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Salida Chamber Calendar

Calendar subject to cancellations or postponements due to COVID-19.

Salida Film Festival: American Fiction

Salida SteamPlant

Director: Cord Jefferson Opening Night Film – Sponsored by Colorado Office of Film Television Media Salida SteamPlant 7:00pm - Thursday, May 9 Thelonious “Monk” Ellison’s writing career has stalled because his work isn’t deemed “Black enough.” Monk, a writer and English professor, writes a satirical novel under a pseudonym, aiming to expose the publishing world’s hypocrisies. The book’s immediate success forces him to get deeper enmeshed in his assumed identity and challenges his closely-held worldviews. Film is Rated R. Winner of the 2024 Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Burmac Camping Installation with GARNA, Chaffee Rec. Adopters and Friends of Fourmile

The BLM is converting Burmac to designated dispersed camping! Join the Rec Adopters, Salida Mountain Trails and Friends of Fourmile to come help breakdown old sites, install posts and other projects to get the site cleaned up and ready for camping! 9am. Crews will be working all day, come for as long as you can! Sign Up Here  https://forms.gle/HzwmUnr5iZkMn6Q78

Salida Film Festival: “A Home in Paradise” Premier

Salida SteamPlant

The Chaffee County “We Are Chaffee” storytelling initiative has been developing a community-focused documentary for the past year and is hosting two film premieres and several free showings throughout the county this summer and fall. The dates for the premieres of “A Home in Paradise” have been set for Friday May 10th as part of the Salida Film Festival and will include a panel discussion with the people who share their stories in the film, the directors and producers, and local experts on housing and health. Join us after the premiere for an upscale social with appetizers & desserts by Kalamatapit & a cash bar. Take your turn on the red carpet & photo booth. ~ Red Carpet Attire Encouraged ~ Music provided by the local musicians who created the music for the film. Tickets can be purchased at the Salida SteamPlant website, April 22nd. The second premiere date is Wednesday, June 5th at the Salida SteamPlant and will be a free community event with only registration required. After the movie showing, We Are Chaffee will host a complimentary dinner and facilitated community discussion. Read the press release here!

Aging Gracefully

A Church

Salida Dermatology presents an evening of education about skin care and procedures May 10th at 5:30.  RSVP for there will be appetizers provided by Michelle Gap of Kalamatapit Catering. Click here for the link to RSVP

Salida Film Festival: THE ARC OF OBLIVION with Short Film: THE LOST SEASON

Salida SteamPlant

Director: Ian Cheney Salida SteamPlant 7:45pm - Friday, May 10 THE ARC OF OBLIVION explores a quirk of humankind: in a universe that erases its tracks, we humans are hellbent on leaving a trace. Set against the backdrop of the filmmaker’s quixotic quest to build an art in a field in Maine, the film heads far afield – to salt mines in the Alps, fjords in the Arctic, and ancient libraries in the Sahara – to illuminate the strange world of archives, record-keeping, and memory. Film is Not Rated. Preceded by THE LOST SEASON (directed by Kelly Sears, filmmaker and CU-Boulder Cinema Studies & Moving Image Arts professor), the film premiered at 2024 Sundance Film Festival.

Salida Film Festival: True Stories

Salida SteamPlant

TRUE STORIES Director: David Byrne Late Night Looks – Songs on Screen Salida SteamPlant 10:00pm - Friday, May 10 This Late Night Looks section of Salida Film Festival revisits a visual and musical gem. Talking Heads’ David Byrne uses a fictional Texas town as the backdrop to satirize the eccentricities of America in TRUE STORIES. Starring John Goodman, Swoosie Kurtz and Spalding Gray. Film is Rated PG.

Arbor Day on S Mountain 2024

The Salida Parks department has 270 native tree saplings to plant, and they need your help!  This is our first year in a multiyear effort to begin a reforestation project on S Mountain, in collaboration with GARNA, Colorado Conservancy, and Colorado State Forest Service . We will be planting Pine and Juniper saplings in two different locations on the mountain, so please be prepared to be involved in digging, walking, and carrying materials - tools will be provided, bring gloves if you have them, and dress appropriately (closed toe shoes, layers, etc.)! The group will meet at Mountain Heritage Park at 9am on Saturday May 11th. Thank you for joining us! Click HERE to sign up to volunteer!

