Thursday Community Calendar

Jan 10, 2019

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, January 10th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine on the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale announcing the official SLW beer, Cerveza Sopris Mexican Lager offered in partnership with Roaring Fork Beer Company. For a list of today's events like The Wheeler Opera House presenting Aspen History 101 and showing Aspen Extreme follow the headline...

  • Anderson Ranch Arts Center presents Winter Sculpt, a 48 hour snow sculpture competition, starting at 3 today.

  • Basalt Library hosts Sherlock Holmes Escape Room for Children and Teens as well as a Free Legal Clinic at 4, and Adult Learning Lab at 4:30.

  • Explore Booksellers hosts Jennifer Skiff author of Rescuing Ladybugs at 5:30.

  • Aspen Police Department hosts the first of the Casual Candidate Conversations at 5:30.

  • The Wheeler Opera House hosts Aspen Historical Society presenting a theatrical performance of Aspen History 101 at 5:30 and showing Aspen Extreme at 7:30.

  • Silt Library presents Sounds Like Suicide poetry performance by Beth Walgren at 6.

  • ACE’s Hallam Lake presents Naturalist Nights at 6 featuring Stories from the Trinidad Rainforest.

  • Carbondale Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 7.

  • Aspen School District Theater presents Newsies the Musical at 7.

  • Mindful Life Program hosts Weekly Mindfulness Group at 7:30 a the Third Street Center.

  • The Crystal Theater shows The Mule at 7:30.

  • And Belly Up presents Opiuo at 8:30.

Looking ahead

  • Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Center at 1402 Blake Avenue hosts an open house at 4 tomorrow afternoon.

  • Carbondale Clay Center presents the opening reception of The Year 2525 at 6 tomorrow evening.

  • And Carbondale Arts presents the opening reception of Impressions on Ink: Carbondale Creative District Printmakers at Morgridge Commons in Glenwood Springs at 6 tomorrow evening as well.

You can submit your calendar items on our website or by emailing calendar@kdnk.org. Get out there and have some fun!

 

Credit Aspen Historical Society