Steamboat briefs: Inspiration classes open for registration at Emerald
Emerald Mountain School is offering three inspiration classes this fall for second- to eighth-grade students.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu helps students build confidence, discipline, strength and agility. Instructor Dave Marrs is offering sessions from 4 to 5 p.m. Mondays for second- to fourth-grade students and from 5 to 6 p.m. for fifth- through eighth-grade students. The class will run Monday through Oct. 26, and the cost is $160.
Knots and beads class meets Fridays through Oct. 2
Knots and Beads will meet from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Fridays for third- to eighth-grade students. They will learn how to use different kinds of string, knots and beads to make unique necklaces and bracelets. This class runs through Oct. 2, and the cost is $80.
Girl Scouts in Steamboat looking for volunteers
The Steamboat Springs Girl Scouts are looking for volunteers. For more information, contact Nancy Mucklow at 970-846-2630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SSHS Class of 1970 plans reunion for end of month
The Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1970 will hold its next reunion on the weekend of Sept. 25 to 27. The class is currently trying to collect information about class members. Members of the class are encouraged to call Cheri Daschle at 970-736-2602 to update their information.
Supplies available to local art educators at Depot
Local art educators now have access to recycled or donated art supplies through the new Create Space program at the Steamboat Springs Arts Council at The Art Depot. For more information, email email@example.com, call 970-879-9008 or visit steamboatarts.org.
Food bank in Hayden will distribute food as needed
The Hayden Community Food Bank and outreach ministry of Hayden Congregational Church will distribute food on an as-needed basis. Call Theresa Stivers at 970-276-2507.
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