CRAIG — There will be an informational meeting on Nov. 15 at 1 p.m. at the
CRAIG — Due to lack of staff, the Independent Life Center will be changing its hours of operation. Starting Monday Oct. 20, the ILC will be open from noon Monday through noon Friday. The ILC will not be answering phones or doing business with the public on Monday mornings or Friday afternoons.
RBC — Prospective members of the new Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) chapter forming in Craig got a lot of information and encouragement on Oct. 4 at a membership workshop held in Craig.
RBC — Applications for Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers will be available at the Independent Life Center in Craig at 583 Yampa Ave., second floor or at the Rio Blanco Department of Social Services starting Oct. 6. Applications with supporting documentation must be turned in or post marked no later than Friday, Oct. 10.
CRAIG — Celebrate the area’s sheep ranching heritage with sheep-shearing and working dog demonstrations, hands-on educational booths, tours of sheep wagons, free Yampa Valley Boys Concert, food and craft vendors, “Fall Flavors” pie contest, John Wayne Band, reenactments, flap jack feed and lamb festival lunch both days and more.
CRAIG — The Wyman Museum is looking for the best berry, fruit and cream/custard pies.
Wyman Museum hosts blacksmith CRAIG — Each Friday the Wyman Museum has a working blacksmith in its blacksmith shop doing demonstrations throughout the day.
CRAIG — The Veterans Affairs Community Based TeleHealth Clinic in Craig will be closed Sept. 2-5.
CRAIG — The Veterans Affairs Community Based TeleHealth Clinic in Craig will be closed Sept. 2-5. Patients who use the clinic can continue to schedule appointments through the Grand Junction VAMC during this time. CBOC clinic patients who need non-emergency medical advice can call the Grand Junction VAMC nurse line
RBC — Northwest Colorado Energy Producers Assoc. will hold a dinner meeting on Thursday, July 24 at the Holiday Inn in Craig.
CRAIG — The Museum of Northwest Colorado began as the Moffat County Museum in 1964. Until 1990, it was housed in the Moffat County Courthouse. In 1991, it opened at its new location at 590 Yampa Ave. in the former Colorado State Armory.