Salida Film Festival: Thelma

Salida SteamPlant

THELMA Director: Josh Margolin 12:30pm - Saturday, May 11 Inspired by a real-life experience of filmmaker Josh Margolin’s own grandmother, THELMA shines a spotlight on an elderly grandmother as an unlikely action hero. The film features Oscar® nominee June Squibb (NEBRASKA) in her first leading role, as well as the final performance of trailblazing actor Richard Roundtree (SHAFT). Film is Rated PG-13.

Salida Film Festival: Environmental Shorts

Salida SteamPlant

Sponsored by GARNA, High Country Bank, Protect Our Winters, Salida Mountain Sports 3:00pm - Saturday, May 11 Salida SteamPlant A package of documentary shorts that will bring you outside and get you thinking about the individual forces that impact our lives. RIVER MAMMA (dir. Sarah Hamilton) – Ride along on a lifelong raft guide’s journey through single motherhood, bringing her 8-month-old to the only job she ever knew while grappling with societal expectations. BODY OF A LINE (dir. Henna Taylor) – In this animated documentary, Madeleine Sorkin undertakes an intimate and creative journey to climb the most difficult rock climb above 13,500 feet in the world: the Dunn-Westbay Direct on Longs Peak in Colorado. THE HYPOCRITE (dir. Amie Engerbretson) – A film that aims to squarely address imperfect advocacy in the world of snow sports. SVALBARD: FELT ESSENCE OF (dir. Alexandra Lockhart) – This choreographic expression filmed in Svalbard, Norway immerses us in the environment, in hopes of learning from and experiencing the essence of the place, and then respond. CLIMATARIUM: A RURAL EDUCATION ROADMAP (dir. Julie Jackson) – Discover three communities in rural Colorado coming together to solve the climate crisis, one student career pathway at a time.

Salida Film Festival: Holy Frit

Salida SteamPlant

HOLY FRIT Director: Justin S. Monroe Closing Night Film Salida SteamPlant 6:30pm - Saturday, May 11 A talented yet unknown Los Angeles artist bluffs his way into a commission for the largest stained glass window of its kind. Yet, he doesn’t know how to make it and seeks help from an Italian glass maestro to complete the project in time. Film is Not Rated.

Mother’s Day Brunch at Mount Princeton’s Mary Murphy’s Steakhouse

Mary Murphy Steak House @ Mount Princeton

Join us on May 12, 2024, from 9am-2pm for a delightful Mother's Day celebration at Mary Murphy Steak House, nestled within the serene surroundings of Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort. Treat your mom to a memorable brunch experience that will make her day truly special.   After indulging in a delectable brunch spread, why not extend the celebration with a relaxing spa day? Pamper your mom with the ultimate gift of rejuvenation amidst the soothing waters of the hot springs. Imagine unwinding together in nature's embrace, letting go of all worries and embracing pure relaxation. Show your mom just how much she means to you by treating her to a day filled with love, laughter, and cherished moments at Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort. Reserve your spot for Mother's Day Brunch today and give the gift of a magical experience that she'll treasure forever. Don't miss this opportunity to celebrate the most important woman in your life in a truly spectacular setting. Book your table and purchase your gift cards now for an unforgettable Mother's Day at Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort!

Maryanne Rozzi, Celtic Harpist, performing for a Mother’s Day “High Tea”!

Salida Scout Hut

Maryanne Rozzi, Celtic Harpist, will be performing for a Mother's Day "High Tea" May 12th from 11am to 1pm. This event is presented by "A Day To Remember Events" at the Scout Hut in Salida Colorado, located in Riverside Park at 210 East Sackett Avenue. Cuisine by Kalamata Pit. Best in Show Hat contest. And much more. $40/person. If you would like to book Maryanne for your next special event, contact her at (719)838-0279 or email solarozzi@yahoo.com.

We Are Chaffee – Live Podcast

Salida SteamPlant

We Are Chaffee podcast host Adam Williams engages in an in-depth conversation with Chaffee County Film Commissioner Julie Jackson.

