Women's hockey team works for tips at Rodeo
The Steamboat Storm women's hockey team, the reigning Colorado Women's Ice Hockey State Champions, will be working for tips all day and all night at the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Friday and Saturday. Look for them inside the two concession trailers at Romick Rodeo Arena, where they will be selling cold beer and sodas, with their tips going to support the team.
LIFT-UP will be closed next week, July 6-10
The LIFT-UP of Routt County Donation Center will be closed next week, July 6-10. Donations will be accepted again on July 15 and 17, or by appointment the week of July 14. Call 879-3374.
All-levels yoga class offered at Rec Center
A new all-levels yoga class is being offered from 7 to 8:15 a.m. Mondays at the Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation Center. The center continues to offer other all-level yoga classes at 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and 7:15 to 8:45 a.m. Saturdays.
Literary Sojourn quilt on display at library
"Yampa Valley Summer," a quilt handcrafted by Steamboat Springs quilt artist David Taylor for Literary Sojourn 2003, is on display now at the Bud Werner Memorial Library. A benefit drawing for the quilt will take place on Sept. 13, the day of Literary Sojourn. Drawing tickets are $15 each and are available at Off the Beaten Path and the library.
Youth T-ball program has space available
The Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation Department has space available in its youth T-ball program. The program is for children entering kindergarten or first grade in fall 2003 and will run from early July through August. Cost is $45. Stop by the parks and recreation office to complete a registration form or call 879-4300.
Drop-in, open-gym wrestling offered
Drop-in, open-gym wrestling for all ages and all ability levels is being offered from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at the Steamboat Springs High School Wrestling Room. There is no cost and wrestlers should bring appropriate clothing. Call Brian Smith at 291-9166.
Moffat County plans biggest 'fair parade ever'
The Moffat County Fair Board, Moffat County Extension Office and the Craig Downtown Business Association are planning the "biggest Moffat County Fair Parade ever" to take place on Aug. 2. The theme will be "85 years of joy and tears." Organizations and businesses are needed to enter floats and to sponsor awards for float categories. Call Karen at 824-7898.
Expert biker will lead women's clinics
Expert mountain biker and certified coach Katie Lindquist, World Champion 24-hour Mountain Bike Racer in 2000, will lead weekly women's only mountain bike clinics throughout the summer. This clinics are designed for women ages 16 and up at the beginner to intermediate level who are ready to move from a dirt road to a trail. Learn how to change a flat tire, get a better fit on your bike, navigate obstacles, work on braking, switchbacks, climbing and downhill skill building. Clinics take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Friday from June 27 to Aug. 29, excluding July 4, meeting at the Billy Kidd statue in Gondola Square.