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Student photography exhibit through April 25

The CMC ArtShare Gallery in downtown Glenwood Springs hosts an exhibit featuring the work of Colorado Mountain College professional photography students, through April 25. The public is invited to the opening reception Friday, March 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. More at cmcartshare.com.
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Exhibition: My Favorites

Wyly Community Art Center presents My Favorites, exhibition of watercolors by local artist Laurie McBride. Exhibition dates are March 11 – April 24. Gallery hours are Tue – Fri, 9 am – 5 pm and Sat 10 am – 4 pm. Free and open to the public. For more information and full schedule visit wylyarts.org. Contact 970-927-4123 or art@wylyarts.org.
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MEDITATION AND SATSANG PROGRAM led by Swami Kenananda Thursday, April 24th at 2pm

Join Swami Kenananda at A Spiritual Center, Ste. #31, Third Street Center, Carbondale for a simple yet powerful one-hour meditation. The meditation opens up the silence within, where one finds peace, benefiting both beginners and long-term meditators. Swami speaks spontaneously and from the heart. Time for Question and Answers. Donations accepted.
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Volunteers needed for Colorado River cleanup

The Middle Colorado Watershed Council invites volunteers and boaters to pick up litter along the banks of the Colorado River, from South Canyon to Silt, Saturday, April 26. Pre-register at the Middle Colorado Watershed Council Website. Sign in at 8 a.m. at Grand River Park, New Castle, Saturday, April 26. A free barbecue for volunteers begins at 12 noon, with burgers by Crystal River Meats and fabulous side dishes from local restaurants.
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Yoga and Vibrational Healing: A Benefit for Kevin Badalian Friday, April 25th at 6:30 pm

Come to the Round Room, Third Street Center, Carbondale Support Kevinthrough Davi Nikent’s new Integral Health Fund. Bathe in the Transformational Power of Yoga and Sound. ANAHATA SHAKTI: Accessing the Courage and Clarity of the Heart, presented by Faith Lipori and followed by sacred sound with Tibetan Bowls, Bells, and Planetary Gongs presented by Barry Chapman, Karen Connington, Conor Johnson, and Elizabeth Ward. Reserve your space for this event with a $30.00 donation. See website.
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LUNCH AND LEARN

On Friday, April 25, 12:30 to 2pm in the Calaway Room at the Third Street Center, the Colorado Developmental Disabilities Council will present an education forum, Affordable Housing: Options and Resources for People with Disabilities. Lunch will be provided by Valley Housing for All and Extreme Sports Camp and drinks will be provided by Valley Life for All. Please RSVP to kmgrange@gmail.com or coreymineo757@hotmail.com. For more information, call Ro at 948-2744.
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16th Annual Fryingpan Cleanup, April 26th, 8:30am

Help clean up one of the most beautiful stretches of river in the country! Volunteers of all ages welcome! Join us outside of Basalt Town Hall for a free breakfast before cleaning up a mile section of the river. Please dress appropriately with warm layers, gloves, long pants, a hat and sunscreen. Prizes for: Best of Trash, Most Toxic, Most Useful, Most Unusual Trash. More info: www.roaringfork.org or 927-1290.
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Yoga & Vibrational Healing Benefit

Friday, 4-25-14 6:30 - 8:00 pm Third Street Center Another chance to raise money for Kevin Badalian and Davi Nikent's new fund to support chronic illness in the Valley! Faith Lipori leads an Asana practice followed by Tibetan Bowls & Gongs. Part of every dollar donated to Kevin will seed the Integral Health Fund at Davi Nikent, Bring yoga mat & blanket. $30 reservations at davinikent.org or $35 at the door.
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Author Presentation: Linda Lafferty at the Library!

