Musical Theme for Grand Junction Events During Weekend of Feb. 27-March 2
We’re coming up on another weekend, and time to check what events are coming up this first weekend of March:
Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, $6 for students.
Admission is free. Learn about: Energy for Today & Tomorrow, Latest Technologies, Best Energy Practices. For a complete listing of the day's events, visit www.energyexpoco.com.
Info: 970-241-7875 or 970-242-2089
Join Grand Valley Pets Alive to support and celebrate World Spay Day. Have dinner at Cafe Sol, and a portion of the profits will be donated to Grand Valley Pets Alive.
As part of the Fruita Fourth Friday, the Fruita United Methodist Church will screen family-friendly comedian Tim Hawkin’s “Full Range of Motion” DVD. Admission is $1 (cash only) per person. Seating is limited to 200, and is first come first served.
Warrior at Heart Ministry (WAHM) welcomes John Eldredge, author of the bestseller Wild at Heart. Spend the day with John, exploring the deep passions and desires of a man's heart. WAHM is an organization that welcomes all men of any church affiliation, non-church affiliation or curiosity seekers. Cost is free to all men.
Western Colorado Botanical Gardens will open Saturday for the 2014 Season. Hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday.
Join the Theater Project every Saturday at 2:00 p.m. for theater performances made just for kids.
Adult actors will delight and entertain young audiences with the MAGIC OF LIVE THEATER. The shows run approximately 30 to 45 minutes and a perfect introduction to theater for kids.
After every performance, stick around and have a Q&A session with the cast of characters.
Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for kids (available at the door). No advanced reservations are required, but seating is limited. Box office and house opens at 1:30 p.m. each week.
The 5th Annual Taber Auto Body/Wagner Rents Dummy Jump is expected to bring joy, laughter and utter destruction to Powderhorn hearts.
Dummies and mascots are created and sent down a launch ramp to lift off at the base of the mountain where a crowd awaits and watches as the parade of floats take flight one by one. Rules: No explosives, pyrotechnics, chemicals, e-Waste or hazardous materials.
Must be family friendly and be approved by Mountain Operations upon delivery. Register at Guest Services by 6:00 p.m. Entry fee is free.
All-you-can-eat German Fasching buffet & music. Cost is $12 ($5 for entertainment and $7 for the buffet).
Dance and enjoy the music of Alpine Echo. Prizes for best individual & group costumes. Fun for the entire family.
Sponsored by the German American Club, Rosi’s Little Bavarian Restaurant, Alpine Echo, and Country Inns of America.
Colorado Music Department presents Darin Kamstra (percussion) with Forest Greenough (double bass) in concert. CMU Music Faculty Darin Kamstra will present an evening of percussion music, accompanied by Forest Greenough on double bass.
Darin is the Director of Jazz Studies and Percussion at CMU and currently holds the principal timpani/percussion position with the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, $5 for students.