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THINGS TO DO

TODAY

Open knitting, 2-5 p.m. at the Yarn Garden, 904 Highway 133 in Carbondale.

“A Rodeo,” a dance show produced by the Danse Arts Theatre Company and the Glenwood Dance Academy begins its run, 7 p.m. at Roaring Fork High School. Barroom brawls, saloon girls, gunslingers and the rope tricks of Anita Witt highlight this performance.



Lucky 13 Stand Up Comedy Night, featuring local funnypeople Mark Thomas, Don Chaney, Beth Ann Brandon, Arthur Piubeni, Bob Richmond and Stacy Feinberg, 8:13 p.m. at Steve’s Guitars, 19 N. 4th St. in Carbondale. A $13 ticket gets you free dessert and about a 50 percent chance of winning something cool in a raffle.

SATURDAY



“Tumbleweed County,” a children’s dance show in conjunction with “A Rodeo,” performed by the Glenwood Dance Academy, 2 p.m. at Roaring Fork High School.

Spaghetti dinner fundraiser to help fight cancer, sponsored by the Eagles Lodge #215, 6-9 p.m. at the Eagles Club, 312 Seventh St. in Glenwood Springs. More information: 309-3251.

“A Rodeo,” a dance show produced by the Danse Arts Theatre Company and the Glenwood Dance Academy begins its run, 7 p.m. at Roaring Fork High School. Barroom brawls, saloon girls, gunslingers and the rope tricks of Anita Witt highlight this performance.

SUNDAY

“Tumbleweed County,” a children’s dance show in conjunction with “A Rodeo,” performed by the Glenwood Dance Academy, 2 p.m. at Roaring Fork High School.

MONDAY

The Roaring Fork Chapter of the Colorado Archaeology Society meet, 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 1016 Cooper Ave., in Glenwood. The program will be a video produced by writer Carol Patterson titled, “Kuutahn Rock Markings: Rock Art or Language?” Patterson is the author of “On the Trail of Spider Woman,” and she seeks the meaning of the stories on stone found in petroglyphs. The public is invited to attend.

TUESDAY

Denver Zoo animals meet children, in kindergarten through sixth grade, 10 a.m. at the Glenwood Springs Branch Library. This is an age-limited program with a maximum attendance of 250, and admission will be on a first-come first-served basis. For more information on when the animals will be at other library branches, call Gordon Cooper Branch (Carbondale) at 963-2889, New Castle at 984-2346, Silt Branch at 876-5500, Rifle at 625-3471 or the Parachute Branch at 285-9870.

Glenwood’s Downtown Market starts up again, food vendors, music, cooking demonstrations and more, beginning at 4 p.m. at Centennial Park, 9th and Grand avenues in Glenwood Springs.

Planning meeting and practice for the annual vintage baseball game, featuring the Glenwood Sluggers and the Yampah Stars, sponsored by The Frontier Historical Society and Museum. 6:30 p.m. in the field between Glenwood Springs High School and the Roaring Fork River. More information: 945-4448.

WEDNESDAY

Carbondale Farmer’s Market returns with live music, food and produce, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 4th and Main streets.

Teddy Bear Picnic for kids 3-6 years old, featuring a Castle Bounce and creative crafts, 11:30 at the Glenwood Springs Community Center. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Graphene lecture, focusing on that one-atom thick layer of graphite, by Professor Antonio Castro Neto of Boston University, 6:30 p.m. at the Paepcke Auditorium in Aspen. More information: 925-2585.

Transformational Healing Circle, led by master healer, spiritual teacher and shaman Rob Wergin, 7 p.m. at the Solara Early Learning Center, 64 Favre Lane in El Jebel. Energy exchange for fee or by donation. More information: 379-1138

FRIDAY

Strawberry Days festival begins in Glenwood Springs.

Pie Day, a pie fundraiser sponsored by the Valley View Hospital Auxiliary, benefiting Connie Delany Medical Library and annual health scholarships, 9 a.m. until the pies are gone at First United Methodist Church, 824 Cooper in Glenwood Springs.

Open knitting, 2-5 p.m. at the Yarn Garden, 904 Highway 133 in Carbondale.


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