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The Frontier Historical Society Museum is holding an instructional practice for vintage base ball from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Saturday in the field between Glenwood Springs High School and the Roaring Fork River below the bike path. Vintage base ball is played by the rules in place from the 1860-80s. Team members play for either the Glenwood Sluggers or the Yampah Stars at 6 p.m. Friday, June 30. Vintage base ball is a combination of sport and theatrics designed to teach the history of baseball. The players and the umpire interact with the spectators, who are encouraged to also be a part of the game. This year, the Glenwood Sluggers look to avenge last year’s loss to the Yampah Stars. The match is free and open to the public. For more information, call 945-4448 or just show up at practice Saturday.Little Red Corvette Aspen Highlands Village is accepting applications for the Third Annual Exotic Car Expo taking place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 1. All types of cars are welcome. Last year’s cars ranged from a 1947 Cadillac Sedanette to a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. Four separate awards will be given to the “Most Luxurious Car,” “Best Babe Magnet,” “Coolest Rims” and “Aspen’s Coolest Car.” Aspen Highlands Village is also seeking event sponsors. Please call Darnauer Group PR & Marketing at 925-9010 for more information and to request an application.The heart of the matterThe community is invited to hear the musical drama “Headhunters to Heart Hunters” when the India Children’s Choir performs at Holy Cross Lutheran Church at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 2. The famous India Children’s Choir comprises 24 children ages 9 to 12 from the hills of Manipur on the India-Burma-China border. In song and drama, they sing and tell the story of their tribe’s transformation from fierce headhunters just two generations ago to Christians, thanks to a British missionary who brought tribal leaders the Gospel of John. The children are the direct descendants of these former headhunters who live in the remote areas of northeast India. Admission in free.
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