Briefs for Oct. 2
Local Girl Scouts selling nuts and candies
Local Girl Scouts are selling nuts and candies through Oct. 14. Anyone who would like to place an order can call Tammy Ryan at 879-9813. Also, the Girl Scouts’ fall registration is ongoing. For more information, call the Chipeta Council Office at (800) 288-0463 or Steamboat Area Service Team Leader Elizabeth Flaharty at 736-2499.
Alpine Taxi’s annual food drive begins Friday
Alpine Taxi’s annual food drive is Oct. 6-13. The drive supports LIFT-UP of Routt County. Drop off canned foods any time of the day at the Alpine Taxi office west of downtown Steamboat Springs.
Annual Soup Bowl Supper tickets now on sale
Tickets for the fifth annual Soup Bowl Supper sponsored by the Steamboat Clay Artisans are on sale at All That Jazz. The cost is $18 in advance ($20 at door) and entitles the ticket-holder to a handmade ceramic bowl created by a local clay artist, soup donated by local restaurants, bread, beverage, dessert, and a chance at a door prize. This year’s fundraiser benefits Historic Routt County.
The supper is Wednesday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. There are 5:30 and 7 p.m. seatings. Each seating also will feature a silent auction of locally made pottery.
In addition to local clay artists who have created 300 bowls and auction items for the event, local businesses and restaurants have donated soups, breads, desserts, beverages and other supplies and services. These donors include the Butcher Shop, Cafe Diva, City Market, Cottonwood Grill, Creekside Grill, Ore House, Off The Beaten Path Bookstore, Pisa’s Pizza & Pasta, Rio Grande, Safeway, Sheraton Steamboat Resort, Steamboat Yacht Club, The Egg & I, Winona’s, The Epicurean, Blue Sage Bakery.
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