Selected Community Events
Lands End Hill Climb
Lands End Road, Whitewater, CO
The third oldest race in the country returns to Grand Junction! The Lands End Hill Climb features Open Wheel, Stock Cars, Sportsman Cars, Rally Cars, Dirt Bikes, UTV's and ATV's racing up Lands End Road in a timed event.
Road closes to through traffic at 7:15 AM on Saturday and 8:00 AM Sunday.
Valerie Douglas 720-277-7860
Grand Junction - CMU's Brownson Arena - MCC room 165
This is the best shopping event on the Western Slope!! If you, your children or spouse has clothes lurking in the back of the closet that haven't seen the light of day in years, this is your chance to not only get rid of those shoes/clothes/accessories but also an opportunity to take home an entirely new wardrobe of all the stuff you love for everyone in your family. Swing by -CMU Brownson Arena MCC rm 165 from 9-1 - and SWAP don't SHOP your wallet will thank you for it! (door fee is $5 per family with swap items, and $10 per family without swap items)
Dash Thomas - 719.231.7367 - dashn2fashion.webs.com - facebook.com/dashn2fashion
What's Bugging Our Forests? Forest Health Presentation
Unitarian Universalist Church; 536 Ouray Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501
eetles, Climate Change & Forest Health on the GMUG, a public presentation about the impacts of spruce beetle on our National Forests and upcoming Forest Service plans to address them.
The Forest Service has released its long-awaited draft plan to manage spruce beetle and aspen decline impacts on up to 120,000 acres across our region.
If the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison (GMUG) National Forest is your backyard, you need to be aware of this massive and potentially precedent-setting project.
Emily Hornback, 970-256-7650
Air National Guard Mobile Experience at Country Jam
Grand Junction, CO
The Air National Guard Mobile Experience is a free interactive experience that provides attendees an opportunity to participate in simulated challenges that replicate the real-life experiences of Air Guard men and women. Participants will also visit an interactive uniform experience, where they can digitally view themselves wearing the ANG uniform from their chosen career field. The experience is designed to educate Americans about the ANG’s dual role, supporting both federal and state missions. To learn more, visit GoANG.com.
Collbran 4th of July Events
July 4th, 2015
There are lots of fun family events going on this Independence Day in Collbran.
Plateau Valley Heritage Days will be held Thursday the 2nd, Friday the 3rd, and Saturday the 4th of July this year.
Thursday July 2
• Locals only Calcutta - Arena
• 6pm Games on Horses
Friday July 3
• TOUGH ENOUGH TO WEAR PINK
• Pink for Pork Raffle Support PV Cancer Fund
• Slack -1pm Arena Vendors on Main Street –
Friday and Saturday July 3 & 4
• Ranch Horse classic - 9am Arena
• Running of the horses - 4pm Main St.
• CPRA Rodeo - 7pm Arena
• Live Music - 9pm Main St.
Saturday July 4
• Cowboy Church - 8am
• History Display - 8:00 am Auditorium
• Arena Parade -10am Main St.
• Main Street events after Parade
• Pancake Breakfast - 7-11am
• JR Roughstock Event - 1pm
• Arena Running of the Horses – 4pm Main St.
• CPRA Rodeo - 7pm
• Arena Fireworks - 9pm
• LIVE MUSIC/STREET DANCE - 9pm Main St.
For questions call Tammy Clark; 970-640-9363 or Missy; 970-986-0800; firstname.lastname@example.org or
KAFM Lifelong Learning: Empowering the Divine Feminine
The Radio Room, 1310 Ute Ave Grand Junction,CO
Join Sarahndipity Johnsen for a special Lifelong Learning event of movement, positive affirmations, and humorous stories to remind you of your amazing capabilities. This event is open to men and women of all ages who want ot play with and honor the nature of the sacred feminine. This event is sure to entertain and leave you feeling empowered and grateful to be you.
JSL New Member Social
2592 US-6 Grand Junction, CO
The Junior Service League (JSL) of Grand Junction will be hosting a New Member Social Wednesday, June 24th. It is an open house event and will be held from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Ed Bozarth Chevrolet Conference Room, located at 2685 Highway 6&50. The conference room is on the second floor of the two-story building on the south side of Ed Bozarth’s. Junior Service League is a non-profit service organization composed of women who are committed to working together to improve the community through effective volunteerism and fundraising. Joining JSL is an opportunity to have fun and meet new friends while contributing to the betterment of Mesa County. Attend our social to meet current members and learn more about our organization. Interested but can't make it to the social? Visit our website at jslgj.com or email email@example.com for more information
Brittany Vick, firstname.lastname@example.org
Super Rad Mural & Skate Jam
Westlake Park Skate Park, 325 W Orchard Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81505
On May 30, 2015 Super Rad Art Jam and the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department will host the seventh annual Super Rad Mural Jam at Westlake Park skate park. Super Rad Mural Jam is a community event that brings together the exciting worlds of mural art and skateboarding into a day of fun and competition. Open to all ages, levels of skateboarding, and painting styles, the competitions include prizes for 1st – 3rd placements in each of the categories, and is the only skateboard competition to be held in the Grand Junction area. A People’s Choice award will be given to one of the murals on the panels and to one of the chalk art pieces with the most votes, and spectating is free to the public and are encouraged to cast their votes.
The City of Grand Junction Parks & Recreation Department partners with Super Rad to enhance the quality of the event, demonstrate our ongoing support for local artists and the positive use of our public spaces. Mural artwork is created on free-standing structures to make the skate-able surfaces safer for skaters while still encouraging artists to express themselves in a constructive manner. The goal is to increase community awareness and understanding of street art, as well as provide examples of how street art can be a benefit to the community by leading young artists in a positive direction.
Naomi Barlow, (970)623-1455, email@example.com
Colorado Army National Guard Community Meeting
Colorado National Guard Readiness Center 2820 Riverside Parkway, Grand Junction, CO 81501
At this meeting we’ll discuss the memorandum of understanding the Colorado Army National Guard is pursuing with the Bureau of Land Management for the co-use of the Grand Valley Shooting Range (also known as Road 27 ¼ Shooting Range and Book Cliffs Shooting Range) in order to perform weapons familiarization and qualification in the local Grand Junction area.
Colorado National Guard Public Affairs
International Tabletop Day Western Slope
Escalete Hall 3rd Floor @ Colorado Mesa University, Grand Jct, Co
Mind blowing fun and a chance to win BIG!
• Tabletop Games - some you may be familiar with, some you may not! Come and try them!
