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The Men's Issue

FLY FISHING AND THE ART OF NYMPHING

LOCAL MOVERS & SHAKERS

BEST HANGOUTS FOR GUYS


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2018 ON GOING SUCCESS In 1985, the Summer of Jazz was launched as a way to bring together community and celebrate the sounds of Jazz. Over the years, the focus has expanded to include many forms of music, but the values of bringing people together, enjoying picnics, summer mountain evenings and great music continues to be a strong Glenwood Springs tradition. Now in our 8th Season, the Glenwood Springs Summer of Music continues to meet with

The Summer of Music Board of Directors are excited to continue the 33 year tradition of music at Two Rivers Park in beautiful Glenwood Springs, CO.

great success.

Annie Olson President

June 27 Lipbone Redding Quartet Takes his singular vocal instrumental style to a new level by playing guitar and producing all the instrument sounds while simultaneously singing and storytelling without the use of electronic effects.

July 4 Otone Brass Band Playing New Orleans Jazz/ Funk in the Rockies for 20 years. Unique blend of original music, high energy and second line grooves. Played Jazz Fests in Colorado and at the Democratic National Convention.

Opener: Jazz Aspen Students

Opener: The Davenports

July 11 Johannes Linstead

July 18 Carolyn Wonderland Band

An award-winning Canadian guitarist and instrumentalist who fuses virtuoso Spanish-style guitar with Afro-Cuban, Middle Eastern and Latin American percussion and instrumentation. Opener: Ryan Flores

July 25 My Blue Sky Band

Comprised of 7 Colorado musicians that all share the passion and love of the Allman Brothers which is a unique blend of Southern rock, blues and jazz. Opener: Indigo Mojo

A seething-hot Texas singer-guitarist. Her voice can be as beautiful as an angel; as powerful as a Class 5 hurricane all within a drop of a hat. Opener: Fifty/50

Aug 1 Grant Farm

Colorado Public Radio dubbed Grant Farm (from Boulder) some of the ablest musicians not only in Colorado but the nation. High energy Americana band. Opener: A Band Called Alexis

Wednesday Nights June 27 thru August 1 | 6:30 pm | Opening Acts - 7:30 pm | Headliners | Two Rivers Park

(970) 319-1927 www.glenwoodspringssummerofmusic.org


CARBONDALE

Beds 3 | Baths 3.5 | $1,100,000 Set above the golf course with gorgeous panoramic views. Immaculate residence features generous spaces, hardwood flooring, fresh paint, new carpet, main-level master suite. Large covered decks and patios and fenced yard. It’s all here. Many extras including granite counters in kitchen, quality appliances, 2nd master suite, family room, excellent storage, two jetted tubs, steam shower, central air, oversized two-car garage. Web Id#: RF153889

Nancy Emerson 970.366.1194 nemerson@masonmorse.com

EMMA

Beds 5 | Baths 4 | $1,197,000 An oasis of rural living, just five minutes from Willits! The four-bedroom main house has been lovingly cared for and is ready for your family to enjoy. The one-bedroom mother-in-law apartment provides an additional living space with a separate entrance. An unfinished basement, two-car garage and two beautiful acres complete this truly special place. Web Id#: RF153849

MISSOURI HEIGHTS

Beds 4 | Baths 3.5 | $1,149,000 Custom log home on five acres with framed views of Sopris, Capitol, Daly and Sunlight. Features include a main floor master, stainless steel appliances, vaulted ceilings, huge deck, oversized three-car garage, an unfinished walk-out basement and a large attic space. This one of a kind property has been meticulously cared-for by one owner. A must see! Web Id#: RF153900

Roshni Slali 970.379.6580

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GLENWOOD SPRINGS

Beds 3 | Baths 2.5 | $849,000 Beautiful 3,480 sq. ft. custom home in gated Elk Springs Community. Nestled in the woods yet gorgeous views of Mount Sopris – the best of both worlds. 2.04 acre lot gives the ultimate privacy. Large master suite with fireplace, massive windows in the great room, a lower level with a walk out basement, and an oversized garage await your visit. Web Id#: RF152582

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

1.8 Acres | $154,900 Incredible views from this 1.8 acre lot in gated Elk Springs Subdivision. Large building envelope. Lot has a recent improvement location certificate and topographical map of the property so bring your house plans for approval and begin to build your dream home. Web Id#: RF153154

Becky Ciani 970.309.1027 becky@masonmorse.com

Becky Ciani 970.309.1027 becky@masonmorse.com

We’re SOLD on an agent who SHARES OUR PASSION.

