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Eagle Ranch paving
The Town of Eagle Public Works will be repaving a section of Eagle Ranch Road between Sept. 19 through Oct. 1.
The street work will focus on the section of Eagle Ranch Road from Brush Creek Elementary School to Aiden’s Meadow.
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If possible, residents and other motorists are asked use an alternate route to avoid this section of Eagle Ranch Road during construction. Flag crews will be on site to direct traffic through the construction and short delays are expected.
AN EVENING OF MEDITATION
Join Catherine Zeeb, PhD and CACIII (Certified Addictions Psychotherapist), of Bohemian Wisdom for an evening of guided meditation, an introduction to the seven chakras, and how to live in the present moment. The session is planned Monday, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m. at the Eagle Public Library.
Zeeb is the author of “Begendings: a New Perspective” and “Begendings II : Life is the Present Moment.” Her books will be available for sale during the session.
To register for this free workshop, call Robyn at 328-8800 to reserve your spot.
Red Ribbon Project
Join the Red Ribbon Project at its annual fund-raiser on Friday, Sept. 12, from 6-10 p.m. at E-Town in Edwards.
The evening will include live music by local band, Thumper, door prizes and great silent auction items including an Epic Ski pass. E-town will donate 10 percent of proceeds to Red Ribbon Project that evening.
For more information, go to http://www.redribbonproject.org or call 827-5900.
Broadway and Fourth Jewelers is planning a special engagement rings trunk show on Thursday, Oct. 2.
Business owner Kristie Pooley is also planning wedding theme drawings for shoppers that day. I will have customers sign up to win prizes geared toward weddings.
“So far, I have a $100 Gift Certificate from Elements Day Spa, a $65 up-do from Adagio Salon, $100 Gift Certificate from Wendy Griffith Photography, and I will be giving a certificate for the bridal party attendants gifts,” said Pooley. “I plan to have more for flowers and also something from a bakery.”
SUNDAY MOVIE MATINEES
Eagle Public Library will be hosting free movie matinees the first Sunday of each month through the end of 2014.
The free showings will feature refreshments and discussion and are scheduled at 1 p.m. on Oct. 5, Nov. 2 and Dec. 7.
“All movies are free and open to the public, but may not be appropriate for all audiences,” said Adult Services Librarian Robyn Bryant.
Here’s the schedule:
Sunday, Oct. 5 — “Lars & the Real Girl” (PG-13)
Sunday, Nov. 2 — “Girl with a Pearl Earring” (PG-13)
Sunday, Dec. 7 — “Miracle on 34th Street” (G)