This coming Saturday, September 7th, The Grand County Historical Association is hosting its annual gala Champagne Brunch and Social in support of Fraser’s Cozens Ranch Museum.
Primary sponsor for the event is the C Lazy U Ranch, Grand County’s premiere Mobil 5 Star, AAA 5 Diamond resort. Some 20 other local restaurants will be joining in and offering their culinary expertise for the event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Museum.
Other notable restaurants participating include: Deno’s Mountain Bistro; Fontenot’s Seafood Grill; Wild Horse Catering; The Lodge at Sunspot; Casa Mexico; the Rise and Shine Café; the Mountain Rose Café; Hernando’s Pizza Pub; DaVinci Restaurant; Smokin’ Moe’s BBQ; Strip & Tail; Drive by Pie; and Rudi’s Deli.
Other event sponsors include: local artists, Ken Ball, Pem Dunn & Karen Vance; the Rendezvous Foundation; Frank’s Log Furniture; Amaze’n Mazes; and Frank Expressions.
Visitors on hand for this “denim and lace” event can not only meet historic characters while sampling items from Grand County’s finest restaurants washed-down with champagne and mimosas, they also can avail themselves of ranch and museum tours.
Champagne, great food, live music, great mountain scenery, and a live auction are the highlights of this event in support of the Grand County Historical Association’s Cozens Ranch Museum in Fraser.
Tickets for this event cost $50 per person; please RSVP to 970-726-5488.
A mere “one tank trip” up I-70 to Empire Junction; up-and-over Berthoud Pass on U.S. 40 to Historic Fraser Colorado and the Cozens Ranch Museum is a great way to spend a Saturday in Colorado’s majestic high country!
Come hungry, bring your hiking shoes and fly rod (if you fish) and plan to have a ball on one of the last great summer weekends. And don’t forget the mountain bikes, as well!
And if you chose to spend the night, there are plenty of reasonably priced rooms available at the Pinnacle Lodge (970-722-7631) in Fraser, across from the Safeway. www.pinnaclelodgegetaways.com.
Where are you planning to play this weekend?