Community Calendar for September 24/25, 2016

Sep 23, 2016

The Community Calendar on KDNK is underwritten by the Mount Sopris Rotary Club, meeting every Thursday at noon at Mi Casita in Carbondale. Click here for more information. Rotary: Service above self.

 

The National Dog Agility Championships continue today and Sunday at North Face Park in Carbondale, beginning at 8 AM. It's free and open to spectators.

Fall colors are peaking in the High Country and parking lots at the Maroon Bells are filling up. The US Forest Service reminds visitors to park vehicles at the Aspen Highlands parking garage or the Brush Creek & Hwy 82 Intercept Lot and take the bus. Or, catch the bus at Rubey Park in Aspen.

Senior Matters holds its monthly tech class at the Carbondale Library at 10 AM.

Johnny O Band, Dry Hollow Band, Whisky Stomp and Valle Musico play the Stoney Ridge Pavilion in Silt today from 1 - 8 PM to benefit Huts for Vets.

The 38th Annual Aspen FilmFest runs through Sunday at the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen and at the Crystal Theater in Carbondale. Schedule and tickets at aspenfilmdot org. Tickets for the Carbondale shows are also available at Bonfire Coffee and at the Crystal a half hour before the movie starts. The Crystal will be closed on Monday, September 26th.

The No Man's Land Film Fest at the Carbondale community school from 6 - 9 PM. Doors open at 5. Everyone is invited.

Music on the Mountain closes out the season at the Glenwood Adventure Park tonight from 6 - 10 PM with the Missing Link Band. You can ride the tram for free if you bring a food donation for LiftUp.

The Glenwood Vaudeville Review's summer show begins at 6:30 tonight at 915 Grand Avenue in Glenwood Springs.

The Wailers with Dustin Thomas play the Belly UP in Aspen tonight at 9. Doors open at 8.

On Sunday, Wilderness Workshop hosts its final hike of the season up the East Maroon Creek trail, beginning at 8 AM. Register at wildernessworkshop.org/hikes.

The Launchpad offers yoga Sundays from 9 to 10:30. Bring your own mat.