Rotary Club sponsors return engagement for Comedy Night in Winter Park on Saturday
The Winter Park-Fraser Valley Rotary Club is going to present another Comedy Night at the Winter Park Resort on Saturday, June 19, because the February show was such a success, the club decided to bring it back.
Saturday’s show will be an evening of fun and entertainment with good, clean stand-up comedy. The evening will start with a cash bar at 7 p.m. in the West Portal. Food tastings will also be available from local restaurants. There will be free parking available at the Village garage.
The show will start at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Club members are hoping to have about 300 people in attendance. Advance tickets can be purchased at the following locations: Grand Mountain Bank in both Granby and Fraser and the Chamber of Commerce in Winter Park. Tickets are also available at the Ski Resort.
There will be three acts from Comedy Works Entertainment from Denver. The show will open with Eugene Kenny, and the headliners will be Chris Voth and Nancy Norton.
Proceeds will go to Habitat for Humanity and other Grand County charities. The Rotary Club is working with Habitat to cosponsor their Habitat Hobble run/walk at 8 a.m. the morning of June 19th. Run in the morning and laugh at night.
The club thanks its sponsors: Winter Park Resort, Melem Skin Products, Radcliffe Photography, Kopy Kat Graphics and Printing, Grand County Internet, Terre Firma Custom Homes, Grand Mountain Bank, Beaver Village Lodge, the Creekside Eatery at Crooked Creek Saloon, Jill Suffin Massage and Juice Plus+, Grand Park and Slopeside Internet.
Club members gather for their regular Rotary luncheon meeting every Tuesday at noon at the Beaver Village Lodge in Winter Park. Call Steve Radcliffe, 726-4454, with questions.
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