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Culinary Arts, Wine & Brewfest

Glenwood Springs Council for the Arts hosted the seventh annual Culinary Arts, Wine & Brewfest Sat., Oct. 14, at the Hotel Colorado. While proceeds from ticket sales and silent auction items fund the Centers arts and cultural programs, the event also celebrates local cuisine, microbrews, world-class vintners and live music. This year the venue expanded to the Devereux and Colorado rooms to accommodate more than 400 people. We had to make it bigger because the event is so popular, said Mannya Haltom, vice-president of the Councils board.Haltom said that the community support of the event keeps the Arts Center programs alive. If you go to the Arts Center for an hour, you would see why this means so much, Haltom said. To see the children singing and dancing its just magic.

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