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WILD FEAST

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSYampatika presents its second annual Wild Edible Feast Wednesday. Vista Verde chef Jonathon will prepare a gourmet feast of the Yampa Valley’s wild game. The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a silent auction; dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. Dinner is $50 per person or $90 per couple. Reservations are required and due upon reservation. Call 871-9151.

DIGGING IN THE DIRT



STEAMBOAT SPRINGSYampatika presents a Botanic Park Series in soil preparation from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday at the shed in the Botanic Park garden. Learning different types of amendments and varying techniques to produce a good soil for starting seeds and growing transplants will be the key focus. Call

871-9151 for information.



SENIOR PROGRAM

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSTake a guided tour, enjoy a picnic lunch and visit the Western Museum at the Wyman Elk Ranch June 5. Seniors 55 and older will meet at the Parks and Recreation offices at 9 a.m., arrive at the ranch about 10 a.m. and head back to Steamboat about 3:30 p.m. Cost is $15. Call 879-4300..

DURANGO TRIP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSParks and Recreation offer a two-night stay in Durango on a scenic train ride from Durango to Silverton June 13-15. The group will visit the Pueblo Indian ruins at Mesa Verde and window shop in downtown. Meet at Parks and Rec at 8 a.m. June 13 for a drive to southwest Colorado with a picnic lunch on McClure Pass. The group will ride the train June 14 and visit Mesa Verde June 15 before heading back to Steamboat. The cost is $140 for a shared room, $210 for a private room. The cost also includes transportation, tours, lodging and picnic lunches. Space is limited. Call 879-4300.

CALL FOR ARTISTS

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSIn celebration of the Steamboat Springs Arts Council’s 30th anniversary, some of the programming at the Eleanor Bliss Center for the Arts at the Depot will be changed. Exhibit months will be March and December 2002.

Artists interested in a private/group show will need to complete the following:

n Submit a written proposal describing the concept, philosophy and/or subject matter of the compilation of the work intended for the exhibition.

n Submit a minimum of six slides per artist of recent work with description, size, medium, date and price. (Work intended for the show need not be completed at time of application.)

n Submit an SASE for return of slides.

n Work previously shown at the Depot within 12 months of the exhibit will not be accepted.

n Shows must have an adequate number of pieces for the gallery space.

n All work must be for sale, with a 25-percent commission to the SSAC.

n Send above information to: Steamboat Springs Arts Council, PO Box 774284, Steamboat Springs, 80477.

n Entries must be received by June 30.


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