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Plants and a play at Colorado Rocky Mountain School

Photos by Duane RaleighColorado Rocky Mountain School is featuring two one-act plays, "Curse You Jack Dalton" and "Egad, What A Cad!" Friday and Saturday.
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CARBONDALE, Colorado ” Colorado Rocky Mountain School presents its spring underclassman drama, “A Night of Melodrama,” this weekend.

The presentations feature two one-act plays, “Curse You Jack Dalton” and “Egad, What A Cad!” showing at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 15, and Saturday, May 16, in the CRMS Barn. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children and students, at the door.

The CRMS Garden Program holds its annual plant sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 16, at the school greenhouse. This year’s organically grown selection includes more than 200 varieties, all selected for their suitability to the climate of the Roaring Fork Valley.



Vegetable plants will include more than 25 short-season tomato varieties, nine types of peppers (hot and sweet), artichokes, arugula, squashes, melons, sorrel, rhubarb and Italian alpine strawberries. The valley’s historic Red McClure seed potatoes will also be available.

Herbs include 26 different culinary varieties and 10 types of basil. Annual flowers are also available, including a perennial section featuring native and adapted plants and a small selection of unusual rock-garden plants.



A complete plant list is posted at http://www.crms.org. Any remaining plants can be purchased from 5-6 p.m. May 17-21. For more information, e-mail gardens@crms.org or call Linda Halloran 379-3567.

The CRMS barn and greenhouse is located one mile west of the Highway 133/Main Street traffic light in Carbondale, at 1493 County Road 106. For more information, call 963-2562.


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