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YouthZones Uphill Challenge race, run, bike has been canceled for today (Sept. 23) due to weather conditions.Anyone registered for the race will still be eligible for the race series. Our apologies, but look forward to next year.For more information call Kathy at 947-9839 or Mary at YouthZone 945-9300

The Roaring Fork Sierra Club Groups Avalanche Trail project scheduled for today has been cancelled due to low temperatures, rain and snow.

Local county candidates are extending an invitation for voters to meet them at the New Castle Caf from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28.The following Garfield County candidates will be present: Jean Alberico for clerk, John Gorman for assessor, Georgia Chamberlain for treasurer and Trsi Houpt for commissioner.For more information, contact Susan Gorman 945 5087.



Stand-up comics, even novices, are invited to audition 2-5 minutes of material from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Crystal Palace Theater for a two-night show in Aspen, Oct. 19 and 20. All must focus on life, work, play and social classes in Aspen and beyond. Tape to be submitted for entry in HBO Comedy Festival in February. Call (970)274-8248 for information. cjfewel@hotmail.com Subject: Aspen Comedy.

Did you or your child take a summer class at the Carbondale Clay Center? Wonderful creations are in need of their proper homes. If you have artwork finished or otherwise please visit the Clay Center from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Call to make sure someone will be available.



The Redstone Inn and eight galleries, shops and cafs are participating in Redstones fifth annual art walk as a multimedia celebration Honoring our Landscape. Walking guides are available at the Redstone Inn and participating businesses Come walk with us. Daily through Oct. 30.


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