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WORKSHOP ON ENERGY SAVING OFFERED SATURDAY

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSPartners in Interpretation presents "Environment 2001 Mini Series: Saving Energy in Your Home" from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Olympian Hall.

Learn about techniques and devices available to cut down on energy costs and overall consumption of natural resources.

Call 871-9151 for more information.

FINAL RIDES ON ALPINE SLIDE AVAILABLE TODAY

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThis is the last weekend The Howler's Alpine Slide is open at the base of the Barrows chair lift at Howelsen Hill. Rides are $3. Children 2 and under cannot ride the slide.

Call 871-1104 or 879-0695 x. 104 for more information.

LOBSTER FEST FUND-RAISER FOR MUSEUM CONTINUES

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSHands-On! Children's Museum presents a Lobster Fest as a fund-raiser for the museum.

Advance orders for live lobsters are being taken through Monday. To place your order, stop by the museum on Eighth Street between Lincoln Avenue and Yampa Street.

Lobsters will be available for pick up at the Steamboat Seafood and Meat Company from 3 to 6 p.m. Oct. 5.

One to four lobsters are $18 per 1.14-pound lobster; five to eight lobsters are $17 per lobster; more than eight lobsters are $16 per lobster.

All proceeds will benefit the museum.

Call 871-9955 for more information.


COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE SET FOR OCT. 2 AT AIRPORT

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe community blood drive is from 12:30 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Steamboat Springs Airport Bob Adams Field.

Tips for giving blood include eating a healthy, low-fat meal within four hours of donation, drinking plenty of fluids before and after donation, and relaxing for 10 to 15 minutes after donation.

To schedule an appointment or get more information about blood or marrow donations call Terry Sherrill at

879-2081.

AUXILIARY PRESENTS 'STEAMBOAT IN STYLE'

STEAMBOAT SPRINGSYampa Valley Medical Center Auxiliary presents "Steamboat in Style" at noon Oct. 7 at the Sheraton Grand Ballroom. Steamboat in Style features a brunch and the latest fall fashions from Kali's Boutique, Chez Nous, Mango and Bushwackers.

Each of the shops selected a variety of fall and winter fashions with jewelry and accessories.

Tickets are available at all participating stores and from Auxiliary members for $25.

Proceeds will benefit women's services at the Yampa Valley Medical Center. Call 879-3139 for more

information.

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