Your Tax-Deductible donations are needed: Title Sponsor, Hole Sponsors, Contest Sponsors: Hole-IN-One, Longest Putt, Closest to the Hole; Beverage Sponsors, Lunch Sponsor, Gift Bag Sponsors, and In-Kind Donations. fun and Prizes for All! Friday, May 22, 2015 with a 1 p.m. Shotgun Start. Register now and make your own foursomes( limited to the first 20 teams to register singles and twosomes welcome). Make checks payable to Basalt Lions Club, mail to P.O. Box 602, Basalt, CO, 81621. $125/ Person or $500/ foursome including motorized cart. Lunch will be served prior to play, diner and presentations following the event.
For more information contact Ryan Beckman at 970-319-9163/ firstname.lastname@example.org or Kevin Morley at 970-319-6116/ kmorley@HSAarchitects.com. For fax registration – 208-338-0011
An Evening with Maureen McGovern will be presented by the Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association on Monday, April 27, at Glenwood Springs High School theater at 7 p.m. Memberships in the association will be sold at the concert and admission is free with purchase of a membership for next season.
Storyteller Judith Black will perform on April 29th at the Basalt Library at 5:30. Act 1 for people of all ages from four years old and up. Act 2 begins at 6:30 featuring more complex stories for the older crowd, ages 11 and up. The event is hosted by the local chapter of Spellbinders.
Spellbinders is a local non-profit, which works to boost literacy through the art of oral storytelling. .
Judith Black is one of America’s finest storytellers. She has been featured on stages from the Montreal Comedy Festival to The Smithsonian Institution, to the Art Museum of Cape Town. She has appeared 10 times at the National Storytelling Festival, and is the winner of the Oracle Award, storytelling’s most coveted laurel. Retellings of history from new perspectives, tickling familial dysfunction, and ironic explorations of aging are all fodder for her tales.
Doors open at 5:00pm, light refreshments will be served and a short intermission will be provided between acts.
The Frontier Historical Society hosts a fun evening of frontier gambling with our Playing with the Past series. Join the gang at the Defiance Saloon (the Elks Lodge at 51939 Highway 6 in West Glenwood) on Saturday, May 30th to learn Chuck-a-Luck, Klondike, Craps, 21, High-Low and Hazard. $10 gets you into the saloon and a stack of “Defiance Dollars” to play with. Dress in your old west best and see if Lady Luck is on your side! The bar opens at 6:30 and the games begin at 7:00.
Enjoy a cash bar and club menu with food items for purchase while you gamble the evening away. If you don’t know how to play, we’ll teach you! Don’t have a costume, come on down anyway! Everyone is welcome!
For more information, please call us at (970) 945-4448 or email email@example.com.
2015 Annual Yard Sale to Benefit the American Cancer Society
WHATEVER YOU WANT, YOU’LL FIND IT!
LOTS AND LOTS OF FURNITURE, DESKS, CLOTHES, TOOLS, TVs, DISHES, COLLECTIBLES, BABY THINGS, TOYS, GAMES,
HOME FURNISHINGS, BOOKS, BIKES, YARD ITEMS,
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT, SPORTS EQUIPMENT, APPLIANCES, TOOLS, AND ELECTRONICS
7th ANNUAL COLORADO SPRINGS NATIVE AMERICAN INTERTRIBAL FESTIVAL & TRADITIONAL POWWOW
The Palmer Lake Historical Society (PLHS) and One Nation Walking Together (ONWT) are sponsoring a one-day Native American Indian Festival and Traditional Powwow on Saturday, July 18, 2015, at the Mortgage Solutions Financial Expo Center (formerly the Freedom Financial Services EXPO Center), 3650 N. Nevada, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80907. This event is a celebration of Native history and culture and will include Native drums and dancers, Native art and artisans, live wolf and birds of prey exhibits, and plenty of Native vendors and food.