Former Carbondale school teacher and now bestselling author, Linda Lafferty, will be the featured speaker at the Carbondale Branch Library Author Presentation on Saturday, April 26 at 3 p.m. Lafferty's recently published "House of Bathory" takes place partially in Carbondale. Her "The Bloodletter's Daughter: A Novel of Old Bohemia" is a national bestseller, and the library's First Wednesday Book Club selection for May. More information about this free community event at 970-963-2889.
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Town of Basalt Electronic Waste Extravaganza & Document Shredding

When: Saturday, April 26th Where: Basalt Town Hall on Midland Spur Time: From 10am to 2pm o The Town is collaborating with E-waste Recyclers of Colorado for our e-waste event and Alpine Bank who is offering document shredding in the former Clark's parking lot. o The Wyly Arts Center will be displaying works of art from electronic waste in Lions Park. o The Basalt Police Department will be collecting Prescription Drugs
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RFTA Regional Travel Patterns Study

RFTA, CDOT, and local area governments are currently conducting a survey on employee travel patterns. If you have already been contacted about this transportation survey, please be sure to complete it! If you haven’t been contacted and are currently employed, the study sponsors would welcome your input online, at TransportationSurvey.net. That’s TransportationSurvey.net. Thanks for your help with this important survey!
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Poetry Slam at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library is hosting a poetry slam to celebrate National Poetry Month. Poet enthusiasts of all ages and abilities are welcome to come share poetry or simply listen on Monday, April 28th at 6 pm. Refreshments will be provided. More information at 970-963-2889.
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Poetry Slam at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library is hosting a poetry slam to celebrate National Poetry Month. Poets enthusiasts of all ages are welcome to come share poetry or simply listen on Monday, April 28th at 6:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided.
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Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Annual Banquet

Do you want to stand shoulder to shoulder with thousands of others around the nation in conserving landscapes, wildlife and our hunting heritage? If so then you are invited to spend time with your friends at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. The R.M.E.F. Roaring Fork Valley Chapter's annual banquet is Saturday, May 3rd. 2014.tickets available at events.rmef.org/!AIC. There will be Live and silent auctions, Games and raffles, Hunting gear and all sorts of fun stuff.
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Wood Burning Best Practices PSA from The Town of Carbondale and the Carbondale Environmental Board

If you use a wood stove or fireplace, learn before you burn. To have a safer and healthier home, remember these three tips: First: Burn only dry, seasoned wood. Second: Have a certified professional inspect and service your wood stove or fireplace annually. And third: Upgrade to an efficient, EPA-approved wood stove or fireplace insert. Remember — Burn Wise! Burn the right wood, the right way, in the right wood-burning appliance.

annual kids' ArtStart @ The Red Brick!

Don’t miss the annual aspen kids’ art show: ArtStart! Features the works of Aspen schools’ students from Aspen Elementary, Aspen Middle, Aspen Country Day and Aspen Community School, k-8. Support your kids and come for the Opening, this Thursday, April 10, 4-6 pm. While here visit our ArtCafe and enjoy FREE pizza and cookies, brought to you by Tasters, Dominos, Main Street Bakery, and Paradise Bakery! Free admission. info@aspenart.org, 970.429.2777. The Red Brick, 110 E. Hallam, Aspen.
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Savvy Retirement Planning Tips - a free seminar at 3rd St Center Tuesday, April 29 6:30 pm

Join us to hear Jeff Cheney, (lawyer, legal expert on estate planning who uses engaging stories to get his point across), Amy Fetterhoff (long time Financial Advisor who speaks from the heart on important issues), Linda McKinley (registered mortgage advisor that uses a holistic approach to inspire others into action) and Michelle Lefebvre, M.A.C. (Certified Professional Coach, Mentor & Educational Trainer that brings a level of contagious enthusiasm to her talks.) FREE.
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Take RFTA's regional transportation survey!

RFTA, CDOT, and local area governments are currently conducting a survey on employee travel patterns. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete, and will be used to improve local transportation programs and plan for future needs. If you haven’t been contacted and are currently employed, the study sponsors would welcome your input online, at TransportationSurvey.net. That’s TransportationSurvey.net. Thanks for your help with this important survey!
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Take RFTA's regional transportation survey!

