Thursday Community Calendar

Mar 8, 2018

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, March 8th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, at the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale.  For a list of today's events like Green is the New Black SUPERNATURAL Preview night follow the headline...

  • New Castle Library hosts PAWS to Read at 4.

  • Basalt Library hosts a free legal clinic at 4 and Citizenship Civics Review at 5:30.

  • Smokin’ Joe and Chris Bank play at the Limelight at 4:30

  • Alpine Legal Services offers consultations at 5 at The Pitkin County Courthouse.

  • Pitkin Library hosts an open house regarding the Castle Creek Bridge and Hallam Street projects at 5.

  • CORE and Marble Distillery present  Energy Innovation Happy Hour at 5:30.

  • The Wheeler Opera House presents The Met Live in HD with Puccini's Tosca at 5:30.

  • Carbondale Planning and Zoning Commission meets at Town Hall at 6.

  • The Helios Center offers the Sacred Practice of Sound at 6.

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

  • Basalt High School presents a vaping presentation for parents at 6.

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

  • Sopris Elementary School Glenwood Springs presents Literacy Night at 6:30.

  • The Third Street Center hosts Free the Women in Sanctuary at 6:30.

  • Beer Works presents Pink Boots Brew Day with Pearl and Wood at 7.

  • ACES Hallam Lake presents Naturalist Nights at 7.

  • Carbondale Arts presents Green Is the New Black Preview night at 7:30.

  • Thunder River Theater presents Arthur Miller’s The Price at 7:30.

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

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

  • The Temporary presents An Evening with Tinsley Ellis at 8.

  • John Hertler and The Rainbow Seekers play at 8:30 at Steve’s Guitars.

  • And Belly Up presents Umphrey’s Mcgee at 9.


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Credit Carbondale Arts