Stuff by Jeanne Souldern

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    Winter farmer’s market provides local delights

    Carbondale Art’s annual Deck the Walls Artisan Market will also feature a winter farmer’s market this year, on Dec. 18 (from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Dec. 19 (from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.) at The Launchpad.

    Alongside the work of 55 local artisans filling the Deck… read more →

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    Two Rivers Community School applies for RFSD membership

    It was a full house, with standing room only, at the in-person Dec. 8 regular meeting of the Roaring Fork School District (RFSD) Board of Education at the district’s Carbondale office.

    Over 60 people, including Two Rivers Community School (TRCS) parents, teachers and students, were in attendance to… read more →

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    Much more than just flowers

    It’s the end of another busy day for the Susan’s Flowers & Artisan Boutique staff. The shop is closed, but the bustle and cheer inside haven’t stopped — the telephone is still ringing and a final tidying up of displays commences. All is in step with the holiday season’s hectic… read more →

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    Luis Yllanes to lead 5Point Film

    On Nov. 29, 5Point Film announced Luis Yllanes would become their new executive director.

    Yllanes, who will take the reins at 5Point Film on Dec. 22, is leaving his position as chief operating officer at the Aspen Art Museum (AAM), where he has served in various roles for the past… read more →

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    A portrait of friendship

    The Powers Art Center sits on a hill above Highway 82 at mile marker 13, about a mile upvalley from the Highway 133 intersection. There, at the top of the winding dirt road, sits a jewel: a Colorado-red sandstone building, like a ruby, in a setting of sage,read more →

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    RFSD board approves one-time staff bonuses

    At a Nov. 10 meeting, two outgoing Roaring Fork School District (RFSD) board members — Jennifer Rupert and Jennifer Scherer — were honored with resolutions recognizing their service. Rupert served for six years, including three as board president and Scherer served for four years. Board President Natalie Torres also read… read more →

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    Season of giving opens with Tom’s Door

    When I moved to Carbondale before Christmas 2018, I wanted to send a taste of Colorado back to friends and family in my native Minnesota. One day, while waiting for a table at The Village Smithy, I found a display rack filled with greeting cards, each decorated with a photo… read more →

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    Wheels of opportunity with Project Bike Tech

    Project Bike Tech (PBT) provides high schools with two years of curriculum, a bike shop complete with bike stands, bike repair manuals and loads of fix-it tools from Park Tool.

    “It comes with a whole lot of benefits from the [bike] industry,” said PBT Executive Director Mercedes Ross. The nonprofit… read more →

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    RFSD habla de vacunas y comunicaciones bilingües

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    La reunión de la junta de educación del distrito escolar de Roaring Fork (RFSD) del 27 de octubre, llevada a cabo a través de Zoom, se centró en las implicaciones de la vacuna COVID-19 de Pfizer para los niños de cinco a once años. Además, la… read more →

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    Vets heal trauma through music

    The late songwriter and guitar virtuoso Michael Hedges once said, “I play guitar because it helps me dream out loud.”

    Challenge America, a national nonprofit based in Basalt, is hoping to give veterans the chance to dream out loud by participating in Challenge America’s Guitars forread more →