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Eagle Yoga Fest
What: Three day festival with classes, vendors, presentations and more
When: Friday, Oct. 3 through Sunday, Oct. 5
Where: Brush Creek Community Park
Details: Class sizes are limited. To sign up visit http://www.eagleyogafest.
Trout Unlimited Fall Classic
What: Fishing tournament followed by Hopperfest, a family friendly party
When: Saturday, Oct. 4
Time: Fishing boat launch at 8 a.m.
Hopperfest from 3 to 6 p.m.
Where: Fishing along the upper Colorado with launches from Pumphouse or State Bridge
Party at Eagle Town Park
Details: For more information visit http://www.eaglevalleytroutunlimited.org.
What: Mountain Valley Horse Rescue event
When: Saturday, Oct. 4
Time: 1 p.m.
Where: 1001 Bruce Creek Road
Details: Food, music and fun for the whole family. More details at the Mountain Valley Horse Rescue Facebook page or visit http://www.mvhr.net.
SUNDAY MOVIE MATINEES
What: Free showing of the PG-13 film “Lars & the Real Girl”
When: Sunday, Oct. 5
Time: 1 p.m.
Where: Eagle Public Library.
Details: Join Eagle Public Library for free Sunday matinees, refreshments and post screening discussion. All movies are free and open to the public, but may not be appropriate for all audiences.
Eagle County Field Day
What: Learn about several conservation practices including soils and soil health, water, wildlife, and conservation options for land owners.
When: Thursday, Oct. 9
Time: Noon to 5 p.m.
Where: 10107 Brush Creek Road, Eagle, Colorado
Details: Brush Creek Ranch is located just west of the entry to Sylvan Lake State Park. The field day will be followed by a free dinner that allows participants the chance to mingle and share their ideas and experiences. This field day is made possible by Colorado State University (CSU) Extension, Western Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (WSARE), and United States Department of Agriculture-National Resource Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS).
WINTER JOB FAIR
Details: The Edwards Workforce Center will host a winter hiring event connecting job seekers with a diversity of employment opportunities.
When: Friday, Oct.10,
Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Colorado Mountain College Edwards Campus
Details: Representatives from more than 20 businesses will be at the event with full-time and part-time positions to be filled. For job seekers interested in seasonal work, the event will offer hundreds of jobs at ski resorts and hotels across Colorado’s high country. Having an account with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s job bank, Connecting Colorado (www.connectingcolorado.com) is helpful but is not required. People interested in attending the Eagle County Winter Job Fair can learn more by contacting the Edwards Workforce Center at 0069 Edwards Access Road #11B. The Edwards Workforce Center can also be reached at 970-926-4440 or CDLE_edwards_wfc@state.co.us.
History at the Library
What: A presentation by “Sherwood” author Woody Stockwell followed by Bill Lee’s prospecting and burro presentation.
When: Sunday, Oct. 12
Time: Book presentation at 1 p.m. Prospecting and burro program at 2 p.m.
Where: Eagle Public Library
Details: Free. Book program is directed at adults; prospecting program is for the family. Refreshments will be served.
What: Scary fund-raiser for Eagle Valley Middle School football
When: Saturday, Oct. 25
Time: 5 to 9 p.m.
Where: Brush Creek park
Details: Cost is $5 per scary visit.
Colorado High School Cycling League State Championships
What: State champion mountain bike races
When: Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18-19
Where: Eagle’s Haymaker Trail
Details: This event will bring over 500 high school competitors and their families from all parts of Colorado to Eagle for the weekend.
What: Safety Group Program presented by BBB and sponsored by Pinnacol Assurance
When: Tuesday, Oct. 21
Time: 9-10:30 a.m.
Where: Glenwood Springs Community Center
Details: This compelling seminar covers why employers should insist on safe-driving habits by their employees.
What: Soliciting local artists interested in displaying their work
Where: Gypsum Public Library
Details: Call 524-5080 for info.
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