Posted by Admin on May 7, 2010
The Southwest Conservation Corps is launching its first Learn & Serve program this summer to engage middle school students
Posted by Merrell Bergin on May 6, 2010
August 27th-28th, 2010. A juried show, providing an opportunity to meet a variety of artists in their studios, observe the creative processes, view their artistic work and give the artists an opportunity to sell their art, music and writing to the public.
Posted by Citizen Team on May 5, 2010
Their next big event is Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 21
Posted by Eric Tauer on May 5, 2010
The next Salida Mountain Trails Shindig is on Saturday, May 8th, 2010!
Salida Mountain Trails (SMT) requests volunteer assistance for the trail workday & lunch on Saturday, May 8th, 2010. Meet at 9:00AM at the Kiosk near the Spiral Drive gate.
Trail work will consist of trail construction and maintenance around “S” Mountain. After the trail work is completed, the trail crew will regroup at about 2:00pm behind Absolute Bikes and The Salida Cafe to enjoy food, drink, and conversation.
Posted by Citizen Team on May 4, 2010
Guidestone’s keystone education program, Farmhands, provides opportunities for children and school groups to put their hands in the soil throughout the spring, summer, and fall seasons.
Posted by Lee Hart on May 4, 2010
Salida artist Jimmy Descant reports on what he sees, smells and feels from his native New Orleans
Posted by Laura Neff on May 3, 2010
The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather,
“Which wolf will win?”
The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you feed.”
Posted by Hayden Mellsop on May 2, 2010
This spring has caused us to consider: what do Buddhism, fly fishing and Pavlov share in common?
Posted by Steve Stucko on May 2, 2010
This is the first system of it’s kind installed in Colorado, and a first for Salida based Peak Solar. This installation really demonstrates how green energy can benefit rural communities like Salida.
Posted by Citizen Team on May 2, 2010
Weekly cartoon by Liam Walsh
Posted by Chuck Rose on April 30, 2010
Friday, April 30th is the Grand Opening of The Touber Building. The festivities start at 2:00 PM. Everyone is invited. The remodeling of the the old Hospital is complete and Chaffee County Health and Social Services are open for business. Salida’s City Hall is mostly housed in the older wing of the building that was built in 1900. There will be tours of the new facility so we can all appreciate the transformation.
The Grand [...]
Posted by Steve Stucko on April 30, 2010
Rooted in the tradition of bluegrass, the music of Head for the Hills is a vibrant mixture of homegrown compositions, traditional harmonies, and an innovative approach to improvisation.
Posted by Citizen Team on April 28, 2010
A great way to give back to this fabulous, FREE festival is to volunteer.
Ask The Tech(0)
Posted by Admin on April 28, 2010
FREE! Drop into our online classroom and ask your questions on Friday April 30 4-6 pm. It’s easy and fun! We’ll have video, screen sharing and more! Pre-registration not required however, if you do register below we will send you a reminder email when it starts!
Go here on Friday at 4pm: virtual meeting room, enter your email address and you will be provided a phone number to call in. You can also use the mic [...]
Posted by Admin on April 28, 2010
The iPad will be a special guestFree advise, troubleshooting, presentations, demo equipment, and entertainment! All at Salida’s favorite entertainment venue The Salida Cafe.
Come join the fun and show Salida Cafe that techies can have fun too! Meet other Mac users. Even if you are just curious about Macs or only own an iPod, this event is for you.
applejuice tech has been ambitiously planning a first-ever tech gathering to be held in Salida CO on [...]
Posted by Merrell Bergin on April 28, 2010
Merrell Bergin learns about the Artist in Residence program now underway for the 4th time in Salida, from Sue Keyes, Salida ArtWorks Liaison to Colorado Art Ranch and Sue Mills, Salida ArtWorks Board member.
Posted by Admin on April 27, 2010
Al-Anon Family Groups (including Alateen for younger members) is a source of understanding, help, and hope to families and friends of alcoholics.
Posted by Bill Donavan on April 26, 2010
Salidian Sam Bricker flew to India this week to work with alpine cinematography greats. He’ll be filming an alpine ascent that has the international climbing world on the edge of it’s seat.
Posted by GARNA on April 26, 2010
Have you looked out your window and wondered what kind of bird is that? At least 465 species of birds have been seen in Colorado. Do you want to learn to tell them apart? Interested in knowing more about what birds are found in the Upper Arkansas Valley and how they survive? If so, join this GARNA program to explore the world of birds. In two classes and one field trip, we will discuss topics in bird identification, birding equipment, [...]
Posted by Steve Stucko on April 26, 2010
The Science of Mind Study Group meets every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. at the United Methodist Church (4th & D Streets). SOM is based on the teachings of Ernest Holmes, a 20th century philosopher and spiritual leader. SOM incorporates the spiritual truth that underlies all religious systems. In our study circle, we’re likely to be reading Eckhart Tolle and Deepak Chopra as well as passages from the Bible. The [...]