RMAAZK 14th Annual Comedy Night for Conservation
Sunday, July 20, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (MDT)
Join the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Association of Zookeepers for our 14th Annual Comedy Night! This year we are expanding our event and trying a new location. The History Colorado Center offers a spectacular venue featuring the gorgeous Anschutz Hamilton Hall, where we will party under the stars. Mingle with friends while enjoying hors d'oeuvres and perusing all the items we have available at our silent auction tables. Once you have had your fill of cocktails and food make your way into the auditorium for our infamous live auction and live entertainment. This year our entertainment will include comedian Troy Walker with special appearances from Kevin Fitzgerald and Ryno from KYGO.
Net proceeds will benefit animal conservation and zookeeper professional development.
Admission will include hors d’oeuvres, alcoholic refreshments, a silent auction, live auction and entertainment!
This is a 21 and over event with adult content. Remember to bring your ID's
Parking: Visitors have several parking options. The Civic Center Cultural Complex garage is located directly across the street from the History Colorado Center at 12th Avenue and Broadway. Enter on 12th Avenue, just west of Broadway. Parking rates are posted inside the entrance.
Covered public parking is also available on weekends and after 6 pm weekdays in the Colorado Judicial Parking Facility on the north side of the History Colorado Center at 1255 Lincoln. Enter on Broadway just north of the main museum entrance. Metered spaces are located along Lincoln, 12th Avenue, and the west side of Broadway. Surface lots are also available nearby.
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The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Association of Zookeepers
The Rocky Mountain American Association of Zoo Keepers (RMAAZK) is a nonprofit organization (US 501 C3) made up of professional zoo keepers and other interested persons dedicated to professional animal care and conservation. Through the years, RMAAZK continues to be a successful organization, raising thousands of dollars each and every year. With the monies raised, RMAAZK is able to donate to deserving conservation organizations nationally and internationally as well as support local members professionally in their careers.