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Trash pickup services will be open and on a regular schedule the week of January 2. Recycling pickup will be delayed one day.
The Recycling Drop-Off Center will be closed January 1-2.
Registration for the Winter & Spring programs and activities opens.
An event for the community to meet the candidates is planned for Thursday, January 5, 2023, from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. at the Avalon Theater in the Mezzanine on 645 Main Street for community members and police personnel to meet the candidates.
This class is designed for an active beginner and above, offering teaching for flexibility of mind and body in a fun and supportive environment. Variations, props, and more challenging options are given.
Exercise your mind and body in this fun class where choreographed dances are taught to country music as well as a variety of other genres. The first 45 minutes focus on learning steps for beginning dances and practicing to slower music, making it easier to follow along. The last hour includes both beginning and intermediate line dances danced at normal speed. No partner required.
The Hotel Maverick
City of Grand Junction Trash & Recycling Pickup services will remain on schedule the week of January 16, 2023.
City offices will be closed to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on January 16, 2023.
Tai Chi, though originally developed as a martial art for self-defense, has evolved into a beautiful form of exercise that fosters physical and mental health improvement and aids spiritual growth. Tai Chi's slow, circular movements, breath control, and deep relaxation techniques help reduce stress, anxiety, and sleep difficulties.
Mesa County Public Library
Located at the Senior Recreation Center550 Ouray Avenue
Our technology workshops offer older adults the opportunity to engage with a dynamic mix of offerings to achieve measurable change in one or more areas of their lives. Our Computer and Smart Phone workshops and seminars help older adults learn to use technology and the many computer devices and software programs. Covering areas including internet security, Excel, Word, video chat, online shopping, and more.
Fire Station 8
Hospitality Suite at Lincoln Park Stadium Sports Complex
Fun, games, and activities are at the Bookcliff Activity Center.
Now is the time to plan your summer vegetable garden! Reap the benefits of soil enhancement, crop timing, companion planting, and plant care you learned in class when you celebrate a bountiful harvest next fall. Bring a sample bag of your soil and a drawing of your garden space with square footage so we can offer recommendations to help you reach your gardening goals. Purchase an Heirloom Survival Pack of 42 different seeds for only $30 at class.