Tuesday Community Calendar

Feb 4, 2020

Here’s your community calendar for Tuesday, February 4th, underwritten by Basalt Regional Library, where community members will find a safe and welcoming space providing access to tools, programs, and information that nurture lifelong learning. For a list of today's events like Music Trivia at Beer Works for the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program, follow the headline...

 

  • Carbondale Library hosts a Social Security Webinar at 12:30 and First Tuesdays Book Club at 4…

  • Anderson Ranch Arts Center offers Local’s Photography Salon and Local’s Sketch Club at 3…

  • Basalt Library hosts Paws to Read at 3:30…

  • Glenwood Springs Library hosts Story Art at 4...

  • KDNK airs Colorado Inside Out at 4 and A Weight off your Shoulders at 4:30…

  • The Collective hosts Fun with Aspen Science Center for kids at 4…

  • Anderson Ranch Arts Center presents an exhibition reception for Dappling at 5...

  • Yarn Group meets at Basalt Library at 5…

  • The Wheeler Opera House hosts Aspen Historical Society presenting photos collections at 5:30…

  • Basalt Library shows Screenagers the Next Chapter at 5:30…

  • Patina Restaurant in Carbondale offers a wine and painting class at 6…

  • Leadville City Council meets at 6...

  • The Collective in Snommass hosts ACES Wild Perspectives featuring artist Sarah Uhl at 6…

  • The Alzheimer’s Association offers an evening class at CMC Rifle at 6:30…

  • Carbondale Beer Works hosts Music Trivia benefiting the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program at 7...

  • New Castle Town Council meets at 7…

  • The Third Street Center hosts Lets Just Dance at 7...

  • The Crystal Theatre shows Knives Out at 7:30…

 

Looking Ahead…

  • Basalt Library hosts the Little Red Bag Spanish Reading Club for children under 5 at 10:30 tomorrow morning,,,

  • And Aspen Chapel offers Insight Meditation at 11.

Let us know about your events by submitting calendar items on our website or by emailing calendar@kdnk.org. Now, get out there and have some fun!

 

Credit Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program