Come Saturday night in Boulder, all but the Elite Men and women, Junior, and Collegiate national titles will have been awarded. What better way to celebrate than grab some friends and head to The Kitchen [Next Door] for the Cyclist 4 Jamestown fundraiser.
Colorado is still working to repair the damage from the devastating floods of 2013. Jamestown, which is along a popular training route for many, is one of those communities still recovering. Saturday’s event is part of the fund raising effort to help get the community rebuilt. There will be plenty of great beer and food, and everyone is invited. There is no minimum donation, and all net proceeds for the night go to the Cyclists 4 Jamestown Fund. If you can’t attend, but still want to support the cause, you can donate directly and learn more at C4Jtown.org.
Also, Pro peloton will have two mechanics on site at Valmont Park who will be working for donations. If you need a last minute tune or fix before your race, find their tent in the vendor area and don’t be stingy. Bring them a beer, and drop some cash in the donation bucket. All proceeds will also be donated to C4Jamestwon.
- What: An evening of dining to raise money and awareness for the Jamestown community Fund
- Where: At the Kitchen Next Door downtown Boulder
- When: Saturday January 11th 4:00 PM till Close
- Donation: no minimum. All net proceeds will be donated
Come enjoy a dinner and beer tasting evening with friends while the national cycling spotlight is on Boulder. Our purpose – to raise funds for the Greater Jamestown community Fund which directly supports those most impacted by the traumatic floods this past fall.
The Kitchen [Next Door]
1035 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302
About the Greater Jamestown community Fund
This is a new fund we have set up with the community Foundation, alongside the existing Rebuild Jamestown Fund. Unlike the Rebuild Jamestown Fund, which is targeted toward rebuilding the critical infrastructure, this fund will be used to directly assist residents of the greater Jamestown area that have been impacted by the floods due to loss or severe damage to their homes.
All funds raised will go directly to the residents of Jamestown for rebuilding efforts. Via Cyclists 4 Jamestown and the community Foundation, funds will go to the newly established Greater Jamestown community Fund.
Want to see what the road to Jamestown looks like?