Town Talk for Sept. 12 |

Town Talk for Sept. 12

Vail, CO Colorado
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The Walking Mountains’ “Science Behind” series continues this month with The Science Behind Brewing Beer. Join us today at 6:30 p.m. at Crazy Mountain Brewery in Edwards for a fun-filled, educational evening. Learn from the experts as we investigate the science behind craft beers and how animals in the natural world share in the enjoyment of fermented beverages. The evening will include a tour of the brewery, as well as a beer tasting. Please call 970-827-9725 for reservations; $10 per person includes tour and beer tasting. You must be 21 to attend this event.

Today at 6:30 p.m. at the Eagle Library, Colleen Gray, executive director of The Literacy Project, will conduct a training for volunteer English as a second language tutors. Anyone interested in volunteering to be a tutor is also welcome to attend. For more information on volunteering, please visit our website at http://www.literacy

Lost Panasonic Lumix ZS-15 camera in black leather case. Last seen in main parking garage on Sept. 7. If found, please email

Parents, do you want to see your children thrive at school? Do you want them to live up to their fullest academic potential? Students, do you want to be rewarded for “out of the box” thinking? Have fun and learn at the same time? Then you need to be at Stone Creek Charter School! You still have time to be a part of the Stone Creek Charter School proven “student success” team! For more information, call Carrie at 970-569-3066, or you can enroll online at Go boldly!

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