Salida Film Festival: Scripted Shorts

Salida SteamPlant

2:30pm - Sunday, May 12 Salida SteamPlant Sometimes memories and heartache compel us forward, making new connections and strengthening old ones, and often brings a smile. THE MOVE (dir. Eric Kissack) – A couple moving in together for the first time learn new things about each other, their apartment and the universe. DEATH & RAMEN (dir. Tiger Ji) – On his final night alive, a ramen chef goes on an unintended odyssey with the Grim Reaper. BIG GEORGE (dir. Jamie Effros) – A working actor struggles in the “business” and finds himself trying to justify to his nine-year-old daughter – and to himself – why he’s still chasing his dream. REST STOP (dir. Noah Sellman) – In the near future, a young auto mechanic struggles to keep his family’s roadside rest stop afloat and find his place in a newly mechanized world. DEEP IN MY HEART IS A SONG (dir. Jonathan Pickett) – Based on the life of singer Johnny Bencomo, an aging country musician who’s struggling to make ends meet receives an offer for an unusual private gig.

Salida Film Festival: Remembering Gene Wilder

Salida SteamPlant

REMEMBERING GENE WILDER Director: Ron Frank Last Look Presentation Salida SteamPlant 4:30pm - Sunday, May 12 This loving tribute to Gene Wilder celebrates his life and legacy as the comic genius behind an extraordinary string of film roles, from his first collaboration with Mel Brooks in THE PRODUCERS, to the enigmatic title role in the original WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, to his inspired on-screen partnership with Richard Pryor in movies like SILVER STREAK. It is illustrated by a bevy of touching and hilarious clips and outtakes, never-before-seen home movies, narration from Wilder’s audiobook memoir, and interviews with a roster of brilliant friends and collaborators. Film is Not Rated.

Salida Walking Tours

DAILY MARCH 1 - MAY 15 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY MAY 15 - SEPTEMBER 1 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 8 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY SEPTEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 31 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m.

League of Women Voters May Meeting to Highlight 2024 Colorado Climate, Environmental Legislation

Colorado Citizens’ Climate Lobby volunteers Susan Campbell and Bob Blackburn are the featured speakers for the May 13th, Chaffee County League of Women Voters Meeting at the Poncha Springs Town Hall, 330 Burnett Ave, Poncha Springs, CO  81242.  The meeting will begin with an 11:15 am social and business hour followed by the speakers’ presentations from 12 to 1 pm. The speakers will provide information about the climate and environmental bills that passed the 2024 Colorado Legislative Session which concludes on May 8. These bills are in the areas of agricultural tax credits, water quality, electric vehicle charging permitting reform, energy and carbon management regulation, wildfire mitigation and more. Susan Campbell is involved in climate policy and advocacy and serves as co-chair of the Colorado Citizens’ Climate Lobby State Legislative Committee.  She also engages in project work on ecological systems and habitat restoration with Wildlands Restoration Volunteers. Bob Blackburn, a retired contractor and IT manager, co-chairs the Colorado Citizens’ Climate Lobby Legislative team. “This will be a highly informative session pertinent to many of the climate and agricultural issues facing our county,” said League program organizer Bonnie Davis.  She added, “The general public is welcome to attend and learn about the latest updates in this fast-changing area." For more information about the League and its programs, visit lwvchaffeecounty.org Lynn Schultz-Writsel 571-228-8309 lwritsel@hotmail.com


This Isn’t What I Expected, Caregivers and Parents Weekly Group

Salida Early Childhood Center 516 Teller Street, Salida, CO, United States

A weekly group for parents or caregivers of young children. Offering a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space to gather with a professional and other parents. This group will provide empathy, information and resources and practical help to parents as they navigate the challenges of raising small children. FREE CHILDCARE and light snacks will be provided. Please register!

Salida Walking Tours

DAILY MARCH 1 - MAY 15 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY MAY 15 - SEPTEMBER 1 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 8 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY SEPTEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 31 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m.


Embracing Aging Chaffee: Yoga for Grown Ups!

