press releases
The Irwin snow cat skiing area located just outside of
Irwin, Colorado will be the venue for the Irwin Guides Ski
Mountaineering Race, presented by Griggs Orthopedics and
Millet on December 6th, 2014. Located just miles from Crested
Butte above the old mining townsite of Irwin in the Ruby Range
of the Elk Mountains, the opening event of the USSMA Series will
showcase the fastest backcountry ski racers in North America.
This isolated venue can only be accessed by snowcat or
snowmobile in the winter months, creating a truly unique
backcountry experience for a racers and spectators alike.
Mothering Support Group - Meets Monthly in Gunnison and
Crested Butte - sponsored by Gunnison Valley Health
A Mothering Support Group sponsored by Gunnison
Valley Health is available in both Gunnison and Crested Butte.
The group meets twice a month for an hour to provide support
and guidance to pregnant women and new mothers regarding
feeding and parenting choices. A certified lactation consultant is
available to help with breast-feeding questions. The group meets
the first Monday of every month in Gunnison at 5:00 p.m. at the
Education House, 300 E. Denver, and the last Thursday of every
month at 10am at the Oh Be Joyful Church, 625 Maroon Ave. The
cost is free. Babies and toddlers welcome. For more information
please contact, Julie Bremer at [email protected] GVH
- Mothering Support Group
Mountain High Music Festival
The Mountain High Music Festival is slated for January
15th – 18th, 2015 and is coming in hot with a STELLAR lineup of
musicians, songwriters and talent galore. The MHMF is working
hard to bring an event to Crested Butte that will be a keystone
and iconic event EVERY January! Dean Dillon has some of the
biggest talent in the industry on hand, and people should be
coming from near and far! There will be an Event Program for all
participants and it’s a great way to get your business in their eyes,
ears, and hands. See the attached Ad Spec sheet for details on
how to get your ad in there today.
Check out the website for the lineup, tickets, partners,
sponsors, and all the latest regarding the Festival.
CFGV – Western Slope Rural Philanthropy Days
Mark your calendars for the first in a series of educational seminars for Western Slope
nonprofits: Tuesday, November 11 at 9:00 a.m. Details are provided on the below link, and registration
is NOW OPEN. Please feel free to email the CFGV office with any questions. Don’t miss it!
Chamber Board Positions
The Board of Directors of the Crested Butte/Mt. Crested Butte Chamber of Commerce is seeking
nominations for two board positions. The positions consist of 3-year terms. All applicants must be
members in good standing of the Chamber and have a desire to bring energy, volunteer time, and ideas
to the organization.
Winter Economic Forecast! – Stay Tuned
The Chamber is planning the annual Winter Economic Forecast and more info will be coming
very shortly. Any items of interest or desired discussions, please feel free to reach out to the Chamber.
The Gunnison/Crested Butte communities donated a significant number of items during the
GBW October Coat and Boot drive! These gently used items are available at no cost to people in the
Gunnison valley who need them. We have a variety of heavy and light weight coats, jackets, fleece, vests,
shoes, and boots for men, women and children in our community. The donated items are in excellent
If you or anyone in your family is in need of a warm coat or winter boots, please go to Gunnison
Community Church Monday-Thursday; 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Located at: 107 N. Iowa in Gunnison.
Please walk through the front doors of the church, then down the stairs and to your left.
This opportunity is available until November 26 or until all items are gone!
During the Coat & Boot Drive our community received a significant number of donations that
will continue to keep our community warm. The Gunnison Business Women would like to thank the
Gunnison and Crested Butte communities for the continuous generosity and support. We also appreciate
the help from Gunnison Community Church for providing the space so families can come select their
coats and boots! Team work makes the dream work. Thank you!
Over 600 prescribers and pharmacies in the State are receiving a notification today from the
Colorado Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) that a patient they treat obtained potentially
dangerous amounts of controlled substances from multiple prescribers and pharmacies.
In one instance, a patient obtained prescriptions from 11 different prescribers and 10 different
pharmacies within 30 days, amounting to potentially harmful quantities of potent prescription drugs.
Another person obtained over 1,600 pills of oxycodone and hydrocodone from multiple prescribers and
dispensers in one month.
These “push-notices” sent Wednesday are the first following enabling legislation passed this year
that allows the database to send information to healthcare prescribers and dispensers (HB14-1283).