Passionate. Creative. Determined.

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REDSTONE

Beds 3 | Baths 4 | 32 Acres | $1,997,500 As you enter this 32 acre family estate, you will be amazed at the privacy and beauty. Thousands of acres of public land border the acreage, which includes a magical red-rock canyon, with a seasonal stream, three stunning waterfalls and a private wilderness camp. The main compound, accessed by a paved, circular drive, has over 5,400 sq. ft. under roof including the luxury log home, guest quarters, three-plus car garage, fully automated greenhouse, exercise room and much more. Web Id#: RF152543

Jeff Bier 970.379.0523 jeffbier@masonmorse.com


LIFESTYLE LETTER

JUNE 2018 PUBLISHER

Rick French | rfrench@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Caitlin Causey | caitlin.causey@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Caitlin Causey, Bridget Grey, Steve Reynolds, Tom Trowbridge, Genevieve Joelle Villamizar

Let's Hear It for the Dads

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Michael Hefferon, Cody Isaman, Estate Photo Video, Genevieve Joelle Villamizar, Beth White

I HAVE A NEW APPRECIATION FOR DADS THIS YEAR. After all, I’ve recently had the privilege of watching my own husband become one after our daughter was born last summer. Parenthood was still an abstraction for both of us before she arrived, but even more so for my husband. I, at least, had the nine-month bodily connection with our baby to prepare me for her eventual debut; he didn’t. Once our tiny human was finally placed in our arms, that physical reality of her life in the world hit him full force. Since then, my husband has taken to his new role of Dad like nothing I’ve seen him do before. It’s almost like a hidden part of him was also born the day that she was, one which could have only been awakened by his own child. What a gift for him, for me, and for our little girl. Needless to say, it’ll be a special first Father’s Day in our house this year.

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Roaring Fork Lifestyle™ is published monthly by Lifestyle Publications LLC. It is distributed via the US Postal Service to some of the Roaring Fork areas’ most affluent neighborhoods. Articles and advertisements do not necessarily reflect Lifestyle Publications’ opinions. No portion of this magazine may be reproduced in any form without written consent. Lifestyle Publications does not assume responsibility for statements made by advertisers or editorial contributors. Information in Roaring Fork Lifestyle™ is gathered from sources considered to be reliable, but the accuracy of all information cannot be guaranteed.


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INSIDE THE ISSUE JUNE 2018

FEATURES 14 Hangouts and Hot Spots Picks for a Great Guys’ Night Out

20 Full Body Fitness A Quick Routine from The Gym of Basalt

24 To Prevail in the Mystery Learning the Art of Nymphing with Roaring Fork Anglers

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28 What’s the Big Idea? Five Locals Who Are Thinking Outside the Box and Inspiring New Perspectives

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DEPARTMENTS 6

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Hot Spot

20 Healthy Lifestyle 24 Water & Woods 36 Locals Only 40 Culinary Creations 46 Lifestyle Calendar 50 Local’s Choice


RECENTLY SOLD PROPERTIES OVER $600,000 NEIGHBORHOOD

ORIGINAL LIST

SOLD PRICE

BASALT Roaring Fork Club Roaring Fork Club Park Modern Park Modern Frying Pan Village Willits Southside Aspen Junction Columbine at Elks Run

%SOLD/ ORIGINAL

$3,600,000 $3,475,000 $1,165,000 $1,118,000 $1,125,000 $945,000 $1,250,000 $695,000 $629,000

$3,575,000 $3,350,000 $1,165,000 $1,118,000 $1,075,000 $902,000 $810,000 $690,000 $629,000

99% 96% 100% 100% 96% 95% 65% 99% 100%

CARBONDALE Aspen Glen Carbondale Rural Cerise Ranch River Valley Ranch Cerise Ranch Roaring Fork Village River Valley Ranch

$2,975,000 $1,399,000 $1,095,000 $919,000 $989,000 $695,000 $730,000

$2,500,000 $1,100,000 $1,070,000 $919,000 $850,000 $680,000 $650,000

GLENWOOD SPRINGS Town Site Glenwood Elk Spring Westbank Ranch Town Site Glenwood Glenwood Rural Sunlight Village Canyon Creek

