Last week we had so much fun finding various events in our valley and figuring out exactly how RFTA could get you there, so cheapest viagra canada we decided to make it an ongoing feature here on the RFTA blog. We will sift through valley wide events that are easily accessible by bus, toss in links for easy bus route times and any information we can gather about the event -we make it easy to be green and involved!
So far it appears this week is a bit more quiet than last, it stands to reason with all the
graduations and the onset of summer just around the corner, but there is still lots to do. So get out your RFTA pass, bookmark a couple of these ideas and get your week planned.
warmer months ahead of us. With Basalt being smack in the middle of the RFTA routes you can catch a bus going Up or Down valley to meet your needs and get you to class with plenty of time for a drink and snack for starters.
The Limelight Hotel in Aspen has some great music both Friday and Saturday night. The Limelight is just a hop, skip and a jump West across the rugby field from the Rubey Park bus station. The range of Upvalley buses are varied so be sure to check which one works for your schedule. Take an earlier bus, walk around Aspen and the stop in the Limelight for some eats before the show.
During the day on Saturday the Personal Rehabilitation Center will be hosting the 2011 Roaring Fork valley Women’s Health Symposium at The Gathering Center located in The Church of Carbondale. The best way to take RFTA is to get off at the Carbondale swimming pool and walk down Main Street and take a right on Second Street. Take a left at Sopris Blvd and until you reach Old Snowmass Drive and you will be at the Gathering Center at The Church of Carbondale. The health symposium will feature topics with 32 exhibitors, mini lectures, demonstrations, space-limited free child care, massage/body energy work area sponsored by integrative therapies of VVH, Spanish interpreters provided courtesy of the Roaring Fork Rotary Club and keynote luncheon speaker Marcia Brixey speaking on “5 Steps to Living a Healthy Financial Life.
This week looks to be a cold one but by the weekend the skies are supposed to brighten and the air should warm up a bit. Why not take advantage of RFTA’s bike carriers and load your bike on a bus. Relax on the bus, get off in Grande Avenue in Glenwood and then roll on into the Canyon for some exercise. On the way back you can stop for a soak at the Hot Springs, grab a bite in downtown Glenwood and then catch RFTA back home.
The fun doesn’t have to start and end with the above activities. Why not roam out on your own using RFTA and hatch a creative and fun plan of your own? If you do, be sure to leave us a note here and tell us which bus route you used and where you went!