Upcoming Events for week of July 9, 2020

throughout our world

On line workshop “COVID survival strategies for restaurant owners”

OUR WORLD — Presenter, Eric Turner, consultant for Restaurant Consulting Services, Inc., Denver, will provide an information- filled 40-minute presentation Monday, July 13, 2 pm. For more than 30 years and in 15 coun- tries, Eric has developed top performing teams in cities, resorts, mountains, and remote islands.

The workshop topics include:

•R.E.A.C.T—a deep dive into the top 5 things to do now
•30 Survival Strategies — overview and handout
•Sample Profit and Loss — use when updating yours – handout
•Prime Cost – How to make money in your restaurant – handout

This Online workshop is free, however, RSVPs are required for the Zoom information and the handouts. Attendance is limited. Register now at bit.ly/socosbdcrestaurants, call 719-549-3245 or email southernco@col- oradosbdc.org

This opportunity is sponsored by Southern Colorado Small Business Development Center, the City of Pueblo, Pueblo Business Economic Recovery Team (BERT), and Pueblo Community College https://restaurantconsultingservices.com/

 

Long-term care Ombudsman service

HUERFANO/LAS ANIMAS COUNTIES — Under the federal Older Americans Act (OAA) every state is required to have an Ombudsman Program that addresses complaints and advocates for improvements in the long-term care system.

The Ombudsman program advocates for residents of nursing homes, board and care homes, assisted living facilities, and other similar adult care facilities. Ombudsmen and work to resolve problems individual residents face and effect change at the local, state, and national levels to improve quality of care. Ombudsman responsibilities include:

• Educating residents, their family, and facility staff about residents’ rights and good care practices;
• Ensuring residents have regular and timely access to ombudsman services;

• Providing technical support for the development of resident and family councils;
• Advocating for changes to improve residents’ quality of life and care;

• Providing information to the public regard- ing long-term care facilities and services, residents’ rights, and legislative and policy issues;

• Representing resident interests before governmental agencies; and
• Seeking legal, administrative and other remedies to protect residents.

Ombudsman services for Huerfano and Las Animas counties are provided by the Area Agency on Agency, South Central Council of Governments. For questions or concerns con- tact Elizabeth Kelly at 719-859-5755 or email her at Ombudsman@sccog.net. For more in- formation on the ombudsman program watch the youtube video listed here: https://youtu.be/6VRmetXQVEY

 

HUERFANO

Summer Reading Program atSpanish Peaks Library

WALSENBURG — Although the library is not open for patrons to come in, we are still having a summer reading program. Join Ms. Sherry online for a virtual “Imagine Your Story” summer reading program. You can begin by registering with READsquared. This program can be downloaded to your Android or iOS device. Once you have it downloaded choose Spanish Peaks Library District. It can also be found online at spldco.READsquared.com. On READsquared you can log your reading and complete missions and other fun activities. Check our Facebook page at Spanish Peaks Library District or our website spld.org for more information. You can also email Ms. Sherry with questions, sherryspld@gmail.com.

 

La Veta Farmers Market today

LA VETA — The La Veta farmers market for the 2020 season will be every Thursday, 3-5 p.m. on the grassy area in front of Francisco Fort Museum on Main St. COVID regulations may be in effect so please check the La Veta farmers market FB page for details.

 

La Veta Village garage sale

LA VETA — Every Saturday July 11- September 26, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. there will be a garage sale at La Veta Village, 109 E. Francisco Street. There are many items; something for everyone! All donations go toward the Assisted Living Project.

 

La Plaza Inn celebrates 10th anniversary

WALSENBURG — Karen Wilson is celebrating the entire month of July for her 10 year anniversary of owning an operating La Plaza Inn & Restaurant, 118 W 6th Street.

Our new July lunch special is Fish & Chips and we’re offering 50% off on all appetizers and cocktails from 4-6 p.m. each day. The July entertainment schedule is awesome!

• July, 11, and 17, 6 p.m. there will be live music by Kurt Corsair & Apache Creek Fiddlers (Americana).
• July 10, 6 p.m. enjoy the live music of The Ordinary Two (Jazz, Vocal Harmonies)

• July 18, 7 p.m. laugh with the stand-up comedy of Allan Goodwin. Tickets are $5 for pre-sale, $10 at the door.
• July 24, 6 p.m. Kurt Corsair returns with a one man show (Cowboy & Singer-songwriter).

