No Man’s Land Film Festival
Through Sunday Adventure meets film meets female strength in this all-women film festival. The weekend includes filmmaker talks, panel discussions, workshops, yoga and—of course—film.
Multiple venues, Carbondale | $15-$35 | nomandslandfilmfestival.org
Friday, 8 p.m. Traffic got you riled up? Need a good laugh? Head to the Vaudeville for standup comedian Jim Tews. He’s known for “Last Comic Standing” and has also appeared on “Louie” and in a number of comedy festivals and web series. Doors open at 7 p.m. for dinner and drinks; you must arrive by 7:30 to reserve your seat.
Glenwood Vaudeville Theater, 915 Grand Ave. | $25 | 945-9699 | gvrshow.com
Saturday, 5-8 p.m. South Glenwood gathers together for a community potluck with live music from Leonard Curry Trio. Bring a dish to share, something to sit on and a yard game if you’ve got ‘em. Then enjoy good times with your neighbors. The final event in the SoGlow series is a fall festival and chili cook-off Oct. 21.
Glenwood Park baseball fields, Mount Sopris Drive, Glenwood Springs | Free | facebook.com/SoGlowGWS
Carbondale Bicycle Ditch Tour
Tuesday, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Learn about Carbondale’s ditch system and how it brings water from the Crystal River into town. Bring your own bike and helmet for this tour, appropriate for those 12 and older.
Carbondale Town Hall, 511 Colorado Ave.| RFC members free, $10 nonmembers | 927-1290 | roaringfork.org
Alias Brass Company
Wednesday, 7 p.m. Glenwood’s Community Concert Association begins its season with Alias Brass Company, a quintet with a repertoire that ranges from classical to contemporary. Four additional concerts follow in the season.
Glenwood Springs High School | Membership required: $40 individual, $90 families, $15 students | 945-8722 | gsconcertassn.org
Elk and Bighorn Sheep walk
Wednesday, 4:30 p.m. Filoha Meadows’ seasonal closure approaches, so this is one of the final opportunities this season to see elk and bighorn sheep in the area. Colorado Parks & Wildlife District Wildlife Ranger John Groves will speak about the animals’ history and the importance of this area. Wear closed-toe shoes and be prepared for uneven terrain. Got binoculars or a spotting scope? Bring those, too!
Filoha Meadows Open Space, Colorado 133, Redstone | Free, registration required | 927-1290 | roaringfork.org
Love, Loss, and What I Wore
Thursday and Sept. 22, 7:30 p.m. Nora Ephron is gone, but she certainly isn’t forgotten. She and fellow writer/producer Delia Ephron—yes, that’s her sister—adapted Ilene Beckerman’s “Love, Loss, and What I wore” for the stage. The series of monologues explores women’s relationships and the issues they face.
The Temporary, 360 Market St., Basalt | $18-$22 | 510-5365 | tacaw.org
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