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DANCE HONORS TUMMINELLO
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSBallet Northwest presents a 35-minute, three-piece dance series for the community in memory of Amy Tumminello who died of breast cancer.
The dance is at 4 p.m. March 25 at the Depot for $5. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of a statue in Tumminello's honor.
Tumminello was a dancer and choreographer of the Steamboat Dance Theatre for about 15 years.

WINE, BEER TASTING TO BENEFIT MUSEUM
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSTo benefit the Tread of Pioneers Museum, a wine and beer tasting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. March 30 at Centennial Hall, corner of 10th and Oak streets.
Tickets are available for $35 per person at the museum, The Bottleneck, All That Jazz and Mountain High Technology for tastings, hors d'oeuvres and chocolate desserts.
The event is sponsored by The Bottleneck, National Distributing Corp., Pinnacle Distributing Corp., Steamboat Brewery and Tavern and Steamboat Springs Cellars.

EMERALD MOUNTAIN SERIES ON DISPLAY
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSArtist R.C. Dieckhoff exhibits his paintings of The Emerald Mountain Series through April 1 at The Small Works Gallery.
A portion of the proceeds of sales from the print "Emerald Mountain on River Walk" goes to the support of The Emerald Mountain Partnership in its effort to raise $17.5 million for the conservation purchase of the 6,345-acre parcel.
Emerald Mountain forms the southwest backdrop of Steamboat Springs.
The Colorado State Land Board currently owns the land and has pledged to obtain the highest financial return in order to help fund public education in Colorado, but wants to sell it.
Emerald Mountain Partnership wants to maintain the agricultural and wildlife heritage of the parcel.

VISUAL ARTS EXHIBIT CONTINUES
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSSteamboat Springs Arts Council presents the work of Wayne Salge and Bonnie McGee at the March Visual Arts Exhibit at the Depot 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.

JOURNEYS EXHIBIT CLOSES THIS WEEK
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Wild Horse Gallery is hosting a one-man show, "Journeys of the Imagination," with the sculptures of Gary Price through March 25.
Many of Price's works capture the joy and innocence of childhood.
The gallery has shown Price's works since December 1998, while you also can find his larger sculptures at the Steamboat Springs Botanic Park and outside Off The Beaten Path Bookstore.

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