• July 25, 6 p.m. enjoy the live music of KneeOn Sisters (Rock, Country, Blues).

 

Gardner Farmers Market

GARDNER — The 10th season of the Gardner Farmers Market will run every Saturday, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. under the Pavilion next to the Methodist church.

Please wear masks, or please follow cur- rent County/State guidelines. If you are sick, please stay home. Have a neighbor purchase items for you, or contact us.

For more info: Gardner Farmers Market, 865-247-9749 or gardnermarket@yahoo.com

 

Spanish Peaks Catholic Community new schedule

AGUILAR/ GARDNER/ LA VETA/ WALSENBURG — The new Mass schedule is effective now. Face masks required, social distancing observed. Call 719-738-1204 if you are in doubt.

•St. Mary, Our Lady of Sorrows in Walsenburg: Sunday-10:30 a.m.; Mondays-No Mass; Fridays-8 a.m.
•St. Anthony of Padua in Aguilar: Sunday- 8 a.m.; Tuesday-9:30 a.m.

•Christ the King in La Veta: Sunday-12:30 a.m.; Wednesday-9 a.m.
•Sacred Heart in Gardner: Saturday-4 p.m.; Thursday-10 a.m..

Fr. Isaac’s day off is Monday. Funerals will be scheduled Tuesday – Friday only. Confession will be held on Saturdays from 2 to 3 p.m. at St. Mary Church. Appointments will be available Tuesday-Friday.

 

Cuchara Chapel on line

CUCHARA — This summer please watch the Sunday Cuchara Chapel service online. Go to Cucharachapel.org and click on the Worship Service Tab. This Sunday, July 12 Rev. Dennis Schurter will speak on “Name Calling” with special music by Tom Munch.

 

Walsenburg Farm & Makers Market Sunday

WALSENBURG — Walsenburg Farm and Makers Market will be held each Sunday, 12 to 3 p.m. at Heritage Park, 400 Main Street. Strict social distancing and masks will be required. Let’s work through this together and build our community. Love and light to all.

 

Water Conservancy District Board meeting

HUERFANO — The next meeting of the Huerfano County Water Conservancy District will be held remotely by GoTo Meeting on Monday, July 13, 6 p.m.. A draft agenda and login information for the meeting are available on the HCWCD website at: www.hcwcd.net . The public is welcome to join as follows: Join meet- ing from computer, tablet or smartphone: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/137495 869; Or dial in using your phone: (571) 317- 3112 Access Code: 137-495-869

 

Watercolor workshop at SPACe with Kathy Hill

LA VETA — Kathy Hill’s Watercolor Painting Workshop will be held Tuesdays, July 14, 21, and 28 at 9:30-12:30. The fee is $35 with a $5 fee for materials payable to the instructor. Classes are held upstairs at the gallery in the park. Face coverings of your choice are to be worn, and we practice social distancing. We welcome questions, and can be reached at 719 742-3074, or via email at spanishpeaksarts@gmail.com

 

Free virtual legal clinic

WALSENBURG — Despite the COVID-19 closures of libraries across Colorado, the Virtual Pro Se Clinic (VPC) clinics will still be held as scheduled. The next clinic will be Tuesday, July 14, 4 to 5 p.m. As a work-around, instead of clinic patrons coming in-person to your local public library (which is closed), the volunteer attorney will call each clinic patron’s telephone directly, during the clinic hours, using the phone number provided. Please contact your Spanish Peaks Library at (719) 738-2774 to be added to the sign-up sheet. Space is limited. Library staff will be checking messages, so leave a message.

 

Huerfano Republicans meet

WALSENBURG — Huerfano County Republican Party is gearing up for a very busy election season and WE NEED YOU now more than ever. If you don’t think the very thread of American vitality is hanging in the wings, you’ve not been paying attention to what is going on across the nation and the world. Sometimes, this can be overwhelming, but we need to pinpoint what we can do at the local level. VOTING is imperative. So please join us on Tuesday, July 14 at Republican headquarters at 511 Main Street or remotely via ZOOM. We will be having a guest speaker going over a very controversial topic, National Popular Vote, which will be on the November ballot. Dennis Lennox, Campaign Manager for Conservatives for Yes on National Popular Vote will be at that location at 5:30 pm to make a presentation and take questions. This is for anyone who would like to attend. Our regular meeting begins at 6 pm in person or remotely.

