Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of April 23, 2018



Weekly Events for April 16

April 23 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
April 25 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at River Center

Future Events

May 5 – 10 am Annual Youth Fishing Derby, free event, preregistering required
May 5 – Cinco de Mayo Celebration on 5th Street, 2-6 pm
May 19 – 8 am Town wide Garage sale, look for the balloons
May 19 – Flea Market at Mr. T’s, 9am to 3 pm
May 19 – Free Golf in the Park, VIX park,
free event preregistering required, 10 to 12 pm
June 8 – River Center’s Taco Bar & Silent Auction
June 9 –  Colorado River Fire Rescue Open House, 10 am – 2 pm

Events at the Library
April 24 – 10:30 am Storytime
April 25 – 6:30 pm The Importance of Her Voice: Song in the Lives of Mountain Women
April 26 – All GCP Libraries will be closed for staff training
April 27 – 1:30 pm Cuentos en Espanol
April 27 – 3 pm STEM at Your Library
May 31 – Summer Reading Program Kick-off Party 4 – 8 pm, at Burning Mountain Park

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

Baseball & Softball Registration

Intro To T-Ball (Age 4)
This is a five week program focusing on beginning fundamentals of T-Ball. Practice meets once a week with weekly scrimmage games being played.
Cost: $40, season: June 4-July 12, days/times: Wednesdays and locations: TBD.
T-Ball (Ages 5-6)
This six week program focuses on the fundamentals of baseball.  Practices held 1-2 times a week and competes against other teams from nearby towns.
Cost: $50, season: June 4-July 12, days/times: Tuesdays and Thursdays and locations: TBD.
Coach Pitch Baseball (Ages 7-8)
In this program, players will practice 1-2 times a week and play against teams from other local towns.  In Coach Pitch league, the coaches will pitch to players. Cost: $50, season: June 5-July 14, days/times: Tuesdays and Thursdays and locations: TBD.
Baseball & Softball (Ages 8-15)
Final deadline for CRVL Baseball & Softball league is April 25th.
New Castle Recreation offers kids pitch baseball and softball and plays in the Colorado River Valley League which is composed of teams from across the Western Slope.  Practices are 1-2 times per week along with weekly games.
Cost: $75, season: May 14-July 22, days/time: TBD Monday-Thursday with occasional Friday and or Saturday games. Locations: Elk Creek Elementary & VIX Ranch Park

VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED FOR ALL SUMMER BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL PROGRAM

Want to learn to play the Ukulele?
Free drop in to strum or sing along, Wednesdays, 11 am – 12 noon at the Community Center.

For more information call Hannah or Jeff at 984-3352, visit the NC Recreation website at www.newcastlerec.com

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of April 16, 2018



Weekly Events for April 16

April 14 – CRFR’s Wild Fire Awareness program at the Silt Fire Station, 10-12 pm and at the Glenwood Springs Recreation Center, 2-4 pm
April 16 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
April 16 – HPC meeting cancelled
April 17 – 7 pm Town Council meeting at Towh Hall
April 18 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at River Center

Future Events

May 5 – 10 am Annual Youth Fishing Derby, free event, preregistering required
May 5 – Cinco de Mayo Celebration on 5th Street, 2-6 pm
May 19 – 8 am Town wide Garage sale, look for the balloons
May 19 – 9 am Flea Market at Mr. T’s
May 19 – 10 am Free Golf in the Park, free event preregistering required
June 8 – River Center’s Taco Bar & Silent Auction
June 9 –  Colorado River Fire Rescue Open House, 10 am – 2 pm

New Castle Needlework Guild
6-8pm, 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month.Cost is free, we meet at the River Center, 126 N 4th St. Bring your project or if you would like to learn more about knitting, crocheting, etc.

Events at the Library
April 17 – 10:30 am Storytime
April 19 – 4 pm PAWS to Read
April 20 – 1:30 pm Cuentos en Espanol
April 20 – 3 pm STEM at Your Library
April 25 – 6:30 pm The Importance of Her Voice: Song in the Lives of Mountain Women
April 27 – All GCP Libraries will closed for staff training
May 31 – Summer Reading Program Kick-off Party 4 – 8 pm, at Burning Mountain Park

