Community Calendar Thursday, June 29–Wednesday, July 5

Center for the Arts presents Vibrancies, July 1-August 4: The Kinder Padon Gallery displays the work of sculptor Chuck Brenton and painter Frank Gonzales made specifically for the Center.

THURSDAY 29

•7:30 a.m. Open AA meeting: Crack of Dawn Group topic discussion at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

noon-1 p.m. Cultivating Hope Cancer Support Group, livingjourneys.org/calendar, free. (every 1st Thursday)

•4-5:30 p.m. St Mary’s Garage is open for shopping and donations. 300 Belleview
Avenue #2, stmarysgaragecb.org.

•5-6 p.m. Oh Be Joyful/Gunnison Food Pantry Food Bank at 625 Maroon Avenue,
970-349-6237. (1st and 3rd Thursdays)

•6 p.m. Gunnison Library hosts author and local, Shelley Read to discuss her book Go as a River

•6:30 p.m. Open AA meeting: 11 Step Meditation at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

•7 p.m. Crested Butte Museum hosts a short discussion and slideshow on the history of ranching in the Gunnison Country by the curator Ashley O’Hara and Dr. Duane Vandenbusche. Free presentation.


8 p.m
. Adult soccer in the CBCS high school gym, everyone welcome.

FRIDAY 30

•10 a.m. Storytime at the Crested Butte Library, 970-349-6535.

•11 a.m.-2p.m. Six Points hosts its community picnic. Everyone welcome for food, drinks, and special activities. Free event.

•noon Open AA meeting: Readings from Living Sober at Union Congregational Church, 349-5711.

•5:30 p.m. Music by Rachel Vanslyke at Garlic Mikes

•7 p.m. Live Theatre: Misery at the Center for the Arts.

•7 p.m. Tincup Whiskey Concert Series Presents, Two Nights with Spafford at the I Bar Ranch

•7-8:15 p.m. Open AA Speaker Meeting in the rectory at Queen of all Saints, 970-349-5711.

• 9 p.m. The Arcadian Wild plays at the Public House.

SATURDAY 1

•7:30 a.m. Open AA meeting: Big Book Study at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

•10:30 a.m.-noon St Mary’s Garage is open for shopping and donations. 300 Belleview  Avenue #2, stmarysgaragecb.org.

•5-7 p.m. Opening reception for the Center of the Arts new gallery, Vibrancies

•6:30 p.m. Open AA meeting: Literature at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

•7 p.m. Tincup Whiskey Concert Series Presents, Two Nights with Spafford at the I Bar Ranch

SUNDAY 2

•9 a.m.-2 p.m. CB Farmers Market at the top of Elk Avenue. (Sundays thru October 8)

•3 p.m. Music by Rachel Vanslyke at the Eldo

•6 p.m. Open AA meeting: Topic Discussion at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

MONDAY 3

Noon-4 p.m. The Taylor Canyon fire station hosts its annual fundraiser 6201 County Rd. 742. Tayorcanyonfirestation.org for more info.

•5-7 p.m. Three Rivers Resort hosts a pot-luck celebration honoring the 100-year anniversary of the Almont Pavilion (aka Dance Hall). Meat will be provided by Three Rivers Resort and participants bring a dish to share and their own beverages. 

•5:30-7:30 p.m. Alpenglow featuring Rapidgrass at the Center for the Arts.

•6 p.m. Navigating Grief & Loss Bereavement Support Group, www.livingjourneys.org/calendar, free. (every 2nd Monday)  

•6-7 p.m. Conscious Caregivers Cancer Support Group, livingjourneys.org/calendar, free. (every 1st Monday)

•6 p.m. Cultivating Hope Cancer Support Group, livingjourneys.org/calendar, free. (Every 3rd Monday)

•6:30-8:30 p.m. Open table tennis at Jerry’s Gym, Crested Butte Town Hall.

•7 p.m. Conscious Caregivers Support Group. Free; every 1st Monday. Learn more at livingjourneys.org/calendar.

•7-10 p.m. Dance to the tunes of Pete Dunda’s polka band at the Almond Pavilion

•7:30 p.m. Open AA meeting: Favorite Big Book Reading at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

TUESDAY 4

•7-11 a.m. Join the CBFPD 49th Annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser at Station 1, 306 3rd Street

•7:30 a.m. Open AA meeting: Mediation AA & Al-Anon at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

•9 a.m. Socrates Café, a philosophical discussion group, at the Crested Butte Library, gunnisoncountylibraries.org. (1st and 3rd Tuesdays)

•11 a.m. Fourth of July Parade on Elk Avenue

•noon Closed AA meeting: Readings from Came to Believe at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

•12:15 p.m. Water fight at First and Beckwith

• 2-5 p.m. Pete Dunda plays the polka tunes at the Almont Pavilion dance hall.

•3:30-11:-00 p.m. Pinkapalooza at the I Bar Ranch presents – Chancey Williams & The Younger Brothers Band – Headliner Ward Davis & Band – Opener

•4 p.m. July 4th concert at Red Lady Stage features Floyd Bauler, A.J. Fullerton, and the Powell Brothers. Free community event with live music, food, fireworks, and lasers.

• 4 p.m. Music by Rachel Vanslyke at Izakaya 

•4-5:30 p.m. St Mary’s Garage is open for shopping and donations. 300 Belleview
Avenue #2, stmarysgaragecb.org.

•5-7 p.m. Free Courtyard Music Series in the Feldberg East Courtyard Lounge at the Center for the Arts. (every other Tuesday)

•6 p.m. Free yoga at the Crested Butte Library, 970-349-6535. (every 3rd Tuesday)

•9 p.m. Fireworks and laser show at Mt. CB Base area

WEDNESDAY 5

•7:30 a.m. Crested Butte Rotary’s weekly speaker series in the Matchstick Lounge at the Elevation Hotel, Mt. Crested Butte. (2nd and 4th Wednesdays)

•11-11:30 a.m. Storytime at CB South Red Mountain Park.

•noon Closed AA meeting: 12 Step & 12 Tradition Study at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-5711.

•3:30-7:30 p.m. Gunnison Food Pantry hosts a “Pop up Pantry” at the Mt. Crested Butte Transit Center.

•4 p.m. Parkinson’s Association of the Rockies, a support group, meets at the Adaptive Sports Center in the Mt. Crested Butte base area. (every 3rd Wednesday)

5 p.m. Free tours of Crested Butte’s Wheels of Intention at the Crested Butte Visitor’s Center. (Wednesdays thru August 9)

•5:30-8 p.m. Music on the Mountain Concert Series presents North Mississippi Allstars with opener Rachel Vanslyke

•6:30-7:30 p.m. Al-Anon Meeting for families and friends of Alcoholics in the back room at Union Congregational Church, 970-349-6482.

•7:45-9 p.m. Live music at José featuring Strand Hill

•7 p.m. Crested Butte Public Policy Forum free speaker series presents Naomi Oreskes “the Big Myth: How American Business Taught us to Loathe Government and Love  the Free Market” at the Center for the Arts, crestedbutteforum.org.

•8 p.m. Adult pickup basketball in the CBCS high school gym, enter through the doors by Tommy V Field.

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