• Casino Games - Poker, Craps, Roulette, Black Jack
• LAN Party - Bring a laptop that runs at LEAST Windows 2000 and get the game that started it all - Unreal Tournament: Game of the Year Edition - and join the party.
• Xbox 360 Tournament - Have you ever wondered what it would be like to play in the National Tournament? Experience a taste of the excitement for your chance at prizes.
• Prizes! Prizes! Prizes!
Carolyn Takos, 970-812-7128
Rocky Mountain Women's Expo
Two Rivers Convention Center
The second annual Rocky Mountain Women’s Expo will take place Saturday, November 7th at the Two Rivers Convention Center! We’ve moved our event closer to the holiday season making it the perfect time for women to not only shop for gifts in one convenient location but also learn about exciting new business opportunities and find resources to help enrich their lives here in Western Colorado.
As the largest single day event gathering of women and businesses in Western Colorado, the Rocky Mountain Women’s Expo is the perfect opportunity for women to learn about new products and businesses in our community while networking with friends and professionals. The Rocky Mountain Women's Expo will be held on Saturday, November 7th from 10 a.m to 4 p.m at Two Rivers Convention Center.
Jennifer Bullerwell, 970-242-6663, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.rockymountainexpo.com
Polar Plunge Fundraiser for Neural Activity
Highline Lake State Park in Loma
Dive into teen drug prevention with the first ever Neural Activity Polar Plunge Fundraiser!
Mesa County’s teen drug prevention program, Neural Activity, is hosting a cool fundraising event later this month. The group’s first ever Polar Plunge will be Saturday, Feb. 21 at 10 a.m. at Highline Lake State Park.
While there’s no ice on the lake, participants can still be Subzero Superheroes by participating in the fundraiser. Registration is $19 per person, or $15 per person for teams of 4 or more people. All money raised stays in the Grand Valley to help area teens in their mission to end substance abuse by their peers. Participants can register online at www.neuralactivity.org. Team challenges and superhero costumes are encouraged and welcome! Participants are asked to bring a change of clothing and a towel. Hot showers and warming tents will be available after they plunge into the lake.
The teens are also selling hot beverages and refreshments for those brave enough to jump in. Teens in the program believe it shouldn’t cost anything to be drug free, so they hold fundraisers throughout the year in order to make participation in the program free to their peers.
Neural Activity is a teen drug prevention program for teens, by teens. Teens in the program believe they can end teen drug use by reaching out to younger teens with a dynamic, peer-led drug prevention message. The non-profit program marries adventure activities with a drug prevention curriculum, focused on leadership development and confidence building, to create a life-changing outreach program. That program develops teen leaders and mentors, as well as reaches out to teens dealing with substance abuse problems. The adventure activities teach teens powerful socio-emotional skills, as well as how the body naturally rewards hard work and how drugs hijack and ultimately corrupt those very same pathways in the brain.
The program started in Mesa County in 2013 with just eight students. It wrapped up the last school year with 18. The 2014-15 school year has interest/participation from 200 students across the Valley. It is open to any high school student and clubs exist at CHS, FMHS, GJHS, Grande River Virtual Academy, and PHS. To join Neural Activity, provide support, or volunteer, please contact Leigh Fitch at 970-260-7002.
Delta Area Chamber of Commerce
Delta Area Chamber of Commerce Conference Room
Do you want to volunteer to be part of something great? DeltaRado Days will be celebrating its 80th year in 2015! Join us for the kick off committee planning meeting on February.
The Hite Amish Quilt Collection
The Western Colorado Center for the Arts, 1803 N. 7th Street, Grand Junction, CO 81501
The Western Colorado Center for the Arts is to show Henry and Angela Hites Amish Quilt Collection this year. Previously The Art Center has shown The Hite's collection of Hawaiian and Maryland Appliqué . The Hites are dedicated and passionate quilt collectors who do an impressively thorough job archiving and preserving significant quilt collections. The Amish quilts, with their diverse range of patterns and colors, are especially inventive. Some date as far back as the nineteenth century, while still others are contemporary. Quilting is a lesson in patience, and each quilt speaks to its maker's personality.
Avery Glassman, 970243-7337 x 6 curator
Light Up a Life
HopeWest Campus, 3090 N. 12th Street in Grand Junction, Colorado
An event to honor loved ones who have died and support HopeWest in changing the way we experience serious illness and grief.
(970) 874- 6823
Aspen T.R.E.E Community Meal
Aspen, Colorado Aspen High School Commons
The 7th annual Farm to table FREE community meal. The event includes a silent auction, and a good meal to enjoy together.
Aspen T.R.E.E. Executive Director Eden Vardy
Postal Day of Action
Western Colorado - Grand Junction
For Immediate Release Contact: Trisa Mannion
Sally Davidow, Headquarters, D.C.
US Postal Service Poised to Make Devastating Cuts in Service:
Western Colorado Postal Workers to Deliver Message – ‘Stop Delaying America’s Mail’ – Through Protests Here, in Washington and Around the Nation
WHO: Local postal workers
WHAT: Protest against mail processing center closings and mail delays
WHERE: 602 Burkey St (Foresight Circle)
WHEN: 2-5 PM Friday, November 14
DATELINE [Grand Junction] -- Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe and the USPS Board of Governors, the board that oversees the U.S. Postal Service, are poised to make devastating cuts in service to the American people – cuts so severe that they would forever damage the U.S. Postal Service.
• On Jan. 5, the USPS is slated to lower “service standards” to virtually eliminate overnight delivery – including first-class mail from one address to another within the same city or town.
• All mail (medicine, online purchases, local newspapers, newsletters of religious organizations, bill payments, letters and invitations) throughout the country would be delayed.
• Our entire community would lose business opportunities associated with ecommerce, which relies on the speedy delivery of goods ordered online.
• Beginning Jan. 5, 82 Mail Processing & Distribution Centers are scheduled to close.
On Nov. 14 postal workers in Western Colorado will protest at Foresight Circle at 3:00 pm as part of a National Day of Action to send a message to Postmaster General and the USPS Board of Governors: Stop Delaying America’s Mail!
The cuts would cause hardships for the public and small businesses, eliminate jobs, and destroy the world’s most efficient and affordable delivery network by driving away mail and revenue. They are part of the same flawed strategy that’s behind efforts to end Saturday and door-to-door deliveries, cut back post office hours, and make other reductions in mail service.
The travesty is that the cuts are absolutely unnecessary – because postal operations are profitable. The Postal Service, which isn’t funded by taxpayers, has earned an operating profit so far this year of more than $1 billion. For four years running, its finances have been improving.
