Week of: 8/14/2019


announcements and notices...

THE SENIOR RESOURCE OFFICE will be hosting monthly open access hours the first Monday of each month from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at Gunnison County Health and Human Services. Walk-in to learn more about resources and benefits for seniors and people with disabilities.

DID YOU KNOW?... If you buy a #6 plastic cup you can bring it to WCU to "TERRACYCLE" into other useful products? Drop-off locations at: Library Parking Lot, Pinnacles, North Mears, Between Ute and Robidoux Hall Look for the recycling bin with the "TERRACYCLE" logo on it!

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Night Tennis All Players Welcome! Tennis players are invited to play mixed doubles on Thursday and Friday nights through September from 5 - 7 p.m. at the Crested Butte town courts across from the visitor center. Ages are typically high school students, college students and adults. Thursday nights are for intermediate players, and Friday nights are for more advanced players. Just show up at 5 p.m. (or a little earlier to warm up, or later if you need to due to work). Everyone plays short sets with rotating players, who are randomly assigned. Beth Buehler, 970-901-6970

COLDHARBOUR INSTITUTE'S 3RD Annual Harvest Banquet September 7th, 5:30 - 8:30 PM, 47068 East Highway 50, Gunnison. An engaging evening of local foods, places based music by the Lizzy Plotkin Trio, live and silent auctions, games, regenerative living presentation and more! A Shuttle service available from WCU's Welcome Center

PLEASE KEEP DOGS ON LEASH or within sight and under voice command!

50% OF LGBT ELDERS REPORT feeling isolated. The SAGE LGBT Elder Hotline provides gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender seniors the ability to talk to trained peer-counselor volunteers about issues including isolation, relationships, bullying, and more. Call 1-888-234-SAGE (1-888-234-7243) for support.

THE SENIOR RESOURCE OFFICE has Options Counselors to assist older adults and people with disabilities in creating a plan to meet their basic needs. Call 970-642-7300 to schedule and appointment.

THE U.C.C., Union Cpngregational Church in Crested Butte has the annual Handbell Choir and friends concert on Thursday, August 15 at 7 PM at the UCC at 403 Maroon Ave in Crested Butte. Tickets are $20 each and available at the door or at the UCC office Tuesday-Friday 9-noon. There will be vocals, and instruments in addition to the handbells. This concert features fun secular music. Please come and enjoy an evening of fantastic music for all ages.

TRAVELING ART SHOW to benefit local non-profits. Crested Butte artist, Nick Rayder, has donated several of his cherished works to raise critical funds for local non-profits in a traveling art show. These special pieces are on display at Six Points, July 15 to August 27th, at the Gunnison Valley Mentors 8th St. Mary's School Mentoring Center from July 29th through August 10th, and separate pieces at Roxana Alvarez's Crested Butte studio. Items benefitting Six Points, Gunnison Valley Mentors and St. Mary's Garage are available by silent auction with winners announced in late August. Place your bid today! Call GV Mentors at 970-641-5513 for more information.

GUNNISON CONSERVATION DISTRICT sells custom native wild flower and grass seed. For a custom mix call 970-707-3047

FLEA MARKET TO Benefit Gunnison Valley Animal Welfare League Saturday August 24th at Webster Hall Lawn. Donations from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM and Sales from 9:30 AM until 1:00 PM. Please drop off your clean, in good repair household items at the NE Corner of Virginia & Iowa Ave., Webster Hall. No clothes please, all sales will be by donation and all proceeds will benefit the Animals at GVAWL.

PLEASE REMEMBER that Six Points cannot accept televisions or computer equipment. The city offers recycling for these items. Call us for more information. 970-641-3081.

PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS voting will start September 1, 2019. Watch for more details soon! Gunnison Country Shopper and Gunnison Country Chamber of Commerce.

COLORADO FITNESS SUMMER Hikes. Grand Mesa Crag Crest Trail Sunday 18th. Leaving Colorado Fitness at 7AM. 10 Mile hike on the Grand Mesa.

ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION CAREGIVER Support Group. Gunnison Senior/ Recreation Center (200 E Spencer Ave) from noon- 1PM on the forth Tuesday of every month (3/26/19). Support groups create a safe, confidential, supportive community and a chance for participants to develop mutual support.

