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Friday, February 20th Opening Day of the exhibit.
The exhibit will be on display from February 20th - May 2nd.
Good history is best told by more than one voice. Likewise, the MWC cannot tell the entire western Colorado story alone. In that spirit, the MWC has brought together heritage...
Exhibit opening on March 4 at the Central Branch of Mesa County Public Libraries. Wxhibit will bwe on display until April 19th. Theme: Books and Books Titles.
Exhibit on display from April 1-18, 2015, Monday through Saturday, 12-5 p.m.
There will also be a First Friday Reception, Friday, April 3, 6:00-10:00 PM. to view the exhibit and meet the artist. Artists talk begins at 6:30 PM
FREE AND OPEN TO PUBLIC
The Colorado Mesa University Art Gallery...
Art from students in 9th - 12th grades will be on display at Mesa Mall, in the Sears Wing. Questions, call 970-623-1455.
$20 adults, $15 seniors, faculty/staff, $6 students
(Rush prices apply April 15th only: $5 faculty/staff, $4 students - one ticket per MAVcard presented)
In a modern version of Adam's seduction by Eve, THE SHAPE OF THINGS pits awkward Adam against experienced Evelyn. After a chance meeting, Evelyn and Adam embark...
Friday-Sunday, April 17-19 | A weekend of fun and running on the beautiful trails near Fruita, Colorado. See website for list of races and schedule of events.
The Start/Finish lines will be at the Mack trailhead on the Kokopelli trail just west of Fruita, Colorado, at exit #11 off I-70.
Colorado West Invitational Music Festival | Performances by middle and high school band, choir, orchestra, and jazz ensembles held at Moss Performing Arts Center, Central High School, Palisade High School, and Grand Junciton High School | Friday-Saturday, April 17-18, 2015
For the complete schedule and locations go to: https://connect.d51schools.org/sites/shared/music/sitedocs/15%20Colorado%20West%20Performance%20Schedule.pdf
Ballet 422 (2015) Rating: PG (for language) Musical & Performing Arts , Documentary. 1 hr. 12 min.
Friday, April 17th...........................NO SHOWINGS
Saturday, April 18th................................NO SHOWINGS
Sunday, April 20th................................2:30pm, 4:00, 5:30pm, 7:30pm
Monday, April 20th................................5:30pm & 7:30pm
Tuesday, April 21st................................5:30pm; Dinner and a Movie-7:30: The Big Lebowski
Wednesday, April 22nd................................5:30pm &...
FREE ADMISSION/FREE PARKING
For more information: 1 888 SPA SALE or WWW.SPAPOOLANDBBQSHOW.COM
Earth Day has teamed up with Southwest Arbor Fest to kick off the season with the first large outdoor festival of the year.
· FREE admission
· Live music
· Colorado craft brew beer garden
· Jalapeno-eating contest
· Tree seedling giveaway
· Green-minded vendors, demonstrations...
Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 8:00 PM at Sabrosa Restaurante. | $7 per person | Music provided by DJ Selector Trev. | Call 970-257-9020 for information.
This is a fundraiser for Sustainable Roots. Sustainable Roots is dedicated to environmental preservation and sustainable development in communities of Latin America. They strive to...
WHAT: Symphony Storytime, See website for theme
WHEN: 10 a.m. Saturday, April 18, 2015
WHERE: Mesa County Libraries Central Library, Fifth Street and Grand Avenue
Young children learn about the history, sounds and instruments of the orchestra through storytelling, music demonstrations by orchestra members and the Instrument Petting Zoo which...
Saturday, April 18th starting at 5 PM. $25 fee includes all-you-can-drink from participating breweries and live music on the patio. All proceeds benefit March of Dimes!
Western Slope Center for Children Presents: No More, Not Alone Fundraiser Featuring: The Wizard of Oz Young Performers Edition
Matinee at 2 PM and Evening at 6 PM
No More, Not Alone Free Educational Events:
10:00am – 12:00pm: Stewards of Children (adults & parents only) 2-hour prevention program. Activities will...