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

Baseball & Softball Registration

Intro To T-Ball (Age 4)
This is a five week program focusing on beginning fundamentals of T-Ball. Practice meets once a week with weekly scrimmage games being played.
Cost: $40, season: June 4-July 12, days/times: Wednesdays and locations: TBD.
T-Ball (Ages 5-6)
This six week program focuses on the fundamentals of baseball.  Practices held 1-2 times a week and competes against other teams from nearby towns.
Cost: $50, season: June 4-July 12, days/times: Tuesdays and Thursdays and locations: TBD.
Coach Pitch Baseball (Ages 7-8)
In this program, players will practice 1-2 times a week and play against teams from other local towns.  In Coach Pitch league, the coaches will pitch to players. Cost: $50, season: June 5-July 14, days/times: Tuesdays and Thursdays and locations: TBD.
Baseball & Softball (Ages 8-15)
Final deadline for CRVL Baseball & Softball league is April 25th.
New Castle Recreation offers kids pitch baseball and softball and plays in the Colorado River Valley League which is composed of teams from across the Western Slope.  Practices are 1-2 times per week along with weekly games.
Cost: $75, season: May 14-July 22, days/time: TBD Monday-Thursday with occasional Friday and or Saturday games. Locations: Elk Creek Elementary & VIX Ranch Park

VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED FOR ALL SUMMER BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL PROGRAM

Want to learn to play the Ukulele?
Free drop in to strum or sing along, Wednesdays, 11 am – 12 noon at the Community Center.

For more information call Hannah or Jeff at 984-3352, visit the NC Recreation website at www.newcastlerec.com

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of April 9, 2018



Weekly Events for April 9

April 6 – 6 pm Spellebration at Hotel Colorado, the theme is ComicCon
April 7 – Valley View Health Fair at Coal Ridge High School, starts at 7am
April 7 – 10 am Free gardening class at New Castle Gardens
April 9 – starting at 8:30 am Municipal Court at Town Hall
April 9 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
April 10 – 6:30 pm Community meeting at the Community Center regarding the Main Street Lane Change
April 10 – 6:30 pm Lions Club meeting at New Castle Senior Housing
April 11 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at River Center
April 14 – CRFR’s Wild Fire Awareness program at the Silt Fire Station, 10-12 pm and at the Glenwood Springs RecreationCenter, 2-4 pm

Future Events

May 5 – Annual Youth Fishing Derby
May 5 – Cinco de Mayo Celebration on 5th Street, 2-6 pm
May 19 – 10 am Free Golf in the Park
June 8 – River Center’s Taco Bar & Silent Auction
June 9 –  Colorado River Fire Rescue Open House, 10 am – 2 pm

ComicCon: Super Heros Spelling for Literacy Friday, April 6 

Holy alphabet, Batman! Spellebration 2018 is just around the corner! Join us on April 6th at Hotel Colorado. Spellebration is a costumed spelling bee for adults that supports Literacy Outreach and Colorado Mountain College Learning Labs. Our theme this year is Comic Con so start pressing your capes and studying your dictionaries. Don’t worry, it’s a team-based event so all the pressure is off!

If you’re not in the mood to spell, come Marvel at all the costumes, grab a drink, and participate in the silent auction. Admission is free for spectators.

Events at the Library
April 10 – 10:30 am Storytime
April 10 – 2 pm Let’s Talk Life
April 12 – 4 pm PAWS to Read
April 13 – 1 pm Dare to Explore
April 13 – 1:30 pm Cuentos en Espanol
April 25 – 6:30 pm The Importance of Her Voice: Song in the Lives of Mountain Women
April 27 – All GCP Libraries will closed for staff training

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

“Spike It” Youth Volleyball (ages 9-14)
The program is for young boys and girls wanting to try this exciting sport or brush up on their skills. Cost is $40/$50 after April 9. Dates/times: Mondays 5:30-6:30 pm for grades 3rd and 4th and 6:30-7:30 pm for grades 5th to 8th, April 16 to May 21. Location:TBD

New Castle Recreation Youth Running Club (ages 5-10)
New Castle Running Club is excited to begin a 6-week Spring session in April. Kids ages 5-10 will enjoy learning about the sport of running through various forms of drills, exercises and games. The season will end with a race for the kids to participate in. Cost is $45 per runner. Days/time: Mondays at VIX Park and Fridays at Coal Ridge High School track. 5-5:45 pm, April 23 -May 25.

Want to learn to play the Ukulele?
Free drop in to strum or sing along, Wednesdays, 11 am – 12 noon at the Community Center.