$900,000 $840,000 $834,000 $810,000 $849,000 $725,000 $689,000

MISSOURI HEIGHTS Sopris Mesa Aspen Mountain View

$840,000 $850,000

DAYS ON MARKET

BEDS

FULL BATH

HALF BATH

SOLD PRICE/ SQ. FT

14 311 193 206 242 61 408 60 31

3 3 3 3 4 3 4 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 3

1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

1460.97 1369.02 571.36 559.56 345.22 365.18 249.54 281.17 315.76

84% 79% 98% 100% 86% 98% 89%

423 312 70 159 420 77 81

4 4 4 7 5 4 4

4 3 4 5 3 3 3

2 0 1 1 0 0 2

465.72 491.51 308.71 178.37 164.51 230.35 189.39

$900,000 $812,500 $773,000 $770,000 $730,000 $700,000 $659,000

100% 97% 93% 95% 86% 97% 96%

66 351 271 52 347 75 92

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$810,000 $779,000

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(This data is a sampling of sold properties from 4/1/18 to 4/30/18, Source: Aspen Glenwood MLS)

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TRTC Derby Day Gala On May 5, Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC) hosted its 2018 Derby Day Gala at The Orchard in Carbondale. Festivities included mint juleps from Marble Distilling Co., silent auction, derby-inspired hors d'oeuvres and dinner by Chef Jimmy Nadell, live paddle raise benefiting TRTC's programs with a matching gift from Integrated Mountain Group, and more. PHOTOGRAPHY BY BETH WHITE.

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1. Debra & Lon Winston | 2. Emma Dancinger | 3. Corey Simpson | 4. Christi Blish | 5. Steve & Donna Chase | 6. Bonnie Leibmann & Sondie Reiff | 7. Nina Gabianelli, Travis Lane McDiffett, & Dani Grace Kopf | 8. Kristen Graham | 9. Allison & Patrick Holloran | 10. Don & Marcia Flaks | 11. Nyle & Lauren Kenning | 12. Vida & Scott Dillard 10

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AROUND TOWN

REGISTRATION OPEN FOR VALLEY CRUISERS CAR CLUB SHOW

discussion of the patient's concerns and conclude with recommendations for further care. 100 per-

Registration is now open for the Glenwood

cent of the proceeds from these charitable con-

Springs Car Show weekend July 27-28, presented

sultations are donated directly to Colorado Animal

by Vicco’s Charcoal Burger Drive-In and Valley

Rescue (CARE), which Holen chose to support in

Cruisers Car Club. $20 for the first vehicle, $10

honor of his own rescue pets at home.

for the second, and free for the third. Save the

"I wanted to give back to my new commu-

date for the free kick-off BBQ on July 27, hosted

nity by supporting those who need help," said

by Vicco’s Charcoal Burger from 6-9 p.m. The

Holen, who recently relocated to the valley from

main event will be held at the Glenwood Springs

Denver. "I have a very soft spot in my heart for

High School Parking lot the following day, July 28,

animals, so supporting CARE was a no-brainer."

from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enjoy cars, motorcycles, live

For more information or to schedule a consul-

music, food, fun, and prizes. Pre-register online

tation, visit Avail Soft Tissue & Spine online at

by searching the Glenwood Springs Car Show

AvailSoftTissue.com or call 970.930.6255.

2018 at EventBrite.com. Contact Ron Madsen at 970.945.1008 or ValleyCruisers@sopris.net to register by email and request information. Follow Valley Cruisers Car Club on Facebook for more updates.

121ST STRAWBERRY DAYS FESTIVAL The Basalt Regional Library

USA TODAY RECOGNIZES VALLEY BUILDINGS

Springs

Chamber

Resort

Annual Strawberry Days Festival June 15-17 at Sayre Park. The weekend features the Miss Strawberry Days crowning, arts and crafts fair, food court,

In a recent roundup of the “25 Must-See Buildings

Grand Avenue parade, kids' activities, live enter-

in Colorado,” USA Today named multiple Roaring

tainment, and the festival's signature free straw-

Fork Valley structures as worthy of the distinction.

berries and ice cream on Saturday. For details, visit

The Basalt Regional Library, the Hotel Colorado,

GlenwoodChamber.com.

the Aspen Art Museum, and the Hotel Jerome all garnered mentions.

