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Town Talk

Come sing with the Eagle Valley Children's Chroale, directed by Kim Dening, after school at three locations. Mondays at Brush Creek Elementary in Eagle from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m.; Tuesdays at Eagle Valley Elementary in Eagle from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m.; or Thursdays at Eagle County Charter Academy in Edwards from 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. Open to second through fifth graders from throught the Eagle Valley (first graders considered upon special request), just come to the music room of any of the three schools. Payment plans and partial scholarships available. For more information, call Kim at 970-390-5133, or e-mail at

How about that?

If you think this is the only Town Talk around, thanks, but you’re wrong.

Some of us are fans of several shows on the Food Network (you can watch virtually anything on that channel without having to answer potentially uncomfortable questions from the kids), including one called “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.” The show features small, distinctive restaurants, usually with some entertaining characters running them.

On a recent episode, host Guy Fieri traveled to Minneapolis to a place called the Town Talk Diner. And man, do we wish that place was here. The food looks great, and the chef sounds like a friendly, inventive guy.

The point of this is that we’ll find a T-shirt or something for anyone who gets a picture of someone reading the Vail Daily’s Town Talk in or outside of the Town Talk Diner. We don’t expect anyone to make a special trip (although that would be nice), but the next time you’re there, take Vail’s only seven-day newspaper along with you and get us a picture, then e-mail it to community editor Lauren Glendenning at Or, if you see the name “Town Talk” anywhere in the world, same applies.


Drinking Liberally, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Loaded Joe’s in Avon. Meet fellow Democrats and maybe a candidate or two for good talk and lots of fun.

Women2Women Phonebank, 5 to 7 p.m. at Carol Walker’s, 1052 Mesa Drive, Eagle. All across Colorado, women will be getting together to reach out to other women in the state. A special guest will be calling in, but you’ve got to be there to find out who it is! To R.S.V.P. call 970-688-6723 or e-mail

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