- Baby it's cold outside: an evening to warm the heart and soul.
YOU MUST BUY TICKETS TO RSVP! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/baby-its-cold-outside-an-evening-to-warm-the-heart-and-soul-tickets-56051102356 This is a new place and the couple of times we have eaten there it was absolutely amazing. You will highly enjoy yourself. The Chef and owners will be there to teach, explain and make suggestions. Truly looking forward to this event. This is from one of the owners; We will throw down a food fest at 13 Brix. Reuben sliders, Gourmet sausage bites in French pastry, Charcuterie platter fit for a king, and the famous cafe gourmand desert buffet. All wine and cider paired of course. Check out their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/13BrixCiderBistro/ Trip Adviser https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g33585-d12428534-Reviews-13_Brix_Cider_Bistro-Palisade_Colorado.html
- Ladies Wine Night
This is for ladies! Wine, snacks, stories and fun! When you RSVP, I'll send you the address. Space is almost full, if this one fills, I may do it monthly. This is NOT a wine club or selling wine-just drinking it, sharing stories of empowerment and meeting others.
- Men's night out
Just because Kathy is hosting a Ladies Night a friend of mine is going to host a Men's Night. The host has a huge "Man Cave" and is providing his well asked for & well known BBQ pork steaks. Bring something to share and your drink of choice. We'll have a couple of poker tables going and other fun stuff. Message me for details. If it fills because it's with other groups we may have another next month.
- Fire Pit Friday + Live Jazz
This is such an amazing event every week. BUT, this is a very SPECIAL week. The famous & worldly known, Lynn Sampson will be playing beautiful Jazz music. Never before and probably never again. This week Fire Pit Friday is excited to host a Jazz Duo for some sensational sounds to accompany your evening! We are continuing with our tropical trend and serving up some Hawaiian pizza and the Viña-Colada wine cocktail. Also on the lineup is the Palisade Pie, the Figgy Piggy, and a delicious Palisade Peach Dessert Pie. Come beat the heat with some great pizza and some live music! Lynn Sampson Over the past 30 years, Lynn Sampson has developed an impressive music career in the United States and Europe. A native of California, he founded the Baroque Brass and Ivory Duo (trumpet and piano), the William Byrd Due (baritone and lute), the Modern Jazz Duo (trumpet and guitar) and is currently Instructor of Music and Drama at the Grand Theater Center for the Arts in Tracy, California. He created Music First, a non-profit dedicated to bringing live music to children and seniors. He founded the Sampson Center in his boyhood hometown of Grand Junction, Colorado, which sponsors the annual Sampson Prize given to the most promising music student at his alma mater, Colorado Mesa University. Lynn Sampson began his career as a trumpeter and was the principal with the Utah Valley Youth Symphony for two years. Following graduation from high school, he attended the prestigious Aspen Music School. Internationally, he has played at London’s Westminster Central Hall and at the Cultural Center of the Serbian Consulate in Paris. He has served as principal trumpet with the Stanford University Symphony Orchestra and recently he joined members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in a benefit concert at Chicago’s Merit School of Music. Lynn Sampson performs exclusively on a Cannonball Stone Series “Mad Meg” trumpet as an artist representative for Cannonball Music Instruments, Salt Lake City, Utah. His career as a singer has been dedicated to the sacred Music First Founder and President Lynn Sampson ● (209)[masked] ● [masked] ● www.lynnsampson.info music of the Catholic Church. He was cantor of the Church of the Holy Name in San Francisco, music director of the Latin Mass of the Stockton Diocese in Central California, and sang with the celebrated St. Ann Chapel Choir at Stanford. Mr. Sampson’s summer activities feature performances during the Bear Valley Music Festival in the Sierra Nevada Mountains as well as the Sacramento Music Festival. In 2006, collaborating with scholars at Harvard and music publisher Barenreiter in Germany, he produced the world premiere of the recently discovered aria for soprano and orchestra by J. S. Bach. In addition to his current work as a performer and classroom teacher, he maintains a studio of private piano, voice, and trumpet students. After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree at Colorado Mesa University, where he was an early music scholar, Mr. Sampson continued his studies at the University of London receiving a Diploma in Advanced Philosophy and Psychology of Education and then studying theater at Modesto Junior College, Modesto, California, graduating with an Associates of Arts in acting with an emphasis in Shakespeare studies. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Purposely and Deeply, a soon to be published book of scholarly essays, honoring the renown composer and former Dean of Fine Arts at Brigham Young University, K. Newell Dayley.