And, while revenue from First Class Mail has been declining, package delivery, largely due to the growth of e-commerce has been rapidly expanding.
There is red ink, but it stems from political interference, not from the mail. In 2006, a lame-duck Congress mandated that the Postal Service pre-fund future retiree health benefits 75 years in advance – something no other public agency or private firm is required to do. That costs the Postal Service $5.6 billion a year – and that’s the red ink.
Fifty-one senators and 160 House members have called for a one-year moratorium on the reduction in service and the closure of the mail processing centers to allow Congress time to enact postal legislation that would improve, not degrade, postal service. The Postmaster General and USPS Board of Governors should honor their request.
For more information, visit www.StopMailDelays.org.
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American Postal Workers Union
Ignite! Western Slope
Grand Junction - Mesa County Central Library
Calendar item or Press Release
What: Ignite! Western Slope – Sponsored by Grand Junction Toastmasters Club
When: Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 at 1 p.m.
Where: Mesa County Public Library, Central location, 443 N. 6th St.
Bring a nonperishable item for local food bank (in lieu of admission)
‘Enlighten us, but make it quick’
Grand Junction, Colorado- Ignite! Western Slope returns to the Mesa County Central Library, Saturday, Nov. 15 after a very successful event last year. Ignite! is a popular public-speaking event where participants speak for five minutes on a topic of interest. Speakers prepare 20 slides for a PowerPoint presentation that advances automatically every 15 seconds while the person delivers his or her talk. Ignite! events have thrived in Portland, Boulder, Baltimore, New York City and other locations. Ignite! Western Slope is a fun, inspiring and family-friendly event. Come listen to a variety of interesting topics! And consider being a speaker!
To register to participate (deadline Nov. 8) or for more information about Ignite! Western Slope, visit www.ignitews.org or call 970-433-0384, or 970-683-4927.
OM Lions Soup Extravaganza
Mesa county fairgrounds, building C
Orchard Mesa Lions will be holding their annual Soup Extravaganza on November 15th from 4:30 to 7:30pm. At the Mesa County Fairgrounds building C. 5 varieties of soup; our famous ham and bean, turkey noodle, broccoli cheese, green chili,and potato soups, all for only $6 in advance $7 at the door, children under 7 and active military free! Come spin the cake wheel, win cakes and/ or gift certificates. Door prizes of cash and True Value Gift certificates totally over $600 will be drawn at 7:30pm. This year we have added a "soup challenge" any one can enter for $10, bring a crockpot of soup( all nonprofits are encouraged) voting is $.25 each, money collected by the winner go to the winners nonprofit choice.
Sharron Nickerson 970-623-6064
Domestic Violence - A Community Disease
Main Library Community Room
Forum with a panel of 3 local professionals that deal intimately with domestic violence
Playing With Your Expectations: Western Slope Avant Garde
1803 North 7th Street, Grand Junction, CO 81501
Playing with Your Expectations highlights the work of artists who have challenged the norms of material use, assigned value or commodity, expendability, subject matter and content. The Art Center hopes to create critical dialogue with every curated exhibit, but this exhibit brings some of our most experimental artists to the forefront.
The Western Slope and Moab are lucky to have had all these creatives with us no matter how brief a moment in time. They have been and continue to be some of the bravest people and the most generous in spirit our community has come to know.
Western Slope artists selected are: Jamie Bardsley, Grand Junction; Verona Burkhardt, Grand Junction; John Cohorst, Carbondale; Paul Collins, Snowmass (now Nashville, TN); Gary Haushulz, Palisade; Karly Koster, Grand Junction (currently Austin, TX); Lancer Livermont, Grand Junction; Charmaine Locke, Carbondale; Sara Ransford, Aspen/Loma; Paul Soldner, Aspen; James Surls, Carbondale; Toru Sugita, Grand Junction (now San Francisco CA); and Bryan Wade, Grand Junction.
Close neighbor, Adele Alsop, from Moab, is also included. Her work is so utterly breath-taking. Proximity and quality of work make Adele a natural fit for this exhibit.
Western Colorado Bonsai Society
1803 North 7th Street, Grand Junction, CO 81501
Bonsai is a fascinating horticultural art form, deeply rooted in history over centuries from its early incarnation as penjing in China to what is seen now as the formal Japanese bonsai. The trees come in many forms and colors from the tiny pink leaves of a delicate maple to the rugged gray bark of an old collected pine. The pots act not only as a container but also as an aesthetic extension of the tree, and stands are chosen to enhance the view of the composition as a whole.
Bonsai require great care; it is a huge responsibility to care for these sometimes very old trees. They become a part of and have a history with their caretakers and some are said, in folk tales, to possess a spirit. As much work as it can be, the reward of experiencing the ever-changing landscape which is a bonsai pays back tenfold.
The Western Colorado Bonsai Society meets every month with exciting demonstrations, styling classes, visiting experts, and great company.
If interested or for any questions please call Joyce Wingerter at (970) 208-3501.
Make Your Mark: Rocky Mountain Collage Society
1803 North 7th Street, Grand Junction, CO 81501
RMCS is looking forward to exhibiting members’ mixed media collage work at The Art Center September 3 through September 29. The mission of RMCS is to encourage the use and understanding of collage as a fine art form as well as provide education about collage as a fine art form.
The show will be judged by national award-winning collage artist and teacher Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson. Ms. Nelson will also be conducting a two-day collage workshop at The Art Center, entitled “Paper Paintings” on September 6th and 7th.
The organization is affiliated with the National Collage Society. RMCS has over 30 members and plans to expand the membership with satellite collage groups throughout the state of Colorado and neighboring states.
Raw Foods Vegan Potluck
Community Room at Lakeside, 3150 Lakeside Dr., Grand Junction
Everyone is welcome to attend. Local author, Rhonda Dunlap - 'Guide to Super Raw Foods' will give a brief talk on 'Why Raw Foods are Hot!' and demo 'How to Make Water Kefir'.
For the potluck, bring a vegan raw foods dish - free of animal products - to serve eight. New at this? Bring some-thing as simple as cut up fruits or veggies, or check out recipes at http://www.raw-food-diet-magazine.com/raw-food-recipes.html. Bring the recipe with all ingredients listed, your own place setting, and beverage. There is no charge.
