Quick Picks, April 20-26

PHOTO BY GRETEL DAUGHERTY—Early evening sunlight highlights formations in Monument and Wedding canyons in Colorado National Monument. Each monolith has a name—Praying Hands, center, and the Kissing Couple, right, can be seen in the foreground, while Independence Monument and Pipe Organ are at top left. Off in the distant top right, Window Rock allows a tiny peek at the farmland in the valley below.



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PHOTO BY GRETEL DAUGHERTY—Early evening sunlight highlights formations in Monument and Wedding canyons in Colorado National Monument. Each monolith has a name—Praying Hands, center, and the Kissing Couple, right, can be seen in the foreground, while Independence Monument and Pipe Organ are at top left. Off in the distant top right, Window Rock allows a tiny peek at the farmland in the valley below.

Friday and Saturday, April 20–21 Good reads Friends of the Mesa County Libraries is holding its Spring Book Sale from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the First…




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