Garfield County libraries have been open with restrictions for almost two weeks. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh went to the Carbondale Library to check out the situation (and a book) with branch manager Lacy Dunlavy.
Carbondale librarians mask up to open up. From left to right: Branch Manager Lacy Dunlavy, Mary Clement, Britney White, Sara Friend, Amber Jones.
Since the onset of COVID-19 and amidst so much crisis, it has felt crass to be thinking about hope. It is, however, a word we use all the time. "I hope it's sunny tomorow." "I hope there's ice cream in the freezer." Hope seems to be part of the farbic of humanity, but what does it really mean in this greater sense? What does hope look like during a pandemic?
Hear reflections on hope from local community and spiritual leaders including Lisa Goddard of Roaring Fork Insight; Reverend Laurie Bushbaum of Two Rivers Universialist Unitarian; Rabbi Emily Segal of the Aspen Jewish Congregation; Eaden Shantay of True Nature Healing Arts; and Carol Grace, licensed marriage and family therapist.
As Colorado moves into the “Safer at Home” phase, businesses and offices are tiptoeing into unknown territory. In the coming weeks, we’ll be hearing from those who are adapting to COVID-19 policies in the workplace. KDNK’s Kathleen Shannon recently spoke with Carbondale Town Manager Jay Harrington about operations at Town Hall.