Thursday’s a busy evening…so multi-task with help from KBUT
There is no shortage of things happening on Thursday, October 5. There is Celebrate the Beat dance performance at the community school. There’s an Iron Pour at the top of Elk Ave. And of course there’s a public meeting on the Brush Creek housing proposal. KBUT will air the Brush Creek Parcel meeting live on Thursday, October 5th, starting at 6 p.m. Tune in to KBUT for this important meeting if you can’t make it in person to the event at the Center for the Arts.
Pour some Iron on Thursday
The iron pour activity begins at 4:30 when the fires are started. The iron pour performance is scheduled for 7:30. That’s when the molten iron dances in the dark. It takes place at the west end of town on Old Kebler Pass Road. Dress warm and follow the signs.
Watch some Matchstick skiing on Saturday
It is ski movie season and local production company Matchstick Productions will be showing what they say is the funniest, most action-packed ski movie of 2017: DROP EVERYTHING, presented by Under Armour. The shows at the CB Center for the Arts take place Saturday at 7 and 9 p.m. and feature local skier Aaron Blunck among others. Tickets are available at the Brick Oven and Soma.
Family Film at the Library on Friday
Join other film-goers Friday, October 6 at 7 p.m. when the Crested Butte Library will show Harriet the Spy (PG, 1 hr., 40 min.) as part of our First Friday Family Film series. Feel free to bring pillows, blankets, sleeping bags, or whatever you need to make yourselves comfortable, to watch Harriet as she gets into all kinds of conflicts with her friends, while running a spy business. For more information contact the Crested Butte Library at (970) 349-6535 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CBCS Fall Break Community Workshops
Are you looking for something fun for your children to do during the fall school break? We hope you will join us at the Crested Butte Community School October 10-13 (Tuesday – Friday) from 8:30 – 3:30 for fun art, science, games, Legos and other activities for K-6 students. Sign up for as many days as you’d like. $35/day; scholarships available. For more information, contact Jill at email@example.com
Public Health annual flu clinic
It’s that time a year again: the flu season is here. The flu clinic will be held on Wednesday, October 18 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Family Services Building, 225 N. Pine St. in Gunnison or on Thursday, October 19 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Crested Butte Town Hall, 507 Maroon Ave. Medicaid, Medicare, uninsured, and private insurance are accepted or pay $25 for the flu shot. The shot is for ages six months and up. This helps Public Health practice for public health emergencies, so bring the whole family—kids, too. Call Public Health with questions at (970) 641-0209.
October 5- Tyler Hansen, Maria Poor, Pepi Valian, Alex Church, John Cullinan
October 6- Kristy Acuff, Lindi Beekman, Brenda Alagna
October 7- Jennifer Glick, O’Hare Mullady
October 8- Barb Burrowes, Ann Socha, Brent Robinson, Bill Babbitt, Adam ‘Is Stoked’ Broderick, Andi Burnite, Erin Fabbre
October 9- Dylan Smith, Greg Payne, Jesse Helland, Ariana Woods, Amanda Smith, Matthew Cody Alagna
October 10- Melissa Rose, Julia Brazell, Zach Vosburg, Michael Villanueva, Ariel Lypps, Bob Vandervoort, Isaac Evans
October 11- Joyce Lamb, Jed Frame, Sandy Read, Samuel Stepanek, Chelsea Paulino
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