Boarding School Fair slated in Aspen
Students and their parents are invited to attend the fourth annual Boarding School Fair from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Aspen Country Day School, 3 Music School Road, in Aspen.
Those attending can learn about the options for high school beyond your hometown from admissions representatives from some of the nation’s top boarding schools.
More than 60 schools will be represented.
The fair is recommended for all ages and families looking to explore and learn more about boarding school options.
Griffin new mascot for Juniper Ridge
Juniper Ridge Community School, 640 24½ Road, has announced its new mascot and school colors that will be used for all grades at the school.
The “Griffin” is a mythical creature with the face, beak, talons and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion, a news release said.
“In its body, the griffin is blessed with the speed, flight, and penetrating vision of the eagle and the strength, courage, and majesty of the lion,” the release said.
“As JRCS teaches children, it is our hope they will be like a ‘flock’ of Griffins, displaying humility and courage as they pursue the true, the beautiful and the good in our community.”
The school colors are purple, black, beige and white, and T-shirts and sweatshirts will be available to order with the mascot displayed.
Culinary Arts will serve harvest meal
The Culinary Arts and the Viticulture and Enology programs at Western Colorado Community College will sponsor a four-course Harvest Celebration dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday.
It will feature local pork and produce and wine pairings by Whitewater Hill Vineyards and Winery.
Dinner will be in the Chez Lena dining room, Building B, 2508 Blichmann Ave., and is limited to the first 60 people to reserve a spot.
The meal will be served family-style by the college’s culinary arts students.
Cost is $38 per person.
Reservations are required and can be made at supportingcmu.org/harvest-dinner.