Artsy and supportive
Dear Editor:We would like to thank all the valley residents who attended the Carbondale Community Schools fifth annual Roaring Fork Valley Studio Tour Reception and Silent Auction on Friday, Oct. 12, at the River Valley Ranch Sales Barn. This event was attended by over 250 people, who had the opportunity to bid on some fantastic art and art related items. They also enjoyed fabulous food and spirits that was graciously donated by the following restaurants and liquor stores throughout the valley:Six 89, Riviera Supper Club, Taipei Tokyo, Rosies Bavarian, Peppinos Pizza, Moes, Village Smithy, Zheng, White House Pizza, Buffalo Valley, The Flower Mart, Taipei Tokyo, Dos Gringos, Rivers, Red Rock Diner, Vineyard Liquors, Mi Casita, Main Street Liquors, Russets, Alpine Liquors, City Market, Jimbos Liquors, the Kitchen Catering, El Jebel Liquors, Desert Sky Catering, Snowmass Creek Liquors, Pour House, Willits Wine & Spirits, Isla Nueva, El Jebeverage, Ella, Glenwood Canyon Brewing Co., Timbos Pizza, Rhino Liquors, Bella Mia, Roaring Fork Liquors, Upper Crust, Orrison Distributing, Blue Creek Grill, Red Mountain Liquor, Red Stone Pizza, Innermountain Distributing Atlas Pizza and Paradise Bakery.On behalf of the faculty and students at the Carbondale Community School, we appreciate your support and realize that we could not organize such an event if it wasnt for all of you. We are all blessed to live in such an amazingly artistic valley. We hope that you were able to visit a few of the 36 studios that participated in the tour this year. We look forward to the sixth Annual Roaring Fork Valley Studio Tour next fall and welcome your support.Until next year Denise Bruder/ParentCarbondale Community Schoolparent and studio tour committee member
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