Steamboat briefs for Dec. 20 | SteamboatToday.com

Steamboat briefs for Dec. 20

Local quilter honored

Steamboat Springs — David Taylor of Steamboat Springs won honorable mention in the recent 2007 International Quilt Association judged show in Houston, for his piece “Up, Up and Away.” Taylor was among 407 finalists in a competition that attracted 835 entries from around the world. Learn more on the Web at: http://www.quilts.org. — David Taylor of Steamboat Springs won honorable mention in the recent 2007 International Quilt Association judged show in Houston, for his piece “Up, Up and Away.” Taylor was among 407 finalists in a competition that attracted 835 entries from around the world. Learn more on the Web at: http://www.quilts.org.

— David Taylor of Steamboat Springs won honorable mention in the recent 2007 International Quilt Association judged show in Houston, for his piece “Up, Up and Away.” Taylor was among 407 finalists in a competition that attracted 835 entries from around the world. Learn more on the Web at: http://www.quilts.org.

Hayden Marketplace open

The Hayden Marketplace, which features fine gifts and furniture from more than 25 Yampa Valley artisans, is open from noon to 7 p.m. through Sunday, and from noon to 7 p.m. from Dec. 26 to 30, at 144 S. Walnut St. The Hayden Economic Development Commission is backing the venture. For more information about the Hayden Marketplace, call Ann Copeland at 276-3348.