Roaring Fork Cultural Council Speaker’s Night
The Roaring Fork Cultural Council is excited to be bringing Nathan Woodliff-Stanley, executive director of Colorado’s ACLU, to the Thunder River Theatre at 7 p.m. Friday, March 20. There is a lot of concern in our country surrounding the complex decisions regarding our constitutional rights and how to deal with terrorism. Woodliff-Stanley will address these concerns. The balance between civil liberties and surveillance is a hot topic right now. RFCC chair Jim Calaway will ask some leading questions, which will be a sound springboard for this topic. The discussion portion will last approximately 40 minutes. Then questions from our audience will be entertained for an additional 30 minutes. Tickets, information about the speaker and the RFCC is available at http://www.thunderrivertheatre.com.
Write Your Own Script
Learn the basics of screenwriting while exploring motivation, cause and reaction in your own life and the life you desire. The workshop runs from 6-8 p.m. for two Tuesdays, March 24 and 31, at 1329 Pitkin Ave. #26 in Glenwood Springs. Cost is $75 for all three days. Workshop leader Sandra Sharp is a graduate of the UCLA professional screenwriting program, columnist, published writer and professional job coach. RSVP to 720-585-9126 or email@example.com.
Colorado Wickiup Project
Join Holly “Sonny” Shelton from the Colorado Wickiup Project for a program on the most recent research from the Dominguez Archaeological Research Group on the Ute wickiups of Colorado, from 1-2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 21, at the Rifle Public Library.
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