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Delicious by Marleen presents an Easter cupcake sale at The Lodge and Spa at Cordillera from 3 to 6 p.m. today. All proceeds will benefit Mountain Valley Horse Rescue in Eagle. Come get a cupcake or take some home for Easter brunch and contribute to this great organization. For more info, go to: www.deliciousby
Come celebrate with Jack as Rouge Consignment Boutique in Edwards turns 1 today! Giveaways, apps and refreshments all day long. Winter clearance sale begins, with up to 70 percent off, including furs. Bring your friends - we can't wait to see you! Starts at 10 a.m. at 137 Main Street in Riverwalk. For more information, call 970-855-0049 or go to www.rouge-boutique.com.
Stop by Luca Bruno in Solaris to see Les Copains Spring Runway collection. The trunk show will last from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. For more information, call 970-479-0050.
The Eagle-Vail Community Garden hosts a seed sale Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Eagle-Vail Pavilion. The Garden Committee has hand-selected 72 different varieties of unique veggies for your high altitude garden, and they've sorted for individual use (who needs 250 kale seeds?) These seeds are organic or heirloom and not genetically modified, perfect to sow directly in the ground. Offerings include five-colored swiss chard, Paris market carrots, golden beets, lemon cucumbers, watermelon radishes and much, much more. This event is a fundraiser for the Eagle-Vail Community Garden. So come out and show your support for locally grown food. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Eagle County Open Space was recently honored by the Eagle Valley chapter of Trout Unlimited for the Colorado River Conservation and Recreation Project. The program was awarded honorary board of directors membership for 2013. Since 2011, Eagle County Open Space has permanently protected four miles of Colorado River frontage; provided five new public river access points with three open, one to open by fall 2013 and the last to open in 2014; raised $3.96 million in Great Outdoors Colorado grants; protected 1,280 acres; and acquired a recreation lease on one mile of the river upstream from Two Bridges river access.