CHARITABLE CONSULTATIONS FOR MUSCLE, NERVE, JOINT PAIN

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Association and Alpine Bank present the 121st

VALLEY SETTLEMENT LAUNCHES SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR MOTHERS Alma, a Valley Settlement initiative, was recently introduced to assist pregnant women and mothers

Avail Soft Tissue & Spine in Glenwood Springs is

in the local Spanish-speaking community who are

offering $20 charitable consultations to determine

struggling with perinatal depression. "Alma," which

appropriate routes of care for patients seeking

in English translates to "soul," provides guidance and

treatment for musculoskeletal pain and discom-

support for Roaring Fork Valley mothers through

fort. These 15-minute meetings with soft tissue

peer mentor visits and mental health resource refer-

specialist Dr. Adam Holen provide a one-on-one

rals. Visit ValleySettlement.org/Alma  for further

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information or call Elaine Grossman at 970.306.2484.

GLENWOOD SUMMER OF MUSIC 2018 Now in its eighth year, the Glenwood Springs Summer of Music gears up this month in Two Rivers Park. Held every Wednesday evening from June 27 through August 1, opening bands perform at 6:30 p.m. before main acts take the stage at 7:30 p.m. "Summer of Music continues to meet with great success. It would not be possible without our sponsors and the City of Glenwood Springs," said the organization's president, Annie Olson. " The values of bringing people together to enjoy picnics, summer

mountain

evenings,

and

great music continues to be a strong Glenwood Springs tradition." The 2018 headliners include one-man orchestra Lipbone Redding (June 27), New Orleans jazz/funk group Otone Brass Band (July 4), guitarist Johannes Linstead (July 11), blues musician Carolyn Wonderland (July 18), Allman Brothers tribute band My Blue Sky (July 25), and Americana band Grant Farm (August 1). Email Olson for sponsorship information at

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We are always accepting submissions for announcements you’d like to see included in our Around Town section. Submissions are accepted via the Contact Us tab at RoaringForkLifestyle.com.

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HOT SPOT

H ANGOUTS AND HOT SPOTS

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ARTICLE BRIDGET GREY PHOTOGRAPHY ESTATEPHOTOVIDEO.COM - MICHAEL HEFFERON

GUYS NEED GUY TIME, JUST AS GIRLS NEED GIRL TIME. It's a fact. Fortunately, the valley is home to a plethora of spots perfect for unwinding with buddies post-work or after a day of adventuring in the mountains. Whether the group is looking for something traditional or trendy, all of our recommendations this month offer the top two prerequisites for a great guys' night out: beer and burgers. Check out our picks from Glenwood to Basalt:

01. The Grind has been a staple of Glenwood's restaurant scene for seven years, and it's hands-down the best place to grab a burger/ beer combo. A self-described "burger joint with the sensibilities of a farm-to-table restaurant," the Grind has the atmosphere of a casual hangout but with locally-sourced, handcrafted menu options. With great beer, Tuesday night trivia, and a fun vibe to boot, it's no surprise that this spot is a go-to for locals and tourists alike. 701 Grand Avenue #101, Glenwood CONTINUED >

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HOT SPOT (CON TI N U ED)

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With hearty good cooking, cold beer, and Western flair, the Pour House is a reminder of the valley's old ways. As a locals' favorite and fixture of downtown Carbondale for decades running, this place sees 'em all—from ranchers to businessmen to old mountain hippies. Put some quarters in the jukebox, saddle up to the bar, and order something meaty from the menu adorned with local cattle brands. 351 Main Street, Carbondale

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Bowling is an everyman's game, perfect for a big group of people with otherwise disparate interests. Worried about putting together an outing with long-lost cousins, former frat bros, coworkers, or friends of different ages? The Bowlounge in El Jebel is there to help. With bowling, pool tables, retro video games, beer, and greasy goodness galore (fried chicken buckets!), it's a great spot to entertain just about anyone. 280 Favre Lane, El Jebel

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Capitol Creek Brewery (Basalt's first) is the trendiest place to hang out midvalley, and great for grabbing a quick drink at the bar or settling in for a meal at one of the outdoor tables. If your buddies are into the local beer scene, get a group together and compare notes on Capitol Creek's unique offerings. When hunger strikes, classic pub fare like fish 'n chips, wings, burgers, and nachos should do the trick. 371 Market Street, Basalt 16

