Women’s Connection Vital Network eventuality Sept. 15
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Women’s Connection Vital Network
The Cañon City Women’s Connection invites all internal women to a Looking behind — looking ahead! eventuality during 9:30 a.m. Sept. 15 during a Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 701 Macon Ave. Use a Seventh Street entrance, with parking during Seventh and Greenwood.
Featured orator will be Sharon Mueller, Stonecroft Regional Administrator for Colorado, who will share a story and a destiny of Stonecroft. Cost is $5 that includes coffee, tea and snacks. Bring a propagandize memory to share.
Reservations are necessary. Call Diane during 276-0974 or email email@example.com.
Cañon City Public Library will horde a internal author book signing Sept. 17
The Cañon City Public Library will horde a internal author book signing from 1-3 p.m. Sept. 17 during 516 Macon Ave.
Ann Simas lives in Oregon, though she is from Cañon City. She has been an zealous reader given childhood and penned her initial novella “book” in high school. She quite likes to write mystery-thriller-suspense with a adore story and paranormal or abnormal elements.
She has created 3 novels that were Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Finalists: Chloe’s Spirit, First Star, and Blessed Are a Eagles. Magic Moon Press publishes Simas’ books, all of that are accessible as ebooks exclusively during Amazon, where they are also enrolled in a Kindle Unlimited Lending Library. Paperbacks are accessible directly from a author’s website (free shipping within a U.S.) and from Amazon (free shipping there with Prime). They are also accessible in a Amazon CreateSpace Store.
For some-more information, revisit her Facebook page during Ann Simas, author.
The Humane Society of Fremont County will horde breakfast fundraiser
The Humane Society of Fremont County will horde a breakfast fundraiser from 7-10 a.m. Sept. 17 during Chili’s, 106 Latigo Lane, to assistance lift income for all of a preserve critters. Seats are limited, and tickets are pretty priced. Cost is $7 for adult and $5 for children 12 and younger.
Program will underline BLM Archaeologist Mike Troyer
The Fremont County Historical Society presents BLM Archaeologist Mike Troyer deliberating “The Grape Creek-DeWeese Biface Cache in an Archaeological Context” during 2 p.m. Sept. 18 during Shepherd of a Hills Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 801 Sheridan Ave. Light refreshments will be served. Admission is free.
The Grape Creek-DeWeese biface cache consists of 17 vast and finely-made antiquated mill collection (bifaces). The artifacts were apparently detected in a singular cache in south-central Colorado in 1923. Evidence suggests that a cache was detected by an puzzling internal figure named William Dallas (Dall) DeWeese somewhere along Grape Greek in Fremont County. Prior to his death, Dall means a element to a internal museum and is currently on arrangement during a Royal Gorge Regional Museum and History Center. The artifact tender element (chert/fint) was expected quarried in executive Texas. This module discusses a famous story of a cache, presents several hypotheses for a origin, purpose, and successive find in Southern Colorado. It also discusses caching within a broader context of hunter-gatherer behavior.
Troyer attended Colorado State University and was awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural Anthropology in 2007 and a Master’s Degree in Archaeology in 2013. He has been doing archaeology in Colorado given 2009 and currently works as an archaeologist for a Bureau of Land Management – Royal Gorge Field Office. His investigate interests embody hunter-gatherer subsistence, lithic technology, allotment and mobility patterns, paleoclimate, and behavioral and informative evolution.
New Neighbors Club meets Sept. 27
The New Neighbors Club for women is open to all new or uninformed women of Fremont County. Its subsequent assembly is Sept. 27 during a Holy Cross Abbey Event Center, 2951 E. U.S. 50. Doors open during 9 a.m. and a assembly starts during 10 a.m. Cost for lunch is $14.
The module for Sep is Jeri Burcaicea from Meals on Wheels. Reservations are compulsory by Sept. 16. For reservations, call Kathy during 276-1992.
Daily Record Staff