BEATLES TRIBUTE BAND DOCTOR ROBERT! Sun., June 2. Legion Park, Gunnison. Free Live Music From 6-8pm, kicking off the 2013 "Sunday's @ 6" live music series by the GAC |
FREE NOTICES/PSA: please try to limit notices and public service announcements to 60 words. All ads are subject to editing for length and content. Thank you. The Gunnison Country Shopper 641-3148, firstname.lastname@example.org om, www.gunnisonshopper.com..
THERE IS LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL: Welcome to a new way of life. Many have found hope and peace of mind when life's stresses were overwhelming and difficult to cope with. Emotions Anonymous is a warm and friendly atmosphere where we learn to be happy in spite of the adversities we face. Every Friday 3-4:30pm, at The Center for Mental Health, 710 N. Taylor, Gunnison. For more information contact 641-0229.
SUMMER ARTS CLASSES AT THE GUNNISON ARTS CENTER: Registration is now open for summer art classes at the Gunnison Arts Center. This summer is going to be better than ever! We are offering classes in the clay studio, the theater and the newly updated art studio! Classes for kids and adults of all levels and interests. Visit www.gunnisonartscenter.or g for a full list of summer classes and registrations. While you're there check out our other upcoming events.
LA OFICINA MULTICULTURAL está abierta al público Lunes a jueves: 10-12 y de 1-4:30. En otras horas solamente se atenderá con cita, especialmente si tiene una preguntas sobre su salud- Si no estamos en nuestra oficina es porque muchas veces vamos a juntas o estamos interpretando. La oficina está en 225 N. Pine Street Oficina C. Llame a Ellen 641-7999 para obtener más información (por favor deje un mensaje con su número de teléfono). Si tiene una emergencia médica, llame al 911.
FREE! VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL! Community Church 641-0925. June 3rd - 7th, ages 3 yrs. old to entering 5th grade. All are welcome. Come join in the fun!
THE GUNNISON/HINSDALE CONFIDENTIAL ADVOCACY CENTER provides confidential safety needs and direct advocacy services to individuals whose lives have been affected by domestic violence and/or sexual assault. We are currently looking for volunteers! We have a wide range of volunteer options available for you, from advocacy to outreach, to nonprofit management. If interested or for more information contact us at 970-641-2712.
CATHOLICS COMING HOME: Reserve Thursday evenings this Summer for Fr. Barron's sessions on CATHOLICISM. It's designed to help one come to a clearer and deeper understanding of the Catholic Faith. It is a series of 12, two hour presentations on what Catholics believe and why. It is free as Queen of all Saints is underwriting the costs. Evening meals will be provided by Gourmet Noodle and/or The Secret Stash. The first session is June 20. For planning, we need you to call Arlene 970-641-0808 to register.
WATERCOLOR & WINE ART SOIREE: Join us at the Gunnison Arts Center on May 16th from 6-9pm for Watercolor & Wine. Enjoy a lovely wine tasting and learn the hints and techniques of a beautiful watercolor painting to take home with you! Only $35 including wine, supplies, instruction and inspiration. Register online at www.gunnisonartscenter.or g.
THE CENTER FOR ADULT & FAMILY EDUCATION WOULD LIKE TO THANK the Gunnison Friends of the Library for their generous donation. We appreciate your support!
MAA GOLF TOURNAMENT: May 18th, $85 per person. 4 Person Scramble Format, Dos Rios Golf Club. Registration forms at www.GoMountaineers.com/go lftournament
CONGRATULATIONS TO DELANEY KEATING, local business owner of RoSHamBo has been chosen to be one of 12 Coloradans who will be part of a team of creative minds from the world of advertising and design who will be helping to "re-brand" the state of Colorado. She will be representing the Western Slope of Colorado. She begins her "Making Colorado" journey with a trip to the capital and a dinner at the governor's mansion. To find out more about Making Colorado, you can visit http://makingcolorado.gov , www.facebook.com/MakingCo lorado
ATTENTION: Gunnison Valley PTA is collecting Box Tops 4 Education to earn money for our school. It is easy just clip them from participating products and drop them off at the school office or the collection container at the public library. Thank you!