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WATER & WOODS

TO PREVAIL IN THE MYSTERY LEARNING THE ART OF NYMPHING WITH ROARING FORK ANGLERS

ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY GENEVIÈVE JOËLLE VILLAMIZAR THE MASTERY OF FLY FISHING LIES IN NYMPHING. Beneath ‘the film’ is where most fly fishing occurs, after all, that glimmering quicksilver surface of melted sky, land, and water. Under most Colorado conditions, this undulating mirror hides it all: the darting, floating, and feeding of the rainbows, browns, brookies, and cutthroats we hope to experience. Nymphing demands knowledge, skill, persistence, and faith to prevail in the mystery. Unlike drifting an elegantly visible blue wing or caddis, nymphing is like working the underbelly of your truck at dusk, versus standing up comfortably to tinker under the hood on a sunlit afternoon. Some things are best left to a mechanic, or in this case, a fly fishing guide. Coleman Walker from Roaring Fork Anglers in Glenwood was our man. Fly fishing guide extraordinaire, Walker grew up summering at his grandfather’s Saskatchewan fishing lodge. For my friend Jeet and I, intent on learning to nymph one recent morning, that genetic memory made for a solid outing on the Roaring Fork. We learned both subtle and game-changing concepts around fish behavior, working the water, line management—and we hooked or landed breathtakingly luminous fish. Crouching at the river’s edge, we watched bugs crawl on rocks or move through the water. We bounced yellow Sally stonefly nymphs along the bottom, mimicking their heavy-bodied tumble. We learned to better mend our lines to present more believable action. With guidance, we worked the water so we didn’t scatter nearby fish. Walker was so fast at rigging two- and three-nymphs leaders, our lines were wet more often than not. Yup. It’s indescribable, the feeling of unseen pulsing life at the end of a gossamer thread. And who truly contributed to stolen moments on the river was our guide. Bumbling around, wondering if you’re doing it right, can be dispiriting. The whole, ‘I just like being out here, I don’t mind not catching’ thing? Whatever. Landing is more fun. Between fish, with our guide, we knew we were practicing the right moves. His constant reassurance, support, suggestions, and assistance built confidence.  And confidence? It’s fly fishing mojo: attitude radiating down that line. An angler can always stand to grow. Hooking up with a guide from time to time is a guaranteed way to build your skill set and have a terrific time on the water. Roaring Fork Anglers and partner company Alpine Angling in Carbondale are owned and managed by active guides, all in it to live it. Locals have trusted them for years to help buy gear and choose flies for the day. This month brings on the high-action green drake hatch, making its way up from South Canyon, into the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan rivers even as you sit here reading. The hatch cycle is complex. If you really want to master it this year—nymph, emerger, a dun or a spinner?—consider hiring a guide and making it the best dusk event ever.

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Few Centennial State brews have gained the international recognition or fervent cult following of those produced by Casey Brewing and Blending. Owner Troy Casey has put Glenwood Springs on the beer map by aging his product exclusively in oak wine barrels (a rare old-world method) and utilizing fresh Colorado ingredients. Casey’s creations have been honored with numerous prestigious awards, and visitors from around the world have attended his intimate tasting sessions in the brewery’s barrel cellar. “We just set out to make this style of beer in a place we love,” he says. “So the recognition has been humbling.”

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THE COMMUNITY VO IC E Samuel Bernal For the past decade, Samuel Bernal has managed Basalt’s award-winning Spanish-language radio station, La Tricolor. His work within the regional Latino community helps bring important daily information to thousands of locals, which in turn fosters connection and awareness across the valley. A New Castle resident and family man, Bernal is also a busy volunteer on the boards of English in Action, Ross Montessori School, and Mountain Family Health Centers. He says of community advocacy, “Everything you learn is something you can share with others; be the best person you can be, and do the most where you live.” CONTINUED >

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WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA?

(CON TI N U ED)

THE Adventurer Craig Fowler Craig Fowler is the first person in the world to complete the Triple Crowns of both hiking and bikepacking. After conquering the hiking portion (Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, and Continental Divide Trail) over a number of years, the Carbondale resident finished the entire bikepacking triple (Tour Divide, Colorado Trail, and Arizona Trail) in 2017. Ultimately, the 11,602-mile adventure itself meant more to him than the finish. “The journey was a reminder that our passions are what make us unique, not just being ‘first’ in something,” Fowler says. “I hope to encourage others to follow their passions as well.”

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T H E L A NGUAgE FAc il itato r Jonathan Satz Colorado

Mountain

College’s

Intercambio

class is more than just a language exchange course; it’s a vital intersection of the English and Spanish speaking communities in the valley. What began as Jonathan Satz’s master’s thesis in 1996 has grown, with the help of many, into a nationally-recognized program that puts language learners of different backgrounds face-to-face in alternating teacher/student roles. Satz remains a classroom facilitator who has witnessed Intercambio’s deep local impact. “You cannot separate language and culture,” he says. “Friendships form, and we now have over 20 years of students who better understand each other’s perspective.”

