Tag: Carbondale CO

Boomerang Open Mic

Every 3rd Thursday of the month Boomerang Coffee Company puts on an Open Mic Night for the Carbondale Community. The next Open Mic Night is scheduled for April 16th from 7pm-10pm. Come enjoy live music, poetry, and Boomerangs full service coffee bar. We hope to see you there! Donnie Hagenbart Admissions & Marketing Manager Jaywalker Lodge

Green is the New Black

The past Friday, March 13th and Saturday, March 14th, Carbondale Community Arts and Humanities (CCAH) produced their 7th Annual Green is the New Black Fashion Show.  Their theme this year was: Underground. The performance was full of locals, performance art, inspiring sustainable fashion and a storyline to boot, this show isn’t just entertaining– it was about raising money to educate our youth in the Roaring Fork Valley. While the show and its designers created a lot of buzz, the sole purpose of this show is to make Arts education more accessible for youth in our community. The show took place at the Carbondale Recreation Center, but they were able to transform this space into a spectacular, city-esque, fashion runway.  Green is the New Black has sold out five of the last six years, and this year was no exception.  The show was standing room only, with all 500 seats being…

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4 Feet

After a near record setting drought in January and most of February, most of us thought winter was over. Mother nature reminded us that winter was in fact alive and well by dropping four feet of snow on us in the last 7 days. Happy Shredding! Donnie Hagenbart Admissions & Marketing Manager Jaywalker Lodge

Brighten the Holidays

Holidays can be a difficult time for some. A local non-profit organization, Lift-Up, is dedicated to providing essential humanitarian assistance in the communities they serve. This organization is now preparing holiday meal boxes for about 1,000 local families to be distributed in time for Christmas. You can help by donating food at an Lift-Up location, by mailing a donation, or by making a secure online contribution. Addresses, online donations, and other information are available at www.liftup.org. Thank you for taking the time to help those in need Donnie Hagenbart Program Coordinator Jaywalker U


I’m not a fan of traffic, in fact I don’t know many people that are.  I lived in Chicago for a few years and had to deal with rush hour traffic on a daily basis.   Living in this valley we are blessed with not having many traffic jams and those usually come from an accident, weather and the occasional cattle drive.   I was stuck in one such traffic jam today as I brought the back roads to work and I have to say I didn’t mind one bit. There’s something wonderful about watching a cattle drive.   The steam of each breath the cowboys and their horses take.  The cattle dogs running back and forth to keep the cattle in line, biting at their heels when they delay or wander in the wrong direction, the quick look up to one of the hands for approval  and then off they go again.  …

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