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Wulfsohn Ranch area park wildflower guide now available

A free eight-page color Wildflower Guide to the Wulfsohn Ranch Area Park hiking trails is now available at the Glenwood Springs Community Center.

Compiled by Hal Sundin from photographs taken by Terry Keane in March through September 2014, the guide identifies 45 species of wildflowers observed during that period. The wildflowers are arranged by the months in which they are normally in peak bloom to make it easier to find them in the guide.

Hal’s niece, Jenne Holmgren of San Jose, California, provided the technical expertise to produce the pamphlet.

Rifle Centennial Park Concert Series lineup announced

The City of Rifle announced the Centennial Park Concert Series lineup. Concerts will take place at 6 p.m. every Sunday from June 28 through August 16 at the Centennial Park Stage.

The lineup, in order, is Fifty50, Symphony in the Valley (at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, July 3, with fireworks), Exit 42, The Johnny O Band, Dry Hollow, The Caleb Dean Band, Hell Roaring String Band and Wide Load.

Food and drink will be available for sale, and the concerts are free.

Kids’ Theatrical Camp in Rifle to put on ‘Aladdin’

Secret Identity Productions will present “Aladdin the Musical” this summer at the New Ute Events Center in Rifle.

This will be a Kids’ Theatrical Camp for the month of July. Forty students ages 8-14 will spend four weeks building sets and costumes and learning dance, singing and acting to put on the performance at the end of the camp.

For information on how to be a sponsor or how to sign your child up for the camp, contact Brett Lark with Secret Identity Productions at 970-379-5161.

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