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PAC3: The Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead RevueCARBONDALE – The Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue, featuring Rob Eaton from Dark Star Orchestra, Jake Wolf from Shakedown Street, Ted Tilton from Dead Phish Orchestra, Jim Allard from Coral Creek Band, and Dave Kochmann from American Beauty, celebrates Jerry Garcia’s 70th birthday.Doors open 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24520 S. Third St., CarbondaleTickets: $12 advance, $15 day of showInfo and tickets: http://www.pac3carbondale.com or Dos Gringos in CarbondaleSteve’s Guitars: Humming HouseCARBONDALE – Humming House is an original five-piece band that blends folk, blues, gospel and bluegrass into their own original musical vision.8:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2419 N. Fourth St., Carbondale Tickets: $15Info: http://www.humminghouse.com and 963-3304Mr. Carbondale Man PageantCARBONDALE – Join MCs Steve Skinner, Jen Roeser and April E. Clark as Bonedale’s finest men compete in Talent, Carhartt, River Wear, and Evening Gown categories in KDNK’s inaugural man pageant. $15 cover, and prix fixe dinner option available. Save $5 on admission with the KDNK Community Card. 9:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24Phat Thai, 343 Main St.Information and reservations: 963-0139Music on the Mountain: Rock DogsGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Performing material ranging from alternative and classic rock to originals and spontaneous jams, with Dale Loper and Tom Mercer trading lead vocals throughout each performance. Upbeat, danceable rock ‘n roll.Cans for the Tram ride begin at 4 p.m., music starts at 6 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 25Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park51000 Two Rivers Plaza Road Info: http://www.glenwoodcaverns.com and 945-4228PAC3: Carolyn WonderlandCARBONDALE – A musical force equipped with the soulful vocals of Janis Joplin and the guitar slinging skills of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Carolyn Wonderland reaches into the depths of the Texas blues tradition with the wit of a poet. She hits the stage with unmatched presence, a true legend in her time.Doors open 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25520 S. Third St., CarbondaleTickets: $25Info and tickets: http://www.pac3carbondale.com or Dos Gringos in CarbondaleClub Rotario Roaring Fork: Festival Las AmericasCARBONDALE – The free event celebrates the richness of culture and traditions of the American continent. The day will include cultural, artistic and recreational activities for the whole family, plus a great variety of food styles representing flavors from the Chilean coast to the Rockies. Live entertainment will feature Mexican northern music, salsa music, and a full Mariachi band.11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 26Sopris Park, CarbondaleInfo: http://www.festivalamericas.netGlenwood Vaudeville Revue: Summer ShowGLENWOOD SPRINGS – The Glenwood Vaudeville Revue presents a classic comedic vaudeville-style show, with tap dance, a barbershop quartet, hilarious jokes, skits, gags and bits. Dinner is optional, with selections provided by several fine area restaurants, as is a full bar. 6:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 5:30 p.m. SundaysThe Masonic Lodge, 901 Colorado Ave.Tickets: $22 adults, $16 kids, $20 seniors over 60; food and drink additionalInfo: 945-9699, http://www.gvrshow.comRamada Inn and Suites: Karaoke NightGLENWOOD SPRINGS – The Ramada Inn hosts karaoke with Andre Shy. Join the Ramada for a night of music, drinks, and good times. No cover.9 p.m. to midnight, SaturdaysRamada Inn and Suites, 124 W. 6th St.Info: 945-2500Rifle Centennial Park Concert Series and Market: Kenny Brent and the Texas ExpressRIFLE – Kenny Brent had his first national hits in 1979 with “Cowboys Ride The Rodeos” and “Pardon Me For Lovin You.” He has written more than 500 songs and recorded 14 bestselling albums. Brent played 11 years with Grand Ole Opry tours, playing lead guitar and vocals with the Del Reeves Show and Jeanne Shepard.4-8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 26Centennial Park, 300 W. Fifth St., RifleFreeInfo: http://www.rifleco.org/index.aspx?NID=384
Slow Food Roaring Fork/Aspen: Ninth Annual Summer Harvest Social CARBONDALE – The evening, a benefit for Slow Food Roaring Fork, with chef and owner Mark Fischer of Restaurant SIX89, features a lineup of Colorado’s best chefs each preparing a course highlighting and inspired by local ingredients. All-inclusive dinner includes wine pairings, taxes and gratuities. Cash bar/silent auction 6 p.m., dinner 7 p.m., Monday, Aug. 27689 Main St., CarbondaleFee: $115 Slow Food Roaring Fork/Aspen members, $135 non-members. Reservations by ticket sales only.Tickets and info: http://www.slowfoodroaringfork.com or http://www.six89.com.CCAH: Classical pianist Robin SutherlandCARBONDALE – The Carbondale Council on Arts & Humanities (CCAH) hosts a music fundraiser with acclaimed classical pianist Robin Sutherland. Entering his 40th season as a pianist for the San Francisco Symphony and the first life member of CCAH, Sutherland will perform a benefit concert of eclectic musical selections with a surprise guest, and an appetizer