Kids of all ages happily investigated exotic creatures such as turtles, scorpions and stingrays at the Grand Valley Zoological Quest Children’s Nature Center Saturday.
Downtown galleries displayed art as part of 2014’s first “First Friday.”
Multi-platinum selling country western star Mark Wills rang in 2014 with jubilant Grand Junction fans at Allen Unique Autos Tuesday evening.
Holiday shoppers enjoyed a crisp wintery Saturday downtown.
The Grinch, Rudolph, elves and plenty of spectators took part in Fruita’s Parade of Lights Saturday evening.
Imaginative gingerbread houses were entered in Palisade’s Olde Fashioned Christmas Gingerbread Contest Dec. 7. Categories were child 5 and under, child 6 to 11, youth, adult, fun adult, group and business. Awards were given for first through third in each category and winners received hundreds of dollars in cash and prizes. Many were beautiful works of art, which required months of preparation.
Members of the Grand Junction Symphony Guild enjoyed a candlelight dinner at Two Rivers Winery and Chateau.
Palisade held its Olde Fashioned Christmas celebration over the weekend.
Community photos submitted by Daily Sentinel readers in December 2013.
Palisade hosted an art and chocolate walk Saturday.
The Hope West Fashion Show, held both Saturday and Sunday, raised funds for children dealing with the loss of loved ones.
The Alternative Christmas Fair was held Saturday in Lincoln Park Barn.
A showcase of some of the region’s finest arts and crafts vendors was held at the Art Center this weekend.
Contra dancers stepped Saturday evening at La Puerta dance studio.
Powderhorn Mountain Resort held its Snow Ball Saturday evening at the CMU ballroom.
The 2013 Winter Fur Ball raised funds for the feral cat spay and neuter program Saturday evening.
Local residents gathered downtown for the tree lighting Friday evening.
Celebrate the Daily Sentinel’s 120 years as seen through our photographer’s lens during our party held in the paper warehouse. The festivities included fine food, a special slideshow and music.
Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States were honored at a ceremony that featured music and a keynote speech by Col. Tom Fisher, Mesa County administrator. The ceremonies took place at the Western Slope Vietnam War Memorial Park near the Colorado Welcome Center in Fruita.
The Grand Junction Symphony held its 11th annual gala Saturday.
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