Roaring Fork Valley area weekend planner
‘You’re Still One of Ours’, CSU alumni exhibition
6 p.m., Friday — Carbondale Clay Center opens its latest gallery exhibition, “You’re Still One of Ours,” featuring ceramic works from Colorado State University graduates. This is the first in a series of exhibitions to take place over the upcoming years, in which Carbondale Clay Center’s gallery will host exhibitions from fellow Colorado Creative Districts. The reception will be held from 6-8 p.m. Friday, in conjunction with Carbondale’s First Friday celebrations.
Carbondale Clay Center, 135 Main St., Carbondale | Free
Growling Old Men Concert
6:30 p.m., Friday — Growling Old Men plays what’s described as “an eclectic mix of music including bluegrass, Americana, folk, swing and original songs.”
Glenwood Vaudeville Revue, 915 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs | $20
Iron Fly Competition
4 p.m., Saturday — Roaring Fork Valley Fly Fishing Club and Roaring Fork Conservancy host the fourth edition of the Iron Fly Competition.
The Tipsy Trout (former Riverside Grill), 181 Basalt Center Circle, Basalt | $5-$20
Dirty Dancing Movie+Class+Dance Party
6 p.m., Saturday — Watch the 1980s classic film “Dirty Dancing” and then have an instructional class with Mezcla Socials’ Erik and Claudia Pea to learn some of the moves.
The Launchpad, 76 S. Fourth St., Carbondale | $5-15
Thunder and Rain
8 p.m., Saturday — Thunder and Rain, a four-piece acoustic Americana band from the Colorado Rocky Mountains, consists of acoustic guitar, mandolin, dobro and upright bass.
The Temporary, 360 Market St., Basalt | $10-$17
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