Sunday, March 01, 2009

March Events

Information Courtesy the Grand Junction VCB:

March 06, 2009 6:30 - 9 p.m.Free
Exhibits Opening: 17th Annual Western Colorado Watercolor Society National Juried Exhibit (until April 10th)--- Continuing: The Metalworkers sponsored by Western Slope Auto Co.
(until March 14th)--- Meredith Nemirov: The Aspen Series sponsored by The Art Center Guild (until March 14th)
The Art Center1803 N. 7th Street, Grand Junction, CO 81501 970-243-7337

Celtica Symphonia at the historic Avalon
March 13, 2009 8:30 PMIn advance Adults $15, Youth $5. Available at Roper Music

Colorado West School of Performing Arts Presents "Celtica Symphonia". A St. Patrick's Day celebration for the whole family.
645 Main Street, CO

Horse Show
March 14, 2009 to March 15, 20098:00 AM - 10:00 AMFree to the public
Presented by the Grand Valley Dressage Society
Mesa County Fairgrounds Covered Arena2785 US Highway 50, Grand Junction, CO 970-255-7100

Arlo Guthrie Concert at the historic Avalon
March 20, 2009 to March 27, 2009Doors Open at 6:30pm / Show Starts at 7:30 pmAll seats reserved - $30
"A distinctive, expressive voice in a crowded community of singer-songwriters and political-social commentators."
645 Main Street, CO 866-464-2626

4-H Horse Show
March 21, 2009 8:00 AMFree to the public
4-H Fun Horse Show
Mesa County Fairgrounds Covered Arena2785 US Highway 50, Grand Junction, CO 970-255-7100

Western Colorado Chorale Presents
March 23, 2009 Adult - $16.00 Senior (65 and over) - $15.00 Student - $7.50
Spectacular Opera Choruses & Ensembles----- The Chorale presents a thrilling potpourri of magnificent choruses from the opera repertory that spotlights various ensembles.
Mesa State College1100 North Avenue, CO (970) 243-6787

The Cat's Meow
March 27, 2009 to March 28, 2009Fri 7:30 pm, Sat 2 pm and 7:30 pm$10 available at the door, all City Markets, Albertsons on 12th St. and Redlands, Safeway
The "Roaring Twenties" lives again. The Grand Junction Senior Theatre presents, "The Cat's Meow", a musical comedy set in Chicago - 1929. A notorious gangster and his gang have just robbed the bank across the street from the Paradise Theater. With police in hot pursuit, they hide out in the theater. A comedy of errors ensue with mistaken identities, love sick ingenues, showgirls, tap dancers and the Chicago Morality Society.
Central High School Auditorium550 Warrior Way, CO (970)314-7716

Patagonia's Wild and Scenic Environmental Films at the Avalon
March 28, 2009 Social hour 6:00 Movie 7:00 pm$5.00 advance (available on our website and at Whitewater West, 418 S 7th St), $7.00 at the doo
The festival tour brings together the best of Patagonia's Wild and Scenic films to Grand Junction in a two-hour program that leaves people feeling inspired and motivated to go out and make a difference in their community and around the world. The films expose people to forward-thinking ideas and global awareness. The chosen films not only highlight environmental concerns but also provide solutions, reaching people through beautiful imagery like the sweeping landscapes of the west --- and inspiring local individuals to get involved in protecting the environment. ------------ Event Includes: Two hours of motivating and exciting films, beer and wine, socializing, door prizes (Patagonia fleece jackets, and six-nights in the San Juan Hut System for example), display tables, meet the director, dancer, and Native American actress of the featured local film Living Temples - Sacred Land. ------More information at
The Avalon Theater645 Main Street, CO

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