Community News & Notes
The Glenwood Springs Branch Library invites all teens age 13-18 to a Teen Book Club meeting Wednesday, Dec. 8, at 3:30 p.m. Join us for fun, snacks, and a great discussion with your friends. If you have questions please call 945-5958.
On the first Monday of every month a reading partnership between mothers and daughters (in fifth and sixth grade) will form. Come join us at the Gordon Cooper Branch Library in Carbondale on Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. for this mother/daughter book club. We will read titles that define who we are, explore topics pertinent to us, and encourage lively dialog between us all. For more information or to RSVP call 963-2889.
Amy Fetterhoff, Edward Jones financial advisor, will be holding a Holiday Open House on Friday, Dec. 10, from 4-7 p.m. Come join us for refreshments and good cheer. Located in the Glenwood Commercial Buildings on South Highway 82. Call 948-4834 for directions.
The Gordon Cooper Branch Library is hosting craft making programs just in time for the holidays. On three Tuesdays in December join us as we make holiday gifts starting with “holiday mice” on Dec. 7. All programs will be from 4-5 p.m. at the library. Space is limited to 25 crafters, and children 6 and under need to be accompanied by an adult. Join us for one or all of these festive activities. RSVP at the front desk or by calling 963-2889.
On Friday, Dec. 10, the New Castle Recreation Department will be hosting a middle school dance (grades 5-8) at the New Castle Community Center from 7-9 p.m. The charge is $5 at the door, and all participants must be signed in and signed out by an adult. A DJ will be presenting the music and concessions will be available as well. For more information contact the New Castle Recreation Department at 984-3352.
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