Concert group gets ‘In the Mood’
For nearly 60 years, the Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association has been bringing world-class performers to the Roaring Fork Valley.Membership subscriptions and renewals for next year’s concerts will be available at this year’s final event, the Glenn Miller Orchestra concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the high school. Those purchasing new memberships may attend that evening free of charge.Membership prices for the 2005-06 series will be: adults $35, students $15 and family $80. Those able to support the series at a higher level may purchase one ticket for $50 or two for $100. Patrons can purchase four tickets for $200, donors can purchase six tickets for $500, and sponsors can receive 10 tickets for $1,000. The programs and sponsors acknowledge increased levels of support.Reciprocity is in effect with concerts in Craig, Delta and Grand Junction. This increases the number of performances a patron can attend by joining the Glenwood Springs association.Those unable to attend the May 10 event can remit renewal or new membership checks: Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association, PO Box 214, Glenwood Springs 81602. Additional information is available by calling Judy at 945-5384 or Sue at 945-8722. Those unable to attend the May 10 event can remit renewal or new membership checks: Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association, PO Box 214, Glenwood Springs 81602. Additional information is available by calling Judy at 945-5384 or Sue at 945-8722.
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