Leadville flight seminar
The Colorado Mountain College Leadville campus will host an FAA-
sponsored flight safety program at 7 p.m. Thursday. Topics will include temporary flight restrictions, runway incursions and instrument flight training in the mountains.
Art Holveck, a flight instructor from Breckenridge, will be the featured speaker, with Todd Vangen, tower supervisor at Eagle County Airport, as special guest. The program will run for two hours. Meet in room 135 of building 100 at the Leadville campus. Call the Leadville Airport at (719) 486-2627 for more information.
Traffic impacts at Copper
for Sunday’s race
Sunday’s Copper Mountain Race for the Health of It 5-kilometer run will impact local road access. The roads and bike trail through Copper Mountain Resort will experience slight delays from noon to 1 p.m. Sunday as runners and walkers proceed through Copper.
The race will start in the village at noon, proceed east down the service road, turn around in the Alpine lot, cross Copper Road and proceed west in a coned-off shoulder on westbound Copper Road and Beeler Place, turn around to the bike trail in front of Union Creek Townhomes, then go eastbound on Copper Road to Passage Point archway, and back into the village.
For further information on roads affected, call Sue Falsey at (970) 968-2104 or visit http://www.summithealthquest.com.
Student actors wanted
at Backstage Theatre
Students in first through eighth grade can sign up for KidsPlay, a workshop presented by the Backstage Theatre. Information and registration forms are available at each school office. Workshop sessions are held Mondays at the Breckenridge Theatre, beginning Sept. 22. This fall, KidsPlay will present a new, full-length comedy “Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen.”
meetings this week
Dr. Justin Pollack and Kimberly Nearpass will present a free talk on the philosophy and practice of naturopathic medicine at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Winds of Change Books and Gifts in Frisco. They are doctors of naturopath from four-year, post graduate programs and are board certified in the state of Oregon.
Also, Nancy Leslie will present a free talk on alternative therapies for premenstrual syndrome at 2 p.m. Saturday at Ptarmigan Conference Room at Copper Mountain. Leslie is a licensed nurse in Colorado and has a doctorate in natural health and a Ph.D. in natural health.
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