Steamboat Briefs: Volunteer reserves offer free emergency training
Northwest Colorado Volunteer Reserves Medical Reserve Corps will host a free training and presentation from 5:30 to 7 p.m. March 24 at Library Hall in Bud Werner Memorial Library. Join them to hear stories about responding to real emergencies including wildfires, be trained to respond to emergencies and learn more about volunteering. RSVP by March 17 to Atusa Baghery at the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association by calling 970-871-7648 or emailing email@example.com.
Cabaret auditions at Depot Art Center on March 19, 20
Community members interested in performing in the Arts Council’s annual Cabaret, “Short and Sweet,” are invited to audition from 1 to 4 p.m. March 19 or from 3 to 6 p.m. March 20 at the Depot Art Center. Previous theater experience is not necessary. The performances will be May 12, 13 and 14 at the Strings Music Pavilion. Call the Steamboat Springs Arts Council at 970-879-9008 for details.
New Spanish story-time begins Monday at library
Bud Werner Memorial Library invites children ages 3 to 5 years old, with a parent or caregiver, to the new Spanish story-time program from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Mondays in the story-time room. “Cuentos y Canciones” (Stories and Songs) will be led by Spanish-speaking volunteers in the community and will benefit native Spanish and native English-speaking children. The free program starts Monday, March 14 and no sign-up is necessary. For more information or to volunteer, call Youth Services Librarian Sarah Kostin at 970-879-0240, ext. 314, or Comunidad Integrada Executive Director Tatiana Achcar at 970-871-4599.
La Biblioteca Bud Werner se invita a los niños de 3-5 años, con un padre o tutor, al nuevo programa de cuentos en español en la sala de cuentos en la biblioteca todo Lunes, 10:30 to 11 am. “Cuentos y Canciones” será dirigido por voluntarios de la comunidad que hablan español. Sera de beneficio para los niños que hablan Espanol y Ingles. La programa gratis empaza a 14 de marzo. Para más información, contacte a la Bibliotecaria de Servicios Juveniles Sarah Kostin al 970-879-0240, extensión 314, o a la Directora Ejecutiva de Comunidad Integrada, Tatiana Achcar al 970-871-4599.
Daffodil proceeds will go to help terminally ill patients
Daffodils will be on sale for $5 a bunch Tuesday, March 15 at City Market, Safeway and the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association offices in Steamboat and Craig. They will also be available at Ace at the Curve, Alpine Floral, the Clark Store and the Hayden Mercantile. Proceeds go to help provide hospice care for terminally ill patients in the Yampa Valley. For more information call Marti at the VNA at 970-871-7617.
Golf classic to benefit Holy Name church expansion
The Cabin Fever Golf Classic benefiting the Holy Name Catholic Church expansion fund is March 19 at Haymaker Golf Course. Registration, lunch and activities start at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start at noon. Cost is $40 for individuals and includes green fees, lunch and a T-shirt. Teams of two are $70. Sign up at http://www.cabinfevergolf.com. Call Mary Effinger at 970-879-3378 for sponsorship information.
Outpatient lactation clinic to be held on Wednesdays
Yampa Valley Medical Center’s Family Birth Place staff will offer a new outpatient lactation clinic from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesdays. Lactation visits are free by appointment in the Integrated Health clinic on YVMC’s campus.
The Outpatient Lactation Clinic offers support and education for women to achieve their breast-feeding goals, regardless of where they delivered their babies. Each visit will include weighing the baby, observation and evaluation of a feeding, assessment of maternal and infant anatomy, and suggestions for enhancement. An average consultation lasts about one hour. Call 970-875-2662 to schedule a consultation.
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