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8 — 11 a.m. — Dare to Dream community breakfast honoring veterans. Free admission, with donations to the non-profit equine therapy scholarship for veterans. 9826 2150 Road, Austin, 970-765-0933.

9 am – Riverbottom Run to benefit Special Olympics. Admission for the 5-mile and 2-mile run options: $30. The races will be repeated at 11:00 am. Registration closes on April 15 at 11:59 p.m.; https://tinyurl.com/ribottrun

10 am – The Crossroads Victory Church, 515 Hillcrest Drive, is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt with candy, fun and prizes. All are welcome.

11:00 — 16:00 — Easter Festival Egg Hunt at Buckley Park (300 N. Nevada Ave.) presented by Darling Dames from Colorado. Admission: $5. Easter bunnies, games, music and more.

14 o’clock – Elk’s Club Easter Egg Hunt, 801 S. Hillcrest Drive, Montrose. Free children’s event. All are welcome.

2pm — 6pm — Family Game Day at San Juan Brews, 512 E. Main St., Montrose. San Juan Brews and the Dolphin House Child Advocacy Center are hosting 10 rounds of kid’s bingo. The first rounds take place from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and the second five rounds from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. awards given.

6 p.m. — Easter service at Grace Community Church, 16731 ​​Woodgate Road, Montrose.

6 o’clock in the morning – Easter Sunrise Service at Grace Community Church, 16731 ​​Woodgate Road, Montrose. Worship services also at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m

9:15 am — Rosemont Baptist Church begins Easter Sunday with Sunday School, followed by Fellowship at 10:15 am and Easter Service at 10:45 am. The Church is located at 1589 E. Niagara Road, Montrose; 970-249-4887.

10 am – Easter Service at Montrose First Church of the Nazarene, 705 S. 12th St. An Easter breakfast will precede the 9 a.m. service

10 am – Easter services are held at Crossroads Victory Church, 515 Hillcrest Drive.

10 am – Easter at Circle 3 Cowboy Fellowship, 62885 Lasalle Road, Montrose. Complimentary Lunch, Mutton Bustin’, Easter Egg Hunt, Barrel Race, Stock Horse Barrel Race, Games, Pie Walk and more.

10 am – Easter at Summit Church, Old Menoken Schoolhouse, 10977 60.75 Road, Montrose. Complimentary lunch follows the service.

10 am – Easter services at the Montrose Rotary Amphitheatre, Cerise Park. Offered by Montrose United Methodist Church, Community Spirit United Church of Christ and Hillcrest Congregational United Church of Christ. An Easter egg hunt at 9:30 a.m. precedes the service; The event is free. Bring your own beach chairs and weather-appropriate gear. Shuttles run from the Cerise parking lot to the amphitheater for those who need assistance getting there from their vehicles.

8 o’clock – Bidding for the 33rd Annual Delta, Montrose & Ouray Youth Mentoring Online Auction will begin and end on April 21 at 8:00 p.m. with items closing daily. 500+ items and services ranging from Rockies tickets to gravel, restaurant gift cards, amusement parks, golf, rafting, hot springs, tattoos and more. All proceeds benefit our children; Visit www.partners-west.org and follow the auction link or call 970-249-1116.

13 o’clock – Kate Burke History Series. “Where the West Comes Alive at the Museum of the Mountain West.” Golden Circle Senior Center, 1800 Pavilion Drive, Montrose. Free. About: Cindy Marino, 970-252-4884.

8 o’clock – Bidding for Partners of Delta, Montrose & Ouray Youth Mentoring’s 33rd Annual Online Auction, ending April 21 at 8:00 p.m., resumes. Items close daily. 500+ items and services ranging from Rockies tickets to gravel, restaurant gift cards, amusement parks, golf, rafting, hot springs, tattoos and more. All proceeds benefit our children; Visit www.partners-west.org and follow the auction link or call 970-249-1116.

8 — 9 a.m. — The forum presentation features the Western Colorado Regional Dispatch Center. The forum meets at CMU’s Cascade Hall, Cascade Avenue and South Third Street in Montrose.

11:00 — 16:00 — Bark in Spring Bully (Breed) Bake Sale at Chow Down, 535 S. First St., Montrose. Buy sweet treats for you and your pets and help the Montrose Bully Breed Club raise money for bully breeds in need.

8 o’clock – Bidding for Partners of Delta, Montrose & Ouray Youth Mentoring’s 33rd Annual Online Auction, ending April 21 at 8:00 p.m., resumes. Items close daily. 500+ items and services ranging from Rockies tickets to gravel, restaurant gift cards, amusement parks, golf, rafting, hot springs, tattoos and more. All proceeds benefit our children; Visit www.partners-west.org and follow the auction link or call 970-249-1116.