ART SHOW. A Splash of Colorado. Water media art show at Gunnison Arts Center sponsored by the Western Slope Chapter of the Colorado Watercolor Society. Show runs through August.

SENIORS INTERESTED IN PLAYING MEXICAN TRAIN DOMINOES: We will be playing on Fridays at 1:00 PM in the Boomers and Beyond Room at the Gunnison Rec Center. All levels of players, from beginners to more experienced, are welcome. If you have questions or want more information please call Leila Calkins at 970-596-4570.

SENIORS, NEED FOOD ASSISTANCE? Gunnison Country Food Pantry is open to Seniors 65+ on Thursdays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Come for coffee, see what the community wants to share with you. Visit the Pantry at 321-C N. Main Street in Gunnison on the SW corner of Main and Ohio. Info at

SIX POINTS IS A VENDOR for the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR). Through DVR, we can provide employment support to individuals with documented physical or mental health disabilities. These services are not restricted to those with intellectual disabilities. Call Kate 970-641-3081.

TRAIL TIPS: IF YOU WALK, or take your dogs on a walk, before daylight PLEASE wear reflective clothing! Make sure you and your pets are visible to drivers in the early morning hours. No one wants to hit a pedestrian or their pet.

GUNNISON COUNTY SENIOR RESOURCE OFFICE has Options Counselors to assist older adults and people with disabilities in creating a plan to meet their basic needs. Call 970-642-7300 to schedule an appointment.

U.S. 50 LITTLE BLUE CREEK Canyon road improvement and rock fall mitigation project postponed to 2021. MONTROSE & GUNNISON COUNTIES The Colorado Department of Transportation and the Federal Highways Administration announce the postponement of the U.S. Highway 50 improvement project through the Little Blue Creek Canyon. Due to unforeseen circumstances, work which had been set to originally break ground in the spring of 2020, has now been rescheduled to start in 2021. The project will take place 30 miles east of Montrose between mile points 123 and 127. CDOT will work closely with the FHWA to keep the local communities well informed of the project as it moves forward over the next couple of years. Once the project has been advertised and awarded to a contractor, a new start date will be announced, including details and specific information about traffic impacts. Visit the FHWA project website for more information:

LOOKING FOR A WAY TO GIVE BACK to your community? Colorado State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) is looking for volunteers to assist Medicare patients with navigating their health insurance. If interested, call Eva at Region 10: 970-765-3127.

GUNNISON HIGH TRIATHLON - Saturday, August 31, 2019. Register NOW for the 7th Annual Gunnison High Triathlon at: . The cost is $33.30 for kids, $65.10 for adults, and $128.70 for teams. This Sprint Triathlon is proudly brought to you by the Gunnison Parks & Recreation Department. It begins with a 500 yard swim (10 laps) at the Community & Aquatics Center, then continues with a 23K (14.5 mile) bike course, and wraps up with a 6.4K (4 mile) run that finishes at the Community Center. Kids triathlon starts at 8:30 a.m. and adult race starts at 10:30 a.m. For more information contact: Andy or call 970-641-0435

COME ALONG AND JOIN our Parenting Support Group Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Gunnison Valley Health Conference Room (south entrance) 711N. Taylor St. Babies & toddlers are welcome. For more information email

¡GANA MIENTRAS QUE APRENDES! Conviértete en el mejor padre que puede ser al mismo tiempo ganar artículos de maternidad y bebé (¡pañales, ropa, cunas, y mucho más!) ¡Es muy fácil! Llámenos: 970-596-1706 Lighthouse

JOIN SILENT TRACKS for our annual member meeting and potluck dinner. A fun evening of camaraderie and the best potluck in Crested Butte! Our guest speaker from the National Park Service, Vicki Ward, will give a short presentation on what the NPS is doing to preserve natural and cultural soundscapes. We will also update you on our activities and goals for the coming year. Sunday, August 18th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Crested Butte Historic Depot. Bring a dish to share. We hope to see you there!

