Thank you for joining us in commemorating the first anniversary of the Four Mile Fire.
HUNGRY FOR A MUSICAL TREAT? Come partake in a tasty evening of your favorite music in the company of good friends. Dance and sing with songs you love. You’ll receive Dr. Piano’s Musical Menu, offering a yummy feast of over 200 classic soul and pop tunes. Have particular songs you’d like to hear? Ones that bring back delectable memories? We’ll cook up the special order hot just for you! The main dish will be soulful vocals and electric piano, served by Richard Shane. Delicious lyrics are projected on a screen so everyone can join in. There’s also an open mic to add your own vocal spices. Two drummers on African djembes turn up the dance floor to a fine sizzle. Percussion instruments are available for you to help stir the pot. Dare to get rowdy? Bring some friends or meet new friends and join us in cooking up a savory soul stew together.
The music feast will take place at the American Legion Hall in north Boulder, a great location with a large dance floor and lots of tables to sit around and hang out with friends. Please bring some finger food (that doesn’t need utensils) or drinks for all to share. Plates, cups and ice provided. Alcohol is available for purchase.
Although there is no cover charge, this is a benefit for the Four Mile Fire Department and the Foothills United Way Fourmile Recovery Fund. Donations will be used to help rebuild the Salina Fire Station that burned down, replace a fire engine that was destroyed in the fire, as well as to support the fire-recovery initiatives of Foothills United Way (for more information, visit http://www.intermountainalliance.org). All donations are tax deductible. We can take donations via credit card, checks and cash. Make checks payable to Four Mile Fire Department and contributions will be divided evenly between the two organizations. Please be generous—these are our brothers and sisters in our community.
When: Friday, September 9, 8 – 11 PM
Where: Boulder American Legion Hall. Directions below.
We are family. “A splendid time is guaranteed for all.” – John Lennon
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Directions to the Boulder American Legion Hall:
4760 28th St
North 28th St. past Yarmouth but before Lee Hill
The American Legion Hall is on the right. You’ll see an American flag on a pole.
The entrance to the reception hall is on the left (north) side of the building
If you’re coming from Denver on Route 36, the first Boulder exit is Table Mesa Blvd. Don’t get off there, but use that as a mileage marker. Stay on Route 36, which becomes 28th St., for another 6.1 miles. The American Legion Hall will be on your right.