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WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA?

(CON TI N U ED)

T H E B IZ WIZ Altai Chuluun One of the most exciting initiatives bubbling in the valley is GlenX, founded by Altai Chuluun, which helps inspire local dreamers to put their ideas into action. GlenX operates a new coworking space in Carbondale’s Third Street Center, facilitates small business incubation and acceleration, hosts an annual high school career expo, and more. Alongside partners who’ve helped grow GlenX programs, Chuluun hopes to continue exploring how local entrepreneurs can be supported. “It is fulfilling to help impact others’ lives,” he says. “Things can be challenging here, so it’s important to think about how we can support each other’s growth.”

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A GUIDE TO THE BEST JUNE EVENTS FOR COUPLES

DATE NIGHT DONE RIGHT

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rodeo fans of all ages who cheer for the

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bull and bronc riding, barrel racing, mutton

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Mouth headlines Strawberry

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and a breakdown of weekly events.

and guests will have the opportunity to meet

for

information

Days in Glenwood's Sayre Park on June 16 at 7:30 p.m.

local food producers. Tickets ($99/members, $125/non-members) and other details

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are at AspenNature.org.

Fork Outdoor Volunteers tackles maintenance of the Skyline Ridge Trail in Snowmass on Tuesday evenings starting June 19.

+ ASPEN ROMANCE: "Georgia on my Mind: A Tribute to Ray Charles" is presented by Jazz Aspen Snowmass and the Aspen Music Festival and School at 8:30 p.m. on June 30 in the Benedict Music Tent.

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CULINARY CREATIONS

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dude food ARTICLE NICOLETTE MARTIN

WHETHER YOU’RE COOKING FOR ONE OR COOKING FOR MANY, THESE EASY DISHES ARE SURE TO IMPRESS ANYONE GATHERED AT YOUR KITCHEN TABLE

FRIED CHICKEN SANDWICH WITH JALAPEÑO SLAW INGREDIENTS (SANDWICH) 1 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon ground paprika 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder Cayenne pepper, to taste

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CHANGE UP THE FLAVOR BY CREATING DIFFERENT SLAWS. YOU CAN DO THIS BY ADDING DIFFERENT SEASONING AND HERBS TO THE MAYO.

Boneless, skinless chicken breasts Vegetable oil (as needed) Sesame seed bun Pickles

DIRECTIONS 1. Mix the flour, paprika, garlic powder and cayenne pepper together in a shallow bowl. 2. Fill your skillet with oil to about 1-inch deep and heat to 350 degrees. 3. Coat your chicken breasts in the flour and seasoning mixture, then carefully place them into the heated oil. 4. Cook until golden brown with an internal temperature of 165 degrees. 5. Lightly toast your sesame seed bun, then top with pickles, fried chicken breast and slaw to taste.

FOR THE SLAW Combine mayo, hot sauce, garlic and dill pickle juice with shredded red cabbage, pickled onions and candied jalapeños.

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IN A BREAKFAST MOOD? CREATE THIS SANDWICH WITH WAFFLES INSTEAD OF A BUN AND ADD SYRUP TO THE CHICKEN ONCE FRIED.

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OVERCROWDING THE SKILLET WILL REDUCE THE OIL’S TEMPERATURE. KEEP THE OIL ABOUT 325 DEGREES WHILE FRYING FOR EVEN COOKING.

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CULINARY CREATIONS

(CON TI N U ED)

CARNE ASADA STREET TACOS WITH AVOCADO RELISH

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INGREDIENTS (TACOS) 1/2 red onion, coarsely chopped 3 cloves garlic, peeled

MARINATE THE STEAK IN THE REFRIGERATOR FOR UP TO 24 HOURS FOR EXTRA FLAVOR.

2 tablespoons adobo sauce 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 teaspoons cumin 2 teaspoons dried oregano Salt and pepper, to taste Choice of steak Fresh flour or corn tortillas Lime, optional

DIRECTIONS 1. Blend the red onion, garlic, adobo sauce, olive oil and seasoning in a food processor or blender, adding water as needed until smooth. 2. Marinate the steak in the mixture for at least 30 minutes prior to grilling. 3. Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a large grill pan and add the steak, cooking to desired doneness. Let rest in a foil tent for 10 minutes then chop into small pieces and assemble tacos as desired.