Practitioners receiving a push-notice are asked to use their clinical judgment to determine the appropriate
“More people in Colorado now die from opioid overdoses than from drunk-driving related
crashes. At a time when our state is experiencing nearly four times the number of opioid overdose deaths
as we did 12 years ago, it is essential for prescribers and dispensers to have access to the information they
need to make an informed decision” said Lauren Larson, Director of the Division of Professions and
Occupations, part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies, which administers the PDMP.
The PDMP is a statewide database of controlled substances dispensed to Colorado patients.
The push-notices are just one part of a statewide effort to reduce prescription drug abuse while
protecting access for legitimate health needs. The Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse
Prevention (Consortium), created in 2013 by Governor Hickenlooper, is spearheading the statewide
response to what has been called the prescription drug abuse epidemic.
The information is made available to prescribers and pharmacists to make more informed
prescribing decisions. The database was created in 2005 to help curb doctor-shopping, a tactic used to
secure prescription drugs from multiple sources for misuse, abuse or diversion, but this is the first year
push-notices are authorized.
“The PDMP push-notices help to alert healthcare practitioners when there may be a problem,
and to coordinate care when a practitioner may not otherwise know someone else is prescribing to the
same patient. Other states that have implemented push-notices have witnessed up to a 74% drop in
doctor-shopping. Now, thanks to the General Assembly, the stakeholders and the Consortium who
supported the legislation, Colorado has the ability to send this valuable information to the practitioners
that need it,” said Larson.
Watch more about the PDMP, told through the eyes of a father and the healthcare practitioners
that use the database: Colorado Prescription Drug Monitoring Program - A Father’s Story.
Gunnison Community School will host a Book Fair on November 10-14 from 8:30-6:30 Monday
– Thursday and 8:30-4:30 on Friday. Funds raised will help purchase books for classrooms and our school
library. The community is invited to attend this fun reading event that helps inspire children to become
lifelong readers.
Again this year, children who purchase a book for their teacher’s classroom library may enter a
raffle to win a basket full of books and goodies.
In addition, the Book Fair will feature the All for Books™ program, where kids can share the
thrill of reading by donating loose change to purchase books from the Book Fair for Rockin’ Rita’s Book
Bus. Scholastic matches monetary donations with a donation of up to one million books, which go to
national non-profit organizations dedicated to helping families in need, such as the Kids in Distressed
Situations and Kids In Need Foundation.
You can also shop online now through November 22 at with free
shipping to the school.
We hope to see you and thank you for your continued support.
People have been stopping me a lot since the ad for a new Director of the Museum was put in the
paper 2 weeks ago. To help make things clearer, I wanted to share the direction the Museum is taking. The
Board of Directors accepted a proposal I gave to them at the September meeting. I am not leaving the
Museum, I am just transitioning. We have created a new job called Outreach Coordinator and I am going
to fill that position. I will be a liaison to the public. I will still give the Walking Tours, Field Trips for the
school, help with the reunions for the old time families, etc. I will be one-quarter time, so my hours will
be greatly reduced.
Most importantly, I am thrilled the Board is allowing me to continue to be a part of the Museum.
It has been the best job I could ever have had. I am so lucky to have worked with such a great staff and
wonderful Board members for the past 10 years! I feel it is time for new energy to help run the Museum
–someone with social media skills. You know me, I’m a talker not a texter!! Also, I am still very healthy
and want to hike more in the summers!!
A huge thank you goes out to all of you in this wonderful community that have been a part of the
Museum either by being a member, volunteering, shopping here, or attending events. The Museum could
not have been such an amazing success without all of you taking part. My heartfelt gratitude is coming
your way!!
Keep supporting your local Museum-it is a very important part of this community!!
Cheers, Glo
Crazy About Street Arts Camp!
This Friday, November 7th we’re taking it to the streets – inside – for an exciting day of art camp!