CRUISE IN AND ENJOY hamburgers at the Elks Lodge (123 South Main) with family and friends on Friday August 16. We will be serving from 5:00 PM until 8:30 PM. Monies raised help fund community projects and scholarships. Open to the Public.

DON'T FORGET! Gunnison Valley PTA is collecting BOX TOPS 4 EDUCATION This is an easy way for anyone to support your local community school/PTA. You can send your Box Tops to your child's classroom or put them in collection containers at the public library or the community center. Thank you for your support!

THE GUNNISON REC CENTER will be offering a Community CPR, AED and First Aid Red Cross certification class on Monday, August 19th. This is a blended learning class, so you will need to do online training before the skill session on the 19th. The cost is $65. 970-641-8060

GUNNISON MIDDLE SCHOOL students who will participate in athletics this fall must have a current physical. Practice begins for fall sports on August 19 at 3:45. If you have questions, contact Mary Nordberg, AD at:


ATTENTION ALL RESIDENTS that live in Unincorporated Gunnison County. The BoCC voted on 9-4-2018 to have all Unincorporated Gunnison County Residents license their dogs with the Gunnison County Sheriff's office. The specific resolution can be found online at It is Resolution No: 2018-30, Article III Licensing. This requires all dog owners to obtain a Gunnison County license after you have received proof of their rabies vaccination. The only exception is a fee will not be charged for certified service and guide dogs used by impaired owners. The fee for each unaltered dog is $20 and $10 for altered animals. All licenses will expire on 12-31 of each year. The due date for getting your dogs licensed is March 1st of each year. There will be a $5 per month late fee if you do not license your dog by March 1st. However, the fee will be waived for 2019, we strongly encourage getting your dogs licensed ASAP! In the event a tag is lost a duplicate shall be provided for a fee of $25. Dog License applications can be found at:, or call the Gunnison County Sheriff's at 970-641-1113.

FALL TOUR KICKOFF: The Desert by Luke Mehall, a dirtbag climbing book Thursday, August 15th, 7:00 p.m. Townie Books 414 Elk Ave. Crested Butte, Colorado. The Desert begins with Mehall's first trip to The Desert, a visit to Indian Creek in 1999, and chronicles nearly two decades of experiences. Over time, the author grows from thinking that the red-rock desert of the Colorado Plateau is just another stop along the way, to finding himself more and more at home there. The Desert is a definitive, independently published account of a dirtbag climber searching for love, passion, fresh air, and an escape from the electronic hyperconnectedness of the modern world.

NATIONWIDE EMERGENCY ALERT System (EAS) Test Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 12:20 PM (local time, lasting one minute). The purpose is to evaluate the readiness of the national alerting capability in the absence of internet connectivity Message Distribution: This test will use FEMA's Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS). Messages will originate from designated radio stations and be broadcasted to the public via radio and television stations, cable, wireline service providers and direct broadcast satellite service providers. This test does not include landline or cell phones.

SKIP THE TRIP! Visit: - Renew Registrations, Update Addresses, Replace Vehicle Registration Tabs, Request a Personalized Plate, Request a Duplicate Title, Get a Transaction Receipt, Request a Title Status, Registration Fee Estimator, Request a Duplicate Registration Card First-time Handicap Disability Placards, Manage Your Disability Placards and more!

THE GUNNISON MASSACRE - A Tribute to Captain Gunnison & the Gunnison-Beckwith Expedition. Local historian Larry McDonald follows up his book and presentation last winter, "The Forgotten 59", about the Crested Butte Mine Explosion of 1884, with "The Gunnison Massacre", a tribute to Captain Gunnison and the members of the Gunnison-Beckwith Expedition of 1853. If you, or your group, would like to schedule a presentation for September, please contact Larry no later than Monday, August 19, at or leave a message at 707-260-4838.

DID YOU KNOW Gunnison Valley Health has a variety of visiting specialists that provide a broad range of healthcare services? Visit: for more information or to view a calendar.

FREE CHEATGRASS TREATMENT Workshop for landowners and land managers 9-13-19 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Gunnison County Fairgrounds (Fred Field Heritage Center, Van Tuyl Room). Please RSVP to Marcella Tarantino (970-707-3049) or Aleshia Rummel (970-707-3044) for a free lunch!

