Town Talk for May 10 |

Town Talk for May 10

Eagle County should know that thanks to the kindness and generosity of the Knabels, this group of Prom goers had a dinner that rivaled the top restaurants in our area. The Knabel family provided a safe and happy environment for the before- and after-prom activities that included dinner, chocolate-chip cookies and memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you Knabels for opening your house to us! Thanks from A to Z!

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The Art Center in Gypsum, in collaboration with a number of local organizations, is offering a number of incredible workshops in the next few months:

• A free coloring workshop Thursday and May 20 in collaboration with Gore Range Natural Science School.

• “Making Monsters” is a five-week class beginning May 18 and is not only for kids. The first class will be discovering the monsters in your dreams with help from art therapist Lisa Koronkiewicz.

• Visiting artist Lanny Grant will hold a workshop May 19, 20 and 21, an introduction to landscape sketching and painting.

• Melissa DHaan will host “The Art Of Mossaic” May 26, 27 and 28.

• Starting June 25, Eagle artist Amy Dose will teach a three-course workshop, “The Pleasure of Seeing.”

To learn, call The Art Center at 970-328-6644 or go to

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