2018 Spring Activity is here!
For more information call Hannah or Jeff at 984-3352, visit the NC Recreation website at www.newcastlerec.com

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OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS – April 3, 2018

For Mayor:

Art Riddile – 459 votes

For Town Councilor:

Scott Owens – 397 votes

Bruce Leland – 373 votes

Brandy Copeland – 335 votes

Joe Urnise – 334 votes

 

 

A recount was conducted today pursuant to C.R.S. 31-10-1207. The recount confirmed the votes.
Art Riddile, Scott Owens, Bruce Leland and Brandy Copeland will be sworn at the April 17, 2018 council meeting.

 

Click HERE to view the signed Official Results.

2018 April Newsletter

In this Issue:

Water and Sewer Rates

CRFR has a new Wildland Division Chief

Lane changes on Main Street

New Castle Historical Society Meeting April 28

New Castle Recreation Dept News

Did you know that…

New Castle Chamber News

New Chamber of Commerce Office

Dates to put on Your 2018 Calendar

Council Highlights

New Castle to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Town Administrator to Retire

E-Bike demo at Lakota Recreation Center

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of April 2, 2018



Weekly Events for April 2

April 2 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
April 3 – Election Day
April 4 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at River Center

April 5 – E-bike demo at Lakota Recreation Center 5 -7 pm
April 6 – 6 pm Spellebration at Hotel Colorado, the theme is ComicCon
April 7 – Valley View Health Fair at Coal Ridge High School, starts at 7am

Future Events

April 10 – 6:30 pm Community meeting at the Community Center regarding the Main Street Lane Change
May 5 – Annual Youth Fishing Derby
May 5 – Cinco de Mayo Celebration on 5th Street, 2-6 pm
May 19 – 10 am Free Golf in the Park
June 8 – River Center’s Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
June 9 –  Colorado River Fire Rescue Open House, 10 am – 2 pm

ComicCon: Super Heros Spelling for Literacy Friday, April 6 

Holy alphabet, Batman! Spellebration 2018 is just around the corner! Join us on April 6th at Hotel Colorado. Spellebration is a costumed spelling bee for adults that supports Literacy Outreach and Colorado Mountain College Learning Labs. Our theme this year is Comic Con so start pressing your capes and studying your dictionaries. Don’t worry, it’s a team-based event so all the pressure is off!

If you’re not in the mood to spell, come Marvel at all the costumes, grab a drink, and participate in the silent auction. Admission is free for spectators.

Events at the Library
April 3 – 10:30 am Storytime
April 5 – 4 pm PAWS to Read
April 6 – 1:30 pm Cuentos en Espanol
April 10 – 2 pm Let’s Talk Life
April 25 – 6:30 pm The Importance of Her Voice: Song in the Lives of Mountain Women
April 27 – All GCP Libraries will closed for staff training

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

New Castle Needlework Guild

6-8pm, 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month.
Cost is free, we meet at the River Center, 126 N 4th St.
Bring your project or if you would like to learn more about knitting, crocheting, etc.

News from New Castle Recreation
“Spike It” Youth Volleyball (ages 9-14)
The program is for young boys and girls wanting to try this exciting sport or brush up on their skills. Cost is $40/$50 after April 9. Dates/times: Mondays 5:30-6:30 pm for grades 3rd and 4th and 6:30-7:30 pm for grades 5th to 8th, April 9 to May 21. Location:TBD

New Castle Recreation Youth Running Club (ages 5-10)
New Castle Running Club is excited to begin a 6-week Spring session in April. Kids ages 5-10 will enjoy learning about the sport of running through various forms of drills, exercises and games. The season will end with a race for the kids to participate in. Cost is $45 per runner. Days/time: Mondays at VIX Park and Fridays at Coal Ridge High School track. 5-5:45 pm, April 25-May 30.

Want to learn to play the Ukulele?
Free drop in to strum or sing along, Wednesdays, 11 am – 12 noon at the Community Center.

