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The Friends of the Gordon Cooper Library in Carbondale are planning a Spring Book Sale for April 26. They are accepting donations at the library during regular library hours.The Friends of the Library are also seeking volunteers to help with the book sale. Please sign up at the library if you would like to help.For more information, call 963-2889.

The Friends of the Glenwood Springs Branch Library will hold a spring Used Book Sale from May 5-12. The library is located at 413 9th St., and the sale is held in the basement. Book donations are gratefully accepted year round, during the librarys regular hours of operation. Please call 945-5958 for more information.

The last Glenwood Springs High School musical before the building is gutted will be The Curse of the Bambino: A Musical in Nine Innings, written by Joey Suster. It is the story of how The Babe was sold from Boston to New York.The production will show at 7 p.m. April 26-28.It is a fictionalized version of a Boston peanut vendor being chosen by the ghost of the Babe to go back to 1920 to reverse the selling of the Babe, and thereby reverse the curse.Reservations can be made by calling 384-5583.



The Basalt Chamber of Commerce office will be closed until April 30. The Caboose renovation has begun. If you are interested in assisting, please call Scott Tarrant at 309-4003 (S.E. Tarrant Inc.).

A fundraiser for Ross Montessori School is scheduled from 6-9 p.m. Friday, May 4, at the River Valley Ranch barn, 333 River Valley Ranch Drive. Laugh with local comedians, bid at a silent auction and enjoy delicacies from local caterers and eateries. Tickets are discounted before May 1. Contact Sylvia at 963-7199 or e-mail sramos@sopris.net.


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