Reserve Your Ticket

Via elephant journal
on May 20, 2008
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elephant’s Summer issue release party at Boulder Theater, May 28

hosted by Shaun McGrath, Mayor of Boulder and featuring…

interviews with Sharon Salzberg and Silk Soymilk founder Steve Demos

 a mini debate between Will Shafroth, Joan Fitz-Gerald and Jared Polis, candidates in the hottest congressional race in the country

ecofashion show courtesy Buffalo Exchange and Deux fm, lingerie show courtesy the T BAR, hosted by Ryan van Duzer (The Daily Camera’s “Out There” guy)

best of elevision videos

 standup comedy with Kelly MacLean

local indie green businesses &

Dominic Lalli of The Motet

Buy your discounted early bird tix here.

Tables are $150, or $108 for advertisers. You can share cost & table with a like-minded business if you like.
more info TBD.

Organic tote gift totes to first 108 ticket buyers—only 4 tickets have been bought online or at Theater thus far—just come to elephant table. Includes samples, soap, goodies of all kinds.


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One Response to “Reserve Your Ticket”

  1. Molly Wilson says:

    hey, guys!
    can’t wait to go to the party. just btw, did anybody put up the time the event starts and ends (approx), the address of the boulder theatre, or suggested parking locations? just a thought for next time. thanks for listening,