internet, play games, and do schoolwork. Snacks provided. More information by calling the library, 970-963-2889.
More information...

Senior Matters Book Club at the Library!

Senior Matters hosts a monthly book club sponsored by the Carbondale Branch Library every 4th Wednesday of the month, 4pm at the library. More information at 970-963-2889.
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