Steamboat briefs: Yoga Center temporarily relocating starting Sunday
Beginning today, the Yoga Center of Steamboat will relocate for six to eight weeks to the Steinberg Pavilion at Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp during construction at its current location. During the construction, class fees have been reduced to $10 per class. Find a class schedule at http://www.soulsparkjourneys.com.
Yampa Basin Water Forum is Monday at the library
The Community Alliance of the Yampa Valley will hold its 2013 Yampa Basin Water Forum at 7 p.m. Monday at Bud Werner Memorial Library.
The forum includes a panel of local water experts — including Mount Werner Water and Sanitation District General Manager Jay Gallagher, Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District General Manager Kevin McBride and Yampa/White Basin Roundtable regional representative Kent Vertrees — who will address local and regional water issues related to the Yampa River.
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Former Steamboat Springs detective receives award
Detective Brannon Winn, a former Steamboat Springs resident, received the Beth Haynes Award on Oct. 24 from Boulder County, according to a news realease. The award honors a police officer who has shown expertise, skill, compassion and “stepping beyond the line of duty” for domestic violence victims and initiatives. It was established in 1994 after Detective Haynes was killed while investigating a domestic violence call in Boulder, according to the release. Each year, a police officer is nominated for the award by all law enforcement officers and victim advocates in the county.
Fall Fare fundraiser for church is Friday morning
The United Methodist Church of Steamboat Springs, 736 Oak St., hosts its annual Fall Fare fundraiser from 10 a.m. to noon Friday. Annual luncheon includes soup, bread, pie and beverage for $7 or the meal and $15 to spend at the bake and craft sales for $20. Proceeds benefit missions. For more information, call Nancy at 970-846-2630.
‘A Grand Night for Singing’ is on Friday and Saturday
“A Grand Night for Singing” will be performed by the Yampa Valley Choral Society — including the Yampa Valley Singers, Steamboat Chamber Singers, Steamboat Youth Chorus, Lincoln Avenue and Bella Voce — at 7 p.m. Friday and 4 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 846 Oak St. The performance will include contemporary and traditional music. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased from all singers and at All That Jazz. Call Ruth at 970-879-2641 for more information.
Fiber artists sought for new art gallery Stitched
The owners of Sew Steamboat are starting a new fiber arts gallery called Stitched and are seeking fiber artists here in the Yampa Valley. Those who are interested are asked to call 970-879-3222 or stop by the shop at 929 Lincoln Ave.
Financial planning meeting for women is on Nov. 20
Mortgage broker Kathryn Pedersen and attorney Anne Zoltani will talk about the importance of wills, credit, savings and estate planning at an event titled Why Wise Women Sleep at Night from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at Steamboat Lawyers Group, 635 Yampa St. Registration is required for the free event by calling 970-879-7611.
Free entrepreneurial class to be held on Wednesday
Chad James, a Steamboat Springs business consultant, is leading an entrepreneurial workshop at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday at Sundance Health Zone, 425 Anglers Drive, Suite E. The free class will focus on helping start-up entrepreneurs and small-business owners create prosperous companies. Registration is required by calling 970-871-9663.
Tyler Fosdick earns doctorate degree in physical therapy
Tyler Fosdick, a 2005 Steamboat Springs High School and 2009 Colorado State University graduate with a degree in health and exercise science, received his doctorate in physical therapy in June 2013 from the University of Washington in Seattle.
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