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One night only at the Pub

John Gibbs and The Usual Suspects featuring Mark Eptein of the Johnny Winter Band perform at 9:30 p.m. Friday at the Old Town Pub for one night only. Old Town Pub is located on the corner of Sixth Street and Lincoln Avenue in downtown. No cover, 21 and older only.

Teen summer job fair at CMC

The 20th annual Governor's Summer Job Hunt is from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in Bristol Hall on the Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus. Employers and all Routt County youth, ages 14 to 21, are invited for an evening designed to provide job search strategies to help job seekers gain a competitive edge. The Summer Job Hunt is collaborating with the Youth Council of the Northwest Colorado Workforce Board. Food, entertainment and prizes will be available. Work-related workshops, applications for jobs and interviews with employers also will be available. Call Sarena Morris at the Colorado Workforce Center at 879-3075 for more information.

Tale telling for tots

Professional storyteller Susan Marie Frontczak shares stories of the sea with children at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Centennial Hall on 10th and Oak streets. This free, 45-minute presentation is open to families with children ages 4 and up. Sponsored by the Bud Werner Memorial Library.

Kaleidoscope colors for kids

Kaleidoscope and the Hands-On! Children's Museum are offering a pastels and multi media class from 3:30 to 5 p.m. every Wednesday in May, except May 30, at the Children's Museum. The cost is $25 for four sessions, space is limited. Children will learn basic color theory using different types of pastels, papers and other media. Call 871-9955 for more information.

Life's a game for dancers

Third Law Dance/Theatre presents "end, game, begin," at 8 p.m. May 11 and 12 at the Cleo Parker Robinson Theater in Denver. This dance/theater concert uses chess strategy to explore power, attraction, love, sex, fears, games and forgiveness. The production is roduced, directed and choreographed by Kathryn Elliott and Susan Levin. Tickets are $14 for adults, $11 for senior, students and CDA members. For reservations and information call 303-938-8656.

Art of Native Americans

The Denver Art Museum presents "Deep Roots: Indian Artists, Community Heroes" through May 6. From six of the country's leading Native American artists, their art can be viewed to celebrate the Community Spirit Awardsa national fellowship award for established artists who have made substantial contributions to their communities. Arts includes: photography, woodcarving, basketry, pottery, sculpture and more.

Taking a trip to Boulder?

Following is the schedule of events for the Boulder Theatre this week. The theatre is located at 2032 14th Street in Boulder. Call 303-786-7030.

Friday: KUVO, KGNU and Boulder Weekly Present The John Scofield Real Jazz Project featuring Bill Stewart and Seamus Blake at 8 p.m. General admission is $22, Gold Circle reserved admission is $26.50, all ages welcome.

Saturday: Suburban Subversive presents An A # Event Phife Dawg from Tribe Called Quest with special guest Vinroc at 9 p.m. Tickets are $15.75 in advance and $19 the day of show, all ages welcome.

Tuesday: Boulder Weekly Film Series presents "Pollock" at 7 and 9:30 p.m. General admission is $5, all ages welcome.

Thursday: KGNU presents Groove-Grass Hoedown with Shanti Groove, Ross Martin and Friends and special guest Tall Tree Grove at 9 p.m. General admission is $5.25, 21 and older only.

Butterflies for seniors

The Recreational Services Department offer a trip to the Butterfly Pavilion May 22 for those 55 and older. The Pavilion outside Denver will offer butterflies, insects and tropical plants to observe. Itinerary: 8 a.m. departure to Flatirons Crossing Mall to shop until 1:30 p.m., then a tour of the Pavilion. Stopping in Dillon for dinner and returning home at 9 p.m. Cost is $14 including transportation and entrance to Pavilion. Call 879-4300 to register. Participation is limited.

'Steamboatin'

up for auction

Residents and visitors can view and place a bid on John Fawcett's watercolor "Steamboatin" at Two Rivers Gallery. The silent auction for the artwork will benefit Strings in the Mountains. Every year an artist donates a piece to be auctioned for Strings. The work also appears on the organization's programs and posters.

The silent auction ends at

8 p.m. Aug. 11 and bids begin at $5,000. Two Rivers Gallery is at 56 Ninth St.

Pool party at the Grand

The Steamboat Grand invites the community to a pool party from 3:30 p.m. until dusk every Thursday at poolside, with prizes for the most creative slippers and flip-flops.

Great music will accompany poolside food and drink specials, ranging from $1 to $3. Gates open at 3 p.m. Bring your suit and towel because whether it's rain, snow or shine, the whirlpools will be bubbling and the grill will be hot. Call 871-5500 for more information.

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