The event is a Traditional Powwow, where American Indians from all tribes join in dancing, singing, visiting, renewing old friendships and making new ones. About 3,000 people attended last years’ event. This event will provide the opportunity for non-Natives to learn and ask questions about American Indian culture, history, dances and music. Learn the meaning and significance of drums, songs and dances in Native traditions and culture. See the different regalia worn by dancers as they demonstrate some of the various Native dances. Native artisans will demonstrate their skills and exhibit their paintings, jewelry, beadwork, and more. Sample Native food, such as Navajo tacos and fry bread.
Cash prizes for dancers. Drums by invitation only.
Admission is $4.00. Native Americans in full regalia and children 12 and under admitted free. Bring chairs, as seating is limited. Also, please bring donations of non-perishable food to help feed the hungry. The event will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Grand Entry at 12:00 noon. No drugs, alcohol or pets (except service animals) permitted.
For Information: visit www.palmerdividehistory.org or call Al & Rhetta Walter at 719-559-0525 or 703-798-4320 (please leave a message if no answer), email Rhetta_walter@hotmail.com. Also visit www.OneNationWT.org or call 719-329-0251, email Office@OneNationWT.org.
RIDE for the CHILD is characterized by a spectacular course of varying distances (100 mile, 100k, 50K) through some of the most beautiful areas Colorado has to offer. The crown jewel of the event is the Sopris Century Ride which starts near the base of Mount Sopris in the quaint town of Carbondale, Colorado. The ride initially heads east, up the scenic Roaring Fork Valley, with miles of gorgeous riverfront riding next to the Roaring Fork River. In the distance the Maroon Bells wilderness and Snowmass ranges provide a perfect backdrop to the spectacular views of the Aspen and Snowmass ski areas.
The course begins on a designated bike path, free of auto traffic. Riders eventually depart from the path, riding along gently rolling terrain, meandering through farm and ranch land, with outstanding views. The Elk Mountain Range with it’s principal peaks; Haystack Mountain, Mount Daly and Capitol Peak are visible at numerous points along the ride. During the second half of the ride, participants will leave the valley floor and head north/west up to the Missouri Heights area, with the Red Table Mountain Range never far away. Lightly traveled rural roads wind gently throughout the farm and ranchland on this plateau. Amazing views to the south are highlighted by Mt. Sopris, Chair Mountain, Capitol Peak and Sunlight ski area. As you turn south to begin the final portion of your ride, Mount Sopris serves as your backdrop, guiding you on your return to Carbondale. The 100K and 50K rides follow the same general course as the 100 mile ride, albeit proportionately shorter. All three distances provide various amounts of elevation gain and climbing. With grades ranging from 4-8%, punctuated by bursts of 10%, these routes offer plenty of challenge for all categories of riders.
Event details and schedule
Riders can depart between 7 am and 9:30 am. We will have a table open for day of ride registration and packet pick up @6:30 AM. Arrival Info: Riders can pick up registration packets the day/evening before the ride @ Aloha Mountain Cyclery. 2270 Colorado 133, Carbondale, CO 81623 (970) 963-2500 Parking Info: Parking available at Roaring Fork High School 2270 Colorado 133, Carbondale, CO 81623 What to Bring: Bring yourself, a bicycle in working condition, Limited inventory of Cervelo demo bikes available on first come, first serve basis. Contact Aloha Mountain Cyclery What to Wear: Riders should be prepared for all weather conditions, as conditions can change quickly in Colorado. Afternoon storms are not uncommon, so be prepared with rain gear. Other details: There are 3 different routes available for “Ride for the Child” participants. Elevation gain ranges from 2500 (50K)-7100 (100 mile) feet. Riders should be aware that all routes have short sections of climbing, which are steep for brief sections . These sections are easily managed by getting into a low gear and taking your time. However, If you are not accustomed to doing some climbing, even the shortest route may be challenging. Please see ride web page, and click on link to view maps, profile, and download features. http://www.casaoftheninth.org/ride-for-the-child Riders are expected to ride single file on the roads, and on the bike path….obeying rules of the road and signage at all times. We will have sag/support vehicles circulating throughout the course, but riders should be prepared to fix flat tires or deal with minor mechanical issues, as notifying and obtaining support will take time. Please join us for a post-ride meal, music and prize giveaway at the finish area @ Roaring Fork High School