Steamboat briefs: Store hosts live printing to benefit area soccer club
As part of the store’s monthly nonprofit partner program, Ohana will host a live screen printing event honoring the Steamboat Soccer Club from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Get an original “Dreamboat” or “Steamboat Soccer” custom designed T-shirt, and Ohana will donate $10 from every print sold to the Steamboat Soccer Club.
Ask a Lawyer clinic slated for Wednesday across area
The 14th Judicial District is hosting a series of free Ask a Lawyer legal clinics for residents of Routt, Moffat and Grand counties to be held from 3 to 5 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month through Dec. 14.
The next clinic is set for Wednesday, Aug. 10.
Locations and phone numbers follow.
■ Routt County: 1955 Shield Drive, Steamboat Springs, 970-879-5020.
■ Moffat County: 221 W. Victory Way, Craig, 970-824-8254.
■ Grand County: 307 Moffat Ave., Hot Sulphur Springs, 970-725-3357.
Appointments can be made by contacting the nearest location, either by telephone or in person. Walk-ins will be assisted if time allows.
Free legal assistance is available at the clinics in the following areas: divorce and custody cases, protection orders, landlord/tenant problems, foreclosures, bankruptcy and debt problems and court lawsuits.
Professional interpreters will also be available.
For more information or to make an appointment, call the court clerks’ offices.
Natural Grocers celebrates 61st anniversary with social
Natural Grocers will celebrate its 61st anniversary with an ice cream social, set for 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11 at the store, 335 Lincoln Ave.
The event will include free ice cream, prizes, sales and an attempt to set the world record for the most people hula-hooping a the same time.
‘Two Friends Meet’ reception for exhibit 5 p.m. Friday
The public is invited to the “Two Friends Meet” exhibit reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Tread of Pioneers Museum.
The free event is part of the First Friday Art Walk downtown, and the exhibit features fine art prints depicting local rancher Vernon Summer by watercolor artist Gary Hawk.
These limited-edition, fine-art prints created by Hawk, a renowned Western and wildlife watercolor artist, capture the mood, quality and simplistic lifestyle unique to local heritage. The prints were bequeathed to the Tread of Pioneers Museum by the Vernon Summer estate and feature Summer, the quintessential cowboy, working on his ranch in Sidney, south of Steamboat Springs.
The fine art prints in this exhibit were given to Summer by Hawk. Following Summer’s death in 2012, the Tread of Pioneers Museum received the collection, along with other items of historical significance from four generations of Summer heirlooms.
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