Friday, November 2, 2012
The Yampa Valley Regional Airport will host the annual Arts & Crafts Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the airport terminal. The fair features 37 vendors set up in the ticket and baggage areas. Vendors will be offering handmade goods from the Yampa Valley and across the region. Goods range from herbal body products, furniture, paintings and Christmas decor to clothing, photography housewares and jewelry. There will be maps of the vendors available, and airport parking will be free during the event.
Be careful on CR 36 on Saturday during Girls on the Run
Drivers and cyclists are asked to use caution on Routt County Road 36 on Saturday during Girls on the Run, which introduces school-age girls to running. The course goes from Strawberry Park Middle School and up C.R. 36 to the Buffalo Pass Road intersection and back to the school.
Library presents talk, slide show with photographer
Bud Werner Memorial Library presents a free talk and slide show with Colorado photographer John Fielder at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Fielder will be sharing stories and images from his new books — “Guide to Colorado’s Great Outdoors: Lottery-Funded Parks, Trails, Wildlife Areas & Open Spaces” and “Colorado’s Great Outdoors: Celebrating 20 Years of Lottery-Funded Lands” — which highlight 20 years of Great Outdoors Colorado’s Lottery-funded investments in recreation and open spaces across the state.
Fielder will donate 30 percent of book sales to the Yampa Valley Land Trust in honor of the local land conservation organization’s 20th anniversary.
Veterinary clinics offering cancer screening packages
As part of Pet Cancer Awareness Month, area veterinary clinics are offering discounted cancer screening packages, which include an exam, blood work and an abdominal ultrasound. Participating clinics include Steamboat Veterinary Hospital, Ski Town Veterinary Services, Courtney S. Diehl DVM, Pet Kare Clinic and Animal Healing Center, Rocky Mountain Veterinary Ultrasound and Mount Werner Veterinary Hospital. For more information, visit www.petcancerawareness.org, or call your local veterinarian or Dr. Kim Radway at 970-846-7538.