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Crawford State Park StoryWalk®

Crawford State Park 40468 CO-92, Crawford

The StoryWalk® book at Crawford State Park is "Superworm," written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. This book is a super adventure with a wriggly, squiggly hero you'll never forget. Toad in trouble? Beetle in a jam? Never fear -- Superworm is here! And he's wiggling to the...


Sweitzer Lake StoryWalk®

Sweitzer Lake State Park 1735 E. Rd., Delta

The StoryWalk® book at Sweitzer Lake State Park is "Grumpycorn" by Sarah McIntyre. It is a funny and feisty picture book celebrating teamwork, friendship and the joys of storytelling.  Unicorn wants to write the most fabulous story in the world. He has a fancy notebook. A special fluffy pen. He has...


Fairgrounds StoryWalk®

Delta County Fairgrounds 403 Fair Grounds, Hotchkiss

Stop by the Crawford State Park Storywalk to explore a brand-new story created by our very own North Fork High School art students, "Cowboy Guss: A Day in the Life of a Busy Cowdog," written by Kaylee Simpson and and Grace Ware. The story explores ranch life from a dog's...


Surface Creek Trail StoryWalk®

Surface Creek Trail 290 SE Deer Trail Ave, Cedaredge

The StoryWalk® book on the Surface Creek Trail is "Unicorn" by Diana Murray. The unicorns are celebrating their favorite day of the year, complete with rainbows, cupcakes, butterflies, and all sorts of joyful things. But when it's revealed there's an impostor in their midst, the party comes to a screeching...


Harvest of Voices: Call for Submissions

Blue Sage Center for the Arts 228 Grand Ave, Paonia

The Blue Sage Literary Committee is seeking original works of poetry, fiction, prose, and non-fiction for presentation at Harvest of Voices, the kickoff event of Mountain Harvest Festival. Entries must be submitted via an online form by noon on Friday, August 9, 2024. All pieces are limited to 1,000 words and must be read by the writer...