Garfield County Weekend Planner
LEGO Builders Club
3 p.m. Friday — The New Castle Library hosts Hour of Code, a special LEGO Builders Club that incorporates coding on Chromebooks with a LEGO theme. The event is free and open to all teens and kids.
New Castle Branch Library, 402 W. Main St. | Free | 970-984-2346
Mountain Madrigal Singers Christmas Concert
7:30 p.m. Friday — The Mountain Madrigal Singers present their concert of vocal music celebrating the sounds and spirit of the holiday for their 38th season. The program blends traditional and contemporary songs.
Glenwood Church of Christ, 260 Soccer Field Road | Free | 970-987-2560
YMHS Taste of the Holidays & Gift Bazaar
11 a.m. Saturday — Yampah Mountain High School students present their second Taste of the Holidays & Gift Bazaar, including a bake sale, wishing tree, homemade pork chile verde and Wille Chile, and handmade items. Students have been making ornaments, jewelry, jams and jellies, candies, cookies and gardening-related products. The $5 admission covers the school’s costs in providing tastes, and all proceeds go to creating a fund for food and projects materials to support our Sustainable Science program, cooking, gardening, building, crafts and life skills classes.
Yampah Mountain High School, 695 Red Mountain Drive | $5 | 970-704-9535
TRTC’s ‘Kimberly Akimbo’ continues
2 p.m. Sunday — Thunder River Theatre Co.’s 2018-19 Theatre Season continues with the “satirical, dark, and heart-touching” comedy, “Kimberly Akimbo.” “Kimberly’s rare genetic disorder causes her teenage body to age faster than the zany cast of characters that surround her, including her hypochondriac mother, alcoholic father, ex-con aunt, and her first crush,” according to a description of the play.
Thunder River Theatre Co., 67 Promenade, Carbondale | $15-$30 | 970-963-8200
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The first in-person local festival of the year has arrived with Dandelion Days making its return to Sopris Park in Carbondale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday.