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This years Roaring Fork Audubons 26th Annual Christmas Bird Count will be conducted on Saturday, Dec. 17. The area for the count includes Glenwood Springs and Carbondale. Call trip leaders for times and meeting places. You need not be a member to come along. Contact Dave Clark (Carbondale) 963-3479 or clark@sopris.net, Tom McConnell at 945-0588 or Linda Vidal at 704-9950. Afterwards, there will be a traditional potluck to compile the results, share a bit of Christmas cheer and tell tales of the best birds found on the count.

The 3rd Street Studio in Rifle is offering pilates classes at noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays and ballroom dancing at 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays. 625-2830

The Basalt sophomore class is conducting a fundraiser to help pay for the 2006 prom and graduation. Class members will pick up Christmas trees in Willits, Blue Lake and Elk Run on Jan. 7 and 14. Call Seann Goodman at 384-5918 for more details.



KidzPlex-Glenwood Inc. is hosting a Day Camp for school children (ages 6-11) during the winter break. Camp will run from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 19, through Friday, Dec. 30, with full- and half-day programs available. Activities include: arts & crafts, indoor games, sledding (weather permitting), gymnastics, the inflatable obstacle course, air trampoline and educational speakers and programs. Registration begins today. Breakfasts will be provided along with nutritional snacks. For more information, please call 945-0606, or stop by our brand new facility at 100 Midland Ave., Suite 250.

Write a letter or draw a picture for Santa to let him know what you would like for Christmas. Santas mail box will be set up at City Market in Carbondale until Dec. 20. Be sure to sign your name and leave your address so Santa can write you back!


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