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Great weather to be outside with just enough heat to set the Arkansas at a perfect level for the river events. So grab your flip-flops and head for the river!
The early phases of the construction of homes for the Jenn Fisher and Cristyl Nuzum families are moving ahead
Best of Salida is in it’s second year of production and culminates in an annual Reader’s Choice Poll listing the best of a wide range of categories.
Simpler forms and new program reduce paperwork and speed process
Ark Valley Permaculture
Early Season Garden Tour, Discussion and Dessert
Thursday, June 24, 6PM to 8PM
Meet at 438 G Street (promptly please)
Join us in touring five gardens. See how they are set up and discuss how each works. Explore permaculture principles in action.
Denise Ackert: food not lawns
Paula and Ed Berg: greenhouse produce production
Tom Pokorny: season extension in action
Anne and John Graham: personal greenhouse in adverse conditions
Merry Cox: edible food forest
And of course: luscious dessert and lively conversation about
sustainable gardens using Permaculture Principles
With the river running high, and rafters, kayakers and boarders to the fore, it is time to take a look back at a different side of the Arkansas River.
No specific training is necessary, you just need a vehicle, a digital camera, and an interest in documenting the history of our County for the education and enjoyment of our citizens.
The owners of Manjati’s have remodeled the interior of the restaurant to provide an inviting and relaxing atmosphere to all their customers. A large wall water fountain was been built out of recycled tile which fills the dining room with the sound of falling water
Grab your friends, a spot on the lawn, perhaps a cold New Belgium brew and enjoy the sweet sounds of these fine musicians.
A German kayaker sponsored by Klepper, Erich Seidel first came to Salida in 1953 and paddled his way to become the champion of the Classic FIBArk Downriver Race.
FIBArk’s 62nd year continues the rich and fascinating history of the whitewater festival. Whether the idea started as a result of idle talk over coffee by a group of Salida businessmen, or as a dare for bragging rights by boaters over beer, word of the Arkansas River Race challenge went mouth to mouth and people became interested.
This meeting is being held to discuss forming a 501C non-profit organization that will make it possible for a concessioner to operate a tourist train from Salida to Buena Vista. Come and join us on June 24th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Salida Library (downstairs), 405 E St., Salida. Any questions? Call Sharon at
Visit the City of Salida’s new website (www.cityofsalida.com) to see the packet for Tuesday June 15th’s
Fib-Ark is one week away and it looks to be as big as ever and will draw in a lot of visitors in to our City.
Colorado Farm To Table (CFTT) begins its 15th season with a long-awaited 1,440 square foot modern greenhouse, new equipment repair shop and water well, all built with support from every part of the community.
June 10 is Small Business Day, and Marilyn Laverty, director of the Small Business Development Center, says “Its small businesses are holding on, committed to keeping their employees and cutting costs to the bone to get through this economic downturn.”
This once-a-month SMT Shindig Trail Work Day will build new trail at the North Backbone northern terminus. Lunch will be served after the trail work around 2:00pm.
The 15th harvest season opens with a celebratory event at the Smeltertown site, 7750 CR150 in Salida. Colorado Farm To Table will open its long-awaited 1,440 square foot greenhouse to the community. The fun-filled family community celebration will feature a special dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting. Enjoy live bluegrass music featuring Ashleigh Caudill & Narrow Guage, refreshments, and tours of the new greenhouse and shop. All are welcome to join the circle of friends, neighbors, volunteers and contributors who helped to make [...]
The weekend of June 26-27, Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado will host a trail construction project to add 2.5 miles to Salida’s planned 40-mile Arkansas Hills Trail System.