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SENIOR CITIZENS CALENDAR THE YOUNG AT HEART LUNCHEON TAKES PLACE AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER AT 200 E. SPENCER

Thursday, November 7 11-12 noon Senior Walking, Gym (Requires membership or drop-in fee) Friday, November 8 11-12 noon Senior Walking, Gym 12 noon Young at Heart Luncheon, Spaghetti Monday, November 11 11-12 noon Senior Walking, Gym 12 noon Young at Heart Luncheon, Ham & Beans Tuesday, November 12 11-12 noon Senior Walking, Gym (Requires membership or drop-in fee) Wednesday, November 13 11-12 noon Senior Walking, Gym 12 noon Young at Heart Luncheon, Hamburgers Meals All seniors, 60 or older, $4 .00 59 and under, $5.00 Children 7-12 years, $4.00 Children 6 and under are free Come and enjoy a reasonable and delicious meal and socialize Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:00 noon. Bring a friend. Walking in the GYM is FREE on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in Association with the YAH luncheon. Any home bound senior in need of meals, please call 641-2107 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday before 10:00 a.m. with your request; it will be delivered that day. WE NEED YOU! Vote for Crested Butte! #1 Ski Town in North America on Powder Magazine’s Facebook Page. This Thursday, Nov. 7th. www.facebook.com/powdermag (11/13).

PIES: It’s time to order “those wonderful” frozen pies from the Eastern Star members for Thanksgiving & Christmas. Please order by Thursday, Nov 7. ! Prices $9-$15. Pickup at the Masonic Lodge, 122 N Iowa on Friday, Nov 22, between 2-6pm. Call Kathy at 641-0495 or 2752966 with your name, address, and phone numberr.. Thank you!

COME LISTEN TO WESTERN STATE ALUMNUS MELVIN FOOTE (73), President of Constituency for Africa, on (11/6). November 6th in the University Center ballroom at 5pm. Melvin is WESTERN’S NATIVE AMERIone of the most influential people CAN STUDENT COUNCIL that helps shape American policy INVITES YOU to attend a presenin Africa. He will be speaking tation by a very special guest this about The Role of Western State Friday, November 8, 5pm in Colorado University in Building a Quigley 136 for Native American Career in African Affairs. For more Heritage Month. Anthony “Guy” information on this event please Lopez, Historic Preservation call 970-943-2493. (11/6). Specialist on the Advisory Council , % #* for Historic Preservation in COMMUNITY TAIZÉ SERVICE: Washington, D.C. will be speaking Open to all. Come & enjoy this on: Indigenous Action time of quiet & music. Held the Anthropology and the Protection 1st Wednesday (November 6) of of Indigenous Lands. A reception every month, 7pm, at Good will follow in the Quigley lobby. Samaritan, 307 W Virginia. (11/6). Chili, snacks and dessert will be PLEASE JOIN THE GUNNISON available by donation (for the FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY NASC). Hope to see you there! FOR A WINE TASTING EVENT. (11/6). Pair your favorite books with your favorite wines. Gunnison Public TE GUSTARIA saber que es lo Library, Nov. 6, 5:30-7:30pm. que pasa en tu comunidad te inviTickets are limited. Purchase tamos a la proxima reunion de them at the library or from a INMIGRANTES UNIDOS DE GUNNIFriends of the Library Board mem- SON Noviembre 8 ALAS 6;30PM ber. $25 for members, $20 for EN eL PARISH HALL (salon del nonmembers. Call Lynn 209-1143 padre) te invitamos a participar (11/13). for more information. (11/6). CELEBRATE RECOVERY MEETINGS: Wednesday, 5:30pm, Oh Be Joyful Church, Crested Butte. Call 970-596-6633 or go to TheNewAdamsHouse.org for information on meetings valley wide. (11/6). VETERAN’S DAY ASSEMBLY: The Gunnison Middle School would like to invite the local vets for a Veteran’s Day assembly on Thursday, November 7, at 2:45pm in the Gunnison Community School Commons. Please R.S.V.P. to Andy Dunda at 641-7710 if you would like to attend. (11/6).

KIDS ART CAMPS AT THE GUNNISON ARTS CENTER THIS FALL: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8 Superhero Theatre Play and TShirt Stenciling (bring your own white t-shirt). All camps run from 12:30-3:30 p.m. $30/day includes all supplies, a snack and beverage. 641-4029, www.gunnisonartscenter.org. (11/6). MASTER GARDENER CLASS: Interested in educational classes aimed for the non-commercial home gardener? Call the CSU Extension office for more information 970-641-1260, www.gunnison.colostate.edu (11/6).