 

American Legion Post 16 meeting

WALSENBURG — The Walsenburg American Legion Post 16 and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 16, will meet Wednesday, July 15, 6 p.m. at the Huerfano Community Bible Church, 603 Leon Ave.. We will continue to abide by all current CDC and Huerfano County Health Department Guidelines during the meeting. Masks will be required and six foot distancing will be adhered to. If you are feeling any symptoms of the Coronavirus, or are ill or just do not want to come to a public meeting, please stay home, your health and your family’s health are more important. Meeting topics will include: future meetings and locations, membership, and current events affecting the Legion. All Veterans and their spouses are invited to attend. For further information, contact the Post Commander, Gary Baldwin at 719-738-2801.

 

Help Museum of Friends win a grant!

HUERFANO COUNTY — Colorado Humanities is offering grants to community organizations that promote humanities in their area through the CH CARES social media challenge. We are excited to use our collective power to spread the word about the incredible work MoF is doing in the public humanities.

The contest will be measured by MoF’s engagement numbers on the CH Cares Facebook page. We have posted the MoF video to our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cohumanities/videos/198418831566385

Community members need to like (and hopefully) share the MoF video by Thursday, July 16. The Colorado Humanities staff will monitor your community’s engagement and react to their posts.

 

Sidewalk party at Two Peaks Fitness

LA VETA – There will be a Street Party on the sidewalk at Two Peaks Fitness, 216 S Main St., Saturday July 18, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.! Join us with social distancing for our reopening celebration after being closed for two months. Our very own Richard Simmons lookalike will be our special guest as we demonstrate and taste protein shakes, energy bars, and compete in a hula-hoop contest. Come see all the great activities we have in store for both kids and adults! 719-742-3555.

 

SPACe announcements

LA VETA — SPACe will be opening an Esty store for access to purchasing artwork online. The SPACe website also provides images of artwork in the show. The SPACe Gallery in the Park is located at 132 W. Ryus, La Veta, Col- orado and is open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 11 am – 3 pm. The artwork for 2020 Western Rendezvous show will be displayed until July 25.

 

Redskin Open

WALSENBURG — Have a swinging good time at the Redskin Open Saturday, August 1 at the Walsenburg Golf Course. This is a 4 per- son, 18 hole Scramble with 9 a.m. shotgun start. The cost is $75 per person. Register by Monday, July 27. Lunch is included. $400 hole in one payout sponsored by H & H Services.

 

Lathrop swim beach open

WALSENBURG — Great news, our swim beach is now open with appropriate social distancing precautions. #socialdistancing #summerfun #besafe

 

Spanish Peaks Library curbside pickup

WALSENBURG — Curbside Pickup is now available at SPLD Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Place your holds ahead of time, send your print jobs via email, and library staff will package everything up and bring it outside.

Visit https://www.spld.org/aboutus/curbsidepickup/ or call 719-738-2774 for more information.

 

Tire removal service

HUERFANO COUNTY — If you have piles of tires to be removed or know of tires abandoned that need removal, call the Las Animas-Huerfano Counties district health department at 719-846-2213 and ask about their waste tire removal program.

 

Diapers and formula available through FEMA

HUERFANO COUNTY — Are you in need of diapers or formula during these uncertain times? We may be able to help. We received a shipment from FEMA of diapers, baby wipes and formula for Las Animas and Huerfano County. No income guidelines or paperwork to complete. We currently have a limited supply of: Size 1 and Size 3 diapers, Size 4/5T Pull- Ups, Overnight Pull Ups (37# to 60#), Baby wipes and Formula, (Similac and Similac Sensitive).

For more info call Huerfano Family Re- source Center (719) 738-2378.

 

Huerfano 4-H COVID plans

HUERFANO COUNTY — Due to coronavirus restrictions, there will be no “open class” en- tries at the Huerfano County 4-H Fair this year. The fair is slated for August 5 – 9.

The fair board is in the process of planning the revised county fair. Further details concerning whether the fair will be open to the public and other details will be published when they are finalized.

For questions, call the Huerfano County Extension office at 719-738-3000, ext. 131.

 

La Veta Village food services

LA VETA — La Veta Village has two programs to help with food needs during Covid-19 alerts. If you are 60 or older or high-risk, safety-trained volunteers will shop at Charlie’s with your grocery list and deliver to your home. This service is available to anyone in the 81055 zip code or in Navajo Ranch. Contact Jonathan at 719-357-7633 or email: lvvfoodservices@gmail.com.

