Quick Picks: Pickin’ On The Pinyon, ‘Mommy & Me Make Music’; and Downtown Pub Crawl
Friday and Saturday, Aug. 19–20
Music in the hills
Take this opportunity to get out of town for a two-day music festival on Glade Park.
Pickin’ On The Pinyon, now in its third year, can be found at 7001 DS Road, Glade Park.
The music gets started Friday at 6:30 p.m. with AJ Fullerton followed by Mike Dean and The Brothers Roberson.
On Saturday, the music begins with Matt Ryken and Free Beer at 11 a.m. and continues the rest of the day and into the night with Bleu Admandson, Lever Action, Morgan Crouse with guest Bri Bagwell, Andy Griggs and The Scooter Brown Band.
General admission is $40 for adults or $20 for those age 12 and younger.
The grounds will open for camping on Thursday and those with Pickin’ On The Pinyon tickets can choose to participate in a 3D Archery Shoot from 8–10 a.m. Saturday.
Go to bc40hunts.com/2016-pickin-on-the-pinyon or call 250-2858 for information.
Saturday, Aug. 20
With stories and music, Ruthmary Allison will keep the attention of kids as well as parents and grandparents at a “Mommy & Me Make Music” workshop set for 10 a.m. Saturday at the Residence Inn, 767 Horizon Drive.
This Spellbinders story and music event is free to attend and is hosted by the Grand Junction Symphony Guild.
Saturday, Aug. 20
Join the crawl
From 1–6 p.m. Saturday is the third annual Downtown Pub Crawl to benefit United Way of Mesa County and hosted by Young Professionals Network of Mesa County.
Cost is $20 for a wristband that gets you your first drink free and gives you access to drink specials and prizes from local businesses.
The pub crawl will start at Blue Moon Bar & Grille and visit Sabrosa, Thunderstruck Valley and Rockslide Restaurant & Brewery before wrapping up at Charlie Dwellington’s.
Go to ypnmc.org for information and to register.
Come on let’s take a trip
or even a journey, so many
things we can learn, flip
the page, let’s take turns, three
little piggies, a cat in a hat,
let’s read the Constitution
or the story of Secretariat.
From Mount Everest
to a speck of dust,
everything is in
a book you can trust.
— Haiden Willis, 5th grade