Info: Marian at 255-0417 or Rhonda 242-2089
Connect with us at: VeganLifeColorado.org or Veg Grand Junction Meet Up or Facebook Veg Grand Junction
Marian at 255-0417 or Rhonda 242-2089
2014 Fruita Fall Festival Old-Fashioned Cookery Competition
End Zone at 152 S Mesa Street, Fruita
Fruita True Value is sponsoring the 2014 Fruita Fall Festival Old-Fashioned Cookery Competition. Celebrating 100 years of festival traditions, the event will incorporate seven categories: canning, jellies and jams, salsa, fresh baked goods, pies and cobblers, comfort foods and junior chefs for those 11 and under.
The contest will take place at 9:00 am on Saturday, August 23 at the End Zone at 152 S Mesa Street. Entries must be dropped off at the End Zone between 8:00 am and 9:00 am on August 23. Entry forms are available online at www.FruitaFallFestival.com, Fruita Chamber of Commerce (432 E Aspen Avenue), Fruita True Value (1690 Hwy 6 & 50) or End Zone Sports Pub (152 S Mesa St.). Winners will be announced during the Fruita Farmers Market on August 23 at 12 pm.
With prize money awarded in each category and plenty of ribbons to go around, the Old-Fashioned Cookery competition committee is expecting a sizeable turnout for this event. Come home to Fruita and join our Centennial celebration.
Fruita Chamber of Commerce
432 E Aspen Avenue
Fruita, CO 81521
MUTUAL OF OMAHA SEEKS REAL ‘AHA MOMENTS’ FROM GRAND JUNCTION LOCALS FOR NATIONAL TV SPOT
Fairfield Inn & Suites Grand Junction Downtown 225 Main Street Grand Junction, CO 81501 *Trailer will be parked in front of the hotel on Main Street
Local residents will have their shot at fame as the Aha Moment Tour makes its way to Grand Junction. The aha moment tour features a one-of-a-kind mobile television studio in a 34’ Airstream trailer designed to capture and share Americans’ aha moments across the country. Locals can sign up for their spot and view previously recorded moments at http://mutualofomaha.com/aha.
It is all part of Mutual of Omaha’s search for their next commercial spot. From the participants along the 20-city and 9,300-mile tour, one will be chosen to become a 30-second ad that will air nationally next spring.
CCA Summer Mixer
Hot Tomato Pizzeria 6:00-9:00
Colorado Canyons Association would like to invite all community members to join us for an entertaining night of food, drinks, and music at Hot Tomato Pizzeria in Fruita. We will be enjoying the back patio of the Hot Tomato while we listen to great local music. Along with great food and music, Hot Tomato, New Belgium Brewery and REI have donated some awesome door prizes for the evening. So grab some friends and join us for a fun night and great cause on August 13th from 6:00-9:00 P.M.
FREE Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides Curtesy of Home Loan Insurance
Grand Junction Downtown Farmers Market
Absolute Prestige Limousine Service is proud to announce out partnership with Home Loan Insurance on July 3rd 2014 at the downtown Grand Junction Farmers Market. We will be offering FREE horse-drawn carriage rides to the public through the historic downtown area curtesy of Home Loan Insurance. The rides will be available from 5:30-8:30p.m July 3rd at the downtown farmers market on main street. The horse-drawn carriage pick-up location will be on 4th street.
Visit the historic and beautiful Grand Junction downtown area on July 3rd during the farmers market and take a FREE ride in a horse-drawn carriage pulled by beautiful draft horses, curtesy of Home Loan Insurance.
If you have any questions regarding the free horse-drawn carriage rides please feel free to call Shirleen Hutton at (970)858-8500 or email her at email@example.com.
Shirleen Hutton (970)858-8500
Powderhorn Mountain Resort, Mesa, CO
Enter yourself into the ultimate fitness competition hosted by Gold's Gym. Enter single fitness events or challenge yourself and do them all. For more information visit http://www.powderhorn.com/summer-events-calendar
John Messinger, 970-268-5158, firstname.lastname@example.org
A Community Conversation About Mental Health
Glenwood Springs Public Library 815 Cooper Ave, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Members of the public are invited to come talk about the most pressing mental health issues around the Western Slope.
This FREE public event is sponsored by "Creating Community Solutions Colorado" in partnership with Mind Springs Health. A follow-up meeting in May will be held for developing action plans to address the issues identified in April.
This event is part of a national initiative on mental health launched last summer by the Departments of Health & Human Services and Education. The goal is to reduce the stigma of mental illness by involving thousands of citizens in identifying mental health issues impacting you and your community, and creating action plans for solutions.
For more information call 970.925.9010 or visit facebook.com/CreatingCommunitySolutionsColorado
Spring River Cleanup
Western Colorado Botanical Gardens - 641 Struthers Avenue, Grand Junction, CO
A service project sponsored by the national service organizations serving Mesa County including Mesa County AmeriCorps, Senior Companions, Foster Grandparents, Mesa County RSVP and the Western Colorado Conservation Corps to clean up Watson Island a part of the Botanical Gardens. Refreshments will be provided and entrance to the Botanical Gardens is free for volunteers. Bring your gloves and be ready to work!
Angie Bertrand, Director, Mesa County AmeriCorps
244-0633 or email@example.com
The Trials of Muhammad Ali - Documentary
Feb 19, 2014 Reception at 6:30 p.m. and film at 7:00 p.m.
Mesa County Public Library Community Room located at 530 Grand Avenue in Grand Junction
This is a feature-length documentary film covering Ali's toughest bout and his battle to overturn the five-year prison sentence. It is a fight film tracing his life. The wine and cheese reception will begin half an hour before the film starts. Admission is free!
Cello Day - Final Concert
Feb 15, 2014 4:00 p.m.
Colorado Mesa University Recital Hall located at 1231 North 12th Street in Grand Junction
Tickets are available now and it is free to get in!
Ladies appreciation night
Fruita Community Center / Fruita, CO
Free, but space is limited. Reserve your spot by calling this number: 858-2595
with Dr. Laurel Bartholomay
Your Aging Pet
with Dr. Aimee Johnson
Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention
with Vicki Filz, BSN
with Dr. Rebecca Glasser
858-2595 / Visit CanyonCreekPlasticSurgery.com for more info
Front-line passes to Americas Got Talent
Centennial Plaza in Montrose
Can you put the following in your community calendar this week:
America’s Got Talent front line passes for the December 7th Denver auditions will go to three lucky winners of a talent tryout held, Saturday November 30th starting at 8am, at Centennial Plaza on South 1st street in Montrose. A panel of judges will pick the top three talents and will reward them with a front line pass to the audition plus over $2000 in prizes and gifts will be awarded. Contest is open to all ages. Details and pre-registration is available at montrosepress.com.
