Frontier Historical Society’s 16th annual Ghost Walk
Ghost Walk tours starting at dusk lead guests up the hill by lantern light to the old Linwood Cemetery at 1200 Bennett Ave., where costumed actors portray pioneers from Glenwood Springs’ past including Doc Holliday and Kid Curry. Tours are limited to 30 people each and are recommended for children school-age and up. Participants need to carry lanterns or flashlights for the moderately strenuous 1/3 mile hike up to the cemetery. Tours are at 7, 7:45, 8:30 and 9:15. p.m. Oct. 23-24 and 30-31. Tickets are $18/person for all ages or $10/Frontier Historical Society members and can be reserved with a Visa or MasterCard by calling 945-4448 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For information call 970-945-4448.
Teen Read Week
Teen Read Week is Oct. 18-24 at the Garfield County Libraries. Anyone caught escaping into a book while at the library will be rewarded. Candy bars, book bucks … who knows what the reward may be. Also vote for favorite teen books of 2015 online at goo.gl/Ob4zPN. For more information on Teen Read Week, visit gcpld.org.
NeuroMovement (based on Feldenkrais) is movement that talks to the brain. The brain is the CEO of your body. You can work on the muscles and joints for years but the reorganization of how you ultimately move comes from the brain. NeuroMovement is slow, nonforced with plenty of variations and accessible to all. Backed by neuroscience, this movement will create immediate improvements in movement, posture, breathing and reduction or elimination of chronic discomforts. This is not yoga or exercise but it will help you to do both of these things better. Jessi Hastings, RN, medial masseuse and yoga teacher for 20 years is offering free classes in Glenwood to introduce her work. The classes are Tuesdays 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Providence Apothecary, 713 Cooper Ave. The free classes will run through October. Call Jessi at 970-946-8968 for questions or to register.
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