Lenten Fish Fry
St. Stephen’s Catholic School is hosting a Lenten Fish Fry for the remaining “FRY-days” of Lent through Friday, April 11. The school will be serving fried fish and/or baked fish, coleslaw, bread and lemonade. We have a kid-friendly option of cheese pizza, too. It will be from 5-7 p.m. in the basement of St. Stephen’s Catholic Church. Prices are $8 for adults, $4 for children 4-12, free for children 3 and under, and $22 for a family of four (each additional family member $4), and $6 for seniors 65 and older. To-go orders will be available. All proceeds will benefit the school.
Pasta La Vista
Glenwood Springs Elementary School presents Pasta La Vista, a family fun night from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, April 11. Enjoy a hearty pasta dinner; find entertainment at the Family Fun Fair, where you can try your luck at the wheel of fortune, bingo and cupcake walk; show your talent at the Wii dance off; and tap into your silly side with face painting and fun races. Entry into the fair is $3 per child, and adults are free. Bid on silent auction items such as Rockies or Avalanche tickets, a round of golf at Aspen Glen, restaurant certificates, gift baskets and more. Dinner tickets can be purchased in advance at the GSES front office at 915 School St. Advance dinner tickets are $5 per person or $7 per person at the door. For more information, call GSES at 970-384-5450.
Alaska by Land and Sea
The Carbondale Branch Library will host local wildlife and nature enthusiast Mark Fuller at 5 p.m. Friday, April 11. He will share stories and images from explorations of Alaska’s Alexander Archipelago, Denali National Park, and Kenai Peninsula. Refreshments will be provided at the one-hour presentation.
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