Events Calendar for the Roaring Fork Campus

Jul
28
Mon
Fall Registration begins July 28 @ all Colorado Mountain College campuses
Jul 28 all-day

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Registration begins July 28 for fall classes at Colorado Mountain College. Many classes, including those taught via online learning, start the week of Aug. 25. Other classes start throughout the semester.

Credit class schedules for the Carbondale, Glenwood Springs and Spring Valley locations are available at college centers at 690 Colorado Ave. in Carbondale, 1402 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs, or 3000 County Road 114 in Spring Valley (south of Glenwood Springs). Information about select bachelor’s degrees is online at coloradomtn.edu/4year. Continuing education schedules for these three valley locations have been mailed out locally.

You can also browse online for all classes at coloradomtn.edu/classes.

Students new to the college can apply online or where they wish to attend. New degree-seeking students are encouraged to see a counselor before registering.

Returning students who have not taken classes within the past 12 months, and who wish to take credit classes, need to re-apply. They can register in person or online. Registration forms can be faxed or mailed. Current students who have taken classes within the past 12 months can register by mail, phone or fax, or online.

For more information, visit your local campus or call 963-2172 in Carbondale, 945-7486 in Glenwood Springs or 945-7481 at Spring Valley.

Jul
29
Tue
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing: info session @ Colorado Mountain College
Jul 29 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

CMC nursing students develop patient and technology skills in lab classes.

Colorado Mountain College has just been approved to offer bachelor of science degrees in nursing this fall. Applicants must have completed a two-year associate degree in nursing and hold an RN license in Colorado. Informational meetings will be held July 29, at 3:30 and 5pm at the CMC Glenwood Center. More info at 947-8257.

Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing: info session @ Colorado Mountain College
Jul 29 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

CMC nursing students develop patient and technology skills in lab classes.

Colorado Mountain College has just been approved to offer bachelor of science degrees in nursing this fall. Applicants must have completed a two-year associate degree in nursing and hold an RN license in Colorado. Informational meetings will be held July 29, at 3:30 and 5pm at the CMC Glenwood Center. More info at 947-8257.

Jul
30
Wed
“Walk on the Wild Side” with Garry Zabel @ Ice Age Discovery Center at the Snowmass Village Mall
Jul 30 @ 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm

depiction of an extinct wooly mammothIn October 2010 excavators working at the Ziegler Reservoir in Snowmass Village made an astonishing discovery. The site was the final resting place of 41 different kinds of Ice Age animals including mammoths, mastodons, giant bison and more. It is one of the most significant discoveries in North America. Bring the kids and learn more about the discovery!

Please join us for the Summer 2014 Speaker Series:

Wednesday, July 30, 4:30 p.m.

Walk on the Wild Side with Garry Zabel
Discussion at the Ice Age Discovery Center from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Later, 5:30 to 7 p.m., there will be a hike up the Rim Trail above the reservoir for a glaciology/geology walking lecture. Come prepared to hike and provide your own transportation to the trailhead.

The Ice Age Discovery Center is located on the Snowmass Village Mall. Parking is provided in lots 4, 5, 8 and 9.

These events are free and open to the public.

Aug
6
Wed
“How to Get a Date (on a fossil)” with Sandy Jackson @ Ice Age Discovery Center at the Snowmass Village Mall
Aug 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

depiction of an extinct wooly mammothIn October 2010 excavators working at the Ziegler Reservoir in Snowmass Village made an astonishing discovery. The site was the final resting place of 41 different kinds of Ice Age animals including mammoths, mastodons, giant bison and more. It is one of the most significant discoveries in North America. Bring the kids and learn more about the discovery!

Please join us for the Summer 2014 Speaker Series:

Wednesday, Aug. 6, 6:00 p.m.

“How to Get a Date” with Sandy Jackson

CMC Adjunct Faculty Member Sandy Jackson will discuss the dating techniques used to determine the ages of fossil remains from the Ziegler Reservoir site.

The Ice Age Discovery Center is located on the Snowmass Village Mall. Parking is provided in lots 4, 5, 8 and 9.

These events are free and open to the public.

Aug
13
Wed
“Bringing Back Ice Age Beasts” with Tom Cardomone @ Ice Age Discovery Center at the Snowmass Village Mall
Aug 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

depiction of an extinct wooly mammothIn October 2010 excavators working at the Ziegler Reservoir in Snowmass Village made an astonishing discovery. The site was the final resting place of 41 different kinds of Ice Age animals including mammoths, mastodons, giant bison and more. It is one of the most significant discoveries in North America. Bring the kids and learn more about the discovery!

Please join us for the Summer 2014 Speaker Series:

Wednesday, Aug. 13, 6:00 p.m.

“Bringing Back Ice Age Beasts: Can We Really Clone a Mastodon?” with Tom Cardomone

Serious scientists in North America, Korea and Siberia have sequenced the DNA of Wooly Mammoths and some are restoring the grassy mammoth steppe ecosystems once widespread during the Ice Age. After all, once cloned, they’ll need a place to live. Could Colorado’s wildlife once again include mammoths, mastodons, giant-horned bison, huge short-face bear and other magnificent mammals that actually roamed the mountains and plains quite recently? The critical steps from cloning, to de-extinction, to re-wilding are challenging, and our discussion will be enlightening.

The Ice Age Discovery Center is located on the Snowmass Village Mall. Parking is provided in lots 4, 5, 8 and 9.

These events are free and open to the public.