Also, La Veta Village offers a free food pick-up for persons who qualify by income level or because of unemployment. Please register for a box by Wednesday at 5 pm for a pick-up the following Saturday. Email lvvfoodservices@gmail.com or call Rebecca 719-746-2329.

If you would like to volunteer, call 719-746-2329. To donate, go to lavetavillage.org

 

SCCOG Senior Services

HUERFANO COUNTY — The Agency on Aging coordinates food distribution in Huerfano and Las Animas Counties and is provided through South Central Council of Governments. All Agency on Aging programs are for residents 60 years or older, assessments and reservations required. Please make reservations/cancellations one day in advance. Call 719-738-1182 or 719-738-2205 for assessments, reservations, and questions.

Take out lunch meals are provided in Walsenburg Monday through Friday at the Huerfano County Community Center. Also available, homebound meal deliveries Monday through Friday in Walsenburg and Tuesday and Friday in La Veta.

 

LAS ANIMAS

Senior Day at Books & More

TRINIDAD — July Senior Day at Books & More bookstore, 132 N. Commercial Street, is Friday, July 10, Most items 50% off. Store hours are 11-4:30.

 

Primero HS Cheerleaders fundraiser

TRINIDAD — Support your Primero High School Cheer- leaders! During the month of July, Lee’s BBQ, 825 San Pedro, will donate $0.50 to the squad for every Big Brother ham- burger that is sold. This will help the squad pay for their uni- forms and attend camp.

 

Socially distanced backyard comedy in Trinidad

TRINIDAD — We may need to stay six feet apart, and avoid confined spaces, but that doesn’t mean live stand-up comedy cannot live on. Join us in Wally Wallace’s backyard, 400 W Kansas Ave, Saturday, July 11, 7 to 9 p.m. for socially distanced stand-up comedy performances from Sam Tallent and friends. This is a private show at a private residence, and there is a maximum capacity of 50 guests. This show will likely sell out so get your tickets before they’re gone!

Known for whip-quick wit and rollicking improvisations, Sam Tallent is one of the sharpest, most original rising talents in comedy today. For the last 10 years, he has performed at least 45 weekends annually across America, Canada and France. Called “the absurd voice of a surreal generation” by the Denver Post, Sam is beloved by fans of contemporary comedy. He was a New Face at the 2019 Just for Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival, he won his battle on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, hosted the Denver episode of VICELAND’s Flophouse and appeared on the Chris Gerhard Show to impress a girl. His writing has been published on VICE.com. His critically acclaimed debut novel, Running the Light, was published by Too Big to Fail Press in 2020. He lives in Fort Collins with his wife and his dog.

Sponsored by Bigtop Studios, Trinidad’s Higher CBD & Oxygen Bar, Startek Mobile Windshield Repair, Fox Theatre Walsenburg and Crafted in Colorado.

Tickets available at https://www.facebook.com/events/274899890384621/

 

Virtual Philosophy Café at the Carnegie

TRINIDAD — Monday, July 13 5 p.m., the library will host our monthly Philosophy Café to discuss a very famous work by Plato, known as the cave allegory. You may have heard of this one before, maybe from a high school class. If you haven’t heard of it, or to refresh your memory, there are many resources available introducing and discussing Plato’s cave. Here is a link to a YouTube video presenting a translation of the cave allegory, narrated by Orson Welles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2afuTvUzBQ&t=308s

Reserve your spot for our next Virtual Philosophy Café by following this link to our website and clicking the green ‘register’ button under Philosophy Café: https://www.carnegiepubliclibrary.org/virtualstorytime. You will receive an email confirmation and a link to join.

 

TSJC $500 scholarship drawing

TRINIDAD — TSJC students must register by Monday, July 13 for a chance at a $500 scholarship! There is no fee or entry form to participate in this drawing. All students who meet the eligibility guidelines will automatically be entered. One student winner will be selected at random from students meeting eligibility guidelines by the college. For details visit: https://trinidadstate.edu/scholarships/early.html

 

Free legal help at Carnegie Library

TRINIDAD — While the library is open for curbside service only, you can still sign up for Free Legal Help on Tuesday, July 14, 3 to 4 p.m.. Just call the library at 719-846-6841 to sign up. On the date and time of the event, the attorney will call you during the hour. Please call the library (846-6841) to reserve a time slot.

