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Our View: Step out and enjoy Craig

As the Craig Chamber of Commerce puts it, "There is too something to do in Craig!"

It's true — all you have to do is look for things to do, and you'll find that our community boasts a number of activities both in and outside of Craig's city limits.

Where might one find information on Craig happenings? The answer is simple: All you have to do is check out the Craig Daily Press news briefs and calendar or the Craig Chamber's online calendar at http://business.craig-chamber.com/events.

Additionally, the Daily Press publishes Bulldogs Sports each Monday, outlining all the sporting events set to happen each week.

Many of the activities in Craig are free and easy to access, and if a price is attached to an event, it's usually minimal.

We believe that the words "there's nothing to do in Craig" should never cross your lips, as it just takes a little research to find upcoming events around town.

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You can always go to a movie, as our theater does a great job at getting the latest and greatest movies on the big screen in a timely fashion.

Here's a list of upcoming activities:

• Jan. 27: Literacy Carnival from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club

• Jan. 30: Community Square Dance from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion

• Jan. 31: Snowmobile Poker Run at Freeman Reservoir

• Feb. 7: Craig Concert from 7 to 9 p.m. at Moffat County High School

• Feb. 12 to 14: Kids Art Show at The Center of Craig

• Feb. 14: Art Walk/Taste of Chocolate from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Craig, along with a Valentine's Dance from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Elks Lodge

Those are only a few of the upcoming events planned by dedicated members of our community.

Free outdoor activities are also available. Go sledding at Cathy Cisar Hill. Take a cross country ski adventure at the golf course.

Craig is your oyster, so we invite you to break it open and enjoy the treasures our city has to offer.

Editorial board

Renee Campbell — newspaper representative

Noelle Leavitt Riley — newspaper representative

Sheli Steele — newspaper representative

Shannon Moore — community representative

Bob Mueller — community representative

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