Steamboat briefs: Newspaper hosts next local issues meeting Wednesday
Steamboat Today’s next Coffee and a Newspaper will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, at the newspaper office, 1901 Curve Plaza. The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club will be the topic of discussion, and SSWSC Executive Director Jim Boyne will be presenting information about the club, including an update on its new Alpine ski racing venue on Mount Werner.
Members of the newspaper staff — including Editor Lisa Schlichtman, Assistant Editor Jim Patterson and Sports Editor Joel Reichenberger — will also be in attendance.
Those planning to attend can bring their own lunch. Drinks, chips and cookies will be provided. The newspaper will also be providing a limited number of sandwiches for those who aren’t able to bring their own lunch.
Hunter education classes offered at various locations
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering two local Hunter Education classes. One class will be held in Hayden from Monday, Aug. 31, to Saturday, Sept. 5, and the other class will be held in Yampa from Monday, Aug. 31, to Friday, Sept. 4., For specific course information, including times and class locations, or to register for either class, visit register-ed.com/programs/colorado/98-colorado-hunter-education-course.
Participate in The Longevity Project
The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.
English classes begin at Colorado Mountain College
Registration for Colorado Mountain College’s Clases de Inglés for all English language learners will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, in room 146 of Bristol Hall. Parents are encouraged to bring their school-aged children for School Readiness with Comunidad Integrada. The cost is $40 plus a $10 book fee. Call Jen at 970-846 2076 or Justin at 970-846-1255 for more information.
Area museum displays Rod Hanna’s photo retrospective
The Museum of Northwest Colorado is now exhibiting a 50-plus year photography retrospective by longtime regional photographer Rod Hanna. The exhibit will be open through Nov. 9.
Hanna moved to Steamboat Springs from Kansas City in 1975 after 13 years as an award-winning photojournalist and sports photography specialist. He then began a 25-year career marketing Steamboat Ski Area. During that time, he also served 10 years as official photographer for the Denver Broncos.
His interest turned to nature landscape and fine art photography. His photographs have appeared in a number of books by the National Football League and in a variety of national publications, including People, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek and Travel & Leisure.
Hanna is currently represented by Wild Horse Gallery in Steamboat Springs for his landscape photography and USA Today Sports Images for his legacy NFL photographs. In November 2007, he published his first book of his landscape photographs, “Seasons of Light, Impressions of Steamboat Springs and the Yampa Valley,” and in 2010, his second book, “Seasons of Gold,” portraying autumn on Colorado’s Western Slope.
In 1984, he started and directed a workshop in Steamboat Springs called “Photography at the Summit” that ran for eight years and now is located in Jackson Hole, Wyo. His work can also be seen at rodhanna.com.
Bank holds school supply drive for school district
The Bank of San Juans in Oak Creek will be holding a school supply drive for South Routt School District from Aug. 3, through Sept. 15. Community members are invited to drop off school supplies for elementary, middle and high school students from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at the bank, 319 E. Main St.
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The Longevity Project event, sponsored by Steamboat Pilot & Today, has shifted from in-person to virtual. The keynote speaker Kevin Hines contracted COVID-19, and he will now be presenting his talk remotely.