Art camp is open for registration
Art camp at Mancos schools is scheduled for June 2-6 for middle school students and June 9-13 for grades three through five.
Classes will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. will include fun outdoor activities and art.
Registration is $90 and due May 30. Registration will cover supplies. Students must bring their own lunch, snacks and water bottle.
Email Kim Russell at email@example.com or call 925-9344.
Language arts tutoring is available
Registration is now open for two language arts summer tutoring sessions for middle school and high school students at the Mt. Lookout Grange.
There will be two sessions: The first will be June 2 through 26; the second, June 30 through July 24. The sessions will cost $160 for eight one-hour sessions.
Registration must be mailed before May 30 to: Dr. Barbara Rousseau, 40594 Road G, Mancos, CO 81328, or it can be turned in at the Mt. Lookout Grange on May 31 or Monday, June 2, noon to 2 p.m.
Information: Barbara Rousseau 946-1267 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Colorado's free fishing weekend is June 7-8
Colorado's Free Fishing Weekend is scheduled for June 7-8. Anglers of all ages can fish without a license anywhere in the state that weekend.
Many states allow free fishing during one or two weekends each year in an effort to encourage more people to discover and enjoy one of the most popular of all outdoor activities. According to a recent survey by Southwick Associates, fishing is not only a popular recreational activity in Colorado, it is a major economic driver for the state, contributing over $1.9 billion each year to Colorado's economy.
From reservoirs, lakes and ponds to rivers and high-altitude streams, Colorado is a highly regarded fishing destination. The state features nearly 9,000 miles of trout streams, 321 miles of which are designated Gold Medal waters and managed for high-quality fishing.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds the public that although a license is not required that weekend, all other rules and regulations will apply. Anglers should consult the 2014 Colorado Fishing Brochure for specific regulations and restrictions for the waters they'll be fishing.
Beginning meditation class offered
Katherine Barr, an experienced meditation practicioner, teacher, and community Dharma leader at the Durango Dharma Center will hold a six-week beginning meditation class starting June 5.
The class, presented by the Durango Dharma Center, will introduce participants to the practice of mindfulness.
This class is designed as a user-friendly, experiential introduction to meditation. Though designed as an introductory class, those with any level of meditation experience are welcome.
This six-week class will be held on Thursday mornings from 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. from June 5 through July 10 at the Durango Dharma Center, 208 CR 250 at the intersection of 32nd Street and County Road 250. Registration is now open and is $15. Scholarships are available.
For more information, call 799-0084.
The Mancos Times