Camp will be held from 12:30 – 4:30 p.m., and a snack and beverage are included in the $32 registration
fee. Two age groups to choose from: Group A: Ages 5 – 8 and Group B: Ages 9 – 12. Instructors Gail Sovick
and Christy Besecker will lead students through street-art themed games, snacks and activities. Kids will
have a blast learning a fun hip hop dance routine and how to graffiti letter their own name. Great for both
boys and girls. Camp will be held in the newly renovated GAC Dance Studio, 102 South Main Street. To
register please call (970) 641-4029 or visit
November ArtWalk
This Friday, November 7th don't miss the opening reception and First Fridays ArtWalk at the
Gunnison Arts Center, 102 South Main Street. In the Main Gallery view the Community Open Show:
“IMAGINE THIS!” Every November the GAC holds its annual Open Exhibit. This is an opportunity for
local and emerging artists to submit their work for display in a dynamic and diverse community show.
Then travel upstairs to the Upper Gallery for the Gunnison Arts Center Arts Classes Showcase to see the
amazing work that students of all ages have been creating during our summer and fall visual arts classes.
For more information please call (970) 641-4029 or visit
November Book Talk
This Thursday, November 6th at 7:00 p.m. join the GAC for a gathering of literary enthusiasts
for Book Talk, free and open to the public. This month they will discuss Vintage Munro by Alice Munro.
This book features a classic collection of short stories in which Nobel Laureate Alice Munro unfolds the
wordless secrets that lie at the center of human experience. GAC Book Talk meets on the first Thursday of
each month, September through June. Visit for more information.
Cocoa AND Clay Family Event
Bring the whole family to this alcohol-free : “AND” Series event open to all ages this Sunday,
November 9th from 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. We’ll sip on deliciously decadent hot cocoa and craft a hand-made
mug just in time for winter. No experience is necessary. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an
adult. Pieces will be fired in our kilns and are available for pick-up one week after the event. Space is
limited so sign up soon by calling (970) 641-4029 or visiting $35 for one adult and
one child, $10 for every additional child per adult.
Drop into Dance
Curious about dance classes? There’s still a few more weeks in the GAC Fall Dance Session to
drop into classes. $10 per class, for more information just give us a call at (970) 641-4029. Class schedules:
MICKIES & MINNIES (Ages 2 – 4): Mondays, 10:15 – 11:00 a.m. BELLY DANCE (Ages 8+): Mondays,
7:30 – 8:30 p.m. HIP HOP (Ages 13+): Tuesdays, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. TAP I (Ages 13+): Wednesdays, 7:30
– 8:30 p.m. COUNTRY SWING (Ages 16+): Fridays, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Additional information is available
on our website,
Gunnison Valley Youth Fiddlers
The second session of Gunnison Valley Youth Fiddlers (GVYF) is about to begin! Dates are
Tuesdays and Thursdays, Nov. 11th - Dec. 16th, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Registration is $80. The GVYF is a group
strings program open to students grade 3-12 focusing on violin, viola, cello and upright bass. This program
will follow along with the Suzuki method. The goal of this program is to create a community youth
symphony and fiddlers group in an encouraging and fun environment. Students must supply their own
instruments and music books. Visit our website for information on where to get instruments and how to
size for it. Instructors: Drew Murdza, Laura Anderson, Jenny Hill and Kelsey Hollenbaugh. For more
information or to register give us a call at (970) 641-4029 or visit
Art Studio
111 Elk Avenue in Crested Butte; (970) 349-7044; [email protected] Reserve the Art
Studio for private paint your own pottery, art lessons; art events and parties; or for a Shared Artist Space.
Thanksgiving/Hanukkah Paint Your Own Pottery: Saturday, November 15 & Sunday, November
16, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Prices vary
Make a special dish or other memento for honored family gatherings during Thanksgiving and
Hanukkah during this special Paint Your Own Pottery! We have strategically scheduled painting days
before major holidays like Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas, so you can be sure to have plenty of
time to paint gifts and ship them off, paint to have decorations ready, or paint purely for the fun of it! We
fire the kiln on the Monday directly after each set of painting days, with pieces ready for pick up two days
later on Wednesday from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Pieces range in price from $5 - $55. Pay only for what you
paint. Other Holiday Painting Days: Christmas: Saturday, December 6 & Sunday, December 7, 3:00 - 6:00
p.m. and Saturday, December 13 & Sunday, December 14, 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. Drop in anytime during the
hours listed next to each date. No need to sign up or call in advance.