RFTA, CDOT, and local area governments are currently conducting a survey on employee travel patterns. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete, and will be used to improve local transportation programs and plan for future needs. If you haven’t been contacted and are currently employed, the study sponsors would welcome your input online, at TransportationSurvey.net. That’s TransportationSurvey.net. Thanks for your help with this important survey!
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CALL TO LOCAL ARTIST FOR MOUNTAIN FAIR'S ARTIST GALLERY BOOTH

The Valley Artists’ Gallery allows local artists to exhibit and sell their artwork in a cooperative, inexpensive way. Artists must be current CCAH members, reside in the 816 zip code, and feature handmade to apply. Gallery space is limited, and artwork will be juried. All applications must be received by May 1 and are available at carbondalearts.com. For more information, please call 970-963-1680 or e-mail pam@carbondalearts.com.
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Call to Entry: Mountain Fair's Valley Artist Booth

Mountain Fair's Valley Artists’ Gallery allows local artists to exhibit and sell their artwork in a cooperative, inexpensive way. Artists must be current CCAH members, reside in the 816 zip code, and feature handmade works to apply. Gallery space is limited, and artwork will be juried. All applications must be received by May 1 and are available at carbondalearts.com. For more information, please call 970-963-1680or e-mail pam@carbondalearts.com.
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BiPolar and Depression Peer-to-Peer Support Group (DBSA).

Wednesdays Noon-1:30 pm. Sponsored by Mindsprings Health. Pitkin County Health & Human Services Building, 405 Castle Ck Rd., Aspen For more information call 970-319-1697.

Animalia: Opening Reception at The Red Brick

Animalia @ at the Red Brick! Opening Reception is 1st Thursday, May 1 @ The Red Brick, 110 East Hallam, Aspen. 5-7pm Features local art of Bob Camp, Tori Mitas Campisi, Scotty Cathcart, Shere Coleman, Staci Dickerson, Linda Koones, Trace Nichols, Pierre Wille, and Toney Thomas. info@aspenart.org / 970.429.2777 for details.
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Peas & Carrots Parent Child Class

Peas & Carrots serves families with children ages birth through 3. The goal of the program is to create community around the early years of parenting. Each week parents, together with their children, enjoy a movement circle, story time and a nutritious snack. In addition, parents work on a seasonal craft while their children play. April 11, 18, 25, and May 2. Register online; free!
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Dream On: Where The Subconscious Takes on Art

The current CCAH exhibition, Dream On, is open to the viewing public Mon-Thurs, 9 am to 5pm, and Fridays 9am to 2pm until May 2. Dream On was curated by Brian Colley and featuring artists John Cohorst, Lisa Ellena, Deborah Jones, Wewer Keohane, Frank Norwood, Johanna Mueller and Philip Hone Williams. This exhibition explores all facets of the dream spectrum, from imaginative and fantastical imagery to subconscious and dreamlike explorations. For more information call (970) 963-1680.
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Aspen Community School presents "Pinocchio"

The Aspen Community School presents “Pinocchio,” a musical adaptation of the beloved children’s story. The school’s original production includes two shows: Thursday and Friday, May 1st and 2nd, at the Wheeler Opera House. Shows are at 7pm. Tickets to “Pinocchio” are available now from the Wheeler Box Office at aspen-show-tix-dot-com or 920-5770.
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Discovering the Ancient History of a Revitalized Croatia & Bosnia

Thursday, May 1 at 5:30 pm at Pitkin County Library Through images, music and stories, Jeanette Darnauer and Rob Merritt take us on a journey to explore the walled city of Dubrovnik, the Old Bridge in Mostar and other discoveries in Croatia, Bosnia, Venice, Tuscany and London.
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Lemonade Day Registration

Wednesday, April 30 from 2:30 to 5:00 pm Thursday, May 1 from 3 to 5 pm Sign up for Lemonade Day Roaring Fork Valley at the Pitkin County Library. Children and teens ages 5-17 learn about owning and operating their own business. They must have a parent present to register. They'll receive a backpack with guides for themselves and their mentor, and coupons from local businesses.
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Get Ready to Spring Into Fun at The Family Block Party during Carbondale’s First Friday in May

