A&E at a glance
Avant garde art from 14 valley artists is on display at the “Seventh Annual Wild Women of Progressive Art” exhibit at the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts. An opening reception for the show takes place at 6 p.m. today. This year’s featured wild women are: Wewer Keohane, Linda Drake, Bobbie Van Meter, Maria Sippola, Lorraine Morrison, Shannon Muse, Nicole Levesque, Ardith Robinson, Maggie Mae Butler, Dee Dee Shea, Terry Muldoon, Jacquetta Green Janet Nelson and Kathy Honea. Call 945-2414 for more information.
Crystal River Ballet School, under the direction of Jeni Ptacek, hosts its end-of-year performance at 7 p.m. today at the Church at Carbondale, 110 Snowmass Dr. The student concert features dance works set to music by Ella Fitzgerald, Micheal Buble, and more. The show also includes live music by Dave Thomas, Nick Walgren and Lindsay Dudycha, and a pasta dinner from The Kitchen Fine Catering. Advance tickets are: $20 for adults; $12 for children 12 and younger and seniors 65 and older. Limited dinner tickets will be sold at the door for $25 for adults and $15 for children and seniors. Proceeds sponsor the school’s pointe students to attend a ballet workshop in Jackson, Miss. Call 704-0114 or go online at http://www.crystalriverballet.com for more information.
The Valley Cruisers Classic Car Club is hosting a car show on Saturday at Sopris Park in Carbondale. Registration is from 8-10 a.m., and judging will be from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Participants have a chance to win dash plaques, awards and prizes. The event is co-sponsored by Alpine Bank, Aspen Earthmoving Trucking, Big Steve’s Towing, 4-Wheelers 4×4 Center, KJEB-FM 94.5, Valley Towing, and Western Slope Paint Supply. A Lions Club pancake breakfast starts at 7 a.m. and rock ‘n’ roll music will be play all day. For more information, contact Ron Madsen at 945-1008.
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