More Food & Wine
So many Aspenites and second-home owners attend the Food & Wine Magazine Classic that I took so many photos that I want to share. I’ll keep the writing short so we can include more of the pictures. Now let the summer begin! Fritz Clauson, son of Judith and Stan Clauson of Snowmass Village, earned a bachelor of arts degree with a major in political science this spring from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio.On Wednesday, July 18, from 4-6 p.m., there will be a Wine and Talkabout for the Theater Masters at the home of Nina and Joshua Saslove. There will be a lecture by Richard Digby Day and selected readings by Day and guest actress Marni Penning. Tickets and reservations can be obtained from Julia Hansen (founder of Theater Masters), at P.O. Box 899, Aspen, CO 81612.
In addition to the usual Race for the Cure run, Pathfinders is putting together a walking team for the race. It will be held July 21, starting and ending in Rio Grande Park in support of the Aspen Affiliate of the Komen Race for the Cure, breast cancer patients, survivors and research toward improved treatments. The walking team is being formed by Tina Staley, Kristin MacDermott and Elizabeth Means. Warm-up for the walk begins at 8:15 a.m., and the race begins at 8:30 a.m. Those wanting to participate should call Elizabeth, the director of Pathfinders, at (970) 925-1226.Undercurrent … When it comes to your heart, dark chocolate is the new red wine – so there was much of both at Food & Wine.
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