Paint By Appointment
We continue to offer our space for Painting Appointments. This works well if you cannot paint
on our scheduled dates, if you would like to host a painting party, or if you want to ensure the space is
available for your group only. Pieces from a Painting Appointment will be fired with our next scheduled
kiln firing. A Painting Appointment costs $50 per group for a two hour session, plus the cost of what you
choose to paint. If you’d like to have your pieces fired and ready before that time, you may choose to fire
the kiln directly after your session for an additional $55 fee. Please note that it takes two full days for the
kiln to be fired, cooled, and unloaded.
The Other One - The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir: Thursday, November 20, 7:00 p.m. $10
Drop out of school to ride with the Merry Pranksters. Form America’s most enduring jam band.
Become a family man and father. Reconnect with your parents late in life. Never stop chasing the muse.
Bob Weir took his own path to and through superstardom as rhythm guitarist for The Grateful Dead. TFF
alum and director Mike Fleiss (God Bless Ozzy Osbourne) reimagines the whole, wild journey in a
magnetic rock doc and concert film that never quite leads to where you think it is going. In Weir’s
distinctively styled words: “You have to see it to see it.” Guided by bandmates, contemporaries, followers,
family, and, of course, Weir himself, The Other One is an ambitious look at the counter-culture and music
scenes that defined The Dead. Weir is its rock, delivering unexpected lessons on handling success,
especially when it gains popularity you never dreamed possible. Running time is 90 minutes. Doors open
at 6:30 p.m.
Warren Miller - No Turning Back: Saturday, November 22, 7:00 p.m. $10
Paying homage to the 65 years of mountain culture and adventure filmmaking that has lead WME to
every end of the winter world, No Turning Back takes a legacy that dates back to before skis had edges
and mountains had condos and runs with it to the steepest peaks around the globe and back to the Mom
and Pop hills that define skiing and riding. Since he began creating films in 1949, Warren Miller has
known that as skiers and riders, there’s no need to look back. We have to continuously drive to keep our
edge and chase the snow. This year, WME proves that not much has changed when it comes to why it is
these athletes tilt and turn down mountains and pray for storms. Sheer delight. A full roster of worldclass athletes, including Crested Butte’s own Seth Morrison and Heather Paul, ski enviable lines in Greece,
Japan, Switzerland, France, Norway, Montana, Alaska, and Colorado. Welcome this winter season with
No Turning Back.
All tickets now on sale. For comprehensive event information and tickets visit; 970-349-7487, or the Center at 606 Sixth Street in Crested Butte from 9:00
a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, or find us on Facebook.
Rise in Ebola-related investment website names raises suspicion.
Following the outbreak of Ebola in western Africa and its appearance in North America, the
Colorado Division of Securities, a Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) division, today cautioned
investors to be aware of opportunistic Internet-based investment schemes related to the disease.
“Past experience tells us that periods of uncertainty or fear are prime time for con artists looking
to make a quick score,” said Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome. “Investors should approach with
caution any unsolicited Ebola-related investment opportunities, especially those received through the
Commissioner Rome said an analysis of Internet domain names by the North American
Securities Administrators Association (NASAA), of which the Division is a member, found nearly 1,200
domains with “Ebola” in their name have been registered with top-level domains, such as .com, .net, .org
since April 2014. About 1,000 of those registrations have occurred since July, as awareness of the crisis
spread. Of these sites, 184 were identified as suspicious.
A review of Ebola-related domain names found several with the words “fund,” “invest,” “stock,”
or “futures” in their titles. For example, the following domain names have been registered:;;;;;; and Most of the domain names are
“parked” and have no content, indicating that either someone has purchased the domain hoping to re-sell
it, or that the content is not yet posted.
“While these sites have not been investigated, the review of domain names indicates that there
certainly appear to be those intent on raising Ebola-related funds or otherwise trying to leverage the crisis
for financial gain,” Rome said.
Rome reminds investors to use common sense. “Pie in the sky promises of quick wealth generally
are red flags signaling fraud ahead,” he said, and urges individuals to contact the Division to determine if
both the promoter of the investment and the investment itself are licensed and registered. If not, they may
be operating illegally. The Division can be reached at 303-894-2320.
