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Alpaca Craft Days

10 a.m., Friday — Sopris Alpaca Farm hosts an alpaca craft day. Participants can hand feed the alpacas and view products made from their fiber.

Sopris Alpaca Farm, 35795 Highway 6, Silt | Free

Los Mocochetes

8 p.m., Friday — Seven-piece Chicano Funk band Los Mocochetes brings a fusion mix of music described as “thoughtfully brazen, socio/politically charged song lyrics, groovy melodies and high-energy stage antics,” to Basalt’s The Temporary.

The Temporary, 360 Market St., Basalt | $17-24

Harry Potter Yule Ball

4 p.m., Saturday — Wizards and muggles of all ages are invited to dress in costume or fancy dress and spend a night enjoying food, crafts, activities and more.

Rifle Library, 207 East Ave. | Free | 970-625-3471

The 1st Salon Carbondale of 2019

7 p.m., Saturday — The Salon features a broad spectrum of artistic performance, including all types of music, spoken word, dance and multimedia works. January’s Salon artists will include: recent USA tango champions Cindy Giannini and Sean Ericson, a trio of classical harpists, singer and songwriter Matt, poet Halle Zander and journalist Jon David Taylor, co-producer and director of the documentary Whitewashed, with special appearance from co-producer Anuk Bald Eagle.

The Launch Pad at CCAH, 76 S. Fourth St., Carbondale | $25

Comedian Shane Torres

8 p.m., Saturday — Stand-up comedian, writer, actor and podcaster Shane Torres brings his comedy to The Temporary. Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, Torres began his comedy career in Portland, Oregon, where he quickly became a top draw. He now performs in festivals all over the globe

The Temporary, 360 Market St., Basalt | $19 – $29 ($125 VIP table)


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