Cedaredge United Methodist Church will launch a monthly program for children of Cedaredge and surrounding communities with a back-to-school/end of summer celebration from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11.
Our drought has continued with generally hot, dry days. I did receive seven tenths of an inch of rain the last week of July but this storm was spotty at best. We have entered the monsoon season with expected increased chances of rain.
Friday, July 20, proved to be a perfect day for the Plant & Dig Garden Club's annual wildflower viewing on Grand Mesa. There was a slight overcast which kept the temperature just right for our adventure.
Eugenia Bone will speak about and sign her new book "Microbia: A Journey Into the Unseen World Around You" on Wednesday, Aug. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center.
A $10 donation is recommended. Call 856-9195 or visit www.grandmesaartscenter.com or www.deltalibraries.org for more information.
The Town of Orchard City board of trustees met Aug. 1 for a public work session during which they discussed a variety of issues ranging from water to committee assignments.
Trustees serve on various committees which meet periodically to consider topics such as water, personnel, and planning.
The Town of Cedaredge has canceled the usual monthly work session which would have been held on Aug. 9. Instead town trustees will focus on the process of planning next year's town budget.
As the region's current drought persists -- and with wildfires burning throughout the West -- the Cedaredge Volunteer Fire Department is continuing to seek new members. For application procedures, contact Chief Dan Sanders at the Cedaredge Police Department, 140 NW 2nd Street, 970-856-4301.
Cedaredge United Methodist Church will launch a monthly program for children of Cedaredge and surrounding communities with a back-to-school/end of summer celebration from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11. Based on Ecclesiastes 3:1-8, which says there is a season for every purpose under heaven, children from kindergarten to fifth grade will enjoy music, drama, arts and crafts, outdoor games, including water games, snacks, lunch and a trip to pick seasonal produce at one of the area's farms.
The basement and sanctuary at Cedaredge United Methodist Church were packed last Wednesday as area residents gathered to celebrate the town's Rotary Club and the club's commitment to world-wide causes.
Joe Agne, pastor of the church and incoming president of the Cedaredge Rotary Club, hosted the evening which featured a pasta dinner prepared by church members.
As summer enters its final month, the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce has compiled a list of events stretching from the August Serenity Run, through October's gigantic AppleFest celebration, and all the way to the town's Parade of Lights in December.
Beginning this Friday and Saturday -- on Aug. 3-4 -- the 33rd annual International Serenity Run (ISR) comes to town.
The August version of Cedaredge's popular First Friday Art Walk will add new wrinkles to its typical menu of artisan booths and restaurant treats. The monthly art walk will take place as usual along Main Street from 5-7 p.m on Friday, Aug. 3, but there will be lots to do inside the new Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center (GMAEC).
The Town of Cedaredge and the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce are collaborating to bring the community the final Celebrate Cedaredge event of the summer on Saturday, Aug. 4, at Town Park from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Start your morning with a fresh, fluffy flapjack, courtesy of the VFW Post #9221, which is serving up its annual pancake breakfast at the Stolte Shed from 7-10 a.m.
This weekend, in conjunction with the annual International Serenity Run, the Grand Mesa Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 9221 will once again serve its popular pancake breakfasts. The morning meals will be dished up on Friday, Aug. 3, and Saturday, Aug. 4, from 7-10 a.m.
No one knows how to do August like the Town of Cedaredge, and this weekend will be jam-packed, filled with family-friendly activities that will showcase just how wonderful the Surface Creek Valley is.
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