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Grand County Calendar of Events

Friday

May 31



Toddler and Preschool Story Hour, 11am, Juniper Library, Grand Lake.

High Country Conservatives, 12pm, Maverick’s Grille, Granby.



Gary Key plays Poncho and Lefty’s, 6:30pm, Grand Lake.

Blue Rhythm Boys plays the Foundry, 7pm, Winter Park .

Narcotics Anonymous Meeting, 7pm, Grand River Assembly Church Basement.

Bingo in the Park, 7:30pm, Pavilion, Town Park, Grand Lake.

Saturday

June 1

Open Water Fishing Contest, 10am-6pm, Grand Lake. Enter the 40 Boat Open Water Fishing Contest on Grand Lake. 970-627-3402.

Givelo Memorial Trail Improvement with Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado, 9am-4:30pm, Fraser. Help restore and improve the Givelo Memorial Trail. Learn more and register at http://www.voc.org/projects or call 303-715-1010. Minimum age: 12. Light breakfast and lunch provided.

Project 3 plays EG’s. 12pm-4pm, Grand Lake.

Cheryl Simmons pianist plays Hideaway Bistro at Silverado II, 6pm-9pm, Winter Park.

Tight Like That Duo plays The Grand Lake Tap House, 6:30pm, Highway 34, Grand Lake.

Saturday Night in the Park, 7pm-7:45pm, Kawuneeche Visitors Center, Rocky Mountain National Park. Pierre Glynn, US Geological Survey will speak on the Colorado River and its ecosystem. 970-586-1510.

Bingo in the Park, 7:30pm, Pavilion, Town Park, Grand Lake.

Hayden and Friends play Pancho and Lefty’s, 8pm, Grand Lake.

Sunday

June 2

Open Water Fishing Contest, 7am-1pm, Grand Lake. Enter the 40 Boat Open Water Fishing Contest on Grand Lake. 970-627-3402.

Peggy Mann plays EG’s, 1pm, Grand Lake.

Hayden and Friends play Pancho and Lefty’s, 3pm, Grand Lake.

Monday

June 3

Children’s Story Hour, 10-11am, Fraser Valley Library.

The Value of Your Library, 6:30-8:30pm, Town Hall, Grand Lake. Learn about the November 2013 Grand County Library District ballot issue. 970-887-7027.

Tuesday

June 4

Children’s Story Hour, 10-11am, Fraser Valley Library.

Garden Gab, 5:30pm, Crooked Creek Saloon, Fraser. Get ready for spring growing at home or in the Community Garden. 970-281-2800.


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