A Place at the Table
Nov 20, 2013 Reception at 6:30 p.m. and film at 7:00 p.m.
Mesa County Public Library Community Room located at 530 Grand Avenue in Grand Junction
Rocky Mountain PBS presents the 2013-14 community cinema series called "A Place at the Table". A wine and cheese reception will start at 6:30 p.m. Please bring a canned food item to benefit the Community Food Bank.
Sleeping Beauty Dance
Nov 16, 2013 - Nov 17, 2013 7:00 p.m. on Friday and 2:00 p.m. on Saturday
Palisade High School Auditorium located at 3679 G Road in Palisade.
Try not to miss the Sleeping Beauty Ballet production by Dance Works on Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $15 for and $5 for children 12 and under. It will be an additional $3 at the door. Reserved seating only.
Spooky Sprint 5K
Oct 19, 2013 8:00 a.m.
Riverbottom Park in Montrose
The funds raised from this walk/run will help benefit Montrose Special Olympics.
Santa's New Helper: puppet show
Dec 11, 2012 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Central Library at 1st St. and Gunnison Ave.
Rudolph is sick and Santa needs to find a helper to pull his sleigh. Find out who will help Santa deliver toys.
Caroling at Grace Point
Dec 9, 2012 - Dec 30, 2012 10:45 a.m.
Grace Point Church located at 606 28 3/4 Road in Grand Junction.
Join them each Sunday for Christmas caroling at Grace Point Church and they will show how each song relates to the original Christmas story.
Dec 14, 2012 - Dec 15, 2012 7:30 p.m. on Friday Saturday plus 2:00 p.m. matinee on Saturday
Grand Junction High School Auditorium
Colorado Mesa University and the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra present The Nutcracker. Prices range anywhere from $5 to $25, depending on where you are sitting.
CMU Holiday Concert
Dec 9, 2012 3:00 p.m.
Moss Performing Arts Center Robinson Theater at 1231 N. 12th St.
Colorado Mesa University is hosting a holiday concert. The admissions fee is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $5 for students.
Railroad Christmas Train Show
Dec 8, 2012 - Dec 30, 2012 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Cross Orchard Historic Farm at 3073 F Road
The Cross Orchard Historic Farm is holding a Grand Valley Model Railroad Club Christmas Train Show. The admission fees are $1 for children under 12, $4 for an adult, and $7 for a family.
Dec 8, 2012 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Center for Independence at 740 Gunnison Ave.
The Center for Independence is hosting their 1st Annual Canine Christmas. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and the entry fee is $20. It is an additional $10 for more dogs.
Susie McEntire Christmas Concert
Dec 6, 2012 7:00 p.m.
The Avalon Theatre at 745 Main St.
A concert to benefit United Way of Mesa County. Reserved tickets are available at ticketswest.com, any City Markets, or by calling 866-464-2624. Ticket prices are $45 for Premier Floor Seats, $35 for Premier Balcony Seats, and $25 for Reserved Floor and Balcony.
Christmas Craft Fair
Dec 1, 2012 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Two Rivers Convention Center at 159 Main St.
The Lavender Association of Western Colorado is having a Christmas Craft Fair with no cost.
BNI Mesa Chapter Meeting
A Taste of Heaven Catering, 2817 North Avenue
You're invited to join the Mesa Chapter of Western Slope BNI! We're a powerful business referral group in the Grand Valley working to pass business to our fellow members.
Are you looking to grow your business?
Would referrals help you grow your business?
Can we introduce you to a team of business professionals who will want to help you build your business through referrals over time?
Then now is the time to check out Business Networking International.
For more information, please contact Leigh Ashman, publicity chair for the Mesa Chapter of Western Slope BNI, at 970-260-7002 and be her guest at our next meeting!
Pretty in Pink Pageant
Jan 22, 2012 - Jan 22, 2011 1:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Masonic Lodge, GJ
Pageant with NO boundaries regarding age or demographics
Dec 22, 2011 - Dec 24, 2011 11:00 a.m.
Landmark Baptist Church, 2711 Unaweep Avenue, Grand Junction
Landmark Baptist Church will present the cantata From Christmas to Calvary by Glenn and Jan Christianson on Friday, December 23 at 7:00 p.m. and again on Sunday, December 25 at 11:00 a.m.
In this story Hank, who is old and cantankerous and is bitter toward God and the church, learns the true meaning of Christmas—that Jesus came to earth with the sole reason of dying on the cross for our sins. Some of the choir goes caroling at Hank’s home, where he lives with his daughter and her family, and they have a great effect on Hank. Hank is able to soften his heart and overcome his bitterness enough to trust the Lord as his Saviour. Hank finds a reason for living.
The event will be held at Landmark Baptist Church located at 2711 Unaweep Avenue in Grand Junction. There is no cost and nursery is provided. Call 970-257-1047 for further information.
Landmark Baptist Church, 970-257-1047
Christmas Classics Concert
Dec 19, 2011 - Dec 21, 2011 7:00 p.m.
First United Methodist Church on 5th and White
Your Holiday Favorites presented by High Desert Opera. Tix available at Roper Music and at the door. $12 adults, $5 students, children under 12 free.
Gateway Canyons New Years Eve Celebration
Dec 30, 2011 - Jan 1, 2012 7:00 p.m.
Gateway Canyon Palisade Event Center
Champagne & chocolate covered strawberries upon arrival, welcome reception at 7pm, dinner at 8pm, dancing after dinner and fireworks at midnight. $98 per person $199 per couple. Including lodging $399 per couple.
Front Desk Staff
BRAIN Business Expo.
Dec 2, 2011 - Dec 4, 2011 3:00 p.m.-5:00 pm
501 Main St. Grand Junction
Business expo open to the public. Hot chocolate, hot apple cider, over 30 give a ways.
Holiday Heroes Drive
Dec 19, 2011 - Dec 21, 2011 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Central High School
Anyone interested can arrive at Central High School during the designated time and are welcome to the assortment of clothing, toys and toiletries gathered—free of charge. Individuals can take anything for themselves or for someone they know in need of help this holiday season! This event is being hosted to help families through the holiday season.
Applebee's Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for Toys for Tots
Dec 2, 2011 - Dec 4, 2011 8:00am-11:00am
All you can eat pancakes, eggs, sausage, coffee and tea for $5.00 donation! Come have a great breakfast with family, friends and Marines!