Friday May 2nd 4pm-8pm. At the Village Smithy and Third Street. Food, drink, live music by Hell Roaring String Band, a Kid Zone by Carbondale Recreation with games, art, face painting and bounce house, and CARE adoptables. Carnival tickets $1 each. 970-948-1334
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Baby Story Time

Friday, May 2 at 10 am at Snowmass Chapel A lap-sit story time for babies under 24 months. About 20 minutes, with stay-and-play afterwards. Every first Friday of the month in the Creekside Room. Presented by Pitkin County Library.
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MAYFAIRE Saturday May 3rd 10 am - 2 pm at the Waldorf School

A Family Celebration of Spring: MAYFAIRE at the Waldorf School Saturday May 3 10:15 - Opening Ceremony & Maypole Dances Flower Crowns, Gnome Home Craft & Obstacle Course 12:30 - Marionette Play   Bring Your Own Picnic Lunch! A family event that is free and open to the public Located at the Waldorf School Eco-Campus, 16543 Old Hwy 82, Carbondale, CO 81623   call 970-963-1960 for more information

Transformational Healing: Integrated Energy Therapy® Workshop IET Master Instructor Elizabeth Hare

Friday May 2nd through Sunday, May 4th, Third Street Center, Carbondale. For practitioners looking to expand their practice in energy healing. REGISTER by April 28: Call Elizabeth at 303-442-1684 or e-mail HearthlinkHealth@aol.com.
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Musical Story Time Parent Child Class

Join Ms. Holly at WSRF for traditional and original songs, poems, nursery rhymes, puppet plays, and hand and finger games accompanied by the ukulele, pentatonic flute, and kinder harp that reflect the seasons. This is perfect for moms and dads, grandmas and grandpas, friends from the neighborhood, and little brothers and sisters that aren't quite ready to go to school on their own yet! Free and open to the public! Register online. Dates include 4/15, 22, 29, and May 6
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Heron, Eagle, Osprey Watching, May 8th, 5:30pm

Join Jonathan Lowsky, wildlife biologist with Colorado Wildlife Science LLC, and staff from Roaring Fork Conservancy for this amazing look at great blue herons, bald eagles, and osprey near the confluence of Cattle Creek and the Roaring Fork River. This area is nest heaven for these birds. Registration is required at www.roaringfork.org or (970) 927-1290.
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Save The Date: Opening Reception of The Bob Johnson Retrospective

Celebrate over 45 years of zen and the art of furniture making at the Opening Reception of the Bob Johnson Retrospective Exhibition on May, 6-8 p.m. at CCAH's R2 Gallery. This exhibition features a lifetime of work by long time Carbondale furniture builder Bob Johnson and will also feature Annette Roberts-Gray's most recent series titled "Paperworks." For more information visit www.carbondalearts.com or call (970) 963-1680.
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Garden with us @ Good Seed Communtity Garden

Garden plots available at organic non-GMO Good Seed Community Garden at 110 Snowmass Drive in Carbondale. Annual fee 5'x10' $25 and 5'x20' $40. Contact garden@TheOrchardLife.com for more info.
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Hay Fever: A Basalt Regional Library Foundation Fundraiser

Join the HudsonReed Ensemble in a concert reading of Noel Coward's HAY FEVER. A Basalt Regional Library Foundation Fundraiser. Saturday, May 10 @ 7:00 PM Refreshments will be served at the intermission. Admission: $35 in advance at the Library or at the door At Basalt Regional Library
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High Altitude Heron Watching, May 13th, 5:30pm

Join Roaring Fork Conservancy and Aspen Parks for an evening of heron watching above 8,000 feet! One of the highest known colonies of nesting great blue herons in Colorado call Northstar Open Space home. We’ll view the herons up-close with spotting scopes and binoculars. This free event is underwritten by City of Aspen Parks & Open Space. Registration is required at www.roaringfork.org or (970) 927-1290.
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Genealogy Workshop