THIS WEEKEND AT The Gunnison Valley Observatory Friday: Telescopes: Windows to the Universe - Join Observatory volunteer Jeff Lazo to learn all about this miraculous instrument and how it allows us to see deep into the cosmos. Saturday: Constellations: Stories in the Sky - Thousands of years ago our ancestors looked up at the night sky and saw the characters in their stories illustrated in the stars. Join local astronomer Dr. Suzanne Taylor to learn about the role constellations have played throughout history and the role they play in astronomy today. The Gunnison Valley Observatory is located at 2804 County Road 38 across from Hartman Rocks Recreation Area. The facility opens at sunset. Programs start at approximately 8:45 PM and are followed by viewing weather permitting - of the amazing night sky through a variety of telescopes. Admission is by donation and reservations are not required. Go to for more information. Carpe Noctem Seize the Night!

CLEANING CLOSURE AT THE REC CENTER is here and we will have the following closures: Pool- Closes tonight August 9th at 5:00 p.m. and will reopen August on 17th at 10:00 a.m. Climbing Wall- Closes tomorrow August 10th at 4:00 p.m. and will reopen on August 15th at 12:00 p.m. Building- Closes August 12th and will reopen on August 15th at 8:00 a.m. Offices will be open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on days the building is closed. Any questions, please give us a call or stop by the front desk. City of Gunnison Parks and Recreation 200 E. Spencer Ave.

¿EMBARAZADA? ¿Necesitas ayuda? Pruebas de embarazo gratuitas y consulta. Referencias y asistencia. ¡Estamos aquí para ayudar! Lighthouse 970-596-1706

GUNNISON BOXING CLUB meets Tuesdays & Thursdays at 4:30 and Mondays & Wednesday at 5:30. Beginners Welcome (Ages 9 & Up). Gain fitness and learn self defense skills. Meets on WCU Campus in Mears Hall basement. Club Fee charged per semester. Call Coach Tom at 303-881-7778 for more information.

SIX POINTS THRIFT STORE donation hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9-5 and Saturday from 10-4. Furniture items are accepted by appointment Monday-Saturday from 9-5. Call 970-641-3081 or come to 1160 N. Main St. in Gunnison.

FREE PRESSURE CANNER GAUGE TESTING - Over time, the dial gauge on your pressure canner can become inaccurate. This can cause you to either under-process your food, which is a food safety concern, or over-process your food, which could affect food quality. Colorado State University Extension recommends yearly testing of your pressure canner gauge before the start of canning season. Stop by our office at the Gunnison County Fairgrounds (275 S. Spruce Street) Monday-Friday from 8:30-4:30 for a free pressure canner gauge test! Bring your entire lid or just the gauge. Drop-ins are welcome, but appointments are appreciated. 970-641-7629 or emailing:

FOOD PRESERVATION SERIES - Learn to safely preserve food at home! Colorado State University Extension invites you to a four-class series in which participants will learn to preserve a variety of foods using safe, research-based techniques and lab-tested recipes. JULY 31- WATER BATH CANNING; AUGUST 7- PRESSURE CANNING; AUGUST 14- PICKLING; AUGUST 21- FERMENTING. All classes will be held at the Gunnison Fairgrounds from 5:30-8:30 PM. Class space is limited, so participants are encouraged to register early to reserve a spot. Registration is required at least one week in advance. For more information or to register, contact Erin Durant at 970-641-7629 or

YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS ten-time Grammy winners, ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL, at the I Bar on August 14! You can bet you'll be dancin' down the aisles and swingin' all night long! They've seen "Miles and Miles of Texas" and they got their "Kicks on Route 66"! Les Choy and the Gypsy Jazz Social Club will start of the music at 6:15. Asleep at the Wheel comes on at 7:30. Sit up close or on the lawn. Garlic Mike's "Wrangled Italian" supper available ... and, drinks, too. Asleep at the Wheel they're the real deal! Tickets at: IBARRANCH.COM. Proceeds benefit the Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley so the whole Valley wins!

