Jun 25 Saturday
In this musical cabaret adventure, your Duchess recounts her fall from royalty and circumstances of her current quarantine in the bathroom of a Las Vegas hotel, all while trying to answer FAQs about her immigrant, political, and sexual status, as she awaits the outcome of a coup in her home country of Kaftanada.
Farmers& Crafters Market featuring western slope vendors with hand made crafts and local produce.
Visit the Paonia Museum and the Historic Bowie Schoolhouse Museum and learn the history of the North Fork Valley. Located next to the Paonia River Park. The museums are open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10:00 am till noon. Free but donations are appreciated.
Submit your story to the all-ages Oceans Writing Contest this summer for a chance to get your work published! Submissions will be accepted Wednesday, June 1 through Thursday, June 30. The winning entries in every age category will be published in the August edition of the High Country Spotlight! For age categories, submission guidelines, and the submission form, please visit deltalibraries.org.
The Trustees of the Town of Paonia want your input on the future of the Town. They will be holding a Strategic Planning Session to garner public input on how the community would like to see the Town develop in the next three to five years and beyond. The session will cover topics such as land use and annexation, open space, infrastructure including streets, water and sewer, housing and community facilities and services. Everyone is encouraged to come and have your voice be heard.
Hotchkiss Saturday Market. 10-1 Come out and support local farmers, artists and vendors set up next to the Creamery Arts Center in Hotchkiss.Lots of parking around back.
NextHome Luke Day celebration at Montrose Rec Center, featuring a Second Chance Humane Society Mobile Adoption Event! Also: Food Trucks, Music, Basket Raffle, Yard Games & More! Saturday 6/25 from 10-2. Watch social media for pets we'll be bringing.
Join local artist Anne Hockenberry as she guides young people in making water color art! Open for elementary kids at 11am and mid/high school students at 1pm.
Ridgway River Festival (RiverFest) is a family-friendly celebration of the Uncompahgre River and our community with all-age river races, live music, local food and drink, kids’ activities, watershed educational and cultural programs. The highlight of the day is the infamous “Junk of the Unc” race in which boaters maneuver their craft, constructed from scrap materials not intended for river travel, through whitewater rapids and others’ junk, trying to keep it all intact for the 0.5 mile finish line.
RiverFest is produced by the Uncompahgre Watershed Partnership, a Ouray County non-profit watershed group dedicated to helping protect the economic, natural, and scenic values of the Upper Uncompahgre River Watershed.
Teens are invited to Delta Library for a monthly book club! The teen book club meets the last Saturday of every month at the Delta Library from 2:00pm to 3:00pm. Books or themes will be selected at each meeting for the following month. Contact Delta Library at 970.874.9630 for more information.