FOR THE RELISH Chop and combine avocado, fresh jalapeĂąo, cilantro, onion, lime juice and salt to taste. Top with queso fresco and pepitas as desired. Steak marinade from CulinaryHill.com

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LOADED FRIES WITH BACON AND HERBS INGREDIENTS (CHEESE SAUCE) 1/2 pound white American cheese 1/4 cup milk 1 tablespoon butter Hatch green chiles Cumin, to taste Garlic salt, to taste Cayenne pepper, to taste

DIRECTIONS 1. Add the cheese, milk and butter to a saucepan and heat over low heat until the cheese is melted. You can add additional milk based on how thin you want your sauce to be. 2. When cheese is melted, remove from heat and stir in chiles and seasoning to taste.

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HAVING A PARTY? TRY HAVING A FRY BAR. START WITH FRIES AND CHEESE SAUCE BUT STOCK A VARIETY OF TOPPINGS FOR YOUR GUESTS TO CUSTOMIZE.

3. Pour over crispy fries and top with bacon, caramelized onions and herbs as desired.

CHANGE IT UP Use the cheese sauce as a base, but consider changing up the toppings for unique flavors. Ideas include cajun fries topped with andouille sausage, cajun shrimp and olive tapenade; loaded baked potato fries topped with sour cream, cheddar, bacon and scallions; or buffalo chicken fries topped with buffalo chicken, ranch, blue cheese crumbles and chopped celery. Cheese sauce from EatingOnADime.com

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JUNE

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2 MUSIC ON THE MOUNTAIN Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park

Hop on the tram June 2 and 9 for

busting, and more. Come watch the

Community Bike Ride encourages

fun! CarbondaleRodeo.com

health for Roaring Fork Valley children. This FREE event takes place

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in Carbondale from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and includes games, a bike rodeo, pump track challenge, a family ride,

Music on the Mountain featuring

RIVER CENTER ANNUAL FUNDRAISER

Whiskey Stomp (6/2) and Louie &

Burning Mountain Park

Valley Ski & Snowboard Club in

The Lizards (6/9). Don't miss these

New Castle's River Center presents

partnership with several local orga-

bands that always bring the party!

its annual fundraiser from 5-8 p.m.

nizations and businesses.

Get in for FREE with a canned food

Taco bar, silent auction, kids' games,

donation for LIFT-UP after 4 p.m.

music, and a raffle with top prize of

GlenwoodCaverns.com

$500! Discounted tickets can be pre-purchased at the River Center:

4 AFRICAN & WORLD DANCE CLASSES Carbondale Community School

Dance to live drumming and learn

$10/adult, $8/senior and $5/child. RiverCenterNewCastle.org

and lunch! Hosted by the Aspen

11 CARBONDALE CLAY CENTER KIDS CAMPS Carbondale Clay Center

8&9

All abilities welcome at the center's hand-building and wheel throwing summer camps! Go to CarbondaleClay.org

rhythms from West Africa, Zimbabwe,

NU-TOPIA

the Caribbean, Brazil, Hawaii, and the

Wheeler Opera House

tion and to register for classes. Schol-

Philippines. All levels and ages are

This energetic production rocks the

arships are available. Classes run

welcome. Every Monday evening in

Wheeler with dance, humor, and stun-

June 11 to August 17, Monday through

June, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Cost: $12/class.

ning visuals to serve as a poignant re-

Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

CarbondaleRhythmCollective.org

minder of the body-mind-spirit connec-

and 1-3:30 p.m.

or call 970.963.2529 for more informa-

tion. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. June 8 and 9, with an additional matinee show

7 MUSIC AT THE LIBRARY: TOUR DE BAROQUE Basalt Regional Library

Featuring violinist Erin Gallagher, cellist

on June 9 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets: $25/adult, $15/student. Visit AspenShowTix.com for full show details.

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15 SUMMER SAWLEBRATION Studio for Arts and Works

Join SAW (Studio for Arts and Works) at 5 p.m. for a celebration when artists

Sarah Graf, and harpsichordist Charlotte

SECOND SUNDAY CONCERT SERIES

McLain. Performance begins at 5:30

Sopris Park

their latest creations. Handmade pot-

p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Free music in Carbondale's Sopris

tery, jewelry, prints, paintings, floral ar-

BasaltLibrary.org

Park kicks off at 4 p.m.! The "Second

rangements, and more! Free and open

Sundays" performances in June, July,

to the public. For more information

and August are curated by local mu-

(and updates on a film screening after

sic legend Steve Standiford of Steve's

dark!) visit SAWCarbondale.com or

Guitars, featuring one local band and

follow on Facebook.

