Selected Community Events
Presentation and Discussion: Defend the Colorado Plateau from Tar Sands and Oil Shale
Grand Junction, CO
Utah Tar Sands Resistance is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public and stopping the threat of tar sands and oil shale mining; presentations are planned in Grand Junction to inform concerned persons about the imminent construction of the first tar sands mine in the United States.
Denise Davis, phone 801-910-1168, email@example.com
Free Lunch & Learn
228 N. Cherry Street, AEC Conference Room, Fruita, CO 81521
Our professionals will provide information on how we take care of those who can no longer live independently, as well as share about the convenience of having access to our other healthcare facilities right here in Fruita. Knowledge gives you Peace of Mind! Select a Thursday in November to Attend a FREE INFORMATIONAL LUNCH November 7, 14, or 21, Noon — 1:00 pm AEC Conference Room, 228 N. Cherry Street, Fruita. Seating is limited — Kindly RSVP to 858-2211
Great Reveal: The Body And Soul Makeover
Two Rivers Winery, 2087 Broadway, Grand Junction, CO
A FUN NIGHT OUT FOR MEN AND WOMEN: featuring Linda Reese, the winner of The Body And Soul Makeover. Enter to win prizes. Benefits the March of Dimes. For more details, please call Le MedSpa at (970) 256-SKIN (7546).
Paule Stiefler, 970-256-7546, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mesa Fiber Arts Guild Evening Meeting
Center for Independence, 740 Gunnison, Grand Junction
Michelle A. will do a presentation on Turkish Silk.
Mesa Fiber Arts Guild in Grand Junction Colorado provides a place for people to share their interest in fiberarts, weaving, spinning, rug hooking, macrame, and knitting.
Margaret at http://mesafiberartsguild.org/default.aspx or email@example.com
The Ultimate Professional You!
Two Rivers Convention Center, Grand Junction CO
The Book Cliff Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals Presents:
Nationally Acclaimed Author and Educator
“The Ultimate Professional You”
Merelle is a powerful speaker who draws on her personal and professional experiences. Educated in criminology, psychology and sociology, Merelle has been a professor in sociology for more than a decade. She has also worked in the field of probation and parole, and as an insurance advisor where she was recognized with an Award of Excellence for four consecutive years. A natural public speaker, J. Merelle Rodrigo delivers entertaining and meaningful presentations.