gilpin library

GILPIN LIBRARY FOOTNOTES

by Larry Grieco, Librarian Karen Joy Fowler is back for the sixth time with an unforgettable novel about a most unusual family. The story is told by Rosemary Cooke who, as a child ...
Tennis ends with tourney

Tennis ends with tourney

Barbara Lawlor Last Sunday, Oct. 13, was a typical fall day, perfect for a tennis tournament. Cool, not much wind, a bit of sunshine and aspen leaves drifting onto the court. Even ...
A-BASIN

A-Basin Opens for the Season

On Sunday, October 13, Arapahoe Basin kicked off the 2013/14 season, running the Black Mountain Express lift with access to the intermediate “High Noon” trail. A big crowd ...
Open Studios and Art At The Center Portrait and Photography Show.

The Center Portrait and Photography Show.

Dear Friends, What a great way to celebrate the opening of Boulder Canyon! Come on up to see the fall foliage, Open Studios and Art At The Center Portrait and Photography Show. ...
Aspen Trees 10/10/13

Aspen Tree’s COME AND GONE

Barbara Lawlor Our annual gold parade arrived in the middle of last week, quaked its luminous leaves in the shadows of mountain corridors, strutted its shimmering stuff in ...
Soccer team in slump

Soccer team in slump

Barbara Lawlor The Nederland boys’ soccer team lost two games in the past week. On Tuesday, Sept. 24, they hosted Aurora West College who steamrolled them 10-1. Diego Lopez ...
Panthers overrun by Denver Christian

Panthers overrun by Denver Christian

Barbara Lawlor In Nederland’s chance to grab a win, they were denied the satisfaction. They hosted the Denver Christian Crusaders last Saturday, Sept. 28 and suffered a 6-50 ...
Tyler Stevens

Hanging in there Gilpin Football

Eagle gridsters win third game Barbara Lawlor Two in a row. The Gilpin High School Eagle football team won its third game last Saturday, Sept. 28, with a whopping away victory over ...