Community briefs for Nov. 17 |

Community briefs for Nov. 17

U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree in Glenwood Springs

The U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree stops in Glenwood on its way to Washington, D.C. A free event takes place from 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, at Centennial Park, featuring live music, tasty treats, arts and crafts and entertainment for the whole family, rain or shine. The complete schedule is:

4 p.m.: Symphony in the Valley Brass

4:25 p.m.: welcome from the city of Glenwood Springs

4:30 p.m.: Lighting of the Sunlight Tunnel of Lights

5 p.m.: Glenwood Springs High School Jazz Band

5:30 p.m.: Gypsum Creek Middle School Band at Library Plaza

5:45 p.m.: thank you from the Forest Service and 2012 US Capitol Christmas Tree Guitar with Dan Schwartz

6 p.m.: Sleepy Justice Band

6:30 p.m.: Movie at the Library – “Elf”

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