Lake Dillon Preschool’s annual “Ready for Spaghetti: An Evening of Family Fun” will take place Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Silverthorne Pavilion.
Copper Mountain resort will provide a traditional spaghetti dinner, followed by renowned puppeteer Toni Napolitano’s presentation of “Puppets on Parade,” a delightful puppet show featuring trick marionettes performing incredible feats of skill and hilarity. Activities, a bounce house, vendors, door prizes and a performance by Lake Dillon Preschool students round out the evening.
Also returning this year is a raffle, featuring seven raffle packages that include services, ski packages and products from businesses in Summit County and beyond. Prizes include an Outdoor Adventure Package, a Ski Bum Package, two Winter Cleaning Packages, a Dinner and Show Package and more.
“Ready for Spaghetti is a fun community event for families and kids,” said Kristina Klug, Lake Dillon Preschool board member and parent. “It’s a terrific night of entertainment and food, and it’s a good way for locals to support Lake Dillon Preschool.”
Summit County’s Lake Dillon Preschool and Early Learning Center is a nonprofit, parent cooperative organization that serves Summit County locals and visitors. Lake Dillon Preschool provides high-quality early-childhood education in a safe, nurturing, creative and earth-friendly environment, while focusing on the emotional, intellectual, social and physical development of children in our community.
All proceeds from the Ready for Spaghetti event benefit Lake Dillon Preschool. For more information, visit www.lakedillonpreschool.com. For raffle tickets, call Kristina Klug at (970) 389-0508.