Postings, Wednesday, June 30, 2004
Hike covers birdsof Rock Bottom RanchA free naturalist-led hike will feature great blue herons and birds of the Rock Bottom Ranch wetlands from 8:30-10 a.m. Saturday, July 3, at the Rock Bottom Ranch. Information: 927-6760. farmers market to openThe Willits Saturday Market, will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, July 3, and every Saturday through the fall, at Willits, in west Basalt adjacent to the new Willits General Store.Wednesday Walkaboutfeatures horticulturistBasalt town horticulturist Lisa DiNardo will cover plant selection, landscape design, water-wise gardening and sensible maintenance practices on a Wednesday Walkabout at noon Wednesday, July 7. Bring walking shoes. Information 927-4031.Special training event for lawyersWestern Colorado Congress will offer a special training event for attorneys interested in helping landowners negotiate surface use agreements with oil and gas companies from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, July 8, at the First United Methodist Church, 802 Cooper Ave., in Glenwood Springs. The Denver-based law firm of Astrella & Rice will teach the class, and an expert from the University of Colorado will be available to answer questions on federal units. Tuition of $25 covers lunch and materials. CLE class credit is pending approval. Information: 256-7650. child checks begin July 21Castle Valley Children’s Clinic offers in-home well child checks complete with vaccinations and routine laboratory screenings July 21 in Battlement Mesa, Rulison, Parachute, and DeBeque; July 28 in Gypsum, Dotsero, McCoy, Bond, Burns and Toponas; Aug. 4 in Carbondale, Marble and Redstone; and Aug. 11 in Meeker and surrounding areas. Information: 984-3333.Castle Valley Children’s Clinic offers in-home well child checks complete with vaccinations and routine laboratory screenings July 21 in Battlement Mesa, Rulison, Parachute, and DeBeque; July 28 in Gypsum, Dotsero, McCoy, Bond, Burns and Toponas; Aug. 4 in Carbondale, Marble and Redstone; and Aug. 11 in Meeker and surrounding areas. Information: 984-3333.
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