THE GUNNI GATHERING is seeking vendors for the June 15th street festival downtown Gunnison. If you are an artist, nonprofit, brick and mortar, musician, special interest group. Please contact email@example.com or look us up on FACEBOOK The Gems. HURRY AND GET YOUR APPLICATION IN BY MAY 31ST!
AAUW SEEKS ARTISTS FOR ITS 39TH ANNUAL ART IN THE PARK EVENT: This year marks the 39th year of the American Association of University Women's sponsorship. The AAUW is seeking artists to exhibit their original creative works at this screened show on Sunday, July 28. Proceeds from the event help fund scholarships at Western State Colorado University and other AAUW sponsored education projects. Carol Bennett 970-641-4230 for information and to request an application. If leaving a message, please spell your name and mailing address.
FREE COMPUTER CLASSES: May 22, 5:30-7pm eReader Workshop Learn how to download Library ebooks onto your tablet, eReader, or smartphone. Learn the process for accessing and downloading from the Library ebook collection. Bring your questions! All classes meet at the Gunnison Public Library, 641-3485
PARTNERS MENTORING IS HAVING THEIR ANNUAL GROWLER GRAN FONDO ride along with a Townie Takeover Ride as a fun event for everyone on Sunday, May 26th. Grab your friends and ride in either event as a team! Refreshments, awards, music, and fun for all ages. Dont miss out, Register Now for either race on the Partners Website at www.gunnisonmentors.com.
THE GUNNISON RIVER FESTIVAL WILL INDEED INCLUDE AN OPEN WATER SWIM THIS YEAR! Mark your calendar for Sunday, 23 June, 8 a.m. It will be a one-mile, point-to-point at Blue Mesa. We're still working with National Parks on the route; much will depend on water levels as the date gets closer. Like "Gunnison River Festival" on Facebook to keep up with the latest info. Hope to see you there!
||DOG SHOW JUDGE needed for 4-H Dog Show on Mon., July 8th from 9am 2pm. Volunteer position. No experience necessary, will train, but must love dogs and kids. Call Michelle 970-596-5524 or Nadine 970-641-1260 for more information. |
COMPETITIVE EVENTS AT HARTMAN ROCKS: Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 25-27. Many roads and trails at the Hartman Rocks area on BLM public lands and at the Base Area are being used for permitted mountain biking and trail running competitions. The Original Growler mountain bike race is Saturday and Sunday and The Sage Burner trail running race is Monday. All trails and roads are still open to the public, and all competitors, race directors and volunteers will be advised of this and that competitors do not have special priority over the public while participating in these events. Please use extra caution while recreating at the Hartman Rocks area on these days. These events are being produced jointly by the City of Gunnison, Western State College and Gunnison Trails and are fund-raisers for various projects and causes in the Gunnison Valley. Questions or more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-275-0485. Thank you from the Growler Weekend organizing committee. www.gunnisontrails.com
OPERA PERFORMANCE AT THE GUNNISON ARTS CENTER: Embark on a "One Night Cruise to the South Pacific" on June 8th at the Gunnison Arts Center. Enjoy an elegant sit down seafood dinner and a performance by the Gunnison Opera Study and Performance group. The event will conclude with dessert, coffee and precious door prizes from the sea floor. Tickets are $40 or $35 for GAC members. Visit www.gunnisonartscenter.or g for tickets and while you're there check out our other upcoming events and classes.
THE WESTERN STATE COLORADO UNIVERSITY MEN'S BASKETBALL PROGRAM would like to publicly thank the following businesses in Gunnison for being involved in our "Game Day" tee shirt program this past season. Your support was greatly appreciated and helped with our success. We look forward to repeating the program again next year! Palisades Restaurant; Mario's; Double Dragon; The Gunnisack; 5 B's B-B-Q; Blue Iguana; Ol' Miner Restaurant; W Cafe; Añejo Bistro and Bar; McDonald's; Gunnison Savings & Loan; WSCU Bookstore; The Paper Clip; Wet Grocer; Bank of the West; Wells Fargo.
