What’s happening? March
—Cowboy Theater and Dinner at Judy’s Family Restaurant.
6 p.m. $20 adults, $10 children 10 and under. Call 858-8351 with reservations before Friday afternoon.
—”Phantom of the Opry”
- Grand Junction Senior Theatre, a non-profit organization. Musical comedy with mystery. Cast of 28. 7:30 p.m. Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. All seats unreserved. Tickets $12 at door or at Albertsons and City Market stores. For more info, call 970-245-9145.
—Workshop on Tools and Methods to Prune Small Trees,
Shrubs, and Plants in Home Landscape. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Fruita Community Center. Kamie Long, Colorado State Forester, hosts the workshop. Fee: $15 per person includes reading materials and lunch. Register at Community Center, 325 N. Coulson, or by phone at 858-0360. Class size limited.
—”Hughie, Dewy and Louie”
Band at the End Zone in Fruita.
—Western Slope First Annual
Lymphedema Awareness Day. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Free. Keynote speaker Brian Degenhardt, D.O. Treatment demonstrations, door prizes, lectures, and product vendors. All proceeds go to Lymphedema Lifeline Foundation. Saccomonno Conf. Rooms at St. Mary’s Hospital, 2635 N. 7th St., G.J.
—Ironwood Clarinet Trio at CMU.
7:30 p.m. at Moss Performing Arts Recital Hall, 1100 North Ave. For more info, call 248-1604.
—”Flash Back” Band at the End Zone.
—Dinner and a Movie UHF.
Bring receipt from any downtown Grand Junction restaurant to the Avalon (645 Main St., G.J.) for two free admissions ($5 without dinner receipt). A local public station gets a new owner. The station becomes a hit with all sorts of hilarious sight gags and wacky humor. For more info, call 263-5700.
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