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Eagles Lodge hosts hip-hop, heavy metal Halloween shows

Kay Vasilakis
Post Independent
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
New Castle News
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The Glenwood Springs Eagles Club has a perfect venue for live hip-hop and heavy-metal shows. Hold onto your hats, the lodge will provide its space for two shows this weekend, one scheduled for Friday, Oct. 29 and the next one on Saturday, Oct. 30. Doors open at 6 p.m. for both shows.

The Eagles have sponsored four previous hip-hop and heavy metal shows, all magnetizing fans from all over the Western Slope. This time, outside sponsors have been brought in to add more bands. In addition to The Eagles Club, sponsors are Orrison Distributing, Moe’s, The Courtyard and Residence Inn Marriott, Russo’s New York Pizza and Rob Blotske from Fleisher and Associates.

The shows are for all ages, but will be uncensored, so beware, for those who are sensitive, for possible obscenities. Tickets will be $5 each night, or you can purchase a two-night ticket for $8, available at the door only.



A two-night costume contest, and handouts and giveaways will add extra excitement to the shows.

Slated to perform Friday, Oct. 29, are hip-hop artists MC Entity, from Grand Junction; Prophecy the Iron Monk, from Grand Junction; Poppa Capp, from Phoenix, Arizona; Moniker, from Grand Junction; Time and AwareNess, of Denver; Strange Powers, of Denver; and Ancient Mith, of Denver.



On Saturday, Oct. 30, hard rock and heavy metal artists Welcome the Fury, from Aspen; Existence, from Grand Junction; Glass Delirium, from Denver; Lost Point, from Denver; Machinery Cell, from Rifle and Frozen Eternity, from Colorado Springs.

Call S. Eric Smith at 625-4132 for more information.

For more family-oriented Halloween fun, the New Castle First Baptist Church is sponsoring a pumpkin patch and a family carnival from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 at Elk Creek Elementary School. The festivities include free food, games, candy and prizes.

Kudos to Dr. Jay Heim an Dr. Corey Johnson, who will pay kids cash for their Halloween candy from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 1 at their office located at 2425 S. Grand Avenue in Glenwood Springs. They are offering cash and prizes, including an iPod Shuffle, if kids donate additional items to be sent to the troops. All collected candy and items will be sent via Operation Gratitude. Call 945-9119 for more information.

Garfield County Public Health is offering dental fluoride varnish clinics for children between the ages of one and twelve. Fluoride varnish is “painted” onto teeth to prevent cavities and helps stop cavities already started. The procedure takes only minutes to apply and dries almost immediately.

Fluoride clinics are held from 8:30-11 a.m., the first Tuesday of the month in Rifle, 195 W. 14th Street; and from 8:30-11 a.m. the third Tuesday of the month in Glenwood Springs, 2014 Blake Avenue.

No appointment is necessary. The cost of the varnish procedure is $5.

Area quilters and creative people are lucky to have the Glenwood Sewing Center so convenient. From gorgeous fabrics to exciting classes, you’ll get inspiration in just one visit! From the hopscotch garden quilt, a cathedral window ornament, fun and elegant pincushions, to little fabric landscapes, there is a class for all levels of stitchers.

Susan Schrempf, author of Simple Silk Ribbon Embroidery by Machine, will be at Glenwood Sewing Center from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13 for a free demonstration and book signing. She creates gorgeous flowers out of silk ribbon, and you can use the technique to add another dimension to your work.

A hands-on workshop will be held from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14.

For more information or to register for any of the classes, please call 945-5900.

Get ready for some serious Christmas shopping – there are lots of upcoming opportunities to support local crafters and other vendors to help with your Christmas list.

The 24th annual Ten Thousand Villages International Craft Sale will get you in the mood – and just try to go only once this year!. The event will be held from 3-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5 and Friday, Nov. 12; and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6 and Saturday, Nov. 13 at the Glenwood Mennonite Church, 2306 Blake Avenue.

For more information, call Lauren at 945-5245.

– Kay Vasilakis’ “New Castle News” column appears every other Thursday in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. She is an active member of the Garfield County Human Services Commission. To contact her with a positive local event or news item, please e-mail kvasilakis2222@gmail.com or call 618-6689.


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