FLOOD INSURANCE: In the event of a flood, are you and your family adequately prepared? There is a 30 day waiting period for new flood insurance policies to take effect once they are purchased. Floodplain residents should consider buying flood insurance if you think your home is potentially vulnerable. Historically, about one-third of all flood insurance claims come outside of the mapped regulatory floodplain area (for 100 year floods). For more information about flood insurance, contact your local insurance agent Other information can be obtained from Thuy Patton, State Coordinator for the National Flood Insurance Program at 303-866-4803, email: email@example.com or go to: http://www.fema.gov/hazar d/flood/index.shtm
¿Tiene problemas para pagar por sus métodos para cuidarse para no embarazarse? ¿Ha estado pensando en hacerse la prueba de enfermedades transmitidas sexualmente, pero no sabe adónde ir? El Programa de Planificación Familiar de Salud Pública del Condado Gunnison está aquí para ayudarle con estos y otros servicios! Llame al 641-0209 o al 641-7999 para hacer una cita confidencial. Los precios dependen de sus ingresos, no se rechaza a nadie si no puede pagar.
WANTED: Volunteers for the Growler Bike Races May 24-26 - We need volunteers in downtown Gunnison; at the Hartman Rocks base area; out on the course; and sweeping the course on bikes. Persons with medical expertise, too. 100% of Growler proceeds benefit Trails. Contact: www.gunnisontrails.com; firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-275-0485.
RECYCLED FASHION EXHIBIT AT THE GUNNISON ARTS CENTER: The May Madness Recycled Fashion Exhibit at the Gunnison Arts Center is here! Designs will be displayed in the gallery for the month of May. Don't miss the Runway Show on May 30th from 6:30-9pm. Tickets are $10. The event will feature all of the innovative recycled designs on the catwalk along with appetizers, champagne, cash bar and a dance party! Visit www.gunnisonartscenter.or g for Runway Show tickets and while you're there check out our other upcoming events and classes.
CRESTED BUTTE SENIOR CLASS IS HAVING A CAR WASH/BAKE SALE FUNDRAISER: Located behind the CB True Value on Saturday, 5/18 from 11:00-3:00 pm. Please come support the Graduating Class of 2013!
MULTICULTURAL OFFICE, 225 NORTH PINE ST., SUITE C -- HOURS: Monday to Thursday: 10:00-noon and 1:00-4:30; other hours by appointment. Please leave a message. If we are not in the office it is because we are in meetings or interpreting. Please call Ellen 641-7999-- If you are having a medical emergency call 911
FREE COMPUTER CLASSES: May 21, 5:30-7pm Microsoft Word Learn the basics of Microsoft Word in this hands-on class. Basic computer skills required (e.g. using mouse and keyboard). All classes meet at the Gunnison Public Library, 641-3485
GUNNISON COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE: Tuesday, May 28 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Donations inside Aspinall Wilson Center Conference Room at Western State College, 909 Escalante Dr., Gunnison. For more information or to schedule an appointment please contact Bonfils Appointment Center at 800-365-0006 opt. 2 or visit www.bonfils.org.
TEAM SPOTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR THE MAA GOLF TOURNAMENT on May 18th. Cost is $85 per player for the 4 person scramble format. Registration forms at www.GoMountaineers.com/go lftournament
||ADOPT, DON'T SHOP! Millions of dogs and cats are put down every year because there are just too many of them. Do the right thing - adopt your next pet. Be thoughtful. Puppies and kittens are adorable but they grow up! Make sure you can provide a loving home for the animal for the rest of its life. GVAWL 641-1173
JUNGIAN DREAM GROUP I am a Jungian analyst and I have a small group of people who are doing dream-work together with me. There are currently a few openings in the group for new members. If you are interested, please contact Cindy at 641-5155.
GUNNISON POLICE DEPT. BIKE AUCTION: On the date of 06/01/13 from 12:00-1:00 at the address of 1100 W. Virginia Av.
CELEBRATE RECOVERY MEETINGS: every Tuesday at Webster Hall 6pm; every Thursday, Oh Be Joyful Church 6pm. Info: 970-596-6633.
THE KIWANIS CLUB OF GUNNISON SAYS THANK YOU to all of the sponsors, volunteers, and participants in our annual Blue Mesa Fishing Tournament. We could not have done this without you! We had 160 contestants and the winners were: Grand prize of $1200: Robby Richardson of Gunnison and Seth Firestone of Almont with 19.54 lbs. Canon Marines Grand prize of a new Yamaha outboard motor valued at $1,400 was Pat Strahl of Gunnison. The tournament was a great success and $4,700 was raised to be given to local students for college scholarships and to multiple other Gunnison area youth groups. Our generous sponsors were The City of Gunnison, John Roberts Motor Works, Rocky Mountain Real Estate, Gunnison Savings and Loan, Berfields Stage Stop, Canon Marine of Canon City, PKs Appliance, Eagle Claw-Wright McGill/Lee McGill, Walmart of Gunnison, and Gene Taylors. We also thank the Gunnison Chamber of Commerce, The Gunnison Country Shopper, The Gunnison Country Times, Elk Creek Marina, the National Park Service and the Colorado Parks and Wildlife for their invaluable support. Would you like to become a part of this caring organization? Please contact Paul Buck at 901-2418 for details.
