MEEKER | Finish projects while learning quilting techniques such as how to use a rotary cutter and ruler to measure and cut fabric accurately, improve your piecing, fabric and color selection, how to apply borders and bindings. Bring your own projects or ask the instructor for help to choose a pattern to make. 3-6p.m. Wednesdays Jan. 22 to Feb. 26 at Richards Hall, 368 Fourth St. in Meeker.Cost is $90. Seniors may be eligible for 50% off due to the support of the Fairfield Foundation. Quilters must bring their own machine and quilting supplies. For further information and to register, call (970)675-3351 or register online at cncc.edu/communityed.
The CNCC Rodeo Team hosted the annual Spartan Showdown Friday and Saturday night at Columbine Park in Rangely. Athletes from 11 regional colleges competed, seeking wins to boost their numbers for the College National Finals […]
MEEKER | Anyone operating a food business from home kitchens and/or food vendors participating in Farmer’s Markets and other summer venues will benefit from this training. The training covers basic food safety, foods permissible in […]