(970) 901-5369 (talk/text)
6th ANNUAL STUFF THE BUS for TOYS FOR TOTS
Dec 9, 2011 - Dec 11, 2011 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Walgreen's in Montrose
Help us stuff a big, yellow school bus with toys for less fortunate children in the local community! Bring a new, unwrapped toy, or let the elves help you find one in Walgreen's! Live remote broadcast from local radio station, Santa appearance! Thanks for your support.
Marine Toys for Tots Montrose Distribution Day
Dec 16, 2011 - Dec 18, 2011 8:00am-2:00pm
Travelin' Tots Building, North 1st St., Montrose, CO
Toys will be distributed to parents/guardians of less fortunate children in the local community that submitted applications. Last year we distributed toys for over 2,300 children.
Ellen P. Flanary
Santa Claus is coming to DRC
Dec 9, 2011 - Dec 11, 2011 11:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Dinosaur Resource Center
Santa Claus will be coming to the Dinosaur Resource Center from 11am-3pm. We have our craft table available for the children to make an ornament for our Christmas tree as well as one for themselves. So come and see Santa and help us decorate our Christmas tree! Included with cost of museum admission.
Grand Valley hCG Support Group
Nov 14, 2011 - Nov 16, 2011 7:00 p.m.
Grand Valley hCG Support Group at Community Hospital Lower Level Conference Room. Meeting is open to public. If you want to know more about the hCG diet and meet others who have lost weight doing the hCG diet, please come.For questions call 234-1185.
Thunder Mountain Camera Club monthly meeting
Nov 21, 2011 - Nov 23, 2011 7:00 p.m.
River of Alliance Church, 701 24 1/2 Road, Grand Junction
Thunder Mountain Camera Club will hold its monthly meeting on the 4th Tuesday, November 22, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the River of Alliance Church, 701 24 1/2 Road, Grand Junction. There will be a program and photos for “Picture Story” will be reviewed. For more information contact: Kathleen @ 260-7488.
Kathleen @ 260-7488
Santa Visits the Hotchkiss Fire Station - 2011
Dec 16, 2011 - Dec 18, 2011 10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.
195 W. Hotchkiss Ave, Hotchkiss, CO 81419
4th Annual Visit by Santa to the Hotchkiss Fire Station. Gifts for children. Refreshments for all. Tours of the station and equipment. Peaceful and non-commercial environment to visit Santa
John C. Sell, Jr.
Mosaics: Where Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop & Music Come Together
Dec 16, 2011 - Dec 18, 2011 2:00 p.m.
Colorado Mesa University's Robinson Theatre
Absolute Dance of Grand Junction is proud to announce the upcoming presentation of "Mosaics: Where Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop & Music Come Together." This production will feature performances by dancers in the pre-professional performance companies at Absolute Dance and other special guests. Join us for this night of eclectic performances celebrating talented Grand Valley dancers and musicians. $6, $8, and $12 tickets available. For more information, call Absolute Dance, or visit http://www.absolutedancegj.com.
Free Memory Screening
Nov 14, 2011 - Nov 16, 2011 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Visiting Angels 2470 F Road Suite 6 Grand Junction
Alzheimer's Foundation of America National Memory Screening Day - free screening
Debbie Harrison 970-254-8888
Benefit Concert for the Mientka Famiuy
Nov 19, 2011 - Nov 21, 2011 1:30 p.m.
Sacred Heart Church in Paonia
On Sunday, November 20, there will be a benefit concert for the Mientka family at Sacred Heart Church in Paonia at 1:30 PM. The church is located at the corner of Third St and North Fork Ave. .
If you need more information, please call Gretchen Nicholoff at 970-261-0889
Best of the West Final Concert
Dec 2, 2011 - Dec 4, 2011 3:30 p.m.
CMU, Moss Performing Arts Center, Robinson Theatre
Sacred Music Choir and Orchestra Concert
Nov 19, 2011 - Nov 21, 2011 7:00 pm-8:00 pm
2542 G Road
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – NON-PROFIT
Sacred Music Choir and Orchestra Concert
Monte Atkinson, Conductor
At LDS Church on 2542 G Road, Grand Junction
Sunday evening, November 20, 2011, 7:00 pm
The public is cordially invited to a special performance of beloved American hymns for choir and symphony orchestra, conducted by Monte Atkinson, professor of music at Colorado Mesa University. Presented as the annual Stake President’s Concert of the Grand Junction West Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the program includes stirring renditions of The Lord is My Shepherd, Amazing Grace, The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning, Jesus, Once of Humble Birth, My Song in the Night, and other great hymns.
Featuring a choir of 95 voices with symphony orchestra, including harp, bagpipe, and pipe organ, these beautiful and powerful hymn settings bring to life some of our most treasured hymns. The program will last an hour and is best suited for those 8 and older. Seating opens at 6:30 pm.
JoEllen Foutz at 970-243-1486 or Adam Cochran at 970-201-6638
Collbran Christmas Craft Show
Dec 2, 2011 - Dec 4, 2011 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Collbran Auditorium & Grace Bible Church
Fun family & community shopping day with tons of local vendors. We'll have everything from clothing to candy & food, crafts, art, and MUCH more!
Hanly-Houle Piano Duo
Nov 16, 2011 - Nov 18, 2011 7:30 p.m.
CMU, Moss Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall
$10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 students
Workshop on starting a nonprofit organization
Nov 2, 2011 - Nov 4, 2011 1:00 p.m.
Downtown GJ Alpine Bank 2nd floor conference room
Free workshop for anyone thinking of starting a new nonprofit organization.
Rocking Horse Saloon Christmas Bazaar
Oct 21, 2011 - Oct 23, 2011 10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.
1571 16 Road, Loma, CO
Products from women's home businesses
GirlFest Grand Junction
Oct 21, 2011 - Oct 23, 2011 6:00 p.m.
Lincoln Park, the Loop
Free event featuring everything for women and girls of all ages. Fundraiser for Project Hope which puts on the Prom for the Special Needs population every year in Grand Junction! Full line up of entertainment and demos, and lots of great booths!
Tips for Buying Telescopes
Oct 24, 2011 - Oct 26, 2011 7:00 p.m.
OLD Montrose Council Chambers, 24 S. Uncompahgre St. Montrose, CO
On October 25th, the Black Canyon Astronomical Society will offer tips on buying telescope and binocular equipment for all levels of interest.
This free program starts at 7PM at the Old Montrose Council Chambers, 24 S. Uncompahgre St., on Centennial Plaza. For more information, call the BCAS at 970 874-6926 or go to www.blackcanyonastronomy.com
BCAS 970 874-6926
"The Language of This Land" Writers' Conference
Oct 6, 2011 - Oct 10, 2011 12:00pm
"The Language of This Land" to be held Oct. 7-9 in Grand Junction.