4TH ANNUAL GOAT TOGETHER August 17th 5:00 p.m. IBar Ranch, 850 County Road 49, Gunnison. Live Music, Bike Show, Raffle, Pit Bike Races, Food and Beer. Pro Races on projector, prizes, bikini bike wash and Free Camping. Free to all members! Renewal or new membership available at event. Bring your bikes! Brought to you by Sun Sports, Gunnison Motorsports and Monster Energy.

RECYCLERS PLEASE TAKE NOTE AND PASS ALONG that the Gunnison County Recycle Center takes primarily CORRUGATED CARDBOARD. Please DO NOT bring waxed cardboard, toilet paper or paper towel tubes or Pringles cans. We thank you for your continued diligence in dropping off quality products. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact Gunnison County Public Work Department at 970-641-0044.

FREE OUTDOOR VOLLEYBALL at Jorgensen Park on Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. and Sundays at 1:00 p.m. (until folks are done playing) starting tomorrow and running through the rest of the month. All equipment will be provided and set up. If you have any questions please call 970-641-8422. We hope to see you out there! This is for anyone, 15 and older, who'd like to play some outdoor volleyball in Jorgensen Park.

THE GUNNISON VALLEY CALENDAR: Keep it Short, Keep it Sweet.... submit your Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How to

HELP PUT FOOD WITHIN REACH. Donate to Gunnison Country Food Pantry (GCFP), PO Box 7077, Gunnison, CO 81230 or online at Bring food donations to 321-C N. Main Street in Gunnison on the SW corner of Main and Ohio Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays.

KARMA RECOMMENDS VOLUNTEERING! Pay it forward before you need a hand up. The Food Pantry needs your help providing food assistance to those in need. 970-641-4156

CRIME STOPPERS IS asking for your help with solving a burglary that occurred on 08/05/2019 between 5:00 AM and 5:30 AM. The Dos Rios Golf Club was forcibly entered. Golf clubs and bags were stolen. If you know who was involved, or have any information regarding the burglary, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 970-641-8280 or the Gunnison County Sheriff's Department at 970-641-1113. If you have information about this crime or any other crime, contact CRIME STOPPERS at 970-641-8280. You may remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. Crime doesn't pay, but CRIME STOPPERS does.

KBUT IS LOCATED AT 88.7 FM IN GUNNISON. Our signal strength has increased from 40 watts to 6500 watts this past year. Tune us in loud and clear.

TIPS FOR DRIVING AT NIGHT...Use your bright lights when driving in rural areas and on open highways away from urban and metropolitan areas. If you are driving with your high beam lights on or your low beam lights with fog lights on, you must dim them before coming within 500 feet of any oncoming vehicle so the oncoming driver is not blinded by the glare. When following another vehicle, you must use your low beam lights, with your fog lights off, if you are within 200 feet of the vehicle ahead of you.

CARDBOARD RECYCLING - Recently the Gunnison County Recycle Center as seen an influx of waxed cardboard and bundled cardboard dropped off at the Center. Please note for your future recycling of cardboard at our Center that WAXED CARDBOARD SHOULD NOT be brought to the Center and DO NOT TIE cardboard in bundles. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact Gunnison County Public Work Department at 970-641-0044.

CHILD FIND DEVELOPMENTAL Screening onn Wednesday, August 14th there will be free screenings for children ages birth to five years at Lake School, 800 N Boulevard in Gunnison from 9:00 to 12:00. We will be offering developmental screening and vision and hearing screenings. Appointments only. Please call 970-641-7770 ext. 2909 or email: for an appointment.

GOT PRESCHOOL?- Colorado Preschool Scholarships are still available and can be used at Lake Preschool, Tenderfoot, Little Red, or Stepping Stones. Contact Jennifer Kennedy or Annie Romero for more information. 970-641-7770 or:

TWO PICKLEBALL OPPORTUNITIES that are coming up. 1.) There is a learn how to teach pickleball class on Saturday, August 17th from 9:00 am - 11:00 am. This class is for players who are familiar with the game who want to learn the proper way to instruct pickleball to those who are starting off. 2.) There is an Introduction to Pickleball for adults who want to learn how to play the game on Saturday, August 24th from 9:00 am - 11:00 am. Paddles and balls will be provided. Both sessions are free and will take place at the outdoor courts at Char Mar Park. If you are interested in attending please call 641-8422 so we have a rough estimate of how many people will be attending.