2018 Spring Activity is here!
For more information call Hannah or Jeff at 984-3352, visit the NC Recreation website at www.newcastlerec.com

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of March 26, 2018



Weekly Events for March 26

March 23, 24 & 25 Liberty Classical Academy presents “Mary Poppins” at Glenwood Springs High School
March 26 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
March 28 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at River Center

Future Events

April 5 – Ebike demo at Lakota Recreation Center 5 -7 pm
April 6 – 6 pm Spellebration at Hotel Colorado, the theme is ComicCon
April 7 – Valley View Health Fair at Coal Ridge High School, starts at 7am
April 10 – 6:30 pm Open House meeting at the Community Center regarding the Main Street Lane Diet
June 8 – River Center’s Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
June 9 –  Colorado River Fire Rescue Open House, 10 am – 2 pm

ComicCon: Super Heros Spelling for Literacy Friday, April 6 

Holy alphabet, Batman! Spellebration 2018 is just around the corner! Join us on April 6th at Hotel Colorado. Spellebration is a costumed spelling bee for adults that supports Literacy Outreach and Colorado Mountain College Learning Labs. Our theme this year is Comic Con so start pressing your capes and studying your dictionaries. Don’t worry, it’s a team-based event so all the pressure is off!

If you’re not in the mood to spell, come Marvel at all the costumes, grab a drink, and participate in the silent auction. Admission is free for spectators.

Events at the Library
March 27 – 10:30 am Storytime
March 29 – 4 pm PAWS to Read
March 30 – 1:30 pm Cuentos en Espanol
April 10 – 2 pm Let’s Talk Life

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

Liberty Classical Academy presents
Mary Poppins!

DATES: Friday, March 23, 2017 @ 7:00 PM Saturday, March 24, 2017 @ 7:00 PM Sunday, March 25, 2017 @ 2:00 PM TICKET PRICES: Adult ticket (13 and older) – $14.00 Seniors and children under 12 – $10.00 LOCATION: Glenwood Springs High School

News from New Castle Recreation
Help Wanted
Volunteer Coaches need for Micro Soccer; join us for a Coaches’ Clinic on Thursday, March 29th at 6pm at Alder Park.
The Coaches Clinic will cover the basics of coaching youth soccer, how to run a successful practice, creative practice ideas, games, rules and so much more. If you have every been unsure if you could coach soccer this clinic is for YOU! NCR will provide you all the tools to make you a successful coach and build your confidence.

Fly Fishing 101 & 102
Fly Fishing 101: Come learn the basics of fly fishing and how to cast properly. John Harcourt, a local fishing
guide, will teach this introductory clinic. Topics will include the following: entomology, equipment, knots, casting
and more. Register for both classes (101 & 102) and save some money. Cost is $25, date/time: March 31, 1-4 pm, located at the Community Center.
Fly Fishing 102: Now it’s casting time! Participants will head down to the Colorado River to practice the fly
fishing skills learned in Fly Fishing 101 and learn where fish live and feed! Cost: $25, date/time:April 7, 1-4 pm, location will be at Grand River Park
Fly Fishing 101 & 102: Cost: $40.00. Got questions? Call John at 970-984-0288

Want to learn to play the Ukulele?
Free drop in to strum or sing along, Wednesdays, 11 am – 12 noon at the Community Center.

2018 Spring Activity is here!
For more information call Hannah or Jeff at 984-3352, visit the NC Recreation website at www.newcastlerec.com

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of March 19, 2018



Weekly Events for March 19

March 16 & 17 – 7 pm Symphony Swing, Rifle and Glenwood Springs
March 19 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
March 19 – 6:30 pm HPC meeting at Town Hall
March 20 – 7 pm Town Council meeting at Town Hall
March 21 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at River Center

March 22 – 7 pm Fishing in and around New Castle at the River Center

Future Events

April 6 – 6 pm Spellebration at Hotel Colorado, the theme is ComicCon
April 7 – Valley View Health Fair at Coal Ridge High School, starts at 7am
April 10 – 6:30 pm Open House meeting at the Community Center regarding the Main Street Lane Diet
June 8 – River Center’s Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
June 9 –  Colorado River Fire Rescue Open House, 10 am – 2 pm

News from New Castle Recreation
2018 Spring Activity is here!

Rosybelle Mobile Maker Space, Spring Break Camp: (ages 6+), The mobile Art bus travels to schools, parks and public spaces to bring the Maker Revolution to youth, making it easy for youth to have access to quality arts programming. Camp dates/times: March 20-22, 9 :30 am – 12:30 pm and cost is $20/day or $50 for all three days. Location is Community Center.

Blown Away! By STEM: (ages 8 to 14 years.) Come experience the power of the wind, and experiment with the force of air power. Date/time:  March 20, 1 -3 pm and cost is $5.00

Want to learn to play the Ukulele?
Free drop in to strum or sing along, Wednesdays, 11 am – 12 noon at the Community Center.

