Town Talk for August 6
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Strawberry shortcake’s got nothing on us! Come check out our baking skills at the Eagle-Vail Community Garden bake sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Minturn Farmers Market. We are accepting donations of baked goods Friday. To donate, email Cassie at email@example.com or call her at 970-401-3656. Help us raise money for this amazing community project!
Hey kids! Visit the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens on Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to noon to tour the gardens and find out where fairies sleep, where they play, and what flowers make great party skirts. Create your own fairy garden to take home! Pre-register 970-390-6696. Cost is $25.
The Vail Valley Soccer Club is looking for adult referees! We need adult referees to work our youth soccer home games. Most games are played in Edwards at Freedom Park. If you are interested, we are hosting a Clinic for Grade 8 referee certification on Saturday and Sunday=. For information and help registering for the clinic, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Scott Green at 918-695-4896 or Tom Frye at 970-471-3945.
Please join the Gypsum Recreation Center in raising funds to help our very own Josefa Diaz pay for medical bills after being involved in a bad car accident. We will be hosting an open house at the Gypsum Recreation Center with all proceeds going to Josefa and her family. The open house will include gymnastics, inflatables, rock climbing, pool, fitness classes, a raffle and prizes! Enjoy food from Banana Belt Cafe with 10 percent of proceeds going to Josefa and her family. The open house will be Thursday from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is $5. Memberships and punch cards cannot be used during this time
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