Garfield County weekend planner
Santa and his helpers
Friday and Saturday — Children are invited to come see Santa from 5-7 p.m. Friday and 1-5 p.m. Saturday as part of Rifle’s Hometown Holidays celebration.
Ute Theater, 132 E. Fourth St., Rifle | Free
Hometown Holiday Craft Fair
9 a.m. Saturday — Hometown Holiday in Rifle will host its fifth annual Craft Fair and Vendor event Saturday. Local artisans, crafters and vendors will be on hand.
Rifle Middle School, 753 Railroad Ave., Rifle | Free | Call 970-625-2085 or email email@example.com
Mountain Madrigal Singers Concert
2 p.m. Saturday — The Mountain Madrigal Singers will present their concert of vocal music celebrating the sounds and spirit of the holiday. It’s the group’s 38th season. The program will be a blend of traditional and contemporary songs. The performances are free and open to the public; child care provided.
Glenwood Church of Christ, 260 Soccer Field Road, Glenwood Springs | Free | 970-987-2560
‘The Unruly Mystic: John Muir’ film screening
5 p.m. Saturday — “The Unruly Mystic: John Muir” explores the life and influential works of a patron saint of environmental activism. This documentary examines how Muir’s writings influenced others around the world to appreciate nature. A portion of ticket prices from the special screening will be donated to the Roaring Fork Chapter of the Sierra Club. Director Michael Conti will be in attendance for a Q&A following the film.
Crystal Theater, 427 Main St., Carbondale | $12 | 970-963-0633
Sopris Theatre presents ‘The Revolutionists’
2 p.m. Sunday — Sopris Theatre present “The Revolutionists,” described as an irreverent female-powered comedy about violence and legacy, art and activism, feminism and terrorism. “Mostly, it is about how a group of women during the French Revolution goes about changing the world,” according to a news release. For more information or tickets, contact:
New Space Theatre, CMC, Spring Valley, 3000 County Road 114, Glenwood Springs | $13-$18 | 970-947-8177 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to coloradomtn.edu/theatre
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