Latest News – April 6

Bravo! Live Theater in Saguache This Weekend

The Butler Did It! Or did he? There’s trouble at Bournsley Manor, situated on the moors of England. Trevor Barstow has been murder and he’s bleeding all over lady Miranda’s new kitchen tile. Quite ghastly! The Covington family, along with their servants and house guest, famous writer Edwina Corry are at odds as to whom the murder might be.  Cut off from town by a washed out bridge, they set to the task of discovering the perpetrator.

During the intermission opening night, the audience will be invited to determine who they think committed this dastardly deed! Prizes will be awarded following the performance.

Please join the Saguache Community Players as they strive to solve the mystery of the murder Bournsley Manor. It will be produced at Mountain Valley School in Saguache on Friday, Apr. 7 and Saturday, Apr. 8 Both performances begin at 7 p.m. Admission is $5, children under seven are free.

This is the first of four productions the players will present this year. “The Butler Did It?” was written by Todd Wallinger and is produced with special arrangements from a Pioneer Drama Services, Englewood Colorado.Math Night – Count on Family Fun

In other school news, Mountain Valley School is hosting its first Family Math Night on Thursday, Apr. 20. The event will be held from 5 – 7 p.m. in conjunction with  the math night pizza party and is made possible with the support of a Saguache County Sales tax grant.

High school students will be sharing the joy of math with younger children and local families through a varety of games and presentations. Please come and support the local students . . . and brush up on YOUR math skills!

Here’s a video from Math Teacher Mrs. Garoutte about what else students and parents can expect a the first ever  Family Math Night! You can count on a fun family night with food, games and prizes!

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