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COMMUNITY FORUM SET FOR LATE START

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSA community forum on the Late Start: Planning for Student Achievement Proposal will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Steamboat Springs High School. Building administrators from all four district schools have been working to create a plan to provide all staff with more time for lesson planning, curriculum work and staff development. The proposal is to incorporate a weekly late start dedicated to improving student achievement. The proposal is for the weekly late start to begin fall 2001.

APRES SKI POOL PARTY PLANNED

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Steamboat Grand invites the community to an Apres Ski Pool Party from 4 p.m. until dusk. Thursday at poolside. Make it a Thong Thursday with prizes for the most creative slippers and flip-flops. The high-energy, rock and blues band The Johnny O. Band will perform for no cover charge. Gates open at 3 p.m. for poolside food and drink specials. Bring your suit and towel because whether it's rain or shine, the event will take place. Call Kate Miller, activities coordinator, for more information

at 871-5514.

PROGRAM OFFERS KIDS CARE SAMPLER

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSKids Care Sampler for Parents presents a free workshop from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Soda Creek Elementary Library. Kids Care focuses on skill development and the strengthening of positive peer interaction. "Understanding Your Child's Behavior" is the theme for the workshop that teaches respect and responsibility. Free child care is available for workshop. Cost is $3 for a pizza lunch for you and your child. Register in the office of Soda Creek or Strawberry Park elementaries or call counselor Judy Schwall at 879-0652 for more information.

VISUAL ARTS EXHIBIT OPENS AT THE DEPOT

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSSteamboat Springs Arts Council presents the work of Wayne Salge and Bonnie McGee as the March Visual Arts Exhibit at the Depot beginning March 1. Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Salge studied abstract painting and moved to sculpture at the suggestion of a professor. Currently she is sculpting full time in Denver. McGee, after teaching English and sailing around the world, settled in Steamboat to paint the beauty that surrounds her. The exhibit continues through April 1. Gallery hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

WILD HORSE GALLERY HOSTS SCULPTOR

The Wild Horse Gallery is hosting a one-man show, "Journeys of the Imagination," with all the sculptures of Gary Price March 9-25. Many of Price's works capture the joy and innocence of childhood.

His versatility as a sculptor can be seen in his depictions of Native Americans as well as animals.

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