Friday Community Calendar

Apr 21, 2017


Here’s your community calendar for Friday, April 21st, underwritten by the Mount Sopris Rotary Club, meeting every Thursday at noon at Mi Casita in Carbondale. Rotary: Service above self. I’m Steve Cole. Click the headline for weekend listings like the Mountains Are Calling art exhibition.

  • Backbone Media and the 5Point Film Festival host Point of View, a discussion with adventure film industry experts at Backbone Media in Carbondale at 2:00.

  • The opening reception for The Mountains Are Calling, an exhibition with the 5point Film Festival, begins at the Launchpad at 4:30.

  • A rally gathers in front of the Hotel Colorado in Glenwood from 5 to 7 to demand that Senator Gardner host a public Town Hall.

  • Akron, presented by Aspen Film and AspenOUT, screens at the Crystal at 5:15.

  • CMC’s 50th Anniversary holds an opening art reception at the Rifle Campus at 6:30.

  • Robert Karp and Lloyd Nelson lecture on Biodynamic Agriculture at the Waldorf School at 6:30.

  • The Sopris Theatre Company presents One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest at CMC’s Spring Valley Campus at 7.

  • The Zookeeper’s Wife opens at the Crystal at 7:30.

  • Tom Ressel plays at the Marble Distillery at 8.

  • Zepperella, an all-female Led Zepplin Tribute Band, plays the Belly Up at 9.

  • And the Davenports perform at the Black Nugget at 9:30.

Looking ahead…

  • Saturday is Earth Day! Activities include: the annual Fryingpan River Cleanup, meeting at 8:30 AM at Lions Park in Basalt and a household hazardous waste drop off event sponsored by the City of Glenwood Springs from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m at the Glenwood Community Center. All drop-offs are accepted by appointment only. Call 945 5375 or visit the city’s website for more information.  

  • The Alice March for Science meets at 10 AM in the parking-lot of the Goat Restaurant in Carbondale on Saturday.

  • State Representatives Millie Hamner and Diane Mitsch Bush along with Senator Kerry Donovan hold a joint town hall meeting at the Basalt Library from 11am to noon.

  • Protect Our Winters meets at noon at Paepcke Park in Aspen followed by a March for Science at Paepcke Park at 1.

  • The City of Glenwood Springs hosts an Earth Day celebration in Centennial Park from noon to 5 and CMC Leadville offers activities from 1 to 4.

  • C.A.R.E hosts Yoga with Cats Saturday at 2:15 and 3:30. Space is limited, reserve a spot by calling C.A.R.E at 947 9173.

  • On Monday, the City of Glenwood Springs holds a public meeting on downtown paid parking at Town Hall from 6 to 8PM.

You can submit your calendar items on our website or by emailing Get out there and have some fun!



Credit Carbondale Arts