SLIDE PRESENTATION ON LOCAL LANDSCAPE CHANGES JAN. 31
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe public is invited to attend a slide presentation and discussion of the book “Rivers, Range and Change: A Legacy of Landscapes in Routt and Moffat Counties 1900-2000” at 7 p.m. Jan. 31. Local wildlife and forest ecologist Cathy Neelan will lead the discussion on environmental changes in the Yampa Valley over the past 100 years. Call 879-0240 for more information.
QUILTERS TO DISCUSS VARIOUS PATTERNS AT MEETING
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Delectable Mountain Quilters Guild will hold its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 21 at the community center.
Kim Mosher and Judy Zehner will be the guest speakers and will introduce their patterns, discuss old patterns and lecture on downsizing patterns. Guest fee is $2.
TICKETS TO BE ISSUED AT BUFFALO PASS FOR ILLEGALLY PARKED CARS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSWinter recreationists are asked not to park on the side of the Buffalo Pass road when the Dry Lake parking lot is full. This narrows the road to one lane, preventing access for emergency vehicles and snowplows.
People also block each others’ vehicles in, said Dan Nielen, law enforcement officer for the Routt National Forest.
Warnings have been issued to people parking along the road but is hasn’t stopped the problem. Tickets will be issued to people parking illegally, Nielsen said.
Call the Forest Service at 879-1870.
DINNER THEATER PRESENTS ‘BARNUM’ IN GRAND JUNCTION
GRAND JUNCTIONThe Cabaret Dinner Theater presents “Barnum” at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at the Cabaret Theater in Grand Junction, 701 Main St. Call (970) 255-0999.
Women seek antique dealer showcase revival in town
The “Colorado Bells,” women who are passionate about antiquing and “authentic” country and are willing to go out of Colorado in search of antique items, are invited to join a group of women interested in reviving the Steamboat antique dealer showcase held in the summer. Call Sandy Fisher at 871-6965 if interested.
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