Thank You Lynne Westerfield
It is with great appreciation and some sadness that we say goodbye to our founding director Lynne Westerfield. She has been a driving visionary, an inspiration to many, and a powerful fundraiser for our cause. Thank you Lynne for all that you have created for our community. Change can be hard but it also brings new opportunities. Lynne is moving to her new home outside of Flagstaff AZ to live a ranch life and guide on the Grand Canyon. We wish her all the best!
Kendra Kurihara has stepped into her shoes as the new Executive Director. She has been involved with C4 since the beginning as a board member and zero waste volunteer. Active in the community for many years, her areas of interest have been in education, recreation, gardening and cooking. Check out her bio. Besides learning the ropes, the first big order of business will be completing fundraising, and planning and construction of the upcoming Cloud City Farm project!
Kendra can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-465-6164. She will buy coffee for anyone wanting to discuss C4 projects, present and future.
Saturday is Local Food Night. View the Program.
Sunday is Family Film Night. View the Program.
At the Tabor Opera House. Films start at 6:00 with a reception at 5:00 pm. There are approximately 10 short films per night, lasting 2-3 hours. Tickets are $10 for C4 members and $15 for the general public. Membership is free. And there will be a special free showing of Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food, Saturday the 3rd at 3:30 at the Tabor Opera House.
Join us for another fabulous weekend at the largest film festival of its kind. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival sits apart from the hundreds of festivals around the world by leaving you feeling INSPIRED and MOTIVATED to go out and make a difference in your community and the world.
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival puts our local work – and yours too – into the broader environmental and social context, and serves to remind us that we’re participants in a global movement for a more wild and scenic world.
Volunteer at a C4 Zero Waste Event
Leadville Race Series volunteers are the key to making these events environmentally sustainable. Since 2012 at Leadville Race Series Events, we have kept more than 80% of all trash out of the landfill through recycling, composting and outreach efforts. That’s over 30,000 pounds of waste diverted every year, 70,000 pounds of carbon reduced from our earth’s atmosphere and many natural resources saved! Help educate participants on how to recycle and compost. You will be placed at an aid station or at the start/finish to cheer racers on while providing a valuable service.