FALL HOURS: MON - FRI: 8 A.M. - 4 P.M. SAT: 8 A.M. - 12 NOON (breakfast) CLOSED SUNDAYS.
GUFFEY'S FIRST STEAMPUNK FESTIVAL: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, 11 A.M. - 5 P.M.
VENDORS AT RTCC: METAL SCULPTURES, JEWELRY, KNIVES, AND MORE.........PLUS A SPECIAL LUNCH MENU FEATURED ALL DAY AT OUR CAFE.
GOURMET DINNER AND MUSIC SHOWS TBA LATER. FOLLOWING ARE BIO'S OF PRIOR PERFORMERS:
About the Current Performing Artists:
Cindy Stride began her love of Drama & Music while in High School, earning several awards at the District, Regional and State levels. This led Cindy down the path to pursue theater and music at Midwestern State University with the E. W. Moran Honors Scholarship in Drama and Music scholarships. She performed in over 8 plays and was awarded "Best Actress" in 1980 & "Best Supporting Actress" in 1981 in the MSU Theater Department. Her musical theater performances included: the role of Vittoria in Gilbert/Sullivan's "The Gondoliers", Carrie Pepperidge in Rodger's/Hammerstein's "Carousel", Stephen Schwartz's "Godspell" , and Baroness Elsa Shraeder in Roger's/Hammerstein's "The Sound of Music". In addition to being a member of the MSU Concert Choir and Wichita Falls Civic Chorus, Cindy has been an educator and administrator in secondary and college education and holds a Doctorate of Education from the University of North Texas. While studying as a Rotary International Scholar at the University of Hull, England, she met her husband John. Currently Cindy, John, and her mom Dr. Georgia Flanagan are thrilled to reside in this very special, mountain community of Guffey.
Geordi Gudyka Walston began her music journey at 4 years old in Seattle, Washington. She was the recipient of the Jose Iturbi Piano Performance Scholarship and Trustee University GPA scholarship. In 1980 she graduated Magna Cum Lauda from University of Puget Sound with a BA in Piano Performance and English Literature. Her education continued at California Institute of the Arts with a BFA in Music Theory, an MFA in Music Composition and a Doctorate in Education from California University of Bakersfield. Geordi has been involved in a variety of music careers: Antelope Valley College Professor of Music, Professor of Music California Institute of the Arts, Santa Clarita Valley Youth Music Orchestra and Board of Directors, Private Music Studio (Washington, California, Colorado) Heritage Play House Music Director, Artist-in-Residence North Hollywood, Music Director SPHS/MS. Her favorite solo performances were in the Roy O. Disney Music Hall at California Institute of the Arts and the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, California. She continues to enjoy performing and teaching locally here in Colorado, enjoying the beautiful and peaceful community of Guffey with her husband Wayne.