Thursday Community Calendar

Feb 22, 2018

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, February 22th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, at the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale. For a list of today's events like The Wild and Scenic Film Festival at the Vaudeville Theater follow the headline...

  • New Castle Library hosts PAWS to Read at 4.

  • Silt Library offers Popcorn and a Movie showing Cool Runnings at 4:30.

  • The Art Base in Basalt presents a Members Only Art Talk with Lara Whitley at 5:30.

  • Pitkin Library offer Spanish Family Movie Night showing  Lego Batman at 5:30.

  • Silt Library hosts Novel Idea with Teen Book Reviews at 5:45.

  • The Mindful Life Program at The Third Street Center offers the Mindfulness Foundations Course at 6.

  • Marble Distilling Company hosts a meet and greet for Why Cycles at 6.

  • Doc Eason performs magic at 6 at the Artisan Restaurant in Snowmass.

  • The Middle Colorado Watershed Council presents the Wild and Scenic Film Festival tomorrow at Vaudeville Theater at 7.

  • Sopris Theater Company presents Red at 7 at the New Space Theater Spring Valley.

  • ACES Hallam Lake presents Naturalist Nights featuring Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Response to Global Change at 7.

  • Dana Underwood and Hayden Gregg play at Heather’s at 7:30.

  • Thunder River Theatre presents a preview of Arthur Miller’s The Price at 7:30.

  • The Crystal Theatre shows The Shape of Water at 7:30.

  • The Wheeler Opera House and Aspen Laughfest present Paula Poundstone at the at 7:30.

  • And Belly Up presents An Evening with Lotus at 10.

Looking ahead

  • The Middle Colorado Watershed Council presents the Wild and Scenic Film Festival tomorrow  at Ute City Theater Rifle at 7.

  • And Andy Zanka Youth Empowerment Program and KDNK present Yoga Happy Hour on Friday, February 23rd. Yoga begins at 5 in the KDNK Learning Center followed by a gathering at 6 at Mi Casita. for further info.


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Credit Wild & Scenic Film Festival