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Post by WildSnow.com blogger | January 12, 2009      

4TH Annual Friends of the CAIC ASPEN SOCIAL & BENEFIT DINNER
26 January 2008, 6pm, Carbondale, Colorado

Restaurant Six89 is hosting the 4TH Annual “Friends of the CAIC” Social and Benefit Dinner on Monday, January 26th, at 6:00pm. The evening begins with an epic silent auction and social appetizer hour with cash bar, followed by dinner with wine at 7:30pm.

As our love of the backcountry grows so does the importance of the CAIC in providing important and useful info to the backcountry rider, skier, and user; whatever your preferred mode of transport. This year, that statement is an understatement.

Price is $68.90 per person, plus tax & gratuity. All proceeds go to the Aspen Office of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (which is now one in the same with what was formerly the Roaring Fork Avalanche Center.).

Seating is limited; and the event is certain to sell quickly. Please call Six89 promptly for reservations; 970.963.6890.

Possibly save a life, share the evening and the table with fellow backcountry characters, imbibe in some good food and drink, impress a date, and engage in terribly hip “snowpack” speak.

Six89 is located at 689 Main Street in Carbondale, Colorado and is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 5:30 p.m. Reservations suggested.

For more information on Restaurant Six89, call 970.963.6890 or visit the website at www.six89.com.

Restaurant Six89 is located at:
689 Main St.
Carbondale, CO 81623

Phone: 970.963.6890



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