The mountains are covered with snow, and early morning brings a sprinkling of frost on the ground: a signal from Mother Earth that winter is upon us.
With the winter season comes celebration, traditional stories, songs, cookies and family fun. On Saturday, Dec. 14, the Southern Ute Cultural Center & Museum will have a Christmas sing-along and traditional storytelling. The community is invited. Elders and anyone who would like to share a song or story are welcome. We will start at 6 p.m. in the large classroom. Cider and cookies will be served.
Saturday, Dec. 21 is “Christmas Gifts” day. We will be making potholders, aprons and key chains. This event will begin at 1 p.m. in the large classroom. Crafts are for all ages. For more information, call 970-533-9583.