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n Tonight: The Frustrations, Formerly 3 Legged Dog at Rivers Restaurant, 2525 S. Grand Ave. Glenwood Springs. 9 p.m. 928-8813.n Tonight: Acoustic Mayhem – local string music which ranges from folk to rock, Americana to tender love ballads by Craig Curry, Sweet Lorraine, Elliot Leonard and Marc Bruell. Steve’s Guitars, 19 N. Fourth St., Carbondale. 8:30 p.m. 963-3304.n Sunday night: Elephant Revival Concept – a five-piece band from Nederland comprised of musicians who want to help revive the “lost energies of the mystic Elephant tribes.” The group has strong roots in reggae, bluegrass, rock, folk, hip-hop and jazz. Steve’s Guitars, 19 N. Fourth St., Carbondale. 8:30 p.m. 963-3304.Art Galleriesn Colorado Mountain College Gallery, 831 Grand Ave. Glenwood Springs; recent lithographs of Jasper Johns, father of the Pop and Minimalism art movements.n Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts, 601 E. 6th Street; “Impressionists are from Venus, Abstracts are from Marsand Realists are Forever!”n Artists’ Mercantile, 720 Cooper Avenue Featured artists are Stephen and Jan Legersky, with paintings and ceramics.n Main Street Gallery, 817 Grand Avenue; One man show of western landscapes by award-winning Colorado native Stephen C. Datz.n Carol Rothrock participates in First Friday from 6 – 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2 at Sotheby’s Realty, 711 Main St., Carbondale. The artist’s pastel paintings and giclee’ prints will be on display. The public is invited to enjoy artwork and refreshments.n Majid Kahhak will paint an early winter landscape, live, beginning at 6 p.m., Friday, Nov. 2 (First Friday), at Kahhak Fine Arts & School, 411 Main St. in Carbondale. Wine and snacks will be served. For more information, call 704-0622. n Dancing Colours will feature the works of jewelry designer Lauren Spence from 6:30-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, at the studio at 968 Main St. Spence uses fine gold, silver and semi-precious stones in contemporary and elegant pieces. For more information, call 963-2965.n Join The Floral Boutique for a winter wonderland and get a jump start on Christmas shopping. An array of gifts and holiday decorations will be on display. Stock up now and get 10 percent off. Open till 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, for First Fridays. Located at 453 Main St. For more information, call 963-0866.n Harmony Scott Jewelry will have extended hours until 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, showcasing new jewelry designs for fall and winter. The shop will toast First Friday visitors with Colorado wine and cheese and 20 percent off entire store (except new designs). n Paintings by watercolor artist Dorothy B. Doyle will be on display at the Village Smithy in Carbondale, at 26 S. Third Street, beginning Friday Nov. 2nd through Nov. 30th. Hours are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. For more information, call 704-1575.To get your live music, art gallery show or other arts and entertainment announcements into the Post Independent Options section contact Stina Sieg at 384-9111; ssieg@postindependent.com


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