- Fire Pit FRiday
They call it Fire Pit Friday. They have amazing pizzas. Look for GJS table. We''ll have several outside the group join us. This is always a great relaxed night. We usually have a couple of large tables full. Bring you friends and have some fun. At dark the start the fire pit and break out the some-mores! Hope to see you there. P.S. We have a cooking with the chef planned for July 21st! Watch for the posting in the next day or 2.
- Kickin' It With Camp Hope
Let's have a lot of fun and help Camp Hope. Kickin’ It With Camp Hope Presented by LegalShield Local Associates in the Grand Ball Room at the Travelodge Come join us for a night of Fun and Music with the High Kickin’ Country Boys of LeverAction ● Be a part of helping kids in our community realize that they are Loved, Valued, and created for Purpose. ● Be the invisible thread to help many children grow. ● Learn about opportunities to support Camp Hope and volunteer to make a difference in a child’s life that will impact them for eternity. Join us May 25th starting at 6:30pm-10pm at the Travel Lodge Ballroom on Horizon Drive. ● Fun, Fun, Fun ● Snacks, food and Drinks available ● Dancing ● Hear the amazing stories and testimonials about the difference Camp Hope is making in the lives of the children that come to camp. ● General Admission $25.00 ● Contact Ron Rehberg[masked] or [masked] ● There will be a silent auction and giveaways ● Meet our staff and Volunteers https://www.hopeforkids.org/ Get your tickets at https://www.monumentalevents.com/events/2018/5/25/kickin-it-with-camp-hope
- Wine, Fondue, Chocolate fountain and more
• What we'll do OPEN EVENT! BRING A FRIENDS, SPOUSE, SIGNIFICANT OTHER OR COME BY YOURSELF. THIS EVENT IS A COMBINED EVENT! THERE WILL BE OTHER PEOPLE ATTENDING FROM VARIOUS MEET UP GROUPS (MEMBERS IN OUR GROUP BELONG TO OTHER MEET UP GROUPS AS WELL), AND FRIENDS/FAMILY OF THE HOST WHO IS A FRIEND OF MINE. WE ASK NO CHILDREN PLEASE!! COME ON OUT! ENJOY A GREAT TIME OF LOTS OF FOOD, FUN AND FELLOWSHIP! WE'LL HAVE CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN, FONDUE, WINE, DINNER, APPETIZERS, GAMES, MUSIC, FUN SHORT DEMONSTRATIONS, INCLUDING A FOOD DEMONSTRATION, A PRODUCTS AND SERVICES DEMONSTRATION, AND EVEN A CRAFT DEMONSTRATION. IT WILL BE A GREAT SOCIAL TIME. SO BRING YOUR APPETITE AND COME ON OUT FOR A REALLY FUN TIME! THE HOST WILL BE PROVIDING FOOD HOWEVER, WE WANT TO MAKE IT A POTLUCK STYLE SO IF YOU WOULD LIKE, FEEL FREE TO BRING SOMETHING, DESSERT, APPETIZER, MAIN DISHES, MUNCHIES, WHATEVER YOU CAN THINK OF OR WOULD LIKE, NO PRESSURE AS THERE WILL BE A TON OF FOOD! SO IF YOU CAN'T BRING SOMETHING PLEASE STILL COME AND JUST BRING YOURSELF, WE'LL HAVE A TON OF FOOD AND LOTS OF FUN! • What to bring What ever you want • Important to know