MIDDLE SCHOOL ATHLETICS begin Monday, August 19th at 3:45 --football, volleyball and cross country. Athletes must have a current physical to participate; paperwork which is available on school website or at registration next week. Questions: Mary Nordberg, AD

NEED FOOD ASSISTANCE? Gunnison Country Food Pantry is open Mondays 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. and Wednesdays 1 p.m. - 7 p.m. Seniors 65+ are served Thursdays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Visit the Pantry at 321-C N. Main Street in Gunnison on the SW corner of Main and Ohio. Info at

SIX POINTS THRIFT STORE is always happy to receive your donations of clean, gently used furniture! PLEASE CALL us to arrange a time to drop off your items. Your donations support programming for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Call 970-641-3081.

SIX POINTS HOURS are Mon. - Fri., 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Closed Sundays. DROP OFF HOURS Mon., Wed., Fri., 9 a.m - 5 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. We are located North of Walmart behind Time Warner Cable.

¿NECESITA AYUDA ALIMENTARIA? La Despensa de Alimentos (Gunnison Country Food Pantry) está abierta lunes de 1 a 4 y miércoles de 1 a 7 de la tarde. Para personas mayores de 65 años: jueves 10 de la mañana a 2 de la tarde. Visítenos en 321-C N. Main Street en la esquina suroeste de Main y Ohio. Más información en

THE SENIOR RESOURCE OFFICE will be hosting monthly open access hours the first Monday of each month from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at Gunnison County Health and Human Services. Walk-in to learn more about resources and benefits for seniors and people with disabilities.

DO YOU WANT TO TRY a leg of the Gunni Sprint Triathlon on August 31st? We are looking for Swimmers, Runners and Bikers to compete on teams for Local Sponsors. If you would like to tri... come in to Colorado Fitness and sign up on a team.

DO YOU HAVE AN UPCOMING EVENT FOR THE GUNNISON COMMUNITY? Fundraiser? Kids event? Multicultural gathering? Artistic endeavor? All-around good time? Let us know. We'll print your community notice for free. Call 970-641-3148. Email Let all of Gunnison county and the surrounding areas know what you're planning for them.

Free cheatgrass treatment workshop for landowners and land managers 9-13-19 8:30 am to 3:00 pm at Gunnison County Fairgrounds (Fred Field Heritage Center Van Tuyl Room). Please RSVP to Marcella Tarantino (970-707-3049) or Aleshia Rummel (970-707-3044) for a free lunch!


Volunteer for West Elk Bicycle Classic 9/1. Morning/afternoon. Aid Station/SAG Support. Love to support your non-profit/kids group!. Watch for CYCLISTS 7am Gunnison-Blue Mesa, 9am Crested Butte-Gunnison. Fundraiser for Western Athletics, Sharon's Kids, Living Journeys, T1 Diabetes and More!

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Volunteer for West Elk Bicycle Classic 9/1. Morning/afternoon. Aid Station/SAG Support. Love to support your non-profit/kids group!. Watch for CYCLISTS 7am Gunnison-Blue Mesa, 9am Crested Butte-Gunnison. Fundraiser for Western Athletics, Sharon's Kids, Living Journeys, T1 Diabetes and More!

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Delicious, all you can eat BIG pancakes, ...with sausage, fruit, coffee/tea/milk at the Pitkin Pancake Breakfast at the community center. Sunday, September 1 from 8:00am-Noon. A fund raiser for our museum and community center. Donations accepted. MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND DONT MISS THIS FUN EVENT! Its well worth the gorgeous drive up the Quartz Creek Valley!!!

LAST WEDNESDAY FARMERS MARKET is August 28th 4-6PM on W. Tomichi by Safeway! Don't miss out on getting your mid-week produce one last time! The Saturday Farmers Market continues through October. GUNNISONFARMERSMARKET.COM


Are you struggling with food security? The Mobile Food Pantry is providing fresh food to residents by distributing food bags on a monthly basis! For More Information -- Call the Gunnison Country Food Pantry (970)641-4156

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