and champagne reception following the performance.6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28Colorado Rocky Mountain School BarnFee: $65/CCAH members or $75/nonmembersTickets and info: http://www.carbondalearts.com or 963-1680.Cardiff Schoolhouse: After MidnightGLENWOOD SPRINGS – After Midnight, formed by the duo Roberta Lewis, vocalist, and Ken Wiencek, guitarist, is a musical journey through time. The evening will include strong rhythmic grooves from Brazilian jazz to the big band era, sung with silk and soul by Lewis, accompanied by precise guitar work by Wiencek.7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31Cardiff Schoolhouse, Park East, Glenwood SpringsInfo: Ken Wiencek, 618-1835Redstone Art Foundation: 17th Annual Redstone Labor Day Weekend Art ShowREDSTONE – This annual art show in beautiful Redstone features an opening reception where the public is invited to meet the artists to discuss their work and techniques. Michael Farrell will provide music. The show continues through Labor Day.6-8 p.m. opening reception Friday, Aug. 3110 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1 and Sunday, Sept. 210 a.m. to 4 p.m. Labor DayRedstone InnNo admissionInfo: http://www.redstoneartfoundation.org or 963-7002CCAH: Plein Air Happening festivalCARBONDALE – Nine artists will be painting in and around Carbondale from Sept. 3-5: Dean Bowlby, Victoria Broyles, Majid Kahhak, Jane Lee, John Lintott, Mary Noone, Jill Sabella, Liz Thele, and Simon Winegar. In celebration of the Olympics, there will be a paint-off competition Sept. 6, and the festival culminates on at the First Fridays gallery exhibit opening reception. The festival will give the community an opportunity to watch Plein Air artists at work and to see Carbondale through the eyes of the various maestros.Opening reception, 6-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7Throughout CarbondaleInfo: http://www.carbondalearts.com or 963-1680Glenwood Defiance Rugby Football Club: Rock ‘n’ RugbyGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Rock ‘n’ Rugby, a concert fundraiser for Glenwood Defiance Rugby Football Club, features Glenwood rock band Concrete Vibe, Grand Junction’s The Haven Effect and Denver’s V.O.I.E.D.Doors open at 4 p.m., bands at 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 8Eagles Club, 312 Seventh St.Tickets: $7in advance, $10 at the door Tickets and info: Eagles Club or http://www.concretevibe.com
Gallery 809: Rande Price BrewerGLENWOOD SPRINGS – Rande Price Brewer is the featured artist for the month of August at Gallery 809.809 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs Info: 945-0809 and email@example.comArtist’s Mercantile & Gallery: Jennifer QuacoGLENWOOD SPRINGS – For this Glenwood Springs pastels and watercolor artist, inspiration is never far. She paints on stone, canvas and paper. Through August720 Cooper Ave., Glenwood SpringsInfo: 947-0947Carbondale Clay Center: H.P. Bloomer IVCARBONDALE – New pottery by resident artist H.P. Bloomer IV, through Aug. 28.135 Main St., CarbondaleInfo: firstname.lastname@example.org and 963-2529Colorado Mountain College: ArtShare galleryGlenwood Springs – Santa Fe-based abstract artist Michael Kessler through Sept. 6.802 Grand Ave., Glenwood SpringsInfo: http://www.cmcartshare.comGlenwood Center for the Arts: Wild WomenGLENWOOD SPRINGS – The summer-centric wild color and form of Wild Women 2012 is back. Paintings and sculptures are on exhibit from some of the valley’s favorite wild women artists. Through Aug. 27.9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays; noon to 4 p.m. Saturday601 E. 6th St., Glenwood SpringsInfo: http://www.glenwoodarts.org or 945-2414Wyly Art Center: Martha Drake: Observations, Foreign and DomesticBASALT – Exhibition of contemporary photography featuring images from the U.S. and Europe, through Aug. 30.99 Midland Spur, BasaltInfo: http://www.wylyarts.org, email@example.com and 927-4123Main Street Gallery: Regional artistsGLENWOOD SPRINGS – This gallery, with locations in Glenwood Springs and Carbondale, represents Doug Arneson, Dean Bowlby, Stephen Datz, Berard Hofmann, Jane Lee, Linda Loeschen, and Mary Noone. The gallery also specializes in preservation-quality framing.10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday817 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs399 Main St., CarbondaleInfo: http://www.mainstreetgall.com, 945-4817 (Glenwood gallery), and 963-3775 (Carbondale gallery) CCAH: Drop-in figure drawing classCARBONDALE – Open to all ages and abilities, Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities (CCAH) is offering an uninstructed session for figure drawing. Bring your own easel and supplies. 7-9 p.m. MondaysThird Street Center, 520 S. Third St. Suite 9Fee: Free, but there is a model’s feeInfo: http://www.carbondalearts.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and 963-1680Midland Arts Company: Local artists’ offeringsRIFLE – This cooperative gift shop features the work of the six artist-owners and about 30 additional local artists: vases, hand-painted furniture, jewelry, pottery, clothing and more. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday110 E. Third St., Rifle, next to Mary’s Wondrous ThingsInfo: http://www.midlandartscompany.com and 625-3068
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