A&E at a Glance
Friends of the Missouri Heights Schoolhouse are hosting their annual potluck dinner from 4-8 p.m. Sunday, July 8. The event takes place at the Missouri Heights Schoolhouse, 498 102 Road, and features music, entertainment, food and the chance to get to know your neighbors. Donations are welcome. Call 963-7447 or 963-2180 for more information.
Bring in an old pair of well-used, but not too abused, shoes to Summit Canyon Mountaineering, and receive 20 percent off Chaco sandals. Used shoes are sent to Chaco to be fixed up with new laces and a little tender loving care and sent to nations in need of shoes. Chaco works with the dZi Foundation to accomplish this goal. Call 945-6994 for more information.
The Frontier Historical Museum offers guided tours of Linwood Pioneer Cemetery in July. Cost is $12 per person for ages 5 and older and includes a Frontier Historical Society water bottle and admission to the museum. Participants meet at the cemetery trailhead at 12th and Bennett promptly at 9 a.m. any Friday in July. Tours last approximately an hour and a half. Hear the tales of Glenwood’s pioneers, including its most infamous residents. Payment with cash, checks or traveler’s checks accepted. Sorry, no credit cards. Call 945-4448 for reservations or more information.
Downtown’s fourth annual Classic Car Show takes place at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 21. Approximately 100 classic cars, trucks and trailers are expected to take part in this year’s event. The show starts with a cruise night at 6 p.m. from the Charcoal Burger Drive-In located in West Glenwood. On Saturday, at 9 a.m., cars will be displayed on Ninth Street, between Grand and Cooper avenues. The public is invited to vote for their favorite classic automobile. Volunteers are still needed to help with the popular downtown event. To enter a car, volunteer or for information, call Dennis Bader at 945-5971.
More than 300 volunteers are needed to pull off three days of arts and crafts, live music and family fun at the 36th annual Carbondale Mountain Fair, taking place July 27-29 in Sopris Park. Help keep the fair sustainable through the Green Team, or sell raffle tickets and T-shirts, set up, break down and all points in between. Receive a Mountain Fair T-shirt and raffle ticket for a New Belgium Cruiser Bike for every four hours volunteered. Call Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities at 963-1680 to volunteer. For more information visit http://www.carbondalearts.com.
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Imagine Glenwood and The City of Glenwood Springs is slated to host a virtual town hall at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 11.