Salida Community Center

Come out for Yoga for Grown Ups at the Salida Community Center! What: Yoga for Grown ups! If you can breathe you can practice yoga. Bring a water bottle, yoga mat if you have one, and an open mind. When: Tuesday’s 10:30am-11:30am Where: Salida Community Center, 305 F Street

Emergency Preparedness & Go Kit Distribution (RSVP Required)

A Church

This event is sold out.  If you are interested to be put on a wait-list, or to be contacted for their next presentation, please email sgibb@chaffeecounty.org or call 719-207-6563. Chaffee County Public Health (CCPH) is excited to announce that due to high demand and a sold out event in March at the library in Salida, CCPH will be presenting a workshop on emergency preparedness and go- kit distribution open to all ages at A Church in Salida on Tuesday, May 14th from 11am-noon. The workshop will be presented by CCPH Emergency Preparedness and Response Coordinator, Sophia Gibb, and CCPH Director, Andrea Carlstrom. The go-kits include essential items and necessary supplies that you can easily grab during an emergency. Supplies include: flashlights, water bottles, and first aid kits. Recipients would put all supplies in a backpack or “Go-Bag” to easily grab in case of an emergency like a wildfire. There will also be information presented on evacuation checklists, insurance coverage, preparing pets for disaster, and much more. “Chaffee County Public Health is excited to be able to offer this presentation again, due to the high demand we had for the initial presentation. It is crucial that every household has a go-kit ready in case of emergency. We hope that all Chaffee County residents who are interested in what to do and what to bring during an emergency will register to attend. Free go-kits will be available for those who register for the event” says Sophia Gibb, CCPH Emergency Preparedness and Response Coordinator. For more information and to reserve your spot at the Emergency Preparedness Workshop and Go-Kit Distribution at A Church on May 14th, please contact Sophia Gibb at sgibb@chaffeecounty.org or 719-207-6563. Space is limited to the first 30 people.

Silent Book Club at A Church

A Church

Read together in quiet camaraderie. At Silent Book Club, there's no assigned reading. All readers are welcome—ebooks, audiobooks, textbooks, comic books... it's BYOBook. Friends and strangers gather share what they're reading, and settle in for an hour of silent, sustained reading. At the end of the hour, attendees can socialize—or not! Free event!

Salida Walking Tours

DAILY MARCH 1 - MAY 15 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY MAY 15 - SEPTEMBER 1 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 8 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY SEPTEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 31 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m.

Film Club: The Beautiful Game

The Stardust Event Center 16450 CR 306, Buena Vista, Colorado

Cost: FREE! Time: 2pm-4:30pm Location: The Stardust Event Center- 16450 CR 306 Buena Vista

Salida Walking Tours

DAILY MARCH 1 - MAY 15 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY MAY 15 - SEPTEMBER 1 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 8 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY SEPTEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 31 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m.

Recipe for Hope Luncheon by Care and Share Food Bank of Alamosa

Outcalt Event and Conference Center Ski Hi Complex, 2335 Sherman Avenue, Monte Vista,, CO, United States

Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado will be hosting their Recipe for Hope Luncheon 2024 event on Thursday, May 16th, from 12-1pm at the Outcalt Conference and Event Center at SLV Sky Hi Complex in the San Luis Valley. For years, Care and Share's Recipe for Hope Luncheons in Colorado Springs and Pueblo have provided attendees the opportunity to hear powerful stories of hope and inspiration from our neighbors experiencing food insecurity, our partners, and our supporters. Now, the luncheon is coming to the San Luis Valley! During the one-hour program, you will learn more about Care and Share's 50-year impact - along with their vision for serving the Valley and southwest region through their new SLV Distribution Center located in Alamosa. Whether you're a sponsor, a table captain, or a guest, your support is a vital ingredient in furthering their mission in helping to create more access to nutritious food for those in need. There are still sponsorship opportunities for this event! To view more information about sponsoring Care and Share's Recipe for Hope Luncheon, view this link!


Free Tech Help!

FREE Service!! Are you afraid of or frustrated with computers? Develop skills with computers and phones. Email, Apps, safe internet use, job search. Contact Deb at 719-626-1479 to schedule a time. Free Service!!