Dance: The Free Community Ballroom Dance for Autumn is Saturday, November 15 from 6:00
- 9:00 p.m. at the Elk’s Lodge, 123 S. Main St. Gunnison. The Community Dance is Free, however
donations are always welcome to help offset the cost of renting the Elk's Lodge. You are welcome to bring
a finger food type snack to share. The Lodge bar is not available. Starting at 5:30 Bob and Rita will offer
a 30 minute refresher of basic Waltz dance steps. You don’t have to have a regular dance partner to attend.
Come join the fun. Any questions, please call Bob and Rita at 641-1292
Beginning November 1st, boat inspections for Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) at Curecanti
National Recreation Area will be provided to boaters on a call-in basis.
Inspections can be requested by calling the Blue Mesa AIS Inspection phone at (970) 209-2335
between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., 7 days a week. Boaters should expect a 20 minute response
time to boat ramps, so call ahead to meet the inspector at the ramp. Boaters are reminded that inspections
are required for launch and retrieval and ramps are locked, so calling for an inspection is necessary.
Call-in inspections will be available at Elk Creek and Lake Fork boat ramps until ice precludes
launching at each site. Those two boat ramps will not be plowed, though the adjacent parking areas will
be cleared of snow as quickly as possible. Ramps can become extremely icy in freezing conditions. Please
ensure that you have the proper equipment to retrieve your vessel considering these factors.
Due to freezing temperatures, decontamination will not be available; boats requiring
decontamination may be denied launch.
AIS Coordinator Gene Seagle adds, “Blue Mesa Reservoir remains the beautiful place we enjoy
so much thanks to the diligent efforts and cooperation of our boaters and anglers. Thank you for helping
us to keep Aquatic Invasive Species out of Blue Mesa Reservoir and thanks for a great boating season.”
A great group of skiing enthusiasts joined together at Gunnison Nordic season Kick Off last
week. Roanne Rouse Houck N.D., Carol Quinn, and Bryan Wickenhauser presented excellent preparation
tips to the skiers. Garlic Mike’s provided amazing pasta for the crowd and Kirsten Dickey/Off Center
Design & Signs provided logged stickers for all members. Gunnison Nordic and Crested Butte Nordic
provided updates for the ski season. Everyone in the room seemed excited for snow to come and ready
for a strong, and fun season.
Thank you to all who came to enjoy dinner together, show support for Gunnison Nordic and
are excited to ski! Special thanks to Rock ’n’ Roll Sports, Tomichi Cycles, Gene Taylor’s, All Sports Replay
and Double Shot Cyclery for your sponsorships. Think Snow! The Gunnison Nordic Board.
Canon City Community Blood Drive 11/4/2014 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Donations inside the
Community Room located at Evangelical Free Church 3000 E. Main Street, Canon City.
Gunnison Community Blood Drive 11/18/2014 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Donations inside the Aspinall
Wilson Center Conference Room located at Western State College 909 Escalante Drive, Gunnison.
La Jara, Conejos County Community Blood Drive 11/21/2014 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Donations inside
the LDS Church Social Hall located at La Jara LDS Church 716 Broadway, La Jara.
Salida Community Blood Drive 11/11/2014 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Donations inside the Masonic Lodge
Community Room located at Masonic Lodge 140 W. 3rd Street, Salida.
Now, more than ever, people are looking for ways to make a meaningful impact in their community.
You can do your part by giving what’s already inside you. Giving blood is one of the easiest ways you can
volunteer and give back to your community. Wherever your plans take you, be sure to take a little time to
help patients – today’s and tomorrow’s – in need.
Bonfils Blood Center provides blood and blood products to nearly 200 hospitals and healthcare facilities
throughout Colorado and beyond. Bonfils needs more than 3,000 people to donate blood every week to meet
the needs of the community and be prepared for any unforeseen events.
For more information about Bonfils Blood Center, please visit or call (303) 363-2300
or (800) 365-0006.
Gunnison Business Women would like to invite you to come join our association and attend our
next meeting November 12th from 12:05 to 12:55 at the Clarke Agency 241 N. Main St. The GBW ongoing
mission is to enhance Gunnison area women’s lives through a community of networking, support,
education, advocacy, honor, outreach, and socialization. We hope you can join us!
Bingo to benefit the Children’s Tuition Assistance Fund for West Elk Soo Bahk Do Martial Arts
will be this Friday, November 7th at the Elks Lodge, 123 S. Main Street. Tickets cost $10 each, which
includes your admission as well as a booklet of 10 bingo cards (one for each game played during the
night). Doors open at 6:30 and games begin at 7:30. Door prizes and cash payout! Purchase tickets in
advance by calling 901 7417. Thank you for supporting our children.
