Shuttles available to residents participating in Women’s March
Those participating in the Women’s March on Sunday, Jan. 21 are encouraged to park at the Stock Bridge Transit Center parking lot, and there will be shuttles running every 10 minutes to drop people at Bud Werner Memorial Library where the march begins at 10 a.m. After the march, people can wait at the bus stop at Fifth and Lincoln and catch a ride to the stoplight at Copper Mountain Estates, where they can get off and walk across the street to the parking lot.
Entrepreneurship Seminar for beginners hosted at CMC Thursday
A free seminar, “How to Start a Business,” will be offered at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at the Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs Entrepreneurship Center’s meeting room 127 in the new Academic Center. The program will offer content on understanding the marketplace and operational challenges, developing a budget and applying for a loan. This seminar is oriented toward those who have not previously started a business and are looking for planning assistance.
Registration is not required. Call 970-870-4491 for more information. The seminar is sponsored by Colorado Mountain College, Routt County and the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association.
Writing podcast to be broadcast live from Bud Werner Library
Bud Werner Memorial Library presents a live podcast broadcast with author R. Alan Brooks at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, in Library Hall. The community is invited to be a part of the audience for the recording of a new episode that “geeks out on the craft of writing.”
Brooks’ live taping of his Colorado-based “MotherF***er In A Cape” podcast, which focuses on “marginalized members of the geek world,” features local Steamboat authors Dagny McKinley and Cameron McVey on the slate of interviewees, with the theme “You Can’t Sell It ‘Til It’s Done: Ways to Finish Your Writing.”
Brooks is the author of the graphic novels “The Burning Metronome” and “The Adventures Of Captain Colorado.” His podcast is an informal chat moderated with Jordan Froelic, the comics guru at Mutiny Information Cafe. The hosts talk with comic book creators, nerd activists and key figures from areas of geek culture that aren’t often explored. Visit steamboatlibrary.org/events for more information.
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