Wednesday Community Calendar

Jan 17, 2018

Here’s your community calendar for Wednesday, January 17th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, at the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale. Sopris Liquor and Wine carries local and imported spirits, beer, and wine. For a list of today's events like Naturalist Nights at Third Street Center follow the headline...

  • Carbondale Board of Trustees and Carbondale Mayor petitions are available at Carbondale Town Hall Monday through Friday from 8:00 - 5:00.  Deadline to submit petitions is January 22nd at 5:00 pm.

  • Town of Basalt candidate petitions are available and must be turned in by January 22nd.

  • The R2 Gallery at the Launchpad is open from 10 to 6 showing the 38th annual Valley Visual Art Show.

  • Carbondale Library offers Maker Space and Lunch at 2.

  • Basalt Library hosts Kid Creators at 3, and shows Idiocracy at 5.

  • The Wheeler presents Physics Cafe at 4:30 followed by The Dark Energy of Quantum Materials lecture at 5:30.

  • Wilderness Workshop hosts Naturalist Nights with Melanie Armstrong presenting Nature Should be Free--Public Claims to Public Lands in the 21st Century at 5:30 in the Calaway Room Third Street Center.

  • New Castle Library hosts Conservation Conversations presenting Know Before You Grow a hemp conversation at 6.

  • Coredination teaches Flashmob Dance Class at 6.

  • CMC offers a Vegan Cooking Workshop at the Glenwood Center at 6:30.

  • Marble Distillery Carbondale offers Vodka and Van Gogh at 6:30.

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    Carbondale Middle School hosts its Winter Band Concert at 7.

  • Rifle City Council meets at City Hall at 7.

  • ACES Hallam Lake hosts Potbelly Perspectives Exploring the Escalante River by Paddleboard at  7.

  • Darkest Hour shows at the Crystal at 7:30.

  • And Michael Jackson Tribute Band, Who’s Bad play the Belly Up at 9:30.

Looking ahead...

 

  • Carbondale Middle School performs its Winter Concert at 10:30am tomorrow.

  • And Glenwood Springs City Council meets tomorrow at 6.

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

 

Credit Wilderness Workshop Nature Should Be Free