Winter Park-Fraser Valley Rotary to sponsor another Comedy Night
The Winter Park-Fraser Valley Rotary Club is going to present another Comedy Night at the Winter Park Resort on Saturday, Feb. 12.
Previous shows have been so successful that they have become a tradition.
Comedy Works Entertainment of Denver is producing the show again this year. The featured comedian will be Kevin Fitzgerald.
In addition to his numerous appearances on Animal Planet, Kevin has appeared on NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, The Today Show with Matt Lauer, Fox News Channel’s Geraldo-At-Large with Geraldo Rivera.
His national radio appearances include The Howard Stern Show, as well as being featured on Paul Harvey’s The Rest of the Story.
The show will open with Troy Walker and Stephanie McHugh. These performers are all very professional and really entertaining. All of the comedy will be in good taste.
The evening will start with a cash bar at 6 p.m. in West Portal Station at Winter Park Resort. Free food tastings will also be available from local restaurants. Dinner may be purchased at the Derailer in West Portal. There will be free parking available at the Village garage.
The show starts at 7 p.m.
Ticketscost $25 and are available at the following locations: Grand Mountain Bank in both Granby and Fraser and the Chamber of Commerce in Winter Park. Tickets will also be available at the Ski Resort in the Balcony House.
Proceeds go to local charities that provide for families and children including: Mountain Family Center, the Sprout House for Advocates, Fraser Elementary, Fraser Library and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
Sponsors include: Winter Park Resort, Melem Skin Products, Radcliffe Photography, Kopy Kat Graphics and Printing, Grand County Internet, Terra Firma Custom Homes, Grand Mountain Bank, Beaver Village Lodge, the Creekside Eatery at Crooked Creek Saloon, The Sushi Bar, Grand Park, Slopeside Internet, Karen Vance, Janene Johnson, Marty Gustafson and Ash and Susan Kapoor.
Rotary luncheons take place at noon every Tuesday at the Creekside Eatery at the Crooked Creek Saloon.Call Steve Radcliffe at 726-4454.
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