Lecture series debuts at Woody Creek
CPS Lecture, a San Francisco-based lecture series hosted by part-time Basalt residents Kelly and John Close, makes its debut in the Roaring Fork Valley with a pop-up event tonight at the Woody Creek Community Center. The talk, at 7 p.m., features Aspen Times Arts Editor Stewart Oksenhorn speaking on arts and culture in the Aspen area. Admission is free.
Oksenhorn has been writing about arts in the Roaring Fork Valley for 20 years and has covered mime, performance art, spoken word and music forms including smooth jazz and ’80s tribute bands.
In the San Francisco area, CPS Lectures has presented doctors, writers, chefs, teachers and more.
For further information, visit http://www.cpslectures.com.
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