 

ROAR for Relay for Life bowling tournament

TRINIDAD — Roar for Relay for Life is having our 2nd annual 9 pin no tap tournament Saturday, July 25, 1 to 5 p.m. at Trinidad Lanes, 823 Van Buren Street. Entry is $15 a person for 3 games, shoes are free. must pay & register your team ahead of time.

Come bowl and fight back against cancer at the same time! We are also having a dress-up contest so dress in the 1950s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s theme or your favorite rock star. Contact either Kendra Doherty 719-680-0693, 719-946-5510 or Sharon Vallejos 719-680-1249 for more information.

 

Aguilar Library curbside service

AGUILAR — Aguilar Public Library, 146 W Main, is offering curbside service outside the building during normal business days and hours (Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat * 10:00 am – 2:00 pm; Wed * 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm) for the community and surrounding areas. If you are needing copies, a specific or audio book, DVD’s, or check out a Colorado State Park Backpack please call at 719-941-4426 or email aguilartownlibrary@gmail.com. We will gladly check them out, bag the items, then bring them outside to you. The staff will practice social distancing as well as wearing facemask and gloves upon delivery.

 

Trinidad Community Center now open

TRINIDAD — The Trinidad Community Center is open 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday- Saturday, CLOSED on Sundays. A maximum of 10 people will be allowed in the building at one time. No showers will be allowed. A 1.5 hour time limit will apply to all patrons, on a first come, first serve basis. Sign-in before entering and follow posted COVID-19 rules. A plan is being formulated to submit to the Las Animas County Health Department to open the Trinidad Aquatic Center.

 

Colorado Welcome Center is open

TRINIDAD — The Colorado Welcome Center will be reopening this week. We will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tues-Sat.

 

Apishapa Heritage Center now open

AGUILAR — Apishapa Heritage Center located at 131 E. Main St. is opened for the summer Our summer hours will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Appointments are encouraged. contact information at: apishipahistorical@gmail.com or 719-680-1393

 

Sunday food pantry in Segundo

SEGUNDO — For those in need during this crisis situation, we invite you to come visit our food pantry on Sundays, 11 a.m. until noon at The Lord’s Chapel Segundo.

 

Carnegie library online Story Time!

TRINIDAD — Virtually join Ms. Phyllis every Wednesday at 11 a.m. for stories and songs! Please register in advance to receive the virtual meeting invitation: https://www.carnegiepubliclibrary.org/virtualstorytime

 

Mt. Carmel wellness free virtual classes continue including fun kid’s classes

TRINIDAD — Mt. Carmel Wellness & Community Center brings you FREE virtual programs and classes to help you remain active and connected during this challenging time. These classes are available to anyone through the Zoom app. You can participate using your computer or smartphone.

See our weekly wellness schedule, followed by instructions to log-in on your computer or call-in from your phone. Get the schedule by signing up for the weekly email at: “Mt. Carmel of Colorado” ahamilton@mtcarmelcenter.org

Contact Laura at (719) 845-4894 with questions.

 

Tire removal service

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY — If you have piles of tires to be removed or know of tires abandoned that need removal, call the Las Animas-Huerfano Counties district health department at 719-846-2213. We have a waste tire removal program.

 

Diapers, formula available from FEMA

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY — Are you in need of diapers or formula during these uncertain times? We may be able to help. We received a shipment from FEMA of diapers, baby wipes and formula for Las Animas and Huerfano County. No in- come guidelines or paperwork to complete. We currently have a limited supply of: Size 1 and Size 3 diapers, Size 4/5T Pull-Ups, Overnight Pull Ups (37# to 60#), Baby wipes and Formula, (Similac and Similac Sensitive).

For more information and to schedule a pick up, please call: Las Animas County: Huerfano-Las Animas Counties Early Childhood Council – (719) 845-0463.

 

TSD #1 free summer lunch program

TRINIDAD — The free summer lunch program provides nutritious lunches for kids and teens all summer long. The free lunches will run through Friday, August 7, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Eckhart Elementary School, 1021 Pierce Street. Due to the Covid 19, lunches will be curbside pickup. In bad weather you may pick up lunches in the cafeteria by the double doors where the benches are located. Kids and teens 18 & under eat free; adult Meals $3.75. For more info, call 845-2051or 846-3324

 

SCCOG senior services, Care & Share

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY — The Agency on Aging coordinates food distribution in Huerfano and Las Animas Counties and is provided through South Central Council of Governments. All area Agency on Aging programs are for residents 60 years or older, assessments and reservations required. Please make reservations/cancellations one day in advance at 719-846-3336. Call 719-845-1133 ext 208 or ext. 225.