For more information call Hannah or Jeff at 984-3352, visit the NC Recreation website at www.newcastlerec.com

 

Events at the Library
March 20 – 10:30 am Storytime
March 22 – 4 pm PAWS to Read
March 23 – 1:30 pm Cuentos en Espanol
March 16 – 3 pm STEM @ Your Library
March 23 – 4 pm Popcorn and Movie

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

New Castle Needlework Guild

6-8pm, 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month.
Cost is free, we meet at the River Center, 126 N 4th St.
Bring your project or if you would like to learn more about knitting, crocheting, etc.

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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of March 12, 2018

   

Weekly Events for March 12

March 9 – 6:30 pm Family Dance & Silent Auction Night at Elk Creek Elementary School
March 12 – starting at 8:30 am Municipal Court at Town Hall
March 12 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
March 14 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at River Center
March 16 & 17 – 7 pm Symphony Swing, Rifle and Glenwood Springs

Future Events

April 6 – Spellebration at Hotel Colorado, the theme is ComicCon
April 7 – 7 – 11 am Valley View Health Fair at Coal Ridge High School

News from New Castle Recreation
2018 Spring Activity is here!

Rosybelle Mobile Maker Space, Spring Break Camp: (ages 6+), The mobile Art bus travels to schools, parks and public spaces to bring the Maker Revolution to youth, making it easy for youth to have access to quality arts programming. Camp dates/times: March 20-22, 9 :30 am – 12:30 pm and cost is $20/day or $50 for all three days. Location is Community Center.

Blown Away! By STEM: (ages 8 to 14 years.) Come experience the power of the wind, and experiment with the force of air power. Date/time:  March 20, 1 -3 pm and cost is $5.00

Want to learn to play the Ukulele?
Free drop in to strum or sing along, Wednesdays, 11 am – 12 noon at the Community Center.

For more information call Hannah or Jeff at 984-3352, visit the NC Recreation website at www.newcastlerec.com

 
 

Events at the Library
 
March 13 – 10:30 am Storytime
March 14 – 6 pm Ukulele Sing Along
March 15 – 4 pm PAWS to Read
March 16 – 1:30 pm Cuentos en Espanol
March 16 – 3 pm STEM @ Your Library
March 23 – 4 pm Popcorn and Movie

 

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

  
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Here is what is happening in New Castle for the week of March 5, 2018



Weekly Events for March 5

March 2 – 6pm Family Bingo & Potato Bar Night at Kathryn Senor Elementary School
March 5 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at New Castle Senior Housing
March 6 – 7 pm Town Council meeting at Town Hall
March 7 – 12 noon Senior Luncheon at River Center
March 7 – 7pm New Castle Chamber of Commerce will be hosting “Meet the Candidates”, at the Community Center
March 9 – 6:30 pm Family Dance & Silent Auction Night at Elk Creek Elementary School

Future Events

March 16 & 17 – 7 pm Symphony Swing, Rifle and Glenwood Springs
April 6 – Spellebration at Hotel Colorado, the theme is ComicCon

 

New Castle Needlework Guild

6-8pm, 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month.
Cost is free, we meet at the River Center, 126 N 4th St.
Bring your project or if you would like to learn more about knitting, crocheting, etc.

News from New Castle Recreation
2018 Spring Activity is here!

Rosybelle Mobile Maker Space, Spring Break Camp: (ages 6+), The mobile Art bus travels to schools, parks and public spaces to bring the Maker Revolution to youth, making it easy for youth to have access to quality arts programming. Camp dates/times: March 20-22, 9 :30 am – 12:30 pm and cost is $20/day or $50 for all three days. Location is Community Center.

Blown Away! By STEM: (ages 8 to 14 years.) Come experience the power of the wind, and experiment with the force of air power. Date/time:  March 20, 1 -3 pm and cost is $5.00

Want to learn to play the Ukulele?
Free drop in to strum or sing along, Wednesdays, 11 am – 12 noon at the Community Center.

For more information call Hannah or Jeff at 984-3352, visit the NC Recreation website at www.newcastlerec.com

 

Events at the Library
March 6 – 10:30 am Storytime
March 7 – 6 pm Ukulele Sing Along
March 8 – 4 pm PAWS to Read
March 9 – 1 pm Dare to Explore
March 9 – 1:30 pm Cuentos en Espanol
March 10 – 1 pm Ukrainian Eggs

For more information call the Library at 984-2346 or go to www.gcpld.org

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