ERBM’s free summer concerts begin Friday with ‘One Time’

The Meeker Recreation and Park District unveiled its new outdoor screen for the first time June 11 during the “Movies Under the Stars” series. July 9 is the next outdoor movie, at dusk on the softball field at Paintbrush Park.

The Meeker Recreation and Park District unveiled its new outdoor screen for the first time June 11 during the “Movies Under the Stars” series. July 9 is the next outdoor movie, at dusk on the softball field at Paintbrush Park.
MEEKER I The first in a series of free summer concerts sponsored by Eastern Rio Blanco Recreation and Park District will be Friday from 6 p.m. until dark on the courthouse lawn, 550 Main St.
The local band “One Time” will entertain concertgoers.
When asked to describe the band’s style of music, the response was, “We pride ourselves on playing an eclectic mix of music that we have termed ‘countrifunkified roots rock.’ We’ve been at it for over 10 years, traveling extensively throughout Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. We were fortunate enough to play several shows in New Orleans during Jazz Fest two years ago. We realize just how lucky we are to be able to play music with our best friends. We hope to continue playing together for years to come.”
Attendees need to bring their own seating.
As part of the ERBM Recreation and Park District’s Summer Entertainment Series kickoff Friday, the Rio Blanco County Farm Bureau Board invites the community to “A Taste of Rio Blanco” at 6 p.m. on the courthouse lawn. There will be tasty samples of meats prepared by local chefs for all to enjoy. Information on how to purchase locally grown produce and meats will also be available.
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On Saturday, the rec district will sponsor multiple events for the community.
Mini-triathlon enthusiasts can participate in the third annual Road Rash ‘n’ Splash, starting at 7:15 a.m. at the Meeker Recreation Center. The registration deadline for this event is 5 p.m., Friday.
Dedicated yard sale fanatics can shop to their heart’s content at the second annual Community Yard Sale being held on Fifth Street between Main and Park from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. New this year, ERBM will offer select items for sale at the recreation district’s shop, across the way from the recreation center, concurrently with the yard sale downtown.
Also on Saturday, Community Appreciation Day will feature free games, free ice cream floats and music on the courthouse lawn. For a donation, local youth groups will have carnival games available as a fundraiser.