Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts formally reopens

Sep 14, 2016

The Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts was upgraded. The original facility will be fully operational tomorrow.
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The Center’s floors were ruined when the building near Interstate 70 flooded this summer.

Construction is finally complete on the flood-damaged floors. Tomorrow afternoon, the organization will officially reopen its space. The $11,000 repair was included in the first stage of upgrades to the building.

Dance instruction was hindered due to the damage. Dancing is one of the largest parts of the art group’s programming. Those classes were being held in the Masonic Lodge in Glenwood springs.

Currently the art group is looking to move to a new space. The group says it has outgrown the building.

One option is the old library building downtown. City Council is still trying to decide what the fate of that space will be.