Community News & Notes
It’s time to register for summer classes at the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts, including classes in art, pottery, music, silversmithing, and dance. Discover or advance your inner artist and have fun exploring with the best of Glenwood Springs.Call 945- 2414 or visit http://www.glenwoodarts.org.
Healing Circle community acupuncture is offered from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday Nights at Window To The Sky Acupuncture, 227 Midland Ave 18B (behind Val’s gourmet Deli) in Basalt.Community acupuncture treatments take place in a tranquil open-room setting where a collective healing energy is created. Participants leave feeling connected, rejuvenated, inspired and deeply supported. This is an outreach program for the community for those who would like to have acupuncture treatments at a discount, and for individuals who are undergoing serious medical care for chronic illnesses and cannot afford further medical bills.Please call 319-4123 to reserve space. Private treatments are also being offered on a sliding scale.
Bi-lingual Spanish/English volunteers are greatly needed for the Advocate Safehouse Project team of dedicated volunteers and staff. Applications are being taken for the next training which will begin in April. Advocates choose their shifts and always have staff support while covering the helpline. The free training prepares you to respond to calls received by the Advocate Safehouse Projects 24-hour Help Line. Classes include the dynamics of domestic violence, crisis intervention, listening skills, the legal system, Advocate Safehouse Projects Policies and Procedures and other community resources. Training dates are Wednesday and Thursday evenings beginning April 1, with consideration for the holiday week. Please call Karen at 945-2632 ext.107 for more information.
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