Ten-member troupe Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros have been added to the lineup to this year’s Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Festival.
The group will perform at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 1. Sharpe will share the bill alongside previously announced Churchill and Sunday headliner Journey. Sharpe is the final main stage act announcement for the Labor Day Festival, joining previously announced Friday, Aug. 30 performers: Jason Mraz and Grace Potter and the Nocturnals; and Saturday, Aug. 31 performers Keith Urban, Train and Little Big Town.
Early Bird tickets are available at $69 per day or $165 for a three-day pass through March 14. Prices include all service charges. Beginning on March 15, a second “mid-way” tier of pricing at $79 per day or $180 for a three-day pass will be available. A third “last chance” tier of pricing at $89 per day or $190 for a three-day pass will follow. Three-day passes will include one general admission wristband good for entrance into all performances.
Tickets can be purchased at 866-JAS-TIXX (970-527-8499), www.jazzaspensnowmass.org  or locally at the Belly Up Box Office, on 970 544-9800.
In a special meeting on March 5, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to appoint Charles Cunniffe as interim trustee for board member district 1 in the college’s six-county district.
Cunniffe’s appointment continues until the next regular election of the board in November. He will be sworn in and participate in the board’s regular meeting to be held today.
Cunniffe is the principal of Charles Cunniffe Architects and has worked as an architect in Aspen since 1979. He is a member of the Colorado Mountain College Foundation Board and serves on the Aspen Rotary-Rotary International World Service Committee, AIA Colorado West Board of Directors (president-elect), and Jazz Aspen/Snowmass and River Bridge Regional Center boards. He holds bachelor’s degrees in architecture, fine arts and sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design, followed by studies at Harvard Graduate School of Design, MIT and Brown University.
The district 1 seat became vacant recently when Dr. Anne Freedman resigned for health reasons. Freedman had been the college’s district 1 trustee since 2005.
District 1 covers most of Pitkin County, plus a small area within Eagle County. The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees has seven seats, which are elected by all voters in the six counties composing the CMC district. There is one trustee from each of seven board member districts in Eagle, Lake, Pitkin, Routt, Summit, East Garfield and West Garfield counties. Three other counties — Chaffee, Grand and Jackson — are within the college’s service area, but are not part of the voting district.
Vendor and sponsorship applications are currently being accepted for the second annual Health and Wellness Expo in Glenwood Springs. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, at Ramada Inn & Suites.
The Health and Wellness Expo is being produced locally in hopes of providing information and education about integrative health and preventative wellness solutions that are available throughout the valley. The event will feature more than 30 educational vendor booths, speakers and interactive activities for all ages.
For more information about this event or to obtain a booth vendor application, visit www.healthandwellnessexpogws.com  or call Dr. Stephanie Stanfield at 379-4193.
The Carbondale Mountain Fair is seeking art submissions for the 2013 event.
The winner will not only see their design printed on hundreds of T-shirts and posters, but also will win $500. Submissions can be created by hand or computer, though organizers prefer by hand, and can be any size.
However, the winning design will be digitized and made to fit a T-shirt and 11x17 posters. Design entries are due April 15 and must reflect the 2013 Mountain Fair theme which is based on Chief Seattle’s quote, “Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it.”
This year, the Utes will be represented at mountain fair to honor their history in the valley. Include your contact information on the back of artwork and deliver or mail to the CCAH offices, located at 520 Third Street in Carbondale.