Monday, May 12 from 2-3:30 pm at Pitkin County Library Genealogy expert, Aimee Leverette, will give a tutorial on HeritageQuest and Ancestry Library Edition. Learn about the content these online databases provide and how to search them. Please bring your laptop or tablet.
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Teen Book of the Month Club

Wednesday, May 14 at 3 pm at Pitkin County Library Our book selections are usually critically acclaimed, prize winners, or popular titles nominated by teens. Free books are distributed in advance on a first come, first served basis. This month’s book pick is The Killing Woods by Lucy Christopher.
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Children’s Rocky Mountain School Now Enrolling for 2014-2015 School Year!

The Children's Rocky Mountain School, a nonprofit early childhood education program in Carbondale, for children ages 3-5 years old, has openings for Fall 2014. Make an appointment today between April 1st - May 16th, 2014 to tour the school, meet teachers and observe children learning before school is out of session for summer vacation. Call director Debbie Condello at 970-945-2524 to make a tour appointment.
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Making Landscape Painting Relevant

Registration in progress for Making Landscape Painting Relevant: Mountain, Woods, Water with David Warner on Saturday – Sunday, May 17 – 18, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Painting the local landscape in larger format as a starting point for artistic expression by looking beyond representational and stylized conveniences. For more information and to register visit wylyarts.org. Contact 970-927-4123 or art@wylyarts.org.
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Literature Out Loud

Sunday, May 18 at 3 pm at Pitkin County Library Mum’s the word in May when Literature Out Loud, the free story time for adults, brings you “Maternal Instincts” with Eileen Seeley presenting Little Fur People by T.C. Boyle and Rett Harper reading from Cocktail Hour Under the Tree of Forgetfulness by Alexandra Fuller. Sponsored by Friends of the Library.
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Pecha Kucha at the Library!

The Carbondale Branch Library presents Pecha Kucha, Monday, May 19 at 6:30 p.m. Pecha Kucha is a story-telling style in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each. The key to a great presentation is to tell a story about something you love. The topic for this Pecha Kucha is Mother Earth. More information about this event at 970-963-2889.
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Roaring Fork Student Art exhibit

Please come see over 1000 student works of art at The annual Roaring Fork student Art Exhibit! Tuesday May 20th is Arts night with choir and band performances starting @ 6 PM and complementary food and snacks. The exhibit is open to the public in the main Gym of Roaring fork High School From 8AM- 8PM May 19-21!
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Save The Date: Opera Colorado Comes to Carbondale

Opera Colorado’s On Tour program is coming to Carbondale, May 22, 8pm at the Third Street Center. Figaro, Figaro, Fiiiiigaro! That’s right! They will be performing the comedy, Barber of Seville, famous for its famous tunes and by Figaro’s crazy antics. Stay tuned to carbondalearts.com for more information and updates.
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Teen Book-To-Film Screening

Wednesday, May 21 at 3 pm at Pitkin County Library Movies are selected by teens for teens and refreshments are provided. This month we’ll be viewing “The Mortal Instruments: The City of Bones.”
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Request for Proposals

Third Street Center is seeking RFP's for the existing cafe space. The lease would begin August 1st, 2014 for the 1024 sq ft space. Proposals are due May 23rd. Please visit the website for more information www.thirdstreetcenter.net or call Sarah Moore at 963-3221 to schedule a tour.
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REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR SUMMER ART CAMPS FOR YOUTH

CCAH is offering over 7 different Summer Art Camps for youth of all ages and taught by some of CCAH finest art teachers! Art camps include Print Making, Storytelling, Sewing, Mixed Media, Ukulele, and so much more. To see a full listing visit carbondalearts.com.
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Birding Maroon Creek Wetlands, May 29th, 7am

Join Roaring Fork Audubon and Roaring Fork Conservancy for a brisk morning of birding at the Maroon Creek Wetlands. The Maroon Creek Wetlands are temporary home to dozens of migratory birds during the early summer. Come a check some birds off your life list and how this constructed wetland benefits wildlife and people. This free event is underwritten by City of Aspen Parks & Open Space. Registration is required at www.roaringfork.org or (970) 927-1290.
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Performers Need for 1st Annual Lit Crawl, June 6th

