Latest News – September 28

A Planes-Eye-View of America’s Highest City: Leadville

A planes-eye-view of Leadville and Lake County! Once you get your bearings straight, this aerial photo is incredible! Leadville Today always likes to hear from readers, so . . .Thanks to Tim Henkels who sent this in on September 26 with the following message: Yesterday looked gorgeous from the air Leadville Today! Erin and I live up on 10th Street during the summers, and we work in Korea during the school year. We have a week off for Korean Thanksgiving and we're on a flight bound for the East Coast where our families live...we got a bit homesick though when we saw the flight path! Directly over our home.

A planes-eye-view of Leadville and Lake County! Once you get your bearings straight, this aerial photo is incredible! Leadville Today always likes to hear from readers, so, thanks to Tim Henkels who sent this in on September 26 with the following message: Yesterday looked gorgeous from the air! Erin and I live up on 10th Street during the summers, and we work in Korea during the school year. We have a week off for Korean Thanksgiving and we’re on a flight bound for the East Coast where our families live…we got a bit homesick though when we saw the flight path! Directly over our home.

A_Spacer_ThinLiteracy Lives In Lake County: Pick Up a Book!

It’s often said that if you know how to read, you can learn anything! So here are some ways that you can celebrate literacy in Lake County.Full Tilt Boogie_Walters

This Thursday, Oct. 1, writer, burro racer, and former Leadville newspaper editor Hal Walter will be featured at a local “Meet the Author” from Noon – 1 p.m. in Room 317 of the Pinnacle Resource Center at Colorado Mountain College – Leadville. He will be discussing and signing his book, “Full Tilt Boogie: A Journey into Autism, Fatherhood, and an Epic Test of Man and Beast.”

Refreshments will be served.A_Spacer_Thin

It’s Storytime for the Little Ones at the Public Library

The Lake County Public Library will also start it’s FREE Weekly Storytime for Preschoolers this Thursday, Oct. 1.  Storytime is held on Thursday Mornings, with Children ages 3 – 5 from 9 – 10 a.m., and Toddlers from 11 – 11:30 a.m. Every week there’s a different theme, including some special guests throughout the  programs which continues through mid-May 2016.A_Spacer_ThinStorytime_2015_2016

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