It’s Not Too LateIf you still don’t have your tickets to Glenwood’s most prestigious event, it’s not too late! The Glenwood Springs Chamber Annual Ball is Saturday, Jan. 29. Call the Chamber today at 945-6589 and reserve your spot for dinner, dancing, silent and live auctions, gambling at the Casino Royale and presentation of the Citizen and Volunteer of the Year Awards. The action starts at 6 p.m. at the Hotel Colorado. This event does sell out, so don’t delay – call today. You don’t know who you’ll run into, but you absolutely need to be seen here!Mid-Valley MOPS meetingMid-Valley Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) cordially invites you to join them this Friday, Jan. 28, at Christ Community Church, off Highway 82, between Basalt and El Jebel.The meeting will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m, and the guest speaker is Mary Stokes. She will be speaking on self-esteem as it relates to body image. Child care is provided and a delicious brunch is also offered.The first meeting is free, but a $5.00 donation is requested for additional meetings. Bring a friend and your attendance is free. Information: call Wendy Rickard, 927-5154 or Jacy Allen 927-8722.Free demo at Sewing Center At 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 29, Sandy Boyd and the Glenwood Sewing Center, 822 Grand Ave., present a free demonstration with question and answer session about Warm Window insulated Roman shades. Information: 945-5900.Haircutting day at gyminikidsGyminikids will have its annual hair cutting day from 3-5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 28. Cost is $15/haircut for children under 12. There will be open play at the same time for $5/family. Information: 927-1000.Fabulous photosSee photography from William Meriwether 1966-present. opening reception Friday, Jan. 28th, from 5:30 to 7pm at the Carbondale Council for the Arts Council Gallery, 645 Main St.For more than 40 years, Meriwether has depicted the Old West, now our unremembered past. His photos have been compared to Ansel Adams, and he is master of the platinum print process. Exhibit runs Jan. 28 through March 1. Information: 963-2123.
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