The Carbondale Branch Library announces a call for performers, poets and musicians for the first annual Lit Crawl, Friday, June 6. Lit Crawl 2014 will feature different performers at each of the new CPAC installations and other locations around town beginning at 4:30 p.m. All writers, poets, and musicians are welcome. Those interested, please contact: Adriana Pevec Brown: apbrown@gmail.com, 970-618-0013, or call the library, 970-963-2889.
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JUST ADD WATER opens at the ASPEN CHAPEL GALLERY

JUST ADD WATER, a show curated by Cornelia Carpenter, opens at the Aspen Chapel Gallery, Wednesday, April 2nd with a reception from 5 to 7 pm The show will run until June 1st. The Aspen Chapel Gallery, located in Aspen Chapel, features changing exhibitions of Roaring Fork Valley artists year round. It is open from 10 am to 5 pm every day. For more information find the Aspen Chapel Gallery on Facebook or see our website at aspenchapelgallery.com.
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Northstar Roaring Fork River Float, June 3rd, 5pm

Bring your canoe, kayak, or ducky and float the gentle Roaring Fork River through some of the most important wildlife habitat in the upper Roaring Fork Valley. Staff from Roaring Fork Conservancy will give the history of Northstar Open Space, point out wildlife, and discuss recent restoration activities along this mild float. Boats can also be provided it needed. 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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Northstar Roaring Fork River Float, June 12th, 5pm

Bring your canoe, kayak, or ducky and float the gentle Roaring Fork River through some of the most important wildlife habitat in the upper Roaring Fork Valley. Staff from Roaring Fork Conservancy will give the history of Northstar Open Space, point out wildlife, and discuss recent restoration activities along this mild float. Boats can also be provided it needed. 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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REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR SUMMER ART CAMPS FOR YOUTH

CCAH is offering over 7 different Summer Art Camps for youth of all ages and taught by some of CCAH finest art teachers! Art camps include Print Making, Storytelling, Sewing, Mixed Media, Ukulele, and so much more. To see a full listing and to register visit carbondalearts.com.
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Aikido at Colorado Mountain College

Aikido is a great work out for Mind, Body, and Spirit. Classes are offered every Monday and Wednesday from 6:45 - 8:15 at CMC Aspen in the AABC. Aikido is an effective martial art that is applicable to everyday conflict. Try the first class for free!
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Northstar Roaring Fork River Float, June 18th, 5pm

Bring your canoe, kayak, or ducky and float the gentle Roaring Fork River through some of the most important wildlife habitat in the upper Roaring Fork Valley. Staff from Roaring Fork Conservancy will give the history of Northstar Open Space, point out wildlife, and discuss recent restoration activities along this mild float. Boats can also be provided it needed. 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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Works on Paper at the Aspen Chapel Gallery

WORKS ON PAPER, a show curated by Jennifer Ghormley, opens at the Aspen Chapel Gallery, Wednesday, June 5th with a reception from 5 to 7 pm The show will run until July 14th. The Aspen Chapel Gallery, located in Aspen Chapel, features changing exhibitions of Roaring Fork Valley artists year round. It is open from 10 am to 5 pm every day. For more information find the Aspen Chapel Gallery on Facebook or see our website at aspenchapelgallery.com.
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Mining Water: History of Aspen’s Mining and Water Tour, July 30th, 5:30pm

Join Roaring Fork Conservancy, City of Aspen Open Space Program, and Aspen Historical Society for a historical look at mining and its effects on our local rivers. The program will include an introduction at the Holden/Marolt Mining Museum and a walking tour of Lixiviation Works ruins along Castle Creek. Discover how mining changed the health of our rivers and what currently threatens the health of our rivers. Registration is required at www.roaringfork.org or 927-1290.
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Garfield Clean Energy rebate offer

Garfield Clean Energy and Glenwood Springs Electric are offering new rebates for energy efficiency upgrades. The rebates can be used by households and businesses from Glenwood Springs to Parachute. In Glenwood Springs, homeowners and renters can get a free Energy Smart home assessment with a visit from an energy coach. Glenwood Springs Electric customers can also reserve a rebate for installing solar electric systems on a home or business. For more, call CLEER: 704-9200.
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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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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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Musical Storytime at the Library!

