What’s happening in Glenwood
April 2, 2014
The monthly Glenwood Springs Contra Dance takes place on Saturday, April 5, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at 915 School Street.
It starts with a beginner walk through and casual instruction, and all dances are taught. No experience necessary, and no partner needed.
Come just to listen to great live Old Time Music and stay for the dance. Cost $8 at the door. For more information call 970-366-6213.
Wash the dog at High Tails in West Glenwood this Sunday.
High Tails is hosting the Dundee's Dog Wash Memorial Fund-raiser, which is a dog wash benefit on Sunday, April 6, beginning at noon.
A dog wash and nail trim goes for just $15, and proceeds go to off-set unexpected vet bills for local families.
Aspen Short Film Fest
Experience short films from around the world at the 23rd Annual Aspen Shortfest.
The event is begins on Tuesday, April 8, at 1 p.m. at 320 Hyman Avenue in Aspen.
Festival-goers will enjoy a film-filled week featuring nightly screenings and moderated conversations with opportunities to interact with visiting filmmakers in lively roundtable discussions and more.
For more information call 970-920-5770 or visit http://www.aspenshowtix.com
We all scream for …
The weather is warming up and it's time for some ice cream.
Sweet Adventures, located downtown at 722 Cooper Avenue, offers 32 flavors of premium ice cream, along with sundaes, ice cream floats, shakes and malts.
Take a walk down memory lane and browse the nostalgia candy, and quench your thirst with a choice of more than 70 flavors of bottled retro and nostalgic soda from across the country. For more information call 970-945-7529 or visit http://www.glenwoodadventure.com/sweet-adventures-ice-cream-in-glenwood-springs/
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