Saturday, February 17, 2001
LET'S TALK ART
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSNew York artist Joe Santore will give a free lecture at
7 p.m. Monday at the Depot.
Santore teaches at the New York Studio School of Painting and Sculpture and has had his work exhibited in the Edward Thorp Gallery in New York for the past 20 years.
He has had several one-person art exhibitions and group exhibitions throughout the East Coast.
PAINTING THE WEST
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSA four-artist oil, pastel, watercolor and bronze showcase will be on display Feb. 9-24 at the Wild Horse Gallery.
Artists from Colorado and one from Wyoming will display sunsets over Buffalo Pass, spring willows in Strawberry Park, pastel images of Wyoming, Rabbit Ears Pass and a collection of wildlife images. For information, call 879-7660.
A BREAK FOR KIDS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSA Blues Break program, Kaleidoscope, offers three sessions of instruction in watercolor, acrylics and clay for children off during mid-winter break Monday through Friday.
The program is from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Depot.
The cost is $55 for each session, all three days. Call Debbie Young at 871-4766 for information and to register.
HAHN'S PEAK PEEK
HAHN'S PEAKAn open house at Colorado State Park's Nature Center at Hahn's Peak will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 24 at the park's visitor center.
Friends of Steamboat Lake State Park will sponsor the exhibit and demonstration for the open house. New displays will be on hand, including one on a beaver den, an exploration station, a topographical map of the region and historical information.
At the open house, Mountain Recreation will present a "Showdown at Snowtown" at noon.
Bring your own shovel for the extreme snow removal challenge that consists of a sprint and walkway shoveling.
A limit of 10 participants with a $25 entry fee for each person will benefit Steamboat Lake Snow Club. To register, call 871-1495.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSEverything from trips to children's classroom projects will be sold at the 10th annual Christian Heritage Banquet Auction at 6:30 p.m. March 16 in the Sheraton Grand Ballroom.
The banquet and auction will help raise money to lower tuition at the Christian Heritage School.
The event has raised about $50,000 in previous years.
Anything over that amount will go toward the media room and computers for the school.
The auction will be presented during the first part of the evening followed by hors d'oeuvres and a dessert buffet while students provide entertainment.
The banquet is free, but
an RSVP is needed. Call 879-1706 for information.