222 1/2 north main, gunnison, colorado 81230 COME CHECK OUT THE NEW WESTERN COLORADO MOUNTAIN CHAPTER OF ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS, a nonprofit dedicated to implementing sustainable engineering projects in developing areas worldwide! Join us for a FREE ice cream social on Saturday, November 9th, at 6pm in the Malardi Theater, in Crested Butte, to learn more. Contact Kris with any questions at 970-2227200. (11/6). Q.C.I.A THANKSGIVING POTLUCK: November 9, 2013 6:30p.m. at the Ohio City Hall. Meats provided (11/6). HELL AND MR. FUDGE: MacKenzie Astin stars in this warm, thoughtful and sometimes humorous story of the trials and tribulations of evangelical scholar Edward Fudge as he challenges an ancient tradition and shakes up his own core beliefs. Showing Saturday the 9th at 7pm at the Western State University Center. Tickets at the door: $5 for adults and $3 for kids 12 and under. (11/6).

HOLIDAY FAMILY PHOTOS FUNDRAISER! Sat.,, November 9, 10am-4pm @ Junebugs Children’s Boutique. 15 minute sessions for $75: 1 8x10 print; 5 digital proofs; 25 holiday cards; 1 digital image. All proceeds go to Lighthouse Pregnancy and Family Resource Center, a division of Legacy Family Ministries: www.lfmgunnison.org. Call Cherish Photography to reserve a session: 912-506-3468. (11/13). WSCU MUSIC DEPARTMENT CONCERT: November 10, Faculty & Guest Artists Piano!Trio. Becky Weidman-Winter, flute. Becky Kutz Osterberg, cell. Martha Violett, piano. 3pm, Quigley recital Hall. www.western.edu (11/6). AN ALTERNATIVE GIFT MARKET is coming to Gunnison for the 6th year—gifts from Alternative Gifts and Heifer International! A water pump for a village in South, Sudan will take up no room in your closet, but will mean a village will have water nearby. Bicycles to transport people to a Health Clinic for AIDS/HIV RX will not fill up your garage! A flock of Chicks with training for a child in Nicaragua will help feed a family and more. These and many more reasonably priced gifts will be available to you: Sunday, November 10, 1112:30 at Babb Hall, Good Samaritan Episcopal or Aspinall Wilson Center, Gunnison. Congregational, UCC. (11/6). ANNUAL GUNNISON HOCKEY MOM’S LASAGNA DINNER. Sunday, Nov. 10 5-7:30pm at the Fred Field Center. $7.00 Adults $5.00 Children 12 & under. Tickets purchased at door. Silent Auction and lots of prizes! (11/6). VETERAN’S DAY: On Monday November 11 at 11 a.m., the American Legion Post #54, the Masonic Lodge #39 and the Elks Lodge #1623 will replace the 10 x 15 American Flag now flying in Legion Park with a 5 x 8 American Flag which will fly during the winter months. The guest speaker for the ceremony will be Lt. Col, Pete Dunda a USAF retired Fighter Pilot. Everyone welcome. Also the Middle School will honor all veterans at a school assembly on November 7th at 2:45 p.m. Please RSVP to Andy Dunda at 641-7710 if you plan to attend. (11/6).

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ARE YOUR TURNING 65 SOON and need to learn about Medicare? Medicare 101 Soon to be turning 65? Have questions about the world of Medicare? Join us for a FREE informational program to get answers to your questions. November 13, 2013 11:30am-1:00pm Family Services Center Conference Room 225 N Pine Street, Gunnison CO Please RSVP by calling 970-642-7300

STILL DON’T HAVE ANY ESTATE PLANNING? Worried about the cost of legal assistance? Don’t delay any longer! Jacob With, an attorney with Law of the Rockies, together with Gunnison County Health & Human Services and Uncompahgre Volunteer Legal Aid are working to provide you with an opportunity for affordable estate planning. They are offering the public a substantially discounted basic estate planning package: $350.00 FLAT FEE will include: 1. A Basic Will 2. Financial Power of Attorney 3. Medical Power of Attorney 4. A Living Will MARRIED COUPLES ONLY PAY ONE FEE FOR BOTH SETS OF DOCUMENTS. NOVEMEBER 8TH : Will be the initial meeting NOVEMBER 15TH : Will be the signing TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT, PLEASE CONTACT: Gunnison County Senior Resources 225 N. Pine St. in Gunnison (970-642-7300) NOVEMBER MONTROSE TRIP ON THE TWO BUTTES VAN If weather permits, there will be trip to Montrose on Monday, Nov. 25th. Riders need to meet up at the Gunnison Community Center at 8:15 a.m. If anyone lives near Heather woods at Dos Rios, they will be picked up at 8:30 a.m. PLEASE CALL BARBARA AT 275-4768 to reserve your spot.

