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Community News & Notes

The Salvation Army is offering a free legal basics workshop from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, at the Glenwood Springs Community Center, lead by Jonathan Shamis, Esq. of Alpine Legal Services. For more information or to find out about the free child care, please call 945-6976.

Restaurant six89 will be closing for the offseason Saturday, Nov. 4. The restaurant will reopen Friday, Dec. 8.

All childrens books will be discounted 20 percent all day Saturday, Nov. 18, at Through the Looking Glass in Glenwood Springs. Buy a childrens book ornament from the Christmas Wish Tree. The books will be given to the Glenwood Springs Library.

The 2007 Colorado Weed Calendars are now available. Calendars may be picked up, free of charge, at any of the Garfield County Public Libraries in Carbondale, Glenwood Springs, New Castle, Parachute, Rifle, and Silt. They are also available at all White River National Forest offices. This years calendar focuses on the impacts of weeds on our public lands. The calendar is produced by the Glenwood Springs-based nonprofit, Colorado Big Country Resource Conservation and Development. For further information, contact Steve Anthony at Garfield County, 625-8601.

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