Green Drinks!

The Office Bar 146 W. 1st Street, Salida, CO

Meet and mingle with community groups and business leaders working to solve local environmental issues from waste to water to energy and more! Hear from the CSU Extention Office Director Monica Pless about gardening, growing your own food and the Master Gardener program. Short informal presentation followed by networking & idea sharing. FREE to attend! (but please buy a beverage) https://www.greendrinks.org/salida

Salida Pride Fundraiser at Riveting Experience Jewelry!

Come join us at Riveting Experience Jewelry as we celebrate our LGBTQ+ community and help raise funds for Salida Pride festivities! May 16th 6-8 pm, reservations encouraged, go to www.rivetingexperience.com and use our reservation app or call 719-530-3032 At Riveting Experience we will have all the necessary components to allow you to make Pride themed jewelry or any other style you may like as well as Permanent jewelry. Come down and join us as we take you through the steps of designing and crafting your own jewelry in a patient, accepting  and kind environment. We promise it will be a fun time had by all. 50% of all proceeds from the evening will be donated by Riveting Experience to Ark Valley Pride.


Salida SteamPlant

WE get WILD + WOO a NIGHT of Spirited Psychic Readings for Your Business Are you on a quest for Clarity, Spiritual Guidance, or Psychic Insights for your BUSINESS? Join Willow Bradner, the renowned Accidental Psychic, for an evening that promises not just insight and comfort but a generous dose of humor and heartfelt inspiration. Our Wild and Woo events are where connections to the spiritual realm and everyday life merge beautifully. Here's What to Expect at WE get WILD and Woo Psychic Event: Willow, a Psychic Medium known for her unique blend of humor and depth, tackles all aspects of life – love, career, family, and even the topics you thought were off-limits. Her approach, lovingly dubbed 'Puppies and Rainbows,' brings a lightness and joy to psychic readings, leaving you feeling uplifted and empowered. But tonight Willow Focuses on her WE Love of BUSINESS by lifting yours up and helping you find confidence, clarity and GOLD nuggets in what your business, or business dreams. Who Will Love This Event? Entrepreneurs and Professionals interested in Psychic Readings and Spiritual Consultations. Seekers longing for deeper Spiritual Connections and Energy Work in their profession. Entrepreneurs looking for guidance, clarity, confidence and a hearty laugh. Event Highlights Include: Personalized Psychic Medium Readings. Spiritual Guidance Infused with Humor. Connecting with your business or profession. Engaging Group Readings (Participation Optional). Join the Interactive Psychic Lottery: All attendees have the chance to be part of our unique psychic reading lottery. Buy a ticket, and you can choose to enter your name for a reading or simply enjoy the experience as an observer. Venue and Details: Ready to embrace a night of spiritual exploration and laughter? Secure your spot now for a transformative psychic experience like no other. Stay rad, stay curious, and always trust the WOO in you. Join us in this fun pre conference evening event. NOTE: This is a separate ticket from the May 17 Power of WE conference. You can attend this separately or in conjunction with the May 17 event. 

Conscious Discipline Virtual Parent Night

Chaffee County Early Childhood Council is proud to announce this month's Conscious Discipline Virtual Parent Night event on May 16th, from 7PM to 8PM.  The session will cover "Transforming the way we see "misbehavior" - belligerent children benefit by finding their power, so let's empower them!"   To register for the event, click here!  

Salida Walking Tours

DAILY MARCH 1 - MAY 15 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY MAY 15 - SEPTEMBER 1 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 8 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m. DAILY SEPTEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 31 Outlaws, Whores & History Tour - 11 a.m. History on Tap - 3 p.m. Ghost & Murder Walking Tour - 7 p.m. Haunted Pub Crawl - 7:30 p.m.

2024 Power of WE Conference

Salida SteamPlant

Set to take place on May 17, 2024, this event is a beacon for women-owned businesses, entrepreneurs, and leaders across private, public, and non-profit sectors. We will have two keynote speakers, 8 workshop sessions, catered breaks, a social hour opportunity, meaningful networking, and so much more! Our 2024 theme, "Amplifying Purpose + People + Profit," focuses on creating a platform to ignite positive change and elevate impactful discussions. There are numerous opportunities to show your support and join in this event. Click here to learn more and register!  

