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Town Talk for April 9

Vail, CO Colorado
Happy birthday to Cherie, the only Kiwi bus driver working for the town of Vail. Cherie will be working tonight, so remember to say hi and wish her all the best. Love, Mingle.
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Join Vail Ski Patrol, Back Country Access and representatives from SheJumps and Alpine Initiatives today and Sunday for an informational, participatory introduction to backcountry ski and snowboard travel. Each day will consist of morning class time, featuring Kelli Rohrig and Maeve Nevins as lead instructors, and afternoon on-the-hill training, where participants will practice executing what was discussed in class within the ski-area boundary. Avalanche safety gear (shovels, probes, beacons and backpacks) will be provided for any student who does not have her own.

The cost is $50 per participant; lift tickets will be available for the discounted price of $65 per day if needed. Limit of 25 to 30 participants per day.

To register, please call Ashley Magnuson at 970-393-2203.

Come together at 1020 Capitol St. in Eagle across from the Dusty Boot from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. for an all-levels yoga event, with all proceeds going to the Africa Yoga Project. Leading us in this fun, rocking practice are Rachel DeLong and Rachel Nelson. There will be tunes by DJ Ramona, prizes and surprises. All are welcome!


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