Steamboat briefs: Skating class registration open now to adults, kids
Fall Learn to Skate registration is now open with hockey classes offered at 4 p.m. Mondays and basic skills classes at 4 p.m. Tuesdays. Classes, which begin this week, are open to anyone ages 2 to adult. To register or for more information, visit steamboatsprings.net/ice or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Steamboat
Bible study to kick off this week at Episcopal Church
Steamboat Springs Community Bible Study After-School Kids program will begin on Wednesday, Sept. 8 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 846 Oak St. Classes for kids in kindergarten to sixth grades will meet from 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays for 11 weeks of Bible study. The registration fee of $25 covers lessons and snacks, and first-time students will receive a Bible and backpack. All are welcome, and volunteers are needed. For registration forms and more information, contact Meg Tully at email@example.com or 970-736-1175.
Cribbage Club to meet today from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Cribbage Club will meet from 3:30 to 4:40 p.m. Tuesdays for third- to eighth-grade students. Participants will learn a classic game while enhancing their math skills, as well as learning about odds and probability, how to strategize and how to apply critical thinking. The class runs Sept. 8 to Oct. 22, and the cost is $80.
All classes will be held at Emerald Mountain School, 818 Oak St., and are open to Steamboat Springs community members. Registration forms are available online at emeraldmountainschool.org. Call 970-879-8081 for more information.
Register for Clases de Ingles by today; class at 6 p.m.
The last night to register at Colorado Mountain College for Clases de Inglés for all English language learners is 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8 in room 146 of Bristol Hall. Participants 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.
Bestselling author speaks Wednesday at library
Bud Werner Memorial Library presents an evening with New York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9. Johnson is the author of 13 Walt Longmire mystery novels, which are the basis for “Longmire,” the hit television drama that was one of the top 25 shows on both cable and network TV.
His new book in the Longmire series is “Dry Bones,” and he will be talking about this new story and the rest of his work, as well as answering questions from the audience, during his talk. Johnson lives in Ucross, Wyoming, population 25, and writes about a fictional town that often resembles this kind of Wild West. This Library Author Series event is free, and books will be available for sale and author signing after the talk. Visit steamboatlibrary.org/events for more information.
Guide provides resources for home seekers in state
The new Colorado Housing Financial Assistance Guide provides an array of resources to those across the state who face challenges staying in their home or finding a new place to live.
The comprehensive guide provides information about more than 100 organizations across Colorado that offer financial support for those in need of housing help. The guide is available in both English and Spanish at caahq.org under resident resources.
The resources are organized by region, covering the Denver metro area, Southeastern Colorado, Northern Colorado, Boulder and the Western Slope.
The guide is provided as a public service by the Colorado Apartment Association, along with additional support from the Colorado Association of Realtors, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, Colorado Housing Connects, and the Colorado Division of Housing.
“Fortunately, there are many organizations doing great work to provide housing assistance but tracking them all down may be hard,” said Nancy Burke, vice president of government and community affairs at the Colorado Apartment Association, in a news release. “This guide pulls all these resources into a single source, organized by geography, to help Coloradans access them quickly and conveniently to find the help they need.”
Two statewide helplines can provide a good place to start for those seeking help. They are the Colorado Housing Connects Hotline at 844-926-6632 and the Colorado Foreclosure Hotline 877-601-4673.
Community Ag Alliance accepts local food orders
Buy local food and products online at communityagalliance.org, then click on Shop the CAA Marketplace tab.
Locally grown fresh produce, meat, eggs, jelly, sauces, granola and more are available.
Order online from noon today through noon Thursday. Orders may be picked up Friday afternoons at CAA offices in downtown Steamboat Springs.
For more information, call 970-879-4370.
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