The Palisade International Honeybee Festival (PIHF) is a community driven festival created in 2008 to educate the public about the world-wide crisis on colony collapse and to support of a healthy honeybee population worldwide. The Honeybee Festival brings awareness to the honeybee crisis through education and the arts. Our goal is to increase public awareness of the impact of bees on our food sources and the wide range of benefits of bee products.
Sponsored by Grand Junction Harley-Davidson, this benefit event consisted of a motorcycle ride Saturday from Harley Davidson to the Helicopter in Fruita and the one at the National Guard, then back to VFW, where they presented a flag in honor of Deputy Geer. All proceeds benefit the Derek Geer Memorial Fund.
A NIGHT ON THE RED CARPET SPRING FASHION SHOW, hosted by KMSA 91.3 Radio and CMU-TV, was held Saturday at Colorado Mesa University. The event included couture from local, franchise and corporate establishments in Grand Junction. Proceeds from the fashion show were donated to Strive Colorado; an organization that has been committed to helping support families of individuals with developmental disabilities for over 47 years.
More than 10,000 eggs were filled with candy and other treats at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens Easter Egg hunt.
The Lions Club celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a corned beef and cabbage dinner at A Taste of Heaven Catering. The event included a cake raffle and other fun activities for the family.
Several hundred well-wishers sang, danced, ate and shared stories in honor of Cesar Chavez. Chavez’ birthday is March 31, but local organizers decided to celebrate at Las Colonias Park a little early, before students leave for spring break at the end of the month, said Jose Luis Chavez, an event coordinator.
STRIVE celebrated its 50th anniversary with a tribute to Patsy Cline. The event took place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and included dinner, cocktails, and the theatrical event, “Always, Patsy Cline.”
California’s Death Valley National Park is in full “super bloom.” There are millions of colorful flowers blooming, a rare event that hasn’t occurred since 2006. Park officials say the desert flowers are due to an increase of rainfall during the winter months.
Mesa Theater held a benefit for Deputy Derek Geer’s family Saturday. Performers included the Williams Brothers Band, Zac Grant of Zolopht, Kelly Raymond of Riveter, Shea Bramer, Navigators, Binge, Morgan Crouse and more local musicians. All door sales and proceeds from a raffle were given to the Geer family. All photos by Svea Elisha/Special to the Sentinel.
The School District 51 Foundation hosted a cocktail party to benefit teacher training and improve classroom technology. The White Iced Party was held Saturday February 6 in Colorado Mesa University’s Ballroom. The event included cocktails, desserts, dancing and a silent auction with items such as a children’s bicycle, entries in this year’s Rumble at 18 Road and a newly released Loki jacket.
The HopeWest Black Tie and Boots Gala took place at Two Rivers Convention Center and followed the theme of “Wondrous Curiosities.” The event included a champagne reception, silent auction, dinner, and dancing. This event was sold out.
Big Head Todd and the Monsters headlined the grand reopening of Mesa Theater.
DanceSport hosts the annual Teddy Bear Ball for Toys for Tots Friday evening. Proceeds benefit The Salvation Army Toy Drive. Entry was one new unwrapped toy or a cash donation per person. The evening included light snacks, a prize drawing, a dance lesson and performances by local dancers. There was also a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus.
HopeWest hosted a Christmas show and luncheon at Two Rivers Convention Center Sunday. Proceeds from the event will help HopeWest better serve many families throughout the year.
Wild costumes and makeup were only part of the fun in Grand Junction this year as youngsters and family members celebrated Halloween. All photos Special to the Sentinel/Dawn Morrow.
It was a busy weekend for Colorado Mesa University athletes and their fans. Many attended the football and rugby games.
A Fall Day on the Farm at Cross Orchards celebration held Sunday October 18, 2015 included many fun activities for the family.
The sixth annual Survive Fashion Show featured models of all ages with one thing in common, cancer survival.
First Fridays in Grand Junction are a great way to experience the wide variety of artistic talent in town. Numerous art venues and galleries, including exhibits at the Grand Junction City Hall, are open late on the first Friday of each month. City Hall hosted an opening reception with works by Independence Academy artists and City of Grand Junction employees. It will be on display though Jan. 11.
The Fuoco Motor Company Downtown Car Show featured antique cars, muscle cars, classic cars and motorcycles. Entries competed for awards in several categories.
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