Town Talk for March 6 |

Town Talk for March 6

Vail, CO Colorado
Full moon over Vail Valley sent in by reader Ned Grace.

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Mat pilates class is now at Gypsum Rec Center, Wednesdays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. It is a relaxing workout after your work day. Drop-in rates are $5 for members, $10 for non-members.

Business Champions, a newly formed community partnership, is striving to make Eagle County the best place in Colorado to work, play and grow. If you work in this county – anywhere – take the five-minute anonymous survey and be eligible to win one of two iPad Minis! Now through March 25. Go to

surveyenglish or in Spanish at https://www.survey

Don’t miss former Ambassador to Iraq Christopher Hill speaking about the current civil war in Syria in a Vail Symposium Hot Topic presentation Monday. Hill will draw on his vast Foreign Service experience to elucidate the underlying causes of this unrest and its implications for U.S. domestic and foreign policy, its effect on political stability in the region and its consequences for future U.S. diplomatic relations. The program starts at 6:30 p.m. following a reception at 6 p.m. at the Colorado Mountain College campus in Edwards. Tickets are $35 for general admission, $25 for Vail Symposium donors and $10 for students. Reservations are recommended and can be made at

Good Gravy plays at the Ale House on Thursday at 10 p.m. Good Gravy’s flavor can be described as a contemporary approach to American roots music or Americana. Within their recipe are the remnants of bluegrass, rock, folk, jazz and even Caribbean music. This band has an eclectic earthy palette that is even furthered by the use of improvisation, a hard driving rhythm section and occasional electric instrumentation.

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