Musical Storytime at the Carbondale Branch Library is every Monday, 4 p.m., and has songs, stories and more for all ages with award-winning children's musician Sue Schnitzer, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Get Your Uke On at the Library!

Get Your Uke On at the Carbondale Branch Library evert first & third Monday, 6 p.m.; for all ages; bring a ukulele and share a song; each session starts with a sing along followed by a short lesson and ends with a uke jam, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Writers' Group at the Library!

Writers' Group at the Carbondale Branch Library every second Monday, 6:30 p.m.; the goal of this group is to provide a supportive environment for writers of all genres and ages who will share and explore all types of writing, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum at the Library!

Story Art with the Aspen Art Museum at the Carbondale Branch LIbary ever first Tuesday, 4 p.m.; combines learning to read with art and activities that build visual literacy for children in grades K-5; reservations encouraged, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Paws to Read at the Library!

Paws to Read at the Carbondale Branch Library every second Tuesday, 4 p.m.; kids invited to read to a dog from Heeling Partners of the Roaring Fork Valley; register for 15-minute slots, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Legos at the Library!

Legos at the Carbondale Branch Library every third Tuesday, 4 p.m.; kids in grades K-5 are invited to build with legos, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Roaring Fork Songwriters at the Library!

Roaring Fork Songwriters at the Carbondale Branch Library every third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.;for songwriters of all levels fascilitated by artist Ellen Stapenhorst and others, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Movie Day at the Library!

Movie Day! at the Carbondale Branch Library every fourth Tuesday, 4 p.m.; for teens 5th grade and up; popcorn provided; a new movie every month, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Bilingual Storytime at the Library!

Bilingual Storytime at the Carbondale Branch Library every Wednesday, 10:30 a.m.; for children ages 1-5 with Alejandra Rico; para niños de uno a cinco años con Alejandra Rico, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Senior Matters Book Club at the Library!

Senior Matters Book Club sponsored by the Carbondale Branch Library every fourth Wednesday, 4 p.m.; new title each month available through the library, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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First Wednesday Book Club at the Library!

First Wednesday Book Club at the Carbondale Branch Library every first Wednesday, 6 p.m.; new title each month available through the library; all welcome, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Bilingual Book Club at the Library!

Bilingual Book Club at the Carbondale Branch Library every first and third Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m.; everyone is invited to practice conversation and reading skills in English and Spanish; de practicar tu conversacion en Inglés y Español, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Loteria Night at the Library!

Loteria Night at the Carbondale Branch Library every last Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.; fun Mexican game for all ages, cultures, languages and family members; beverages and appetizers provided, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Infant & Toddler Storytime at the Library!

Infant & Toddler Storytime at the Carbondale Branch Library every Thursday, 10:30 a.m.; a great place to introduce children to the wonders of language and make new friends with stories, songs and fun , 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Teen Art Workshop at the Library!

Teen Art Workshop at the Carbondale Branch Library every first Thursday, 4 p.m.; different creative and fun projects every month, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Pizza & Pages at the Library!

Pizza & Pages at the Carbondale Branch Library every second Thursday, 4 p.m.; teens talk about the selected book over pizza and soda, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Tech Teen Thursday at the Library!

Teen Tech Thursdays at the Carbondale Branch Library every third Thursday, 4 p.m.; teens are invited to try great apps, watch videos, browse the internet, play games or do schoolwork, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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Wii Gaming at the Library!

Wii Gaming at the Carbondale Branch Library every fourth Thursday, 4 p.m.; teenagers are invited to play a variety of Wii games, 970-963-2889, www.gcpld.org
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