Starfish, an Evergreen-based nonprofit impacting Mayan girls in Guatemala, held its annual fundraiser at the Evergreen Lake House Thursday evening, September 11th. Each year the organization introduces two of the indigenous girls who have attained a certain level of achievement in the program. This year Mayra Reanda and Rosalia Toj were presented to supporters.
The Evergreen Open Door Studios Tour takes place this weekend – Saturday, September 20th and Sunday, September 21st. The artists of Evergreen invite you to visit their home studios not only to explore their individual pieces of art but also to get a feel for how they create what they do.
Original art is a lasting investment and will bring you, your family and friends joy and wonderful memories for a lifetime. You'll have the unique opportunity to meet and visit with the artists face-to-face. What a great way to gain knowledge and understanding of the artist's inspiration and journey! It's an educational and fun weekend where artists enjoy making new friends, talking about their art and finding out a little about those who appreciate art.
“As a trial lawyer I get to write my own script. That’s the key difference,” Frank Plaut explains of his work in the courtroom and on stage.
After 36 years working as a trial lawyer and 18 as a judge, Frank has his fair share of wisdom to share about, well, everything. His ridiculously prestigious credentials don’t hurt — after getting an economics degree from Northwestern University, Frank studied economics in Germany thanks to a Fulbright grant. He followed that up with a degree from Harvard Law, and later became president of the Colorado Bar Association after teaching law for several years.
- Call for proposals – galleries in Evergreen
- EDS prepares to close "The Dump"
- "Fall" Prevention Health Fair at SRC
- Help shape the future of Pennsylvania Mtn.
- Program on indigenous permaculture
- Conifer Town Hall Meeting Sept. 17
- Three artists featured at Shadow Mtn. Gallery