CU Anschutz Multidisciplinary Center on Aging’s Research Roadshow Coming to Chaffee County

Chaffee County Fairgrounds

Chaffee County Public Health Presents a Free Community Opportunity: CU Anschutz Multidisciplinary Center on Aging’s Research Roadshow Coming to Chaffee County on May 17 at the Chaffee County Fairground. Research is one way you can make a difference! To learn more about the event and view the full press release, click here! To register for the Research Roadshow, click here! View the agenda here!  

TAHR Services Presents, Business Webinar: Making Your 1st Hire Successfully

Join TAHR Services on Friday, May 17th at 11am for their Business Webinar: Making Your 1st Hire Successfully Attendees will learn strategies, tactics, and best practices in making the first hire for their business. We will provide guidance and practical strategies you can implement immediately to hire the best talent and retain them. This session will teach you how to examine the current state of your business, from an operational, financial, and human capital perspective and perform the necessary strategic planning and execution to hire great talent. This interactive session will include the speaker engaging with the audience throughout the presentation providing direct responses and guidance to support success. Who Should Attend: Small Business Owners and Solopreneurs seeking to make their first hire or enhance and improve their planning and execution of the talent acquisition process. Learning Outcomes: - Attendees will learn strategies to identify when the timing is right to add a new / first resource to their business. - Attendees will learn how to evaluate the total costs of hiring a new employee. - Attendees will be exposed to various employment practice risks and best practices for recruitment activities. - Attendees will gain insight on payroll practices and compliance considerations. - Attendees will be provided guidance on an effective new hire and onboarding strategy to effectively start and retain new hires. CLICK HERE to register for the webinar!

2024 Golf Scramble

The Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce will be holding the 2024 Golf Scramble on May 17th, 2024, at the Salida Golf Club, located at 411 Crestone Ave. Tee times are available from 11:30am-2:22pm. Following the event, Business After Hours will be hosted by the Vaqueros from 5-7pm at the Golf Cabin Bar & Grill. Business After Hours is free for registered golf teams and $10 for the public. The golfing event requires pre-registration and will cost $200 for a team of four, or $50 per person. Teams must be mixed gender. The fee includes the nine-hole round of golf, food, a swag giveaway and an opportunity to win prizes for low gross, low net, closest to the pin, accurate drive, and long drive  Golf carts are NOT INCLUDED and will be available on a first come first serve basis at the Pro Shop. Handcarts will also be available on a limited basis. The Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce invites you to pre-register your team of four below, or by calling the Chamber at (719) 539-2068. Registration must include names of your players and contact information of the team lead. All participants MUST pre-register by May 10th, however early registration grants you the time slot that you desire. Entry fees may be paid over the phone, by stopping at the Chamber office, or by mailing a check to our office, Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce, 406 W. Highway 50, Salida CO, 81202 As with the years past, sign sponsorships are available for $150, which will feature your business name and phone number on the course. Sign sponsorships are not part of the registration, but an opportunity for a business to showcase their company and support the event. Please register here, or contact the Chamber at (719) 539-2068 to reserve your tee time! Thank you to our generous sponsors, for helping us with this event: Atmos Energy, First Colorado Land Office and The Ryan Lynch Agency of American Family Insurance.

Business After Hours at the Golf Cabin Bar & Grill

Salida Golf Cabin Bar & Grill 404 Grant Street, Salida, CO

Business After Hours will be hosted by the Vaqueros, following the Annual Golf Scramble at the Salida Golf Cabin Bar and Grill. Business After Hours is free for registered golf teams and $10 for the public.

Broadway & Beyond! Talent Showcase- Child Performance

A Church

Arts First Productions presents "Broadway and Beyond" a two night talent show May 17th kids perform May 18th adults perform. This is a fundraiser for scholarships to Arts First summer program. Suggested donation of $20 $5 raffle tickets to win voice lessons! Location: A Church