Steamboat briefs: Hayden Library to close for Columbus Day
The Hayden Public Library will be closed Monday, Oct. 10 in observance of Columbus Day. The library will reopen Tuesday.
Library announces One Book Steamboat winners
Each fall, the Bud Werner Memorial Library presents One Book Steamboat, a community read for Steamboat Springs. In 2016, we are reading “Angle of Repose,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Wallace Stegner, honoring the Pulitzer centennial and “the dean of Western writers.”
During last week’s One Book Steamboat trivia contest surrounding Stegner and “Angle of Repose,” the following people answered a question correctly to win a copy of the novel: Dona Steele, Brian Peterson, Judy Kline, Jenna Hunt, Louise Wu, Dot Alber and Nancie McCormish.
The answer to the final question, published Friday, Wallace Stegner left a legacy as writer, professor and environmentalist who once moved Edward Abbey to pronounce him “the only living American writer worthy of the Nobel.”
Learn more about One Book Steamboat and upcoming events and discussions surrounding “Angle of Repose” at steamboatlibrary.org/events.
Coffee with a Building Official sessions planned
Beginning Friday, Oct. 21, Routt County building officials will host monthly conversations focused on building codes, inspections, plan review, the application process or other building department-related topics.
The first session will be held from 7 to 8:30 a.m. in the Egg and I meeting room, 325 Anglers Drive.
Members of the building community, including developers, design professionals and contractors, as well as property owners and the general public, are invited to attend.
Coffee will be provided.
These sessions will be held on the third Friday of each month.
Learning series to help highlight health equity
A new education series will provide information and encourage discussion about health equity in the community.
Part one of the series will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13 at Bud Werner Memorial Library.
Health equality focuses on how various factors influence individuals’ ability to live healthy, productive lives and how this, in turn, influences healthcare costs and other issues affecting everyone.
Thursday’s event will include a guest presentation from Deliana Garcia, director of International projects, research and development for Migrant Clinicians Network in Austin, Texas.
Residents from throughout the community are encouraged to attend. The event will include a light dinner. RSVP by calling 970-871-7323 or emailing email@example.com.
Hayden in need of certified local substitute teachers
The Hayden School District is in search of substitute teachers. Pay for substitutes with a current teaching certificate is $115 per day.
Pay for substitutes with a current substitute-only certificate is $110 per day. Contact the district office at 970-276-3864 for more information.
Registration now open for Steamboat Nordic Camp
Steamboat Nordic Camp organizers announced the annual cross country ski camp will be held Dec. 10 and 11. The camp is hosted by Lake Catamount Touring Center, Ski Haus and Steamboat Ski Touring Center.
In its 14th year of operation, the camp caters to cross country ski enthusiast of all levels, including new skiers learning technique to seasoned skiers looking to get a jump on training for the season.
The camp includes top-level coaches, excellent student-to-coach ratio, video analysis, new equipment available to demo, a wax clinic by SWIX and Toko, lunches, happy hour and prize drawings.
Visit thenordiclink.com for more information or to register.
Hayden Library to host Alzheimer’s presentation
Alzheimer’s Association Colorado Chapter is presenting “Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s: Early Detection Matters” from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19 at the Hayden Public Library.
Call 970-472-9798 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register.
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