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Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pmOpen MeditationOpen Silent Meditation. Incorporate meditation into your life! Meditation is great for your health and well-being. Beginners welcome. Led by Andrew Scott, M.Div.
joanne_lynn_djTuesday, Jan 27th, 8pmDJ: Mistress of MusicNo cover. Snacks, Chili, Beverages available at the Cafe.
Wednesdays, 3:30pmCrafternoonWho doesn’t love markers, felt, gluesticks, and freedom? Come for free Tots and Crafts! Led by Emily Taylor, who received her Fine Arts degree from Pomona College, with a focus in Sculpture. All ages welcome! Children under 5 should be accompanied by a helpful parent. All materials are provided, and we work on a new project every week! ADULTS AND TEENS WELCOME!
Screen Shot 2014-12-23 at 2.51.58 PM (1)Wednesday, January 28th, 7-9pm"A Learning Laboratory" with Aspen Authentic CommunicationsAspen Authentic Communication presents A Learning Laboratory - with introductory sessions three evenings in January. $10/person (per evening). Explore the elements of communication in these experiential evenings designed to create more effective and meaningful connections with others. In a relaxed and creative way we will learn, among other things, how to bridge the gap between small talk and meaningful conversation. Aspen Authentic Communication for more information.
megan-reillyThursday, January 29th, 3:00-5:00pmPresentation on Addictions and Substance Abuse by Megan ReillyPlease join the WC3 in welcoming Megan Reilly for her presentation on Addictions and Substance Abuse in our Aspen community. Megan is a Certified Addictions Counselor for the State of Colorado is a long time local, an avid skier and is personally in long term recovery. This free presentation will include discussions with questions and answers addressing those who suffer from addictions and the the effects on their families and loved ones. Please feel free to come and share your questions and concerns with us in a safe environment. For more information contact Megan Reilly, Phone: 970-274-6917 Email at:
DSC_0005January 1st - Feb 8thJESSE BELLE DENVER: art exhibitEach month WC3 highlights an emerging local artist, whose art is exhibited and on sale for the month. January's local artist is Jesse Belle Denver, whose works in acrylic paint, featuring animals, wildlife, and still life.
DSCN2198Tuesday, February 3rdTHE CROWLIN' FERLIES: concertAcoustic Irish Band led by Sandy Muro. no cover. Chili and beverages available in the cafe.
Thursday, February 19th, 6:30pmGONZO FOUNDATION: open writing groupAnnouncing the Gonzo Foundation Writing Group NEWCOMERS WELCOME. THIS SESSION: Write a page or two with the inspiration - "EAGLES"
>Saturday, February 21 | 6:00pm KIDS MOVIE NIGHT & POTLUCKCome to WC3 for Kid’s Movie Night and Potluck. WC3 provides the main course (organic pizza!!) as well as popcorn. Please brings sides and desserts! We will set up the back room with couches and pillows, and use the large format projector to screen the movie. RSVP to
porch_crop_small_claire_lynchSunday, February 22, 7pmCONCERT: Claire Lynch BandTickets $30 – Click for more info & to buy tickets
Grammy nominee and IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year Claire Lynch has long been at the forefront of women pushing bluegrass boundaries. Her soulful songs have been recorded by Patty Loveless and Kathy Mattea and others. This stellar ensemble delivers a personable, high energy performance including tender country ballads, hard driving bluegrass, swing, and even some Southern Appalachian clog dancing.

“…one of my very favorite singers in all of acoustic, country and bluegrass music-she is a jewel.” -Mary Chapin Carpenter