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Steamboat briefs: Library accepting teen art submissions to display

Bud Werner Memorial Library is accepting submissions for its teen art wall. The ongoing exhibit showcases the art of local teens and displays new artwork about every three months. Routt County teens between ages 13 and 18 are welcome to submit artwork in all media, including paintings, photography, drawings and more. Matted or framed artwork can be dropped off anytime at the library. For more information, call 879-0240, ext. 312.

On Monday, Bud Werner Memorial Library hosts Teen Art Night at 7:30 p.m. at the library. All Routt County teens, grades eight to 12, are welcome. No registration is required. Art supplies and refreshments will be provided. Monday’s theme is “Create a Graffiti Art Wall.”

Yampa Valley Community Band starts practice Oct. 5

The first rehearsal of the Yampa Valley Community Band is from 7 to 9 p.m. Oct. 5 at Steamboat Springs Middle School. The group will be open to all musicians who have some level of playing experience and will rehearse from 7 to 9 p.m. Mondays, band organizer Mark Rasmussen said.

There is no cost to join the band, and there are no auditions. Yampa Valley Community Band is open to students and to residents of any part of the Yampa Valley, Rasmussen said. The group is in its planning stages, but Rasmussen said the band could play a holiday concert depending on how rehearsals go.

For more information about the band or to join, call Rasmussen at 970-291-1254 or e-mail