Saturday Community Calendar

Apr 1, 2017


Here’s your community calendar for Saturday April 1st, underwritten by the Mount Sopris Rotary Club, meeting every Thursday at noon at Mi Casita in Carbondale. Rotary: Service above self. Click the headline to view listings like A Year With Frog and Toad at Wheeler Opera House.

  • Today is the deadline to apply as a food vendor for Mountain Fair. Applications are available at carbondalearts.com or at the Launchpad.

  • Carbondale Homeless Assistance presents a free community lunch at Faith Lutheran Church today from 11:30 to 1 for anyone in need of a hot meal.

  • The Glenwood Valley Athletics All Star Cheer showcase jump kicks into Glenwood High School’s Jeannie Miller Theater at 4.

  • Dennis Jung and Damian Smith play the Red Onion in Aspen at 4.

  • The Wheeler Opera House presents Casa Manana’s national touring production of A Year With Frog and Toad for children and adults at 5.

  • Cory Henry Revival perform at The Little Nell, with doors opening at 6.

  • Glenwood Vaudeville Revue hosts dinner theatre at 6.

  • Tonight at 7, Glenwood Springs Contra Dance is back at the Glenwood Masonic Lodge from 7 to 10 for an all ages community dance with live old time music and a caller teaching and calling the dances.

  • Roberta Lewis and Steve Cole play Heathers in Basalt at 7.

  • And Berkel Beats is at Belly Up Aspen at 9:30.

Looking ahead…

  • From now through April 22nd, the New Castle and Parachute Branch Libraries will collect new and gently-used stuffed animals to go to Stuffed Animals for Emergencies. SAFE gives them to police, fire & rescue, hospitals, and other organizations who hand them out to kids to help reduce stress. The New Castle Library has more information at 984-2346.

  • On Sunday, Paonia-based folk musician Ellen Stapenhorst performs at Aspen Chapel at 7.

  • Don’t miss the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program’s fundraiser, the Let it Be Spelling Bee, coming up at the Roaring Fork Beer Company, Wednesday April 5th.

  • And ACLU Colorado executive director Nathan Woodliff-Stanley will speak at Carbondale Public Library next Saturday April 8th. KDNK will interview him this coming week so stay tuned.

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

Credit A Year With Frog and Toad