Vail Valley: Sundays in Edwards continues this fall |

Vail Valley: Sundays in Edwards continues this fall

Vail Daily staff reportnewsroom@vaildaily.comVail, CO Colorado

VAIL VALLEY, Colorado -Think Edwards has just released the line-up for the upcoming Sundays in Edwards Series in Colorado’s Vail Valley. All events are free and open to the public and many include drink and food specials as well as discounts for featured services. More information about all of these events and the Edwards community can be found at Sunday, 3 p.m.Grow Your Own: Save your garden … move it indoorsThe Wildflower Farm, 970-926-5504 Learn the proper way to take cuttings, how to separate plants to minimize root shock and replant them into containers, how to select containers and growing medium, artificial lighting solutions and proper indoor growing conditions. Oct. 4, 1:30 p.m.Learning and Memory Disorders Presented by Dr. Jacqui Slavin D.C. Cafe Milano, 970-376-7776Understanding attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders and early signs of dementia and Alzheimers. Explore the physiology of learning and memory in the developing brain and how to improve hyperactivity/attention deficit dysfunction in children. Learn how to take care of your brain and prevent the degeneration often associated with “aging”. Oct. 11, 4 p.m.Build Business & Personal Relationships with SendOutCardsE-Town, 970-376-1104 An exciting service to promote your business, enhance your client relationships, and stay in touch with family and friends. SendOutCards is a fun, easy, convenient and personalized service that can positively impact your business and personal relationships. Attendees will create, personalize and send 2 greeting cards. Oct. 18, 2:30 p.m.Wine & Words The Bookworm, 970-926-7323 Wine & Words is back, but this time you’ll get a chance to hear what co-owner and book buyer Nicole Magistro is reading. Nicole will give an engaging presentation on the books she has loved this year. Grab a glass of wine and a tapas plate from the cafe and get ready to take notes. Oct. 25, noonDress Up Your TableSlifer Designs showroom in Edwards, 970-766-8061 Beautiful displays showing a variety of ways to dress up your tables for the holidays, including the use of table-top dishes and accessories. Twenty-five percent off featured products and double member rewards on day of event. Light refreshments will be served. Nov. 1, 5 p.m.Kitchen and Closet OrganizingRick & Kelly’s, 970-688-4822Learn exciting and fun ways to better organize your kitchen and closet from local professional organizer Ellen Galbraith. Ellen’s simple and easy to implement closet organizing tricks paired with informative, proven ways to influence the way you eat by re-organizing your kitchen are guaranteed to be a fun learning experience for all. Nov. 8, 4:30 p.m.Introduction to Business BloggingColorado Mountain College Edwards Campus, 970-331-9545Presented by Kristen Veraldi of Kinetic Blogs.You’ve probably heard about blogs, but do you know how to effectively leverage them for search engine and direct marketing? Business blogging can be one of the least expensive tools in your online marketing arsenal, find out how to make the most of these technologies for your local business today. Nov. 15, 4:30 p.m.Reality Spanish for the WorkplaceColorado Mountain College Edwards Campus , 970-569-2933Discover a fun, interactive and energetic way to learn Spanish. This class will empower beginning learners with comprehensible bites of language. You will leave this lesson amazed at your ability to communicate in Spanish! Don’t miss this chance to see how Reality Spanish builds human connections using language as the bridge. Nov. 22, 5:30 p.m.Avalanches: Human factors that contribute to avalanche accidents. Presented by Mike DuffyAlpine Quest Sports in Edwards, 970-926-3867Featuring “A Dozen More Turns” documentary on events that contributed to an avalanche accident in Montana. Gives valuable insight into why avalanche accidents occur and the human factors involved. Demonstration of avalanche airbag pack and new technology avalanche beacons.

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