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The Pinnacle Club at the Grand Hyatt | 555 17th Street – 38th Floor | Denver, CO
–CELEBRATING THE SENSES Soirée SPONSORS-
Janus Capital Group
Becca and Dave Eggleston
Steve & Angela Emma/Bessemer Trust
Mike and Chris Benedict
Katie and Scott Goodwin, Jr.
Ethan Hemming and Nicole Tembrock
Thomas and Heather McClary
Saunders Construction, Inc.
Mary A. Wells
Celebrating the Senses Soirée Wine Sponsor | Argonaut
Warren Village Learning Center
All proceeds from the Celebrating the Senses Soirée will benefit the Warren Village Learning Center. The Learning Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Our program serves children ages 6 weeks to 10 years who are transitioning out of a life of poverty. The curriculum at the Learning Center is designed to promote healthy physical growth; social, intellectual and emotional development; language skills; self-help skills; creativity; and critical thinking in each child. High quality early care and education improves the health and developmental outcomes for children in poverty and has a positive impact on their school readiness skills. That’s why we make sure each child who comes through the Warren Village Learning Center receives a quality education, is challenged to meet developmental benchmarks, and develops a love of learning.
Chimney Choir is a Denver-based group of multi-instrumentalists, writers, and singers who skillfully interweave genres resulting in a “folk meets world music sound, steeped in psychedelia”. Often changing instruments in between songs, they combine computer synths with traditional acoustic instrumentation and junkyard percussion. We’re so excited to have Chimney Choir perform at the Celebrating the Senses Soirée.
The Pinnacle Club
A space that is truly iconic steeped in the history of the oil boom days of the Mile High City — The Pinnacle Club is Denver’s most distinguished venue, windowed on four sides with panoramic views of the entire Rocky Mountain Front Range. You can even see Pikes Peak more than 100 miles away.