Events for Environment

Pop Up! CHaRM

Join us for a Pop Up! CHaRM (collection of hard to recycle materials) Items accepted: batteries, bikes/bike parts, books, carseats, cell phones & chargers, cosmetic cases, skis, snowboards, gently used clothing, DVDs/CDs/plastic cases, ink/toner cartridges, tires ($2/tire; 4 max), pharmaceuticals (uniformed police officer collecting), styrofoam (white block; no take-out food containers), plastic bags, plastic film, musical strings and more. For a complete list go to utahrecyclingalliance.org. Suggested donation of $3 to the URA to cover recycling costs. Residential materials only; no business materials accepted.Thanks to Patagonia for supporting our CHaRM events!


Mountain Country Show at Alta

We LOVE Alta in all four seasons but her best may be when she's in full Summertime bloom! Finish off your incredible afternoon Alta hike with some music or just come up for the FUN and linger with friends in the acoustic mountain air. Join Mountain Country and our friends at Alta Community Enrichment for a FREE show. Food and drink available for purchase or bring your own picnic basket ~ family friendly. Seating limited...pack a chair or blanket. Escape the valley heat with a cool Summer evening in Mountain Country!


Fiction as a Force for the Environment

Join authors Scott Graham and Chip Ward at The King’s English Bookshop as they discuss fiction as a force for the environment. Scott Graham will discuss the latest in his National Park Mystery Series, Yosemite Fall, and Chip Ward will discuss his novel Stony Mesa Sagas.


Meet and Greet with Scott Graham

Talk writing, national parks, and mystery with Scott Graham at Dolly’s Bookstore. Stop by between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. to chat with Durango-based author Scott Graham and to get his new book Yosemite Fall (National Park Mystery Series #4).


Pop Up! CHaRM

Join us for a Pop Up! CHaRM (collection of hard to recycle materials) Items accepted: batteries, bikes/bike parts, books, carseats, cell phones & chargers, cosmetic cases, skis, snowboards, gently used clothing, DVDs/CDs/plastic cases, ink/toner cartridges, tires ($2/tire; 4 max), pharmaceuticals (uniformed police officer collecting), styrofoam (white block; no take-out food containers), plastic bags, plastic film, musical strings and more. For a complete list go to utahrecyclingalliance.org. Suggested donation of $3 to the URA to cover recycling costs. Residential materials only; no business materials accepted.Thanks to Patagonia for supporting our CHaRM events!