Take out lunch meals are provided in Trinidad Monday through Friday at the Sayre Senior Center. Also available are homebound meal deliveries Monday through Friday in Trinidad and Tuesday and Thursday in Aguilar.

There will be a regular Care & Share distribution at 125 . Main Street. This distribution is for Aguilar/Ludlow area residents only (proof of residency required). Every Thursday, 0 a.m. to 12 p.m. there will be an emergency food distribution or those in dire need.

For all distributions, please do not show up too early, ring a pen, and stay in your vehicle. Please wear a mask.

 

COLFAX

Colfax Relay for Life fundraiser.

RATON — The 2020 Relay for Life fundraiser will be held Friday, July 10, 5 to 10 p.m. at Heritage Park, S. 1st Street. We will practice social distancing and masks are encouraged. People can walk through the luminaria display or drive by when they are lit. Please follow state guidelines when walking in small groups.

Relay for Life luminarias are on sale, $5 per luminaria or 6 for a Josh Trujillo decorated one. Please return luminaria o your seller by July 10. We will have them available to purchase for the first hour at relay. They can be purchased at First National Bank, Raton Police Department, Liz Tafoya, Mercy wanson, Sharon Bernal, Joana Apodoca, and Judy Phelps in Springer. For more information call 505-288-2929.

 

Capulin astronomy nights

APULIN — Come join Capulin Astronomy Rangers for our summer series of astronomy nights at Capulin Volcano National Monument, 46 Volcano Rd. The next astronomy night will be Saturday, July 11, 7 p.m. View planets, our moon, galaxies and more through giant telescopes under some of the darkest skies in the lower 48. All observing will be done in he outdoor classroom area West of the visitor center. Please wear warm clothing and leave the pets at home. Bring flashlights to get to and from parking, but keep them put away at the telescopes.

 

Summer services at Johnson Mesa

OHNSON MESA — The weekly worship services at Johnson Mesa will run through August 9. Services will be eld at 2:30 p.m.. This Sunday, July 12 Florence Higgins, Lay speaker from Methodist Church of Raton, NM will speak. Attendees are encouraged to observe the Covid-19 guidelines of the CDC and our New Mexico governor.
The Annual Picnic will be held on August 16th, and will begin with a potluck dinner at noon, followed with the worship service and an afternoon of fellowship. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments.

 

Elk’s Thrift Store opens

ATON — Elks Lodge Thrift Store, 1180 S 2nd Street will be open Thursdays and Fridays, 10 am to 1 pm. Only three patrons allowed in the store to meet social distancing guidelines. Thrift

store proceeds assist with our community projects sponsored by Elks Lodge #865.

 

Open Hands Thrift Store ~ Cimarron

CIMARRON — Open Hands Thrift Store, 357 E 9th Street, will be open Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Customers must wear masks and only 3 shoppers allowed inside at a time for social distancing guidelines.

We are only taking donations on Friday and Saturdays. If items are left at the shed they must be thrown away, so please follow the safety and drop off guidelines. We will take furniture by appointment, please call the numbers on the door. Thank you for helping us get through this time.

 

Hungry Hearts lunch on Saturdays

RATON — Hungry Hearts will resume serving lunch every Saturday at St. Vincent de Paul thrift store location, 401 S. 4th St. Free lunches will be served on a drive-through, take-out only basis from 12 to 1 p.m. (while supplies last, first come-first served). Walk-up guests will be served as well. We ask that all guests, whether drive up or walk up, please wear masks. As always, lunches are free and anyone is welcome. Drive- through guests should enter from the north end of the Thrift store parking lot.

 

The Angel Fire Art & Farmers’ Market

ANGEL FIRE — The Angel Fire Art and Farmers Market is held every Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. all summer at Frontier Park in the heart of Angel Fire.

Our market is a weekly showcase featuring a diverse selection of local and regional artists, great live music, food artisans & fresh produce. The market provides resources and opportunities to help grow small endeavors and provides a meeting place for a vibrant local community.

Commonly found at our market:

-Fresh regional produce
-Hatch Green Chile roasted on the spot

-Farm fresh eggs

-Local meat and dairy products

-Artisanal bread and baked goods

-Raw honey & much more…

We are asking visitors to take the following precautions:

-Park at least 1 space away from others
-Wear a mask
-Utilize hand sanitizers upon entering and exiting

-Stay at least 6 ft away from others

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