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Eagle paints the town red Saturday night

EAGLE, Colorado – There will be a red carpet event on Broadway Saturday night – Broadway in Eagle, not New York City.

Paint the Town Red is designed as a fun, fashionable evening featuring locals modeling spring fashions and area residents playing dress-up. Paradigms Restaurant will provide appetizers and Broadway Liquors is supplying libations.

The red carpet event will block off Broadway between Third and Fourth street, with a red carpet runway where locals will model spring fashions. The evening will benefit The Literacy Project and the action will get under way at 7 p.m.



Organizer Tara Picalo said the evening is designed as a “Hollywood style” event. “It will be something different and fun for Broadway,” she said. “And once the fashion show is over, it will be a street party, under the stars.”

Local shops including Everyday Outfitters, Inkahoots, Kind Cyclist, Mountain Pedaler and Yoga Off Broadway will outfit the models while salons Adagio, Fusion, Peridot and Soul will provide styling. Picalo said party goers will no doubt enjoy spotting friends and neighbors as they catwalk the runway.



While there is no dress code for attendees, Picalo said guests are urged to dress up for the event. She noted a “Best Dressed” prize will be awarded.

In addition to the party, a silent auction will be set up at Yeti’s Grind with donations including a ski pass, golf packages and spa packages.

Paint the Town Red tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. The ticket price includes the appetizers by Paradigms and one drink ticket. A cash bar will also be set up. The evening’s music will feature Hardscrabble and D.J. Miles. VIP tables are available for $150 for a table of four and $200 for a table of six.



Tickets are available at Everyday Outfitters and Inkahoots. For more information call 970-949-5036 or visit http://www.literacyprojectofeaglecounty.org.

http://www.literacyprojectofeaglecounty.org


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