The Art and Jazz Festival over the weekend drew an enthusiastic crowd.
Hundreds turned out Saturday for the second annual Gauntlet obstacle course race.Contestants all had good, clean fun — until the race started.
After being spritzed with water and doused with flour, racers got to wiggle backward through concrete tunnels, crawl under wires and endure other obstacles before finishing it all up with a mud bath.
Hundreds of athletes, volunteers and fans attended the School District 51 Special Olympics meet at Stocker Stadium Tuesday.
The Latin-Anglo Alliance hosted a lively, but also relaxing, Cinco de Mayo celebration downtown Grand Junction Saturday.
This year’s rally attracted more than 600 riders, who embarked on 50- or 100- kilometer rides.
Chautauquan Richard Marold appeared as FDR during a fundraiser Wednesday evening.
Wooden Nickel played Friday night at the Redlands Community Center as part of a fundraiser.
On a breezy day in Lincoln Park, Saturday’s Arborfest drew a large crowd, who enjoyed the jalepeno-eating contest, investigating the wares found in many booths, food, music and more.
Palisade hosted the International Honeybee Festival Friday night and Saturday.
Dancers stepped lively to Celtic and old-time music Saturday night at the Contra Dance downtown.
Edesia, a benefit for Marillac Clinic, was an opportunity to partake in tantalizing samples of good wine, spirits and food Sunday afternoon. The event at Palisade’s Wine Country Inn also featured chefs’ demonstrations, chair massages and a horse-and-carriage ride.
The School District 51 Foundation hosted a White Iced Cocktail Party to benefit schools Saturday night at the Colorado Mesa University Ballroom.
The Wedding Expo, featuring a cake contest was sponsored by Magic 93.1. It drew brides-to-be, a wide assortment of vendors and many others to Two Rivers Convention Center Sunday afternoon. Photos by Drew Koch
Inspired by Barnum and Bailey, the Chamber of Commerce hosted a festive banquet replete with trapeze artists, clowns and other big-top trappings.
Saturday’s Black Tie and Boots fundraiser by Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado warmed up a cold winter night in style with a champagne reception, auction, dinner and dancing at Two Rivers Convention Center.
Fruita’s Hot Tomato hosts a ugly sweatshirt contest. Photographer Charles Pearson couldn’t believe what people chose to wear.
“It’s a Wonderful Life” was the theme for the 2012 holiday fashion show, silent auction and luncheon at the Doubletree presented by Hospice and Palliative Care of Grand Junction. The event, running both Saturday, Nov. 17 and Sunday, Nov. 18, raised funds for the Child and Teen Grief Program.
This year’s Grand Junction Zombie Prom was held at the Mesa Theater. Once again, the dead rose to benefit KAFM Community Radio!
A Taste of Riverside was a festive evening of Mexican food, music and dancing as a fundraiser on October 6 for the Riverside Education Center.
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