Town Talk for March 30 |

Town Talk for March 30

Vail, CO, Colorado
Hard to believe this little speed racer turns 30 today! Happy golden birthday to Chris Del Bosco!

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Thank you, thank you to Town Talk and to Susan and her husband, who had great eyes to spot my lost opal earring. It’s been found.

The Eagle County Fair Board has one opening for a resident who wishes to serve the community by assisting with the annual Eagle County Fair & Rodeo.To apply, send a letter of interest and a completed application via mail to P.O. Box 850, Eagle, CO 81631, via fax to 970-328-3546 or via email to The deadline to apply is April 6. For more information, call 970-328-3646.

Join the Vail Symposium today at the Lodge & Spa at Cordillera for a presentation on the life, art and political activism of Thomas Benton by Vail Symposium founding father and author of “Thomas W. Benton: Artist|Activist,” Terry Minger and Daniel Joseph Watkins. Benton’s silkscreen posters cataloged political movements and elections from 1968 to 2006 and are a powerful visual account of the issues and campaigns that shaped history. In addition to numerous candidates and issues in Aspen, Benton created political posters for presidential candidates George McGovern and Gary Hart and against President Richard Nixon. He also created 18 posters for the Vail Symposium in the organization’s early years that captured the spirit and message of the Symposium. The lecture begins at 6 p.m. following a reception at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are free. Please call 970-476-0954 or visit for more information.

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