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Art show benefiting Pikes Peak United Way at Old Colorado City restaurant Nov. 3

       Numerous artisans and their works will be on display at Front Range Barbeque Monday, Nov. 3 from 6 to 9 p.m., with proceeds benefiting the Pikes Peak United Way.
       The annual Art Show and Silent Auction follows a similar event at the restaurant last April.
       Front Range is at 2330 W. Colorado Ave.
       Live music will be provided by Roma Ranson.
       “Those in attendance will be able to peruse and purchase a wide variety of artesian pieces from hand-made candles, jewelry, ceramics and tech wares to photography, paintings and wreaths,” reads a press release.
       There will also be a silent auction, including many items donated by Old Colorado City merchants. Among these will “be dining certificates, health and beauty packages, sports tickets and confections,” the release adds.
       This is the fourth year that Front Range BBQ owner Brian Fortinberry has sponsored events spotlighting local artists. In April, he started using such shows as a benefit for United Way.
       For more information, contact sara@ppunitedway.org.

Westside Pioneer/press release
(Posted 10/28/14, updated 10/29/14; Business: Events)

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