19 o’clock – Backpacking 101 at the Montrose Regional Library meeting room, 320 S. Second St. Learn about packing and gear. Special Guest: Representatives from the Colorado Canyons Association. Info: adickinson@montroselibrary.org

8 p.m. — Bidding closes for partners in the 33rd Annual Delta, Montrose & Ouray Youth Mentoring Online Auction. 500+ items and services ranging from Rockies tickets to gravel, restaurant gift cards, amusement parks, golf, rafting, hot springs, tattoos and more. All proceeds benefit our children; Visit www.partners-west.org and follow the auction link or call 970-249-1116.

7 a.m. — 5 p.m. — The City of Montrose’s Annual Spring Clean. City residents can bring items for disposal to the San Juan Bypass, directly across from Sunshine Peak Apartments (follow the signs). The city collects items such as landscaping materials (no tree branches larger than 6 inches in diameter), trash materials, electronics without glass panels, and unwanted devices ($20 fee for each device containing freon) at no cost. NOT accepted: ordinary household waste, hazardous materials, paint, electronics with glass panels, tires. Limited special collection service as available staff/equipment is offered; Fees start at $15, plus equipment and labor. About: 970-240-1480.

7 a.m. — 7 p.m. — The City of Montrose’s Annual Spring Clean. City residents can bring items for disposal to the San Juan Bypass, directly across from Sunshine Peak Apartments (follow the signs). The city collects items such as landscaping materials (no tree branches larger than 6 inches in diameter), trash materials, electronics without glass panels, and unwanted devices ($20 fee for each device containing freon) at no cost. NOT accepted: ordinary household waste, hazardous materials, paint, electronics with glass panels, tires. Limited special collection service as available staff/equipment is offered; Fees start at $15, plus equipment and labor. About: 970-240-1480.

8 o’clock – Register for the Haven House Drive to End Homelessness Golf Tournament at Tiara Rado Golf Course, 2057 S. Broadway, Grand Junction. Shotgun start at 9:00am Entry Fee: $100 Includes range balls, green fees, prizes and lunch. Teams of four and individuals welcome. For the registration link, email lillian@havenhousehomeless.org. Haven House is a transitional housing program in Olathe that helps families escape homelessness.

Midday – Community prayer meeting at the Peace Pole in Ute Indian Museum Park (across Chipeta Road from Ute Indian Museum) to pray for the healing of Mother Earth for Earth Week with the Blessing of the River and prayers for Ukraine. Bring drums and prayers. Everyone is invited. About: 970-252-0908.

1pm — 4pm — Apple Core Project meets for a grafting afternoon at the Nucla Community Center, 1045 Main St, Nucla. Learn how apple trees are grafted and explore the history of fruit growing in the region. Registration/Payment: 970-708-3972 or email meggers73@gmail.com.

17:30 — Rocky Mountain Oyster and Red Dirt Festival with Reckless Kelly at the Montrose County Fairgrounds & Event Center. Evening entertainment also includes Joshua Ray Walker and Sam Cox (Ragland). VIP admission is $60 and includes seating near the stage, a choice of beer, wine or soft drinks, and Rocky Mountain oysters. Floor admission is $30 and general admission is $20. Tickets: www.montrosecountyeventcenter.com

19 o’clock – Upstairs at Precedence (511 E. Main St.) presents a double bill: Gabrielle Louise followed by Birds of Play. The Library Lounge opens at 4:00 p.m. Tickets: PrecedenceProductions.com.

19:30 — The Valley Symphony Association presents Let’s Dance at the Montrose Pavilion, 1800 Pavilion Drive. The last orchestra concert of the season shows dance styles through the centuries. Tickets: valleysymphony.org/concerts-and-tickets

10 a.m. — noon — Volunteer Meeting, Museum of the Mountain West, 68169 Miami Road, Montrose. Meet with staff and faculty, tour the museum, learn about volunteer opportunities to help the museum. Info: info@mw-museum.org or 970-240-3400.

10 a.m. — noon — Volunteer Meeting, Museum of the Mountain West, 68169 Miami Road, Montrose. Meet with staff and faculty, tour the museum, learn about volunteer opportunities to help the museum. Info: info@mw-museum.org or 970-240-3400.

Midday – COVID-19 Loss and Bereavement Group Meetings at Touch of Care Hospice, 1100 E. Main St., Montrose. This group meets on the last Tuesday of each month.

19 o’clock – The Delta-Montrose Community Concert Association presents male vocal group Veritas as the final concert of the 73rd season at the Delta Performing Arts Center, 822 Grand Ave., Delta. Single tickets at the door: $20 for adults and $5 for students. Season tickets are $45 for adults; $15 for students and $95 for a family—and everyone who purchases a season pass for the upcoming 74th season gets entry to Veritas at no additional cost.

8 — 9 a.m. — The weekly forum theme is Everything You Wanted to Know About Recycling. The forum meets at CMU’s Cascade Hall, Cascade Avenue and South Third Street in Montrose.

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