Legendary Native American author Leslie Marmon Silko, who rarely appears in public, and has authored many novels, including Ceremony, an American classic, will read Oct. 8th from her newest book, The Turquoise Ledge, at a downtown G.J. banquet. Her appearance is part of an inaugural writers' conference, "The Language of This Land," held by the Western Colorado Writers' Forum.
Ten other authors will read and teach over the weekend-long conference, including Colorado Poet Laureate David Mason, novelist Will Hobbs, Telluride poet & journalist Art Goodtimes, award-winning Colorado novelist Laura Hendrie, and several well-known Colorado poets, including G.J.'s Luis Lopez and Wendy Videlock, and Janice Gould, of Colorado Springs.
Most of the conference workshops and the banquet will be held downtown, with two other workshops to be held at Colorado Mesa University and one at the Colorado National Monument.
Two Front Range editors, Pilgrimage editor Maria Melendez and The Nervous Breakdown's Uche Ogbuchi, will teach a workshop for writers on submissions and online promotion. Melendez will also offer manuscript critiques and individual sessions with writers.
Three free workshops open to the public, limited to 30, will be offered. The downtown public library will host one class in poetry, and one in journalism, taught by Videlock and Goodtimes. David Mason will team up with a naturalist from the Colorado National Monument for a Saturday morning of hiking, learning geology and flora and fauna, and writing.
Ute elder Clifford Duncan, of Utah, will speak at the banquet, together with Mason and Silko, and also speak at the final event, a community breakfast open to the public downtown at 800 Colorado the morning of Sunday, Oct. 9. The two-hour breakfast will feature storytelling and readings by visiting writers and Ute, Basque, Hispanic, Greek, African-American, Anglo and other speakers on their origins in this region.
For information or to register, call 970.257-4662 or visit www.westerncoloradowriters.org
Sandra Dorr, 433-6800
Zumba Party in Pink
Oct 20, 2011 - Oct 22, 2011 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Palisade gym-711 Iowa Ave
Come decked out in pink and participate in 2 solid hours of zumba for $5. All proceeds go to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness.
SRIKE for a CURE
Oct 6, 2011 - Oct 8, 2011 7:00 p.m.
Fundraiser for Making Strides against Breast Cancer of Mesa County
Trick-or-Treat Street & Halloween Carnival
Oct 27, 2011 - Oct 29, 2011 6-8 pm
Downtown Palisade and Palisade Gymnasium
From 4-6pm come to Palisade dressed in costume for trick-or-treating at all the down town businesses located on 3rd street and Main street. Then attend the Halloween Carnival from 6-8pm at the gym at 711 Iowa Ave. The carnival is $2 for children 4 and over, children under 4 are free.
2nd Annual Alpaca Days
Oct 8, 2011 - Oct 10, 2011 11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Sheriff Posse Arena 25 &F1/2 Roads
annual event to allow the public to learn more about alpacas
BuzzTown University: Learn the 4 Rules of Internet Marketing
Sep 27, 2011 - Sep 29, 2011 12:00pm-2:00
Western Colorado Botanical Gardens
Join BuzzTown.com for the first BuzzTown University Class! This free, 2-hour class gets you started in the exciting world of social marketing. You'll learn the fundamentals of social marketing as well as how to best use them for your business.
Please RSVP, classes fill up quickly, email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hip Hop Workshop w/Michael Vargas
Sep 16, 2011 - Sep 18, 2011 7:00 pm
LaPUERTA Dance Studio
Meet Michael Vargas
Michael Vargas aka "Xmastreemike" has been a dancer since 2003 where he got his first role in the feature film You Got Served. From there, his career has taken off working with such artists as Missy Elliott, Ciara, Ryan Leslie, Fergie, Omarion, and is currently on tour with Justin Bieber. Michael didn't start dancing until the age of 19 when he moved to LA from the Bay Area in 2002.
He has trained with the biggest names in the industry and has worked his way to become well respected in the dance industry.
Price: $15 in advance or $20 at the door
About The Ground Level
The Ground Level’s mission is to help others in their dance goals by attracting celebrated industry professionals who bring the latest dance choreography, dance trends, audition and industry advice.
Journey Into Dyslexia - an HBO Documentary
Oct 10, 2011 - Oct 12, 2011 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Goodwill Community Room 630 24 1/2 Road, G.J. Co. 81505
Your invited to join us for a special viewing of "Journey into Dyslexia" - an HBO documentary.
JOURNEY INTO DYSLEXIA presents profiles of dyslexic students and adults who share their experiences of struggling in school and then succeeding in life. Academy-Award winning filmmakers Alan and Susan Raymond examine the complexities of this differently structured brain and debunk the myths and misperceptions about dyslexia. Journey into Dyslexia reveals that many adult professionals who once struggled to learn in school consider their dyslexia a unique gift and the defining reason behind their success.
Cheryl Gaines @ 970-201-1253 or Londa Taets @ 970-254-5522
Earth Science Day at DRC
Oct 7, 2011 - Oct 9, 2011 11:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Dinosaur Resource Center, 201 S. Fairview St., Woodland Park, CO
The Challenger Learning Center will bring their planetarium to the RMDRC with continual shows. The CLCC StellarPortal is an out-of-this-world astronomy experience! The inflatable, portable planetarium enables participants to experience the night sky no matter what the weather or the time of day. Constellations, moon phases, planets, seasons, and deep sky objects can be observed in the StellarPortal. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your solar system, as a trained astronomer blasts you off into an adventure that is out of this world!
The Western Colorado Train Show
Sep 30, 2011 - Oct 3, 2011 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Montrose County Fairgrounds
Train show with vendor booths, operating layouts, clinics, and more.
Rod von Bernuth
Voice Faculty Recital
Sep 21, 2011 - Sep 23, 2011 7:30 p.m.
CMU, Moss Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall
$10 adult, $8 senior, $5 student
Laura Bradley; 970-248-1954
Canyonlands Day Trip
Sep 23, 2011 - Sep 25, 2011 7:30 a.m.
