Cajun Night ready to entertain
CARBONDALE, Colorado ” Do you feel like a trip to Rio, but you’ve only got a wad of $20 bills in your pocket? This Saturday, the Carbondale Clay Center has you covered. Its 10th annual Cajun Night has a “Carnivale” theme this time around and CCC is expecting upwards of 300 costumed folks to be roaming its grounds. Besides the feel-good rush of supporting the center (this fiesta supports its programs all-year), attendees will each receive a hand-thrown bowl and a CCC apron.
Scheduled events include:
5 p.m. ” Gates and Kids Fair open
5:30 p.m. ” Dancing in the streets with Acoustic Mayhem, plus appetizers and cash bar
6 p.m. ” Gourmet gumbo dinner (by Mark Fischer of Phat Thai and Restaurant Six89)
7 p.m. ” Dessert (the famous life-size gator cake)
8 p.m. ” DJs Skip and Patty spin tunes
8:30 p.m. ” Silent auction ends
Tickets are $50 pre-sale/$60 day of for adults, $25/$35 for teens (13-17), $10 for children (6-12) and free for little ones under 5 (kids prices do not include ceramic bowls). Buy tickets from CCC directly by calling 963-CLAY (2529) or visit its website, http://www.carbondaleclay.org.
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The family of Rosie Ferrin has worked to clean up and make safe again the old schoolhouse in downtown New Castle. Ferrin died this summer and had owned the building that included classrooms turned into apartments for years.