“Essential care for essential workers” is a multi-series event hosted by Resilient Colorado, designed to support personal and professional well-being for those who work in the restaurant and hospitality industries. Fenceline Ciders is inviting you to revel in the party during its upcoming fifth anniversary party. Learn the art of ethical animal harvesting during a two-day class at Sacred Song Farm. By Connor Shreve. This story is sponsored by Keesee Motors and Southwest Health System
Resilient Colorado - https://www.resilient-colorado.org/
Fenceline Cider - https://www.fenceline.co/
Sacred Song Farm - https://www.sacredsongfarm.com/
Help for essential workers suffering from mental health issues related to service industry work is available, Fenceline Ciders is getting ready for another birthday bash, and a local farm is hosting an on-farm butcher class. You're watching the Local News Roundup, brought to you by Keesee Motors and Southwest Health System, I'm Connor Shreve. Resilient Colorado, a local nonprofit group, is making sure essential workers are taken care of by hosting a six-part series designed to support personal and professional wellbeing for those in the service and hospitality fields. Three sessions remain February 27th, March 6th, and March 13th. The final sessions will focus on understanding the differences between certain kinds of trauma, fatigue and burnout. They'll provide productive and healing tools that essential workers can begin using immediately. Each session runs from five to 7:00 PM at the Mancos Library and is free, but registration is required in advance due to limited space. Register on Eventbrite and find more details on the Resilient Colorado Facebook page. Fenceline Cider is promising in the evening of cider, celebration, dancing, and joy as the Mancos Libation Mainstay celebrates its fifth birthday, Saturday, February 25th. The back production space will be transformed to accommodate live music from Afrobeatniks for the party, free pizza, door prizes and more will be available. The party runs from 2:00 to 9:00 PM at the Fenceline Cidery Tap Room on Main Street in Mancos. You can learn the art of ethical animal harvesting during a butcher class being hosted by Sacred Song Farm in Mancos next month. The on-farm class will be held in two separate four hour Saturday sessions on March 11th and March 18th, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The class covers field dressing and skinning, as well as harvesting hogs and sheep, and proper cooling and aging technique. It costs $300 and students get to bring their harvest home. You can register in the Sacred Song Farm online shop. Thanks for watching this edition of the Local News Roundup, I'm Connor Shreve.