Moab and Canyonlands
Take a day trip to Canyonlands National Park and explore the park by foot and bus. Afterwords dine in one of Moab's fine establishments
Free Dental Day
Sep 22, 2011 - Sep 24, 2011 8:00am
Dr Gillis Office 1190 Bookcliff Ave. Unit 201 and Dr. Weenig's Office 790 Wellington Ave. Suite 205
The dental offices of Dr. Julie Gillis, Dr. Kenneth Perino and Dr. Duane Weenig will offer basic dental care to persons unable to afford dental care. Patients should arrive to the offices of Dr. Gillis and Dr. Weenig at 8 a.m. Friday September 23, 2011 to be screened. They will give given an appointment time and location for treatment Saturday, September 24, 2011
Mackenzie Perino 970-640-7982
Thunder Mountain Camera Club monthly meeting
Sep 26, 2011 - Sep 28, 2011 7:00 pm
River of Alliance Church, 701 24 1/2 Road, Grand Junction
Thunder Mountain Camera Club will hold its monthly meeting on the 4th Tuesday, September 27, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the River of Alliance Church, 701 24 1/2 Road, Grand Junction. The program will be “Another (Wasted) Evening with David Cooper.” For more information contact: Kathleen @ 260-7488.
Kathleen @ 260-7488
Redlands United Methodist Church Fall kick-off
Sep 10, 2011 - Sep 12, 2011 9:11 am
Redlands United Methodist Church
Redlands United Methodist Church will be holding its annual fall kick-off, Sunday September 11.
A combined Contemporary\Traditional Church Service remembering the events of 9/11 and celebrating the Hope that transpired from this Historical Tragedy will be held at 9:11 a.m. followed by a pot luck brunch.
Please join us during this time to celebrate the resilience of the American people as well as learning more about the ministries Redlands United Methodist Church offers. Sunday school for all ages will be held during the service. A nursery will be available during the service and pot luck.
RUMC Youth Group also begins its fall schedule that evening. Grades 6-12 will meet in the fellowship hall from 5-7 p.m. Students are invited to come and participate in a spiritual journey among friends from around the Valley.
Redlands United Methodist Church is located at 527 Village Way off of Broadway.
If you have questions please call RUMC at (970)245-1478
1st Annual Bully Extravaganza
Sep 9, 2011 - Sep 11, 2011 9:00 a.m.
Mesa County Fair Grounds
Pit Bull dog show. Created to promote the breed. No females in heat, no pups under 3 months, NO AGRESSIVE PEOPLE OR DOGS!
Seven Falls Dancers at DRC
Sep 2, 2011 - Sep 4, 2011 11:00 am-4:00 pm
Dinosaur Resource Center
On the front plaza at the Dinosaur Resource Center. Native American Art, Jewelry & Crafts will be displayed. At 1pm & 2:30pm the Seven Falls Indian Dancers will perform Native American dancing (weather permitting). Come and join the fun!
Aug 26, 2011 - Aug 28, 2011 6:30 p.m.
Grand River Vineyards
Night Of Music With Head Start
Time: Gate Opens at 6:30 p.m.
Place: Grand River Vineyards
787 N. Elberta Palisade, Co
Ticket Price $15.00 per person
At Gate $17.00
Children Under 12 years old get in free
All proceeds will benefit the Head Start parents
Tickets are sold at Fisher Liquor Barn, Roper Music, Grand River Vineyards, Rocky Mountain SER Head Start
Gateway Canyons Hosts The Williams Brothers Band
Aug 20, 2011 6:00 p.m.- 9:30 p.m.
Gateway Canyons Amphitheater in Gateway, Colorado
Live music, buffet style dinner with grilled Mahi Mahi fish tacos and chicken fajitas along with all the trimmings for only $20 per person. Overnight packages start at $97 per person based on double occupancy, excluding tax. Come join us for an exciting concert in the Canyons.
Gateway Dynamite Shoot
Behind Gateway Community Center, Gateway Colorado
Shots of firearms setting off major explosions of dynamite!!! Bring the whole family out for a BLAST!!!
Teacher Appreciation Breakfast
2455 hwy 6&50 Grand Junction CO 81505
Annual breakfast to show our appreciation to the teachers of District 51
Gary Grant 970-242-1800
Womens Car care Workshop
Aug 16, 2011 6:30 p.m.
610 Foresight Circle E Grand Junction, CO 81505 Questions, call: (970) 243-3404
Learn about basic auto care questions, such as:
• How to change a tire
• What maintenance should I be performing?
• Why is maintenance important?
• How do I check my fluids, and what fluids should I be checking?
• Other questions that you would like to know.
DINNER WILL BE SERVED! Come hungry!
D & G AutoCare
Evening Under the Stars Community Concert
Aug 27, 2011 6:30 p.m.
Free, family friendly event. Music provided by the Centennial Band, Talking Rhythms and GJ Symphony Orchestra. Sponsored by Wells Fargo.
Kristen Woods-Madril, GJSO Marketing Director 970-243-6787
Gateway Canyons BBQ Blues
Sep 3, 2011 2:00 pm-10:00 pm
Gateway Canyons Ampetheater in Gateway, Colorado
5 Blues Bands including headliner The Hazel Miller Band, Little Joe McLerran & Robbie Mack, Teresa Lynne & The Dreamboats, The Brian Hornbuckle Band, and Steve Crenshaw. Fireworks at dark and food & craft vendors. Tickets are $20 in advance and can be purchased at City Market Stores. Tickets purchased at the gate are $25.
Son Run fundraiser
Aug 12, 2011 11:00 am-2:00 pm
Pulled pork sandwich, baked beans, caesar salad, and beverage.
$10 per person. Funds going to help local uninsured cancer patients through the Son Run 5K.
Light Gives Heat Presents: Rough-Cut Screening of "Moving On"
The Avalon Theater, downtown Grand Junction
Light Gives Heat is screening their full-length rough-cut documentary "Moving On." The documentary is about a young couple who gives up everything to see if they can effect the world around them and in the process are completely changed. The film documents Light Gives Heat founders, Dave and Morgan Hansow, and three of the friends they made in Uganda, Africa. Guests who fill out a short questionnaire after the screening will receive a free SUUBI necklace. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
Beyond Boundaries Dance Collective Auditions
May 2, 2011 - May 3, 2011 4:00 p.m.
MSC, Moss Performing Arts Center, Dance Studio
Beyond Boundaries Dance Collective is auditioning experienced dancers for their July 2011 concert.
Laura Bradley; 970-248-1954
Drawings for wallhanging and special gift pack
Feb 4, 2011 - Feb 15, 2011 Business hours
Alida's fruits, 500 Main
Valentine's Day drawings for quilted wall hanging and special gift pack.
Music & Grandma's Cherry Cheesecake Sampling
Feb 4, 2011 - Feb 14, 2011 business hours