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A&E at a glance

Aspen Dance Connection hosts a Caribbean dance and drumming workshop from 6-9 p.m. today in Glenwood Springs. Wilfred Mark and Godfrey Luke from Trinidad teach the drumming class from 6-7:30 p.m., followed by a Caribbean dance class from 7:30-9 p.m. at the Masonic Hall, located on the corner of Colorado Avenue and Ninth Street. Cost is $15 per class. For more information about additional classes in Hotchkiss, contact Fran Page at the Aspen Dance Connection at 927-0641, e-mail to aspendance@sopris.net, or visit the dance school online at http://www.aspendanceconnection.org.

KDNK brings back Women’s Arm Rastlin’ to Phat Thai in Carbondale at 9 p.m. Saturday. Women of all ages, shapes and sizes are welcome. Costumes and stage names are encouraged. All proceeds benefit KDNK Community Radio. Information: 963-0139

“PEACE,” the December show at The Artist’s Mercantile, is calling for artists to share their views of the world as it can be. All media are eligible, and deadline to register is Wednesday, Nov. 15. Five percent of sales out of the gallery commission will be donated to the humanitarian charity or organization of the artist’s choice. For full details and conditions, or an entry form, stop in to The Artist’s Mercantile 720 Cooper Ave., Glenwood Springs, or call 947-0947.

Town Center Booksellers is hosting local author Alan Pilkington for a presentation and book signing of his newly released novel, “Four of Diamonds: An Australian’s Journey,” at 7 p.m. Thursday. Pilkington proves himself to be a much-admired storyteller in his epic that follows the life of Rex Rivington, an Australian bloke, whose struggles and adventures shape him into a well-loved country doctor. According to the Kirkus Review, “The author’s account of the protagonist’s uncommon life is elevated by marvelous yet familiar prose, reminiscent of the dry toughness of Louis L’amour.” Town Center Booksellers is located under the clock tower in downtown Basalt. For more information, call 927-2665.

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