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Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore posted by Robyn

Lydia Smith is a clerk at the Bright Ideas Bookstore.  She is a popular bookseller with a loyal fan base of book shop regulars, nicknamed the BookFrogs.  One of her biggest fans is a troubled young man named Joey Molina.  Life takes a turn for Lydia one night before closing the store.  After hearing mysterious noises upstairs, she comes across her friend, dangling from a ceiling beam in an apparent suicide.

The Blue Hour posted by Robyn

The Blue Hour is a true love story to the mountains and the people who live in them.  It is a quiet collection of interweaving short stories which result in a beautifully written novel.  Each chapter focuses on a resident in the small community of fictional Blue Moon Mountain, Colorado.  The first narrative sets the tone when Sy, the town’s local and beloved veterinarian, commits suicide.  His death

Writing workshop

This class provides a relaxed space to explore an intuitive creative writing process using unique prompts, exercises and the five senses. The format is guided and open, with time to write as you wish. Attendees find it to be perfect for gaining insight, finding inspiration, and overcoming writers block!

HCSS - The Elk of Eagle County

The Elk herd residing between Vail Pass and Wolcott have declined from about 3,500 animals in 2002 to fewer than 1,200 animals in 2016. There is no one individual reason for the population decline, rather a perfect storm of issues negatively affecting the elk population. Bill Andree, retired CPW wildlife manager, will talk about the dramatically deceasing elk population, some of the various causes, and what efforts are being done to not only maintain the current population but hopefully grow the herd.     
 

Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed! The Eagle Book Club meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 pm. For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.

Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed! The Eagle Book Club meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 pm. For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.