GUNNISON HIGH SCHOOL is looking for vendors interested in providing lunch for our mini food court next year, 2013-2014. If you are interested and can provide a lunch item for approximately $3.00 per student, please send an email with your menu ideas to gwaggoner@gunnisonschools .net. Healthy lunch items encouraged!
PIONEER MUSEUM MEETING FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS: An orientation meeting for all volunteer workers will be held on Monday, May 20th at 10:00 A.M. at the Pioneer Museum at 803 East Tomichi Ave. This important meeting is to prepare for the Pioneer Museum's opening on Friday, May 24, 2013.
ATTENTION NONPROFITS, GOVERNMENTS, SCHOOLS AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS. KBUT can and will give free publicity for your upcoming events, activities and fundraisers. For more information, visit KBUT.org, call 349-5225 or email email@example.com.
1% FOR OPEN SPACE: Business participation is free and easy. Voluntary donations are collected from your customers and help preserve Gunnison County's open space, recreational access, gorgeous viewsheds, ranching heritage and important ecosystems. Donations stay where you do business so ALL Gunnison County businesses are all welcome to participate. Spring is the perfect time to sign up before the summer season hits. Contact Executive Director Molly Murfee at 349-1775, director@1percentforopens pace.org, or visit http://www.1percentforope nspace.org/ for more information
TRAILER PARK PROPHET BLOG TALK RADIO: Sunday on Monday. Wednesday is Hump Day with the Prophet. Friday is Gunny Friday.
THINK YOU MAY HAVE A DRINKING PROBLEM? There are weekly AA meetings throughout the Western slope. For meeting times & locations, please call 970-245-9649 or 888-333-9649, or go to www.aawesterncolorado.org .
2013 GUNNISON YOUTH FISHING DERBY AND OUTDOOR SPORTS EXPO: The Annual Gunnison Youth Fishing Derby and Outdoor Sports Expo will be held on June 1st, 2013 at Jorgensen Park from 10am to 2pm. There will be numerous booths and activities from local businesses and organizations. Activities include a shoot smart shooting gallery, archery range, fish handling area, wildlife identification, fly casting challenge, and responsible trail use information. FREE of charge. FREE LUNCH. FREE FISHING POLES. Come and join us for a fun day of fishing and outdoor sports!
ON BEHALF OF PTA-ERS... We would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to all those who helped make PTA's 5th Annual Camille Besse Ice Cream Social and Book Swap a huge success! Specific thanks to: Dave and Lisa Jacobson of The Gunnisack; Kirsten Dickey; Cindy McKee's Journalism class; GCSAPP and Matt Estrada; everyone who set up booths; all of our wonderful PTA members that helped. THANK YOU! With great thanks and appreciation, Gunnison Valley PTA
ITS TIME FOR SPRING CLEANING! Donate your clothing and help individuals affected by domestic violence/sexual assault in your community! Call the Confidential Advocacy Center at 970-641-2712 to find out how you can make a difference by this simple act.
HAVING TROUBLE PAYING FOR YOUR BIRTH CONTROL? Have you been thinking of getting tested for an STD but didn't know where to go? The Gunnison County Public Health Family Planning Program is here to help with these and other services! Call 641-0209 to make a confidential appointment today. Fees dependent on income, no person is turned away for inability to pay.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! The Gunnison Valley Observatory will hold a training session on May 18th, at 7:30 in the evening at the observatory, for those who would like to assist with our 2013 season. For further information, contact Mike Brooks, firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-596-0927
BACK TO YOUR ROOTS: Crested Butte. May 17th, 6:00 pm @ Montanya's. Local Dinner, Cocktails, Music and Silent Auction. ONLY $10 suggested donation. Get ready to GROW!