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Children’s Mini College benefit

at Vaudeville

The Glenwood Vaudeville Revue will perform a benefit show for Children’s Mini College on Friday, Feb. 27, with doors opening at 6 p.m. In addition to the show there will a silent and live auction. Call the school at 970-945-2446 to purchase tickets for the show at $35 per person.

Cycling fundraiser at Glenwood Hot

Springs Athletic Club

Grab a friend and your water bottle for a heart-healthy indoor cycling ride raising funds and awareness for heart health on Saturday, Feb. 28. Four back-to-back rides will be offered as part of the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women” and SpinningNation’s nationwide fundraiser and awareness event. Online registration and a fundraising commitment is required in advance at Contact event coordinator Debbi Cerri for more information, 970-309-0721. All levels of cyclists are welcome. Drop-ins cannot be accommodated at this particular event.

Ukrainian Eggs

Jaci Spuhler will guide a class through the traditional method of creating a Ukrainian Egg at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 1. Participants must be in ninth grade or higher. A $3 materials fee will be charged. Limit of 10 participants; seating goes fast. Call or stop in the New Castle Branch Library at 970–2346 to register.

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