Steamboat briefs: Ski and Resort Corp. to host summer job fair in March
Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. will host a summer job fair from 2 to 6 p.m. March 3 in The Steamboat Grand’s Burgess Creek Room.
For most employment positions, perks include a free summer bike pass, food and beverage discounts, retail discounts and more. Ski Corp. is an equal opportunity employer.
For more information, call 970-871-5132.
Emerald Mountain School announces class sessions
Emerald Mountain School has announced the next session of Inspiration Program classes, which are open to all students in the Steamboat Springs community. Classes include:
■ Book Trails, taught by Emily Krall, will run on six consecutive Thursdays, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. March 6 to April 10. This class is for students in first through fifth grades who want to enrich and improve their reading and writing skills. The cost is $25 per class.
■ Jiu Jitsu, taught by Dave Marrs, will be Mondays from March 3 to 31. Instruction helps students build confidence, discipline, strength and agility. The class is held from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. for students in second through fourth grades. For students in fifth through eighth grades, class is from 4:50 to 5:50 p.m. The cost is $100.
■ Pop!, taught by mixed media artist Keri Searls, will be offered Tuesdays from March 4 to 25. Each week, students will make a different art project involving the word Pop! Colors that pop, the Pop Art Movement, pop-up books and whatever pops into our heads. All grades are welcome, and the cost is $100.
For more information and to sign up, call the school at 970-879-8081, or visit http://www.emeraldmountainschool.org.
Yoga and writing weekend retreat at Depot Art Center
A Yoga and Writing Retreat will be held from April 4 to 6 at the Depot Art Center in downtown Steamboat Springs.
Kelly Larson, a yoga teacher from Denver, and Brendan Leonard, a self-published author, will lead the weekend, which will be filled with yoga and writing workshops.
The schedule includes Power Yin yoga, body-based meditation, restorative yoga and intensive interactive writing workshops.
Make a difference in the community with Lions Club
The Steamboat Ski Town Lions Club is seeking new members who want to help make a difference in the community.
Each year, the local branch of the Lions Club plans or participates in numerous events and programs that serve community members, including the United Way Day of Caring, Relay For Life, the Thanksgiving turkey drive, highway cleanup days, Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup, Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast, the Hot Air Balloon Rodeo and the Christmas tree sale. The group also collects eyeglasses for those in need and provides free vision screenings for youths in Routt County, scholarships for high school seniors and funding for local youth groups such as Rocky Mountain Youth Corps.
“The Lions’ motto is ‘we serve,’ and the Steamboat Ski Town Lions Club has lived up to it,” club President Bill Crosby said. “Since 1922, the club has enjoyed serving our community in a variety of ways, and we’re always eager to welcome new members — with new ideas — into our organization.”
For more information about joining, email email@example.com or call 970-846-2484.
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