Town Talk for January 5 |

Town Talk for January 5

Vail, CO Colorado
We are proud to announce the birth of our baby girl, Izabella Devyn Head. She was born Nov. 19, 2012, at 5:21 p.m. weighing 6 pounds and 14 ounces, 19.5 inches. Our family is complete — Bobby, Michelle, Brayden, Sierra and Bo.

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The Friends of Vail Public Library are having a special book sale which will continue while bags last. Buy a Vail Public Library Book Bag and fill it with your choice of used books from the Friends’ book sale nook. Fill a nylon Chico bag for $10 or a zippered Canvas bag for $20. This special offer applies to the above purchased bags and used books only. DVDs are not included.

All you basketball fans join Christian Laettner for dinner tonight. Make your reservations for dinner tonight at Vail Christian High School where Christian Laettner, yes that Christian Laettner from the Duke Blue Devils national championship teams, USA Dream Team gold medalist and 13-year NBA star, will host an Italian dinner and talk about his playing career. Dinner starts at 4:30 p.m. and is only $25. Call 970-390-4643 to make your reservations.

Fresh, local food in winter? You got it! The Edwards Winter Market runs every Sunday through March from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside Colorado Mountain College in Edwards. It offers fresh produce, storage fruit, goat cheese, grass-fed meats, wild salmon, eggs, honey and prepared foods, such as pasta, fresh bread, cookies and pastries, as well as gluten-free delights. Hungry? You can eat lunch at the market, too, with fresh soups, sandwiches, spinach pies and much, much more. Winter doesn’t mean you can’t be a locavore, so shop the market every Sunday!

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