Our local chapter of 350.org is sponsoring a “Draw the Line” (in opposition to the KXL tar sands carbon product Pipeline) event/demonstration. 12 Noon, September 21 at F St. Bridge.
The 29th running of the Buena Vista Autumn Color Run will be held Saturday September 21st. Offered under a USDA special use permit the ACR boasts one of the best half marathon courses in Colorado. Beginning above Cottonwood Lake the half marathon follows forest service and county roads through aspen trees that are traditionally near their peak on the third weekend of September.
A great fundraiser and an excellent way to spent and evening cruising around with other happy bikers.
The Friday enrichment series provides students with fun, hands-on, educational opportunities to learn about where food comes from and how local foods are grown by assisting with all aspects of the 2013 harvest season. In addition, students will get to directly assist with foods being harvested for the Salida School District School Lunch Program.
Before we all grab our rubber boots and shovels and head down to volunteer, here are a few good sites for updates on flood needs. http://www.helpcoloradonow.com/ and http://www.helpcoloradonow.com/ Please help keep the Citizen updated with local fundraising efforts, volunteer work crews, or other activities you may know of that are helping with the relief efforts. We will post
Only in very few cases is it OK to include sales tax in the price charged to customers. Although governed by the state, this question comes up frequently at the City. We are posting this information for the education of local vendors in an effort to help them be in compliance! The Department of Revenue’s website has more information.
Over 500 Racers for Colorado High School Cycling League Series Opener in Granby.
Ramsey Lama, 32 of Salida Colorado, sustained a life threatening injury while mountain bike riding the Monarch Crest Trail on 8/24/2013. It is a touching story because we are able to share how some amazing and awesome people we met on the trail that day worked together as a team to provide life saving assistance to Ramsey prior to the arrival of the Chaffee County Rescue Team and Flight For Life.
Don’t miss tonights screening of The Rider and the Wolf, the story of Mike Rust, produced by Grit and Thistle Film Company of Salida. Also today, Bike Rodeo at Longfellow and a 5:30 Mtn Bike Ride educating the public on trail building.
Joseph McKeever, 41 year-old Salida-area resident, remains in critical condition at St. Anthony Hospital in Denver after being shot in the stomach by 67 year-old Salida resident Edward Cadugan Little Wolf near the 200 block of G Street September 10.
Bike Fest 2013 has arrived! The fun begins Wednesday, Sept. 11 and runs through Sunday, Sept. 15. Events this year will include a social mixer, film fest, chainless bike race, pump track competition, bike parade, Banana Belt Mountain Bike Ride, the Monarch Crest Crank and many more family, friendly events.
Proceeds from this year’s Jewel Ball will help fund HRRMC’s Certified Athletic Trainer Program, according to Foundation Director Kimla Robinson. The hospital underwrites the services of two certified athletic trainers, Dan Evans and Jamie Baker, in six area high schools, including Buena Vista, Cotopaxi, Moffat, Saguache, Salida and Westcliffe.
The one-hour class will be held the second Wednesday of every month at the Salida hospital. It is designed for community members who are considering a hip, knee or shoulder replacement, or for patients who are already scheduled for a joint replacement at HRRMC.
“The Scientific Experience and Religion” is the September topic for the Central Colorado Humanists discussion group, meeting Sunday, September 15, from 10:00 to 1:00 at Dan and Ann Bishop’s house, 10290 Chippewa Circle in Piñon Hills just north of Salida.
Chaffee County Health and Human Services is one of 57 groups across the state selected to provide in-person assistance to customers of Connect for Health Colorado, the new health insurance marketplace opening in October. Chaffee County Department of Health and Human Services will become part of the Connect for Health Assistance Network and will serve Chaffee and Lake counties, helping individuals, families and small employers consider health plan options, apply for insurance affordability programs, and sign up for health coverage.
A 41 year-old man is in critical condition after being shot in the stomach by a 67 year-old Salida resident near the 200 block of G Street at approximately 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 10.
September packs a full slate of activities supported or hosted by Salida Mountain Trails. The Top 5 events are listed below:
Salida Bike Fest Highlights
Please check out all the details at www.salidabikefest.com/schedule/ and pace yourself accordingly…
#1 Unchained love. Friday, September 13 – 5:00 p.m. – Salida Bike Fest Chainless Race – to benefit Salida Racing, the Salida High mountain bike team. (Details via link above.)
#2 A classic returns. Saturday, September 14 – 11 a.m. – Banana Belt Mountain Bike Race – [...]
Yes people, the rumors are true! The Banana Belt is back and better than ever! Saturday, September 14. Yep, that’s this Saturday!
Folks who’ve been here a few years know that the Banana Belt has been a post-Labor Day tradition in Salida for a long time. First run in the late 80′s and for every year through 2007, the Banana Belt Loop Race was a rite of passage between the summer tourist season and the sweet, crisp autumn when Salida cools [...]
The Greater Arkansas River Nature Association (GARNA) is offering a two-part photography workshop on creating abstract images from rust, stone, wood and other “useless” materials. Scott Adams will work with participants to photograph rusty pieces of metal, interesting woods and rocks in the field and create abstract images from these subjects.
The workshop will take place on Friday, September 27 from 2:00 until 3:30 p.m. and on Monday, October 7 from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m. Both sessions will be at the [...]
On September 10th, voters in Colorado Springs and Pueblo will be asked if they want to do something never done before in Colorado’s 137-year history: recall their state senators.