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Party like it’s 1924 at Colorado’s Cherokee Castle & Ranch on June 14th

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Party like it’s 1924 at one of Colorado’s undiscovered and unique landmarks, the Cherokee Castle & Ranch. Celebrate and pay tribute to the castle’s last owner, Tweet Kimball, on what would have been her 100th birthday.

Dance the night away June 14th, 2014 from 6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m. in this magnificent Scottish-inspired castle situated on 3,400 acres with 200-mile views of the Colorado landscape. Enjoy live music from the Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, performances by aerialists and acrobats, a silent auction featuring Cherokee’s memorabilia, hors d’ oeuvres and libations. Gatsby-era attire requested.

  • Cherokee Castle & Ranch
  • 6113 N Daniels Park Road
  • Sedalia, Colorado 80135
  • *Located just 30 minutes south of Denver

Tweet Kimball (1914-1999), who owned Cherokee Castle & Ranch, was Douglas County’s venerable matriarch and doyenne. In 1996 she developed the Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation and donated the land surrounding the castle to help preserve and protect one of the country’s most scenic and historic areas for all visitors to enjoy. Tweet was a one-of-a-kind woman who embodied grace and a pioneer spirit. Her birthday parties were legendary and only an exclusive few were invited. Now the Cherokee Castle & Ranch wants to extend the invitation to all to celebrate Tweet’s legacy as well as her gift to preserving a special landmark in Colorado.

Reservations required. $60 Guest Level. $100 VIP including a castle tour, champagne upon arrival, toast with Tweet’s signature drink and more.

For more information visit www.cherokeeranch.org or call 303-688-4600 to RSVP.

About The Cherokee Castle & Ranch

The Scottish-inspired Cherokee Castle & Ranch is one of Colorado’s most unique venues. The castle rises high above 3,400 pristine acres in Sedalia, Colorado just 30 minutes south of Denver. It is home to historic collections of fine art, furnishings and memorabilia from around the world. The Castle museum is open for tours, lunches, brunches and traditional teas. The Castle is also a vibrant cultural and educational hub with first-rate special events each year including comedy nights, concerts, whiskey tastings, theater, lecture series, wildlife hikes, youth camps, murder mystery suppers and Denver Botanic Gardens presentations. The Cherokee Castle & Ranch also offer private events including weddings and meetings.

About The Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation

The Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation is committed to the preservation of our pristine natural environment, amazing wildlife including elk and wild turkeys, Colorado’s only petrified forest, and the restoration/repurposing of our historic structures. The land itself is a remarkable outdoor laboratory and classroom for environmental education and research. A setting ripe for exploring, our vision is to enhance cultural life in Colorado, utilizing our abundant assets in providing inspirational activities on a larger scale.

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