What’s Happening? Edna Elizabeth “Beth” Newey named to the Dean’s List at UCCS and more

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POSTED: 06/15/2018 01:34:39 PM MDT

Edna Elizabeth ‘Beth’ Newey

Edna Elizabeth “Beth” Newey named to the Dean’s List at UCCS

Edna Elizabeth “Beth” Newey, a 2015 graduate of Cañon City High School, was named to the Dean’s List at University of Colorado – Colorado Springs for the 2018 Spring semester. Newey is majoring in History at UCCS, and she currently is employed by the Cañon City Public Library. She is the daughter of Renee Newey and the granddaughter of Jerry and Laura Sue Vonier and Paul and Brenda Newey. She plans on pursuing a Master’s Degree in Library Science after graduating from UCCS.

CCMA to host 18th annual State-Wide Talent Competition

The Colorado County Music Association will host the 18th annual State-Wide Talent Competition from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. June 30 and July 1 at the Gibson Mansion, 907 Greenwood Ave. Featuring country, bluegrass and gospel, this event is free for the public to attend. For more information, call Misty Dawn at 719-372-6280.

A Dyeing Adventure with Peggy Doney of The 100th Sheep

A Dyeing Adventure with Peggy Doney of The 100th Sheep will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. June 23 at Yarned & Dangerous, 403 Main St. To reserve a space and for pricing, call 719-345-3510. A one-hour lunch break is included. This is open to all skill levels. Students should wear old clothing, closed-toe shoes (no sandals) and bring a pen or pencil to write on notes provided. Bring an old apron to protect from dye splatters. A plastic trash bag can be turned into an inexpensive apron.

Embark on an adventure learning about dyeing on fingering weight skeins and/or fibers. Mix dye stock and blend together, creating unique yarns to be turned into your own pieces of wearable art. Three skeins ( 3.5 – 4 ounces) or three balls of four ounces of fiber will be provided. Painting, steaming and washing will be covered. There will be extra skeins, fiber and sock blanks for purchase for those who wish to explore more.

Daily Record Staff