Tiffany of Redstone Filming TV Series in the Valley
Craig Stifter, owner of local vintage and salvage shop Tiffany of Redstone, recently announced that local filming is underway for a public television series he developed over the course of the past year. The show, called “Picking 2 Repurpose,” is slated to air its first season on Rocky Mountain PBS this fall. Co-hosted by Stifter and local Deborah Taylor, it will feature entertaining journeys in finding and placing special vintage items. Preview clips can be viewed on the show’s Youtube channel, “P2R – Picking2Repurpose.”
Registration Opens April 22 for New Glenwood Summer Camps
Colorado Mountain College is partnering with the Glenwood Springs Arts Council to bring local kids a new slate of summer camp offerings at the Glenwood campus building (1402 Blake Avenue). The camps, for children ages 3 1/2 through 8th grade, will offer experiences in art and dance from around the world and will also incorporate yoga on Fridays. Aiming to improve skills and expand the imagination through exposure to world rhythms/cultural dance, modern and jazz dance, and ballet, the camps also feature drawing, painting, sculpture, children’s literature, music by special guest musicians, and more.
Three sessions are available: June 10-21, June 24-28, and July 8-19. Times run 9:30 a.m. to noon (3 1/2-year-olds through 2nd grade) and 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (3rd through 8th grade). Cost: $200 for two-week sessions or $115 for one-week session in younger age group, and $450 for two-week sessions or $230 for one-week session in older age group. Registration opens April 22. Find full details at ColoradoMtn.edu/ArtsCamps.