The Salida Police Department is proud to announce that they have received accreditation from their peers by earning the Professional Standards Compliance Award, which recognizes outstanding police and sheriff departments throughout Colorado based on 186 established professional standards.
The last concert of the Salida Aspen Concerts series will be a solo performance by classical guitarist Colin Davin at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, August 9 at the Salida High School auditorium, 26 Jones Avenue.
We will be working once again on the awesome new Cottonwood Trail.
A four-session course in September introducing the student to soft pastels with Susan Mayfield, an artist with 25 years of teaching experience.
Can you survive the night? Join the townspeople at 7:30 pm to register for Salida’s hottest new fun run.
With a performance record spanning more than 50 years and hailed as the “high priests of brass,” The American Brass Quintet is internationally recognized as one of the premier chamber music ensembles of our time. The ABQ has performed in the Salida Aspen Concerts series since it began 38 years ago, and will play again at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, August 2, at Salida High School auditorium, 26 Jones Avenue.
Although the total funding needs to be approved by the City Council and will depend on other operating needs identified during the budget process, we hope to be able to fund $50,000 in requests, with a maximum amount of $5,000 to any organization.
The Colorado Mountain Club will partner with the Pike National Forest to continue work on the Badger Flats Habitat Restoration Project near Lake George, CO August 2.
Salida Mountain Trails puts community donations to hard work to create premier trail network.
On Saturday July 12, the Denver Skatepark was the scene of the annual Skate For Life event hosted by by Walt Pourier of Stronghold Society, winner of one of this year’s Governor’s Leadership Awards.
The August meeting will be the first of a two-part lecture on “The Story of Earth” by Scott Adams. It is the story of planet Earth’s origins and its evolution to where it is today.
A new statewide poll shows that 77% of Coloradans support the designation of a Browns Canyon National Monument.
You are invited to attend the Princeton Peak Piano Retreat Annual Recital on Friday, August 1, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.at the BoatArk, home of Harvey and Jo Boatright, 30594 CR 371, Buena Vista. Dessert and Drinks follow the program.
Volunteer Saturday morning at the Salida School Garden on Holman Ave. 9:00 am – 12:00 noon.
The garden is booming and we’d love your help! Children welcome, but kids under 12 must be attended by and adult.
I perceive a trend that has been ongoing for a long time — and that is a movement away from elected officials actually running their cities.
Captain Zipline and GARNA have come together for the 2nd year to offer a chance to experience the thrill of our local Aerial Course at a great price while supporting GARNA.
We are looking for volunteers both in Salida and up at Monarch Mountain on Wednesday, August 20th.
Pancakes ~OR~ Biscuits & Gravy
Includes: Scrambled Eggs – Sausage – Coffee – Juice
Saturday, August 2nd, from 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
$6.00 Per Person (Children under 6 FREE)
129 West Sackett Street (Corner of Sackett & G. St.)
Info: Call 539-2682
GARNA has invited experiential educator John Hankla to bring a few cast dinosaur skeletons from the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History to Salida and present a program about recent discoveries in Utah. Attendees will get up-close and see the “murderous monster” Terataphoneus and the bizarre Cosmosceratops.
Claire Erickson of Buena Vista and Samuel McKnight of Salida — winners of music scholarships each worth $1000 – will be recognized on stage July 23 (Wed) during Salida Aspen Concerts’ third concert of the season at Salida High School auditorium, 26 Jones Avenue.