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Blue Sage annual meeting is Oct. 29

Although memorable events are greatly appreciated in the North Fork Valley, the source of their success is often overlooked. A particular arts group that plays a key role in this respect is Paonia's Blue Sage Center for the Arts.

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Baroque music festival coming to Blue Sage

The Blue Sage Center for the Arts is pleased to present a Baroque Music Festival weekend on Oct. 6 and 7, with a wine reception on Friday, Oct. 6, and full concert program on Saturday, Oct. 7. The Blue Sage's Baroque Festival will feature mezzo-sopranoCeline Ricci and harpsichordist Jory Vinikour performing as part of the Blue Sage's 2017/18 concert series lineup.

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Registration opens for chili cook-off
Registration opens for chili cook-off

Registration for the 17th annual Mountain Harvest Festival Chili Cook-off is now open. A mainstay of the festival since it began in 2001, for the past nine years the cook-off has been run by the Blue Sage Center for the Arts.

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Apollo Chamber Brass at Blue Sage

On Sunday, Sept. 10, the Apollo Chamber Brass will present a family friendly concert at 3 p.m. at the Blue Sage in Paonia.

The band takes a light-hearted approach to jazz and classical selections.

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Picture Paonia registration opens at the Blue Sage

The Blue Sage Center for the Arts is seeking photographers to capture the essence of Paonia in the biennial "Picture Paonia" photography event.

On Saturday, Sept. 9, photographers will have 12 hours to take a photo, indoors or outdoors, within a one-mile radius of the Blue Sage, that captures the essence of Paonia.

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'All Things Fiber' showing in August at Blue Sage
'All Things Fiber' showing in August at Blue Sage

"Quilts and Felt and All Things Fiber," an exhibit of textiles by North Fork area artists, is open through Aug. 27 at the Blue Sage Center for the Arts. The center is located at 228 Grand Avenue, Paonia.

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Celia Roberts photo exhibit opens Friday at Blue Sage
Celia Roberts photo exhibit opens Friday at Blue Sage

Over the decades, Celia Roberts' photographs have captured images that grab at the heart and tug at the imagination. The Blue Sage will host an opening reception for a retrospective of Roberts' photographs from 5-8 p.m. Friday.

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Blue Sage hosts cheese, wine event

The Blue Sage Center for the Arts will host a fun cheese tasting event on Friday, June 9. Cheesemakers will be on hand to discuss their products and offer samples. Avalanche Cheese, Gray Acres and Western Culture Farmstead will all be at the event.

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Blue Sage to reorganize

In a letter to members of Blue Sage, Glenn Dahlgren, president of the Blue Sage board directors, announced staff layoffs.

Because expected revenues have fallen far short, the board of directors has been forced to reduce operating expenses.

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Final Friday is back in Paonia
Final Friday is back in Paonia

The first Final Friday of the season happens this Friday in downtown Paonia. Downtown galleries and studies including the new 2nd Story Studios at 228-1/2 Grand Avenue, and Cirque Cyclery will remain open from 5-7 p.m., offering wine samples, local cuisine and more. Meander between the galleries, taste a selection of wines and samples of local cuisine, and enjoy.

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Valley Voices looks at water

On Friday, April 21, join the members of the North Fork community at the Blue Sage Center of the Arts for a crucial talk on the future of our water as part of The Blue Sage's seasonal speaker series, Valley Voices.

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Valley Voices: Water security and storage in the North Fork Valley

After a relatively warm and dry winter, the local streams are already flowing and snow is melting from the mountains. Whether you're in town and part of the local water supply, a farmer that depends on reservoir water or simply concerned about the growing uncertainty of water supply, recent record-breaking temperatures may have you wondering about the future.

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Bunco night at Blue Sage

The Blue Sage Center for the Arts, 226 Grand Avenue, Paonia, will start offering a monthly Bunco night on Thursday, April 13.

Bunco is a fast-paced game where 12 players jockey for position at the "head table" by rolling dice while competing for prizes.

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Percussionist leads 'A Musical Caravan'
Percussionist leads 'A Musical Caravan'

The Blue Sage Concert Series is pleased to announce "A Musical Caravan" on Saturday, Jan. 21, at 7:30 p.m. featuring the Blue Sage's artistic director of world music and local percussionist David Alderdice, along with a host of other amazing musicians from Colorado, in the second world music concert of the Blue Sage's 2016-17 season.

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Blue Sage exhibit features staff, directors
Blue Sage exhibit features staff, directors

The staff, board and committee members at the Blue Sage help shine a light on local and regional artists through exhibits, concerts and performances. Now it's their turn to be in the spotlight.

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Reception Friday at Blue Sage

Artists of the Blue Sage, featuring works by the talented board members, committee members and staff of the Blue Sage Center for the Arts, will be on display Nov. 8 through Dec. 23.

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Blue Sage presents solo piano concerts
Blue Sage presents solo piano concerts

The Blue Sage Concert Series will present two solo piano concerts on Nov. 18 and 19 featuring concert series artistic director Susan Ellinger. The concerts will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Blue Sage Center for the Arts in Paonia.

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Blue Sage welcomes new executive director

After more than five years as executive director of the Blue Sage Center for the Arts, Annette Pretorius is moving on.

During her time at the Blue Sage, the 20-year-old nonprofit has increased membership, added educational opportunities and expanded its music and arts programming.

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Baroque Music Festival features harpsichord and viola da gamba

The Blue Sage Concert Series is pleased to present a Baroque Music Festival weekend Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21 and 22, with concerts at 7:30 p.m. featuring harpsichordist Jory Vinikour and viola da gambist Ann Marie Morgan performing at Paonia's Blue Sage Center for the Arts as part of the center's 2016-17 music series.

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Paint Paonia Sept. 17

Celebrating the significance of the North Fork Valley, Blue Sage Center for the Arts presents Paint Paonia 2016. Paint Paonia is an annual plein air competition welcoming painters from across the Western Slope of Colorado.

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Paint Paonia Sept. 17

Celebrating the significance of the North Fork Valley, Blue Sage Center for the Arts presents Paint Paonia 2016. Paint Paonia is an annual plein air competition welcoming painters from across the Western Slope of Colorado.

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Volunteer opportunities highlight Blue Sage Community Events Fair
Volunteer opportunities highlight Blue Sage Community Events Fair

Rob Miller of Pickin' Productions was drumming up sponsors for the 2016 Pickin' in the Park concert series in Paonia and the Ridgway Concert Series. When asked for a list of this year's acts, he cheerfully replied that he'll be making a formal announcement soon.

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Concert series explores baroque

The Blue Sage's 2015-16 Concert Series resumes on Saturday, April 2, at 7:30 p.m. with a program for clarinet and piano duo that is not to be missed.

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'Through our Eyes' opens Friday
'Through our Eyes' opens Friday

Through Our Eyes, an exhibition of new works by members of the Hotchkiss Fine Arts Association, is on display through March 14 at the Blue Sage Center for the Arts in Paonia.

The show includes a variety of mediums.

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Blue Sage kicks off concert series

All-around bad boy of boogie-woogie and the blues, pianist David Vest returns to Paonia to open the Blue Sage's 2015-16 concert series with a master class and performance.

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Blue Sage announces changes
Blue Sage announces changes

The Blue Sage Center for the Arts in Paonia has welcomed four new faces on board in recent months.

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