Contractors for the city of Glenwood Springs will be removing and repairing concrete sections on the path beginning near Overlin Drive and proceeding towards the Community Center. The work will begin April 1 and end April 6. Call 384-6366 for further information
A caregiver support group will be held from 3-4:30 p.m. on the first and third Thursday of each month at the Rifle United Methodist-Presbyterian Church (in the Lovell Building, 200 E. 4th St.). Those who care for a loved one over the age of 18 and would like to share stories or strategies are encouraged to attend; bring your loved one to the group (care provider assistance available). Information/RSVP: Celynn Krueger, 945-8050.
“Inch’ Allah Dimanche,” the second film in the Gordon Cooper Library’s International, Award-Winning, Independent Film Festival will be shown at 8 p.m. Friday, April 2. Seating is limited; call 963-2889 to reserve a space.
Spring has sprung … the rivers are running … and soon the ditches will be, too! On Thursday, April 15, the town of Carbondale will turn on the irrigation ditches. The Public Works crew has been working hard burning and cleaning ditches to ensure they flow freely. The public is being asked to inspect their ditches and remove any debris and plant growth that has accumulated since last year. Also, please keep access open for our crew. Information: Ellie, 963-1307.
The Frontier Historical Museum is looking for a few desk volunteers to fill out its roster for summer. At this time, one regular volunteer position is open for Thursday afternoons from 1:30-4 p.m. Substitute volunteers are also needed throughout the summer to fill in for regular volunteers. Desk volunteers greet visitors to the museum, take admission and sell items from the gift shop. Any training needed will be provided by the museum staff. Being a desk volunteer is a great way to meet people and show visitors to our community the history of Glenwood Springs. Summer hours run from May 3 through September 25. For more information or questions, please call 945-4448.
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