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2018 Snow Design: Snow Stitching in Nature
The Yampa Valley community is invited to join the Bud Werner Memorial Library and The Nature Conservancy in creating a large, landscape-scale design on a snowy haymeadow at the Carpenter Ranch. The theme of this year's pattern is "Snow Stitching in Nature." Volunteers meet at the Carpenter Ranch near Hayden, where we'll share info about the landscape that is our canvas, answer questions and offer inspired ideas and instruction for how to delve into your own contributions to the snow pattern before we head out to the haymeadow. We will walk the meadow until 4 p.m., but folks can leave earlier if they need to or stay later if they want. Participants must bring their own snowshoes, snacks and water. RSVPs are not mandatory but would help us plan, Contact Adult Programs Coordinator Jennie Lay at jlay@steamboatlibrary.org with your name, email address and phone number.
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Community Event
2nd annual Food Drive
For every 2 food items (or household items) you donate you get entered to win 2 GA tickets to next years (2019) festival! Want more chances to win? Bring more items! You can enter as many times as you want!
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Talks/Lectures
2nd Annual HYPE: Helping Young Professionals Excel
This event is designed as a summit for the Young Professionals Network of Steamboat Springs and the community. There will be seven different speakers who are either locally based or brought to Steamboat Springs from throughout the country. The goal for HYPE is to give attendees a better understanding on how to commit to different aspects of their lives. Prepare for a night of rapid-fire presentations that will be quick but impactful.
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Social Event
A Good Yarn
A morning crochet and knitting group for all ages and skill levels. There will be tea, coffee and sweets to start the day.
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Community Event
Al-Ateen Meeting @ 437 Oak Street (upstairs from Hair on Earth)
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Art Show, Talks/Lectures
Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here: A Literary Bridge with Iraq
An evening of poetry and art honoring Baghdad's famous literary street named for the Arab world’s most famous poet, Al-Mutanabbi, led by book artist and activist Janet Bradley. Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here commemorates the 2007 bombing of Baghdad’s historic street of booksellers. After reading about the devastation of Iraq’s literary and intellectual center, San Francisco poet and bookseller Beau Beausoleil created the Al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition. Every year since its creation, poetry readings and exhibits have taken place around the world on or around March 5. Located in Baghdad, Al-Mutanabbi Street is a winding street about of one thousand feet long, noted for its many bookstores and outdoor bookstalls where people gather as a great humanitarian center. Named after the famous classical Arab poet Abu at-Tayyib al-Mutanabbi (915–965 CE), it has been a thriving center of Baghdad’s bookselling and publishing for centuries. The 2007 bombing took the lives of 30 people and destroyed a large portion of the neighborhood. The booksellers who survived rebuilt their stores and are once again in business. They sell works by Sunnis, Shiites, Christians, Jews, children's books and progressive publications from around the world. As Steamboat Springs gathers in our public library, we join citizens around the world to celebrate a free exchange of ideas and knowledge, standing with the Iraqi people who have endured so much, and others at home and abroad who are unable to make their voices heard. Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here has grown to become an important organization that stands for freedom of speech and expression. On this 10th anniversary of the bombing of the ancient city's literary center, readings will take place in locations such as Paris, Dubai, Berlin, Baghdad, Washington, D.C., London and Steamboat Springs.
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Talks/Lectures
Ancient Voices/Modern Rhythms–Inspiration & Technique
Join artist MicheleRubin at the Depot Art Center for an enlightening slide show presentation that divulges the inspiration for her new glass works collection, 'Ancient Voices/Modern Rhythms'. The concept was born of a 5 week "bucket list" trip of color, culture, geology and light throughout the southwest. Rubin will share the "how and why" of the various glass techniques she used to create pieces that explore spiritual symbolism and expressions of ancient cultures through modern and abstract glass artwork.
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Opera, Classical (Solo Vocal)
Arias & Ensembles Concert
Performed by Opera Colorado’s Young Artists, this program features highlights from operatic and musical theater repertoire. Selections are performed as they would be on stage but without the use of sets and costumes, creating an intimate and engaging experience. The program ends with a Q&A session.
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Art Show, Gallery, Photography
Artist Reception
You are cordially invited to an artist reception with renowned nature photographer, Thomas D. Mangelsen at this exclusive MANGELSEN—Images of Nature Gallery event. Throughout the evening, Tom will be available for signing and sharing stories from his photographic adventures. If you cannot attend, email an art consultant at steamboatsprings@mangelsen.com or call customer support at 800-228-9686 to personally handle your fine art photography selections.
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Community Event
Ask-A-Lawyer Day
FREE LEGAL CLINIC The Mecklenburg County Bar Young Lawyers Division will host a free walk-in legal clinic on Sat., Nov. 12, 2016. The clinic will be held from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the Main Public Library at 310 North Tryon Street. Individuals in the community will have an opportunity to ask experienced lawyers questions regarding various legal issues. Interested persons will meet with a lawyer on a first come first served basis. Volunteer lawyers from the Mecklenburg County Bar will provide general information about the law in North Carolina, distribute pamphlets on legal issues and direct individuals to various community resources.
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