Annual Party & Fundraiser Sept 29th at DV8 Distillery!

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It’s official! This year’s annual co-op party & fundraiser will take place at DV8 Distillery, in Boulder, on Thursday September 29th. There will be live entertainment, free food, craft cocktails, a silent auction, and who knows what else? More details to come!
We’ve already received generous donations from Community Table Kitchen, Mountain Sun Pub & Brewery, Liberty Puzzles, Art Parts, Savory Spice Shop, Rebecca’s Herbal Apothecary, Blo Fish Sushi, Mcdevitt Taco Supply, and Organic Sandwich Company!
Who’s next?

If you or your business is interested in some promotion at our event – while supporting affordable housing in Boulder – why not make a donation to our silent auction or catering? Donation items can be merchandise, gift certificates, or any creative offering you’d like to share.
Email Lily@bhccoops.org to get in on the action.

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