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Fundraiser to support fall arts celebration Sunday

Claire Higgins
Summit Daily
Special to the DailyThe fundraiser will feature entertainment from pianist Jonathan Boyer and the Lake Dillon Children's Workshop, as well as the all-you-can-eat breakfast for $10 (if purchased in advance).
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2011’s first annual Fall for the Arts celebration was a hit. And to prepare for this year’s event, fundraising is starting early to ensure a great time. On Sunday morning at the Elks Lodge in Silverthorne, the Fall for the Arts team is hosting an all-you-can-eat breakfast and entertainment fundraiser to raise money for the fall event.

The fundraiser will feature entertainment from pianist Jonathan Boyer and the Lake Dillon Children’s Workshop, as well as the all-you-can-eat breakfast for $10 (if purchased in advance) or $12 at the door. Children 12 and under are $5.

Half of the proceeds will go directly to the upcoming Fall for the Arts celebration.



Sandy Greenhut, who organizes the Fall for the Arts, founded Arts for the Summit in 2004 as a way to ensure Summit County arts organizations communicate, collaborate and coordinate events in an informative format for patrons, according to the group’s mission statement. There are currently 24 organizations in the collective, including Lake Dillon Theatre Company, Backstage Theatre, Friends of the Library, Keystone Neighborhood Company, Summit County Arts Council, Summit Choral Society, Summit School of Dance, Summit Community Orchestra and the National Repertory Orchestra, to name a few.

Fall for the Arts has the same ideas, but more condensed. The event is a three-day celebration in September packed with an extensive line-up of music, art, history, film, radio, theater and kids activities spanning five Summit County towns.



To purchase tickets for Sunday’s fundraiser, contact Gayle Knorr at (970) 468-2561. Tickets can also be purchased from any Arts for the Summit member.


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