It’s Matchstick movie time!
It’s time to get your ski on. Hometown biz Matchstick Productions is premiering its latest film Return to Sender with two shows this Saturday at the Crested Butte Center for the Arts. It will sell out so get your tickets early and enjoy a “Home Town Throw Down” with prizes, raffles and more. The first show is at 7 and the late show is at 9:30.
It’s burlesque time!
Come out to Snacks for a Snack, a milk and cookies birthday celebration for Crested Butte Mountain Theatre’s own Malia Jones on Saturday, September 14 from 10 p.m to 2 a.m. at the Mallardi Theatre. Dress to impress! It is only $10 at door to support Crested Butte Burlesque.
It’s Cottonwood Pass time!
Cottonwood Pass is now open, paved and striped. The county announced this week that trailer, towed vehicles and vehicle length and width restrictions are now lifted. Some construction operations are still going on and short delays might occur. The Summit Parking Lot will be closed September 18 and 19 and any parked vehicles will be towed so be aware.
CBMR construction time
On-mountain trail access in the Crested Butte Mountain Bike Park is closed until the end of the week as construction occurs around the mountain. All Bike Park trails and the Peak Trail are closed until Friday, Sept. 13 when the resort reopens for fall operations. Select Bike Park trails including Avery, Psycho Rocks and Boulder Mason will remain closed until further notice as construction continues. Up to date terrain status can be found at: www.skicb.com/lifts.
Beaded jewelry sale at UCC benefiting Casa Milagro
The Union Congregational Church will have beautiful handmade beaded jewelry for sale at the UCC this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. All proceeds benefit Casa Milagro, an outreach partner of UCC in Guatemala serving women and children.
It’s a week to let your creativity shine at the Center with two multi-day workshops sure to set you on fire! Get to Know Yupo (Mondays, September 16, 23 & 30) works with a unique watercolor paper that lends itself to vibrancy, abstraction and intuitive painting. Get comfortable with your own creative potential in an exploratory workshop Dancing with Your Muse (Tuesday, September 17 & Wednesday, September 18) using wet and dry drawing media. Drop into the Public House and bring your writing of any genre to a fun and inviting Open Mic Reading (Monday, September 16 from 6 – 7 p.m.). There’s only three more sessions of Wheel Throwing Workshops (Fridays through September 27) so if you’ve been eyeballing this one – now’s your chance!
Colorado State Sister City Conference coming to Western
The Colorado State Sister City Conference will be held Friday, September 20 in Western’s University Center Ballroom, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., doors open at 8:30 am. Get together with leaders from Colorado to learn and network! It is open to anyone interested. Contact Jim Gelwicks at firstname.lastname@example.org for info and questions.
September 12- Norm Dumas, Josie Byron, Taylor Davis, Marilyn Phillips, David Hunt, Jeff Bivens, Annie Parr
September 13- Bruce Winchenbach, Jamie Watt, John Holder, Kirsten Atkins, Cresson Van Winkle, Katie Lyons, Ben and Blake Babbitt, Bruce Winchenbach
September 14- Jamie Starr, Lisa Councilman, Judy Jones, Ashlee Riemer, Erik Berglund, Bill Ewert, Allyson Taliaferro, Scott Crawford
September 15- Meagan Baim, Ryan Boulding, Heidi Montag, Randy Helm, Lizzy Bernholtz, Steve Patrick, Brett Cram, Henrik Hudson, Anne Moore
September 16- Keith Frates, Martin Catmur, Scott Pfister, Kaitlin Councilman, Marilyn Mears, Ryan Oros, Don Smith, Michelle Cowell
September 17- John Featherman, Aidan Poswalk, Todd Barnes
September 18- Colleen Hannon, Tim Clark, Chris Gelroth, Phyllis Cowell, Greg Hunt