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High water closes section of Glenwood Canyon bike path

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — High water from the start of the seasonal mountain runoff prompted Colorado Department of Transportation officials to close a section of the Glenwood Canyon bike path on Tuesday afternoon.

The path between the Shoshone put-in and the Hanging Lake trailhead will remain closed until further notice, CDOT spokeswoman Tracy Trulove said.



“We will monitor the situation daily, but for now that section is closed,” Trulove said.

It’s possible that other sections of the path could also be closed at times during the spring runoff season, she said.



Dandelion Days

Dandelion Days, a creative community celebration of sustainability and spring, kicks off on Friday, May 9, with a tour of Carbondale School Gardens: Meet at the Roaring Fork High School growing dome at 3 p.m. “Bringing It Home,” a movie about building with industrial hemp, will be shown at the Crystal Theater on Main Street at 5:30. At 10 a.m. Saturday, May 10, the nonmotorized Parade of the Species marches down Main Street to Sopris Park where vendor and nonprofit booths, educational workshops, music, beer, food and more will be on offer. Visit http://www.dandelionday.org/ for more info.

NAMI Vaudeville fundraiser

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will hold a fundraiser at the Glenwood Vaudeville Review Saturday, May 10. Cost is $25, and food and full bar will be available for purchase. For information call 945-9699.


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