7 CARBONDALE WILD WEST RODEO

one touring group each month.

Gus Darien Riding Arena

Carbondale's family-friendly summer rodeo is held every Thursday, rain or shine, June 7 through August 23. Gates

will open their studios and show off

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15-17 STRAWBERRY DAYS

at 5:30 p.m., slack at 6 p.m., grand

PEDALEANDO COMMUNITY BIKE RIDE

entry at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Barrel rac-

North Face Park

Glenwood's

ing, bronc riding, bull riding, mutton

The second annual Pedaleando

Days festival is back for its 121st year!

Sayre Park

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LIFESTYLE CALENDAR Join the annual tradition and en-

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TASTING & BEER PAIRING

day parade, food and craft vendors,

Hotel Colorado

family fest, and live music from lo-

The Hotel Colorado in Glenwood

GLENWOOD SUMMER OF MUSIC KICK-OFF

cal bands and headliner Cowboy

Springs and Bonfire Brewing present

Free music in the park is back in 2018

Mouth. See the full event lineup at

a five-course dinner and beer pair-

with concerts every Wednesday eve-

GlenwoodChamber.com.

ing at 6 p.m. Reservations required;

ning from June 27 to August 1! The

call 970.928.3772 to claim your seat.

kick-off event features an opening

Check Facebook for details or visit

performance by JAS Aspen students

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at 6:30 p.m., followed by main act Lip-

joy festivities throughout the third weekend in June, such as the crown-

16 BASALT MOVIE IN THE PARK Lions Park

Come for a summer "walk-in" movie theater! The Basalt Chamber presents the first outdoor film of the season with "True Grit." Gates open at 7 p.m.

Two Rivers Park

bone Redding at 7:30 p.m.

23 CROWN SUMMERFEST BALLOON BASH

29 & 30 WILD WEST FERMENTATION FEST

Crown Mountain Park

Two Rivers Park

for a community picnic; movies start

Celebrate summer in El Jebel! Enjoy

Craft breweries, cideries, distilleries,

at sunset. For more information visit

festivities at the park from 6:30 a.m.

and wineries come together for the

BasaltChamber.org.

to 9:30 p.m. on June 23. Lions Club

third annual festival in Glenwood

Pancake Breakfast, hot air balloon

Springs. June 29 (FREE entry) features

launch, kids' activities, taco compe-

live music, beer garden, and food.

tition, margarita/beer garden, live

June 30 ($35 basic entry) features

music, tether balloon rides, eve-

the official fermentation fest, live mu-

ning glow, and more. FREE admis-

sic, and food. 5-9 p.m. both evenings.

Downtown Basalt

sion! For full event schedule visit

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The Basalt Sunday Market kicks off

CrownMtn.org.

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Enjoy

live

music,

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30 A DAY OF ROSÉ

demonstrations, and kids' activi-

EARLY SUMMER WILDFLOWER WALK

ties. The market runs every Sunday

Deer Hill Open Space

This unique wine and tequila tasting

through September 30. Rain or shine!

Join Roaring Fork Conservancy and

and culinary experience benefits the

BasaltSundayMarket.com

City of Aspen Parks & Open Space

Shining Stars Foundation and is in-

from 5:30-7 p.m. on an excursion in

spired by the most beautiful beach

Deer Hill, a sanctuary for wildlife in

clubs of Europe. Lounge by the Roar-

one of the busiest parts of the valley.

ing Fork River and enjoy apps, tast-

Highlights will include 360-degree

ings, live entertainment, and more.

views of Aspen’s topography and a

Shuttles from Aspen available. Event

stunning amount of wildflowers. Rain

begins at 4 p.m. General admission

Snowmass Village

or shine. Free. Registration required at

$350. Register at EventBrite.com or

Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers

RoaringFork.org.

call 970.925.STAR.

19 & 26 SKYLINE RIDGE TRAIL REROUTE PROJECT

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RFOV.org.

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ARTICLE TOM TROWBRIDGE, ROARING FORK ANGLERS COLORADO IS HOME TO MULTIPLE PREMIER SPECIALTY FLY FISHING PRODUCT COMPANIES: SCOTT FLY RODS, ROSS REELS, ABEL REELS, AND WHITING FARMS. These companies are recognized in fly fishing circles the world over as some of the finest in our sport. A few of our favorites, shown here, are available at Roaring Fork Anglers in Glenwood Springs.

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