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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.

Shabby chic vintage furniture

refinishing class

Take your vintage finds and learn how to make them shabby cottage chic with Emily Barham, owner of Me & My House, from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, March 1, at the Silt Historical Park, 707 Orchard Ave. Emily will show us everything from how to jump in and get started to finishing up the final product. Each student will need to bring a “small” piece of furniture. (If students have nothing to paint Emily has pieces in her stash and they can contact her at 970-948-6938). Sign up early as class space is limited. Cost is $35. For further information contact Bill Smith at 970-618-4182.

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