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    WINTER WORDS WITH KWAME ALEXANDER

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    WINTER WORDS WITH KWAME ALEXANDER
    FEBRUARY 15, 2023 @ 6:00 PM
    SHOW @ 6:00PM | DOORS @ 5:30PM
    TICKETS ON SALE 12/1
    SEATED SHOW
    Genre: Lecture
    PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ASPEN WORDS

    Join us for a conversation with poet, educator, publisher and Newbery Honor-winning…

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    Basalt falls to defending champ Eaton

    Basalt traveled to two-time defending state champion Eaton on Saturday, Nov. 12, hoping to earn a spot in this weekend’s semifinals. The Longhorns and the Fighting Reds carried winning streaks of ten games and 9 games, respectively, into the matchup, but only one team could move on.

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    Musician makes the world a smaller place, one song at a time

    Eli Lev’s love of travel and sincere interest in world cultures have outfitted the singer-songwriter with a unique toolkit for musical storytelling.

    Lev will, as he says, “make the world a smaller place” by bringing his indie folk and Americana music leanings, with an “originals and covers set,” to the… read more →

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    Basalt Report: Approval reached for Center Circle development

    On Tuesday, Aug. 23, Basalt Town Council reached decisions regarding several ordinances and resolutions, most notably the non-unanimous decision to approve the development of a three-story apartment complex and space for a grocery store at 140 Basalt Center Circle, previously home to Clark’s Market and Habitat ReStore. The regular… read more →

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    Basalsa is back!

    This year, the celebration is partnering with The Buddy Program for a family-friendly day of dance.

    “Bring your kids, bring your friends, bring your grandparents, bring mom and dad,” said Kathryn Sansone, The Buddy Program’s development director.

    The event was founded in 2008 to promote cultural diversity in Basalt. Photographer… read more →

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    ¡Basalsa está de regreso!

    Traducción por Claudia Pawl

    Este año, la celebración se asocia con el Buddy Program para lograr un día de baile familiar.

    “Traiga a sus hijos, traiga a sus amigos, traiga a sus abuelos, traiga a mamá y papá”, dijo Kathryn Sansone, directora de desarrolloread more →

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    Intimate Locality: The art of color with Andy Taylor

    On Thursday, July 21, the Ann Korologos Gallery on Basalt’s Midland Avenue presented a new collection of work by Carbondale artist Andy Taylor.  It was the opening night and artist reception for Taylor’s  solo exhibition titled “The Art of Color”, featuring landscapes painted in either oil or pastel.… read more →

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    Basalt Report: New public works manual approved

    With spring break and a slim agenda before it, the Basalt Town Council’s regular meeting was wrapped up in less than 30 minutes Tuesday night. Mayor Bill Kane described those present to take care of the town’s business as “a skeleton crew,” owing to absences of Councilor David Knight and… read more →

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    Basalt greenlights solar project and police station

    At its regular meeting, virtually held, January 25, the Basalt Town Council approved the hiring of Golden-based McKinstry Essention LLC to evaluate, plan, select the site and design the Town’s first solar and battery storage project.

    Members swiftly powered through the passage of three ordinances after second readings and four… read more →

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    Basalt Town Council approves budget

    The Basalt Town Council buzzed through its business on Nov. 23. All seven members voted in roll calls to unanimously approve 10 different measures, including the momentarily problematic adoption of the Town’s $49.3 million 2022 budget. Town Councilor David Knight and Town Manager Ryan Mahoney participated via Zoom. Less than… read more →