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Carbondale takes over Visit Colorado’s Instagram account

The town of Carbondale is taking over Visit Colorado’s Instagram account May 15-21. The account has more than 36,000 followers who, in that week, will be reached with photos of Carbondale, with your help.

To participate, just snap a photo representing Carbondale (like Mount Sopris, outdoor recreation, downtown Carbondale, trail, restaurants and shopping, distilleries and breweries, lodging and more). Tag your photo with #VisitCarbondaleCO, and post it to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. Be sure to caption your photo with what it is, where it was taken, etc. The best photos will be selected and shared on Visit Colorado’s Instagram account, and you’ll get photo credit.

Spring Bike Maintenance: Tires & Tune-ups

Bike techs from Sunlight Ski & Bike will present a spring bicycle maintenance workshop at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28, at the Glenwood Springs Branch Library. Learn about the importance of keeping your bike well-maintained, what to lube and how to do it, repairing tubes, changing tubes and tires, and the basics of bike tuning. Bring your bike if you can. For more information, call 970-945-5958.

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