Get Your Goat 4-H Club has cancelled their Christmas Holiday Table Sale/Exchange set for
Nov.15th. Just didn't have enough interest at this time. Maybe next year!!! Thank you from Leaders and
Crested Butte Nordic’s Annual Meeting and Potluck Dinner will be held this Thursday,
November 6th, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at the Nordic Center. All are welcome to come celebrate the start of
another season with a delicious meal and a brief meeting. Please bring your favorite hot dish along with
a plate and utensils. Beverages will be provided.
Presented by the CB./Mt. CB Chamber of Commerce.
Save the date! Thursday, November 13th, 8:00 a.m. Join us at the CB Center for the Arts for
an annual discussion relating to upcoming sales/revenue expectations, tourism projections, economic
indicators, projected flights, customer service, and general business discussions. Food and beverage will
be provided. More info and an agenda to come shortly.
Sidewalks and Snow! – This on behalf of the Town Rec. Dept.
Winter is here, and the Crested Butte Parks & Recreation Department requests your assistance
maintaining safe sidewalks this snow season. Please remove all items from sidewalks so our crews may
gain access to perform snow removal during storm cycles. Per the Town Code, property owners/occupants
shall clear away snow and ice from the sidewalk adjacent their premises. Together we will keep the
sidewalks clear and safe for residents and visitors this winter.
The Guild is Re-Opening
The Guild, home of First Ascent Coffee Roasters and Mountain Oven Organic Bakery, will reopen
on Friday the 7th at 7:00 a.m. First Ascent will have its full drink menu available, and Mountain Oven
will be offering a limited selection of baked goods (no bread) until later in November.
Boomers is planning a Theatre trip to Montrose to the Magic Circle Players production of the
musical comedy “70, Girls, 70”. This is about a group of venerable ladies and gents living at a run-down
and dispirited senior citizens’ hotel in New York City, slated to be sold to developers. While there is no
lack of humor, courage or willingness to save their home, there is a lack of money. With determination
and a few tricks up their sleeves, they pull off a sensational caper. If you liked Calendar Girl, you’ll love
10:30 a.m. – Meet in the Community Center Parking lot (No bathrooms facilities; not open till Noon)
Noon – Brunch or Lunch at Stone House Restaurant
2:00 p.m. – Matinee Performance
4:30 p.m. – Leave for Gunnison
6:00 p.m. – Estimated Time of Return
Boomers & Beyond President, Pat Jagger, has reserved a block of tickets for our Senior Activity
Club on her credit card. If you sign-up and can’t make it, you are responsible to find someone to take your
place or pay for your ticket.
If we have enough folks we will take the Rec Center van. However, if more than 12 sign-up, or
just a few, we will need to carpool instead. Cost: $15.00 Sr. rate tickets for musicals; $5.00 for gas;
estimate $15.00 lunch.
RSVP. Sign-up at the Community Center front desk, or call them at 641-8060. Please indicate
if you could drive (if we need to carpool). Also indicate if you want a reservation for lunch. You can leave
your $15.00 check (made out to Pat Jagger) at the front desk by noon Friday, Nov. 7th (or plan to pay Pat
Sunday morning).
If you have any questions e-mail [email protected]
Join the GAC’s Book Talk the first Thursday of every month from 7-8:00 p.m. to discuss the previous
month’s book. On November 6, the group will be discussing “Vintage Munro” by Alice Munro: the perfect
introduction to the Nobel Laureate's revelatory short stories, in which she unfolds the wordless secrets that
lie at the center of human experience. Open to the public and held at the GAC more info at
[email protected] or
Trails like the Lupine Trail or Lower Loop? Vistas that surround Paradise Divide? The rural personality
and economy of the open pastureland? Amenities like the Gunnison Whitewater Park?
Then you should consider becoming a 1% for Open Space business participant! The official Fall Sign
Up Season for 1% for Open Space is open through December 12. Participation is free and easy. Voluntary
donations are collected from your customers and help preserve Gunnison County's open space,
recreational access, gorgeous viewsheds, ranching heritage and important ecosystems.