A Toast to Education

Roaring Forks, Corks and Kegs is the valley’s newest annual night out, with the extra bonus of benefiting the Glenwood Springs public schools. The May 17 event takes place at the Hotel Colorado and will feature food, wine, and beer tastings from the best restaurants the valley has to offer with an all-inclusive ticket.

My Artsy Valentine

Got Valentine's Day plans? Don't even think about another movie night on the couch! Skip the boring old Netflix and instead follow Cupid's arrow to one of the plentiful mid-February events featuring the creative talents of Roaring Fork Valley musicians, teaching artists, actors, and more. Because nothings says 'romance' like a good, old-fashioned night on the town—and when it involves our local…

Our Family, Caring for Yours

 Article Garry Schalla | Photography Jon Kirn  Mountain Family Health Centers' roots date to 1978 in Black Hawk, Colorado, when the area’s only physician retired. Citizens formed the Gilpin County Health Clinic, later becoming Columbine Family Health Centers, with clinics in Black Hawk and Nederland. Columbine’s success was noted by towns west of the Continental Divide who saw their own medical…

Compassionate Care

 Article Bridget Grey | Photography EstatePhotoVideo.com - Michael Hefferon  Jim Hickson loved to stay busy. He had called the Roaring Fork Valley home since moving here from Virginia with his wife Mildred in 2002, after almost four decades working as a chemical engineer with DuPont. Jim was intent on enjoying all that the mountains have to offer, and he never…

Hello, Goodbye: Memories and Milestones

 January 27, 2018  The Hotel Colorado  5:30-11:30 p.m.

Glenwood’s Big Three

Sunshine, music, a maze of merchant booths, laughter, locals, tourists, and fried food galore: Nothing says “summer in Glenwood” quite like Strawberry Days. Now celebrating its 120th anniversary, the festival has brought family-friendly fun and excitement to locals for generations.

An Old-Fashioned July Fourth Gala Returns to Glenwood

After more than five years, the City of Glenwood Springs is reviving the town’s annual Fourth of July Celebration. “It's such a beautiful sight, and I love the community aspect of it,” said Glenwood Springs resident Kimberly Hendrie, who has lived here nearly 20 years. “It brings back childhood memories of getting the extended family together for fireworks, with a…