KNITTING S.O.S. AT THE FASHION CAFÉ Monday evenings, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. November 4 – December 16. No class November 25. Do you get stuck in your knitting, don’t know how to correct mistakes or read patterns? Want to do more complicated projects but are afraid to start? Bring your problems or desired project to this class and learn how to knit with no fear. We’ll enjoy the comfortable couches and inviting ambiance of the newest gallery and art space in town at the Fashion Café and catered tea and biscuits will be provided for each class. This is a relaxing and fun way to socialize and relax while making progress as a knitter. Bring your knitting project or ball of practice yarn, an extra set of needles, a crochet hook, a tapestry needle and a notebook. $65 Includes instruction and catered tea and cookies Class will be held at the Fashion Café, 108 W. Tomichi Avenue Suite D (Upstairs above Junebugs), caddy-corner from the Gunnison Arts Center. Instructor: Susan Crawford. Sign up online at: www.gunnisonartscenter.org - go to the education tab and click on the 2013 fall catalog, you will find the listing there. Sign up by phone at (970) 641-4029 Sign up in person by stopping by 102 S. Main St. We're open Tues - Fri 10 - 6 and Sat 10 - 2.

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COCOA AND CLAY ART SOIRÉES: Sunday, November 10th Family Event 1-4pm. Special pricing: $25 Includes all supplies and beverages. Bring the whole family to this alcohol-free “AND” Series event open to all ages. No experience is necessary. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. 970-641-4029, www.gunnisonartscenter.org. (11/6).

GUNNISON SAGE GROUSE AND THE ESA: The Gunnison League of Women Voters’ monthly meeting will be Tuesday November 12th at noon in the Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy Office at 210 West Spencer. The program will highlight the ongoing saga of the Gunnison Sage Grouse and the Endangered Species Act. (11/6). THE 8TH ANNUAL “HOUR OF POWER” is a relay in honor of Carleton College swimmer Ted Mullen, who died in the fall of 2006 from pediatric sarcoma. Funds raised through this event support research at the University of Chicago Medicine into the causes and treatment of sarcoma. When? November 12th, 2013 at 5 P.M. in the Paul Wright Gym Pool. (11/6).

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EMAIL BASICS: Nov 13 at 5:30pm. Set up a Gmail account, learn to send, receive, reply and forward messages. Call the library 641-3485 to sign up. (11/6). BRING YOUR CHILDREN AND INNER CHILD TO THE 5TH ANNUAL WSCU CHEMISTRY CLUB MAGIC SHOW. Mind bending demonstrations and activities. Donations accepted. NOVEMBER 15th, 4-6pm. WSCU University Center Ballroom. 970-318-6783 for more information. (11/13). PLEASE JOIN SIMS CHIROPRACTIC FOR OUR “DINNER WITH THE DOCS” on Monday, November 18, 2013, starting at 7:30 PM at Ol’ Miner Steakhouse. Enjoy a complimentary dinner while listening to amazing information about health and healing. Please RSVP at 970641-2818 by November 14th. (11/13/pd/43).

WSCU MUSIC DEPARTMENT CONCERT: Nov. 19, Faculty & Guest Artists Piano Trio. Sarah Cranor, violin. Martha Violett, piano. 7:30pm, Quigley recital Hall. www.western.edu (11/13).

BOOMERS & BEYOND SILENT AUCTION: Nov. 23 in the Conference Room at Sugar Plum! You may be the lucky bidder for WSCU athletic tickets, B&B at Waunita Hot Springs, art, jewelry, beauty, massage, Watsu, Pilates, yoga, restaurants, dental work, guided fly-fishing trip, homemade donuts to name a few. (11/20). BE PART OF THE NIGHT OF LIGHTS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TH IN DOWNTOWN GUNNISON. For more information contact the Gunnison Chamber at 641-1501 or info@gunnisonchamber.com. There is no fee to enter, you will need to fill out a short application. THE THEME THIS YEAR IS “MIRACLE ON MAIN STREET” (12/4). THE ANNUAL ALL CHURCH BAZAAR will take place on Saturday, December 7th, 9ampm, at st. Peter’s parish hall. There will be yummy food, hot lunch, Christmas gifts and lots of goodies to choose from. Please come and support your local churches. (11/13). 2013 ANNUAL GALA AT THE GUNNISON ARTS CENTER: T a y l o r H a l l , R o o m 30 3 .

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