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Water Week
Colorado Experience: Western Water & Power

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Date: February 26, 5:30 pm-7:30pm
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Location: 1400 N 7th St
Details: “Water Week” features unique, historical and informational programming on Rocky Mountain PBS, along with digital resources, and events in communities across Colorado designed to connect experts, environmentalists and businesses to all who see water as an essential part of Colorado’s past and its future. Colorado’s statewide water plan prescribes that conversations about water play a role in shaping our shared future in the state and in the broader West. We asked over 40 water experts to provide feedback to RMPBS about how public media can engage those who are not otherwise actively involved in the topic, as well as how best to expand the number of perspectives represented within conservations about Western Water. Whether or not you can attend one of the eight events occurring throughout the state for Water Week, RMPBS invites you to complete a statewide survey on Coloradan's knowledge and attitudes relating to water. We will be sharing this information with survey participants and partner organizations in order to support robust and diverse community dialogues going forward. RMPBS wishes to thank all statewide & local partners who sponsored Water Week events in local communities. Our statewide sponsors are Sterling Ranch, Audubon Rockies, and Business for Water Stewardship.
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Wednesday, Feb 26
   
 
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WATER WEEK
Colorado Experience: Western Water & Power
5:30pm-7:30pm, 1400 N 7th St
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KAFM BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
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GOODMAN-WALKER BLUES
7:00pm-10:00pm, 905 Struthers Ave
Live music with Goodman-Walker Blues!



Saturday, Feb 29
   
 
FROM THE TOP
7:00pm-10:00pm, 905 Struthers Ave
Live music by From the Top with Terry Flanagan and Thomasina Russell!
   
 
MUSIC
GJSO: CLASSICS: STILL & STRAUSS
7:30pm-10:00pm, 645 Main Street
William Grant Still’s Afro-American Symphony and GJSO husband and wife woodwind players, clarinetist Tom Hess and principal bassoonist Susan more...0



Sunday, Mar 1
   
 
MUSIC
RADIO ROOM
GJSO: CLASSICS: STILL & STRAUSS
3:00pm-5:00pm, 645 Main Street
William Grant Still’s Afro-American Symphony and GJSO husband and wife woodwind players, clarinetist Tom Hess and principal bassoonist Susan more...0
   
 
MUSIC
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
7:30pm-12:00am, 1100 North Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501-3122
February 27-29 – 7:30pm March 1 – 2pm March 5-6 – 7:30pm March 7 – 2 and 7:30pm Robinson Theatre $22, $18, $8 Set in the more...0



Tuesday, Mar 3
   
 
FILM
DINNER SHOPPING AND A MOVIE - KNIVES OUT
7:30pm-9:45pm, 645 Main Street
Shop or dine downtown anytime on Tuesday and bring us your receipt to see the 7:30 pm movie for free! One admission for every $5 spent. Admission is more...0
   
 
FILM
DINNER SHOPPING AND A MOVIE - KNIVES OUT
7:30pm-9:45pm, 645 Main Street
Shop or dine downtown anytime on Tuesday and bring us your receipt to see the 7:30 pm movie for free! One admission for every $5 spent. Admission is more...0



Wednesday, Mar 4
   
 
MUSIC
SANDSTONE CONCERTS PRESENTS: SAM BUSH
7:30pm-9:30pm, 645 Main Street
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