In this edition of Table Talk with Teresa Farney:
Teresa is joined by Raina Seabaugh, Lamar and Dedra Taylor, and Elizabeth Youngquest.
• Raina Seabaugh, owner of Little Monkey Bizness, 1015 Kelly Johnson Blvd., talks about her business, which provides a setting that allows children to exercise by having fun. The play area’s feature inflatable obstacle course, slides, bouncers, toddler and infant areas, jungle gyms, play structures and more. With all the play comes appetites. Seabaugh offers a selection of healthy snacks, juices and Seattle’s Best espresso coffee for adults. They open at 9 a.m. daily until 6 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays, noon Saturdays, and 4 p.m. Sundays. Details: 428-2888, coloradosprings.monkeybizness.com
• Lamar and Nedra Taylor, owners of Union Catering, Soul Food and Take-Out, 2860 S. Circle Dr., talk about their new location in the Cheyenne Mountain East office building (on Janitell Road) where they offer their soul food menu. Details: 354-6631, tinyurl.com/ycpxr2vx
• Elizabeth Youngquest, with the Wines Festival of Colorado Springs, March 6-9, talks about the event, Wines of Portugal. There will be a winemakers’ luncheon, seminars, grand tasting and the gourmet wine dinner. Prices vary. Details: 577-4556, tinyurl.com/ybnnvczb