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Art and music at Westside restaurant's annual spring fundraiser April 23

April 10, 2018
       Front Range Barbeque will host its eighth annual Spring Arts & Craft Show Monday, April 23 from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
       In keeping with the event's tradition, proceeds will go to to charity. This year's recipient will be the Marian House Soup Kitchen, with attendees asked to “bring adult socks to support them and their community.”
       Located at 2330 W. Colorado Ave., Front Range will provide free appetizers and present the works of 10 local artists, according to the restaurant website.
       Admission is free. Live music will be performed by Kieera Lynn Loves, Mountain High Duet and Jupe & the Gemini.
       Money will also be raised from a raffle that costs $5 a ticket (or $20 for five tickets). Those bringing three pairs of socks will get a free raffle ticket, the website adds.
       The 19-year-old Old Colorado City restaurant is owned by Brian Fortinberry, who also is one of the artists.
       The FRBBQ phone is 632-2596.

Westside Pioneer/press release
(Business: Events)

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