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Pajama Party at Eagle Diner

For those of you who aren’t skiing this morning, because you’re having a difficult time ingesting sufficient liquids and don’t feel like getting out of your pajamas, you don’t have to. The good folks at The Eagle Diner, who love you and want what’s best for you, are playing host to a Pajama Party this morning. Show up in your pajamas, especially the ones with the bunny slippers, and they’ll see that you get all the tender loving care you deserve. The Eagle Diner is at the Interstate-70 interchange in Eagle.

And while we’re there, The Princess P wants to thank all her friends for a fantastic 2002, and looks forward to 2003.

We found Steve Shelman

We wondered where the heck long time Vail Valley Restaurateur Steve Shelman landed. We just ran into him on the slopes the other day and heard all about his new venture in the Denver Tech Center called, “Ventura Grille.”

Co-Ed Broomball League

Broomball is back and will begin on Tuesday weather permitting and continuing through Jan. 30. This eight-game recreational league allows teams to test their skills against one another on Avon’s Nottingham Lake. Registration is due by Friday and space is limited to the first eight teams. For more information, contact the Avon Recreation Center at 748-4060, or 748-8293.

Cartooning Workshop

The Avon Recreation Department will be offering a Cartooning Workshop for youth ages 8 to13 years old. Cartoon characters will come alive with the instructor’s help and your child’s imagination. This workshop format includes use of pencil, pen and ink, markers and a mixed media. Mike Salomone from Avon Elementary will teach this program. Class will be Thursdays from 4-5 p.m. at Avon Elementary School. The class runs Jan. 9 through Jan. 30. It’ll cost you $30. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. For more information or to register, call 748-4060 or 748-8293.


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