Five Things You Can Do For Free This Week in Grand Junction
Are you looking to kick of 2018 with a little family fun? How about a little FREE family fun? Here are five free activities taking place this week in Grand Junction which you might enjoy.
Join Fit 4:13 for free!
Have you debated about joining a health club in 2018? Have you hesitated because you're not sure if the environment is right for you? Here's you chance to get a first-hand look at a gym at no charge to you.
Bowl With a Cop - Grand Junction Police Department
How about a little bowling for the new year? A little friendly competition never hurt anyone.
International Poster Biennial Exhibit at The Art Center at 1803 North 7th Street
CO2 is the premier poster exhibition on the Western Slope. The event showcases a diverse exhibition of graphic design from around the world by four internationally known designers - Lukas Paltram, Christopher Scott, David Voss, and Richard Bailey.
The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
First Friday Art - Downtown Grand Junction
Visit your favorite downtown Grand Junction venues and enjoy the newest exhibits this Friday, January 5. Admission is free, and some venues offer refreshments and entertainment. Times vary from business to business, so check out this link for more details. For more information, contact the Art Center at 970-243-7337.
Veterans Art Exhibit Opening Reception
Make your way to Grand Junction's Veteran's Art Center Gallery on the first Saturday of each month for the exhibits opening reception. There's no charge, but donations are appreciated. This Saturday's reception runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
These look to be great events, and you certainly can't complain about the price. You don't get much for free in this day and age, so take advantage of it while you can.