Welcoming Fall

    As the kids make the adjustment back to school and the nights get shorter, many of us here in Eagle are in need now more than ever of new ways to relax. The new school year can be stressful for many families, but there’s no reason to let all that stress build up. As we shift into fall, enjoy one of Eagle’s many wonderful restaurants for a nice date night out from the kids—we’ve pretty much covered them all in our history here. Check out our website, eaglemagazine.com, where we have articles from past issues—including quite a few on our amazing dining options here in Eagle.

    Of course, while Eagle has many wonderful amenities, it’s the people that run them that really makes this town special. This issue spends more time contemplating those individuals and their quirks, from a local rock-and-roller to some interesting and unexpected art forms happening here, Eagle is filled with innovators, content creators, and magic everywhere you look.

    Oh, and I’ve saved the best for last. For those of you are rightly Bronco fans, we’ve got a feature interview with Kes Harsin, wife of newly minted head coach Bryan Harsin and local Eagle resident. Take a look inside and appreciate this collection of Eagle’s best.

    As always, we would love to hear from you. Please send us your inquiries, comments, and any other feedback you want to share with us via the contact page on our website, www.eaglemagazine.com.


    Tia Crabtree






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