Friday, April 30, 2010

Paste Magazine Downlow'd Club gets new FREE DOWNLOADS

Check out the back of each & every can of Dale’s Pale Ale for details of the Downlow’d Club at

Welcome to the Dale’s/Paste Downlow’d Club. We’re Continuing the partnership of PASTE Magazine each month to create the Downlow’d Club. We’ll offer a batch of exceptional music from the nation’s best music makers for free for fans of OB & PASTE MAGAZINE. Like the beer artisans at Oskar Blues, these artists make full-flavored, unflinching creations deserving of your attention.

Simply sign in to grab the 17 free tracks we’ve curated for you below and be sure and come back each month for more music.

Registered Club members (and you already are one if you’re reading this page) are also automatically entered in drawings to win cool stuff like tickets for concerts at Red Rocks, outdoor gear from Kelty, and good things from Oskar Blues and Paste.

The Dale’s Pale Ale & PASTE Magazine DOWNLOW’D club has fresh cuts FREE FOR DOWNLOAD from National Roots Musicians as well as tracks from OB Local favorites.

If you love this magazine as much as we do hit ‘em up for a subscription at

Check out: The Watson Twins, Romano Paoletti, Reed Foehl , Jami Lunde, Beth Wood, The Infamous String Dusters, Interstate Stash Express & Trevor Hall.

Colorado High School Cycling League EVENT - May 1st.

The Colorado CycleFest is a weekend of festivities in support of the Colorado High School Cycling League. 100% of the proceeds will go to the formation of the best youth cycling program in Colorado. Work is underway for a June coaches conference (Leader's Summit), summer rider camps, and a 4-race high school only series in September and October.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

CycleFest Dinner and Silent Auction with Dave Wiens and Susan DeMattei

Palettes Restaurant at the Denver Art Museum

Colorado High School Cycling League CycleFest May 1st
the Colorado League is part of national movement for high school cycling
Contact: Kate Rau (720) 272-9282

DENVER, Colo.--A range of cycling celebrities will join Olympic and World Cup stars, Susan DeMattei and Dave Wiens in an historic weekend at the inaugural Colorado CycleFest, on Saturday May 1, and Sunday May 2, 2010, in support of the Colorado High School Cycling League.

Included among the cycling stars joining DeMattei and Wiens are Jonathan Vaughters of the Garmin-Transitions cycling team; Specialized riders: inaugural UCI mountain bike world champion, Ned Overend, and 24-Hour world champion Rebecca Rusch; and Trek rider, Olympian Travis Brown.

Matt Fritzinger, head of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, said "It's great so see such a large collection of past and present champion cyclists rallying for high school cycling. Every one of these athletes understands the historical significance of introducing cycling as an organized sport for high school students."

Attendees at the Colorado CycleFest weekend will enjoy a gala dinner and silent auction on Saturday, May 1, in Palettes Restaurant at the Denver Art Museum. Then on Sunday, May 2, is a rare opportunity to ride with the two Mountain Biking greats, Susan DeMattei and Dave Wiens, when they lead a road ride from Boulder followed by lunch at the Bacaro Venetian Taverna, hosted by Fabio Flagiello.

A host of fabulous prizes for the silent auction are donated by Founding National Sponsor Specialized, as well as SRAM, Trek, Wheat Ridge Cyclery and Yeti. In an indication of the expanding support of the high school cycling movement, the League is thrilled to announce corporate sponsor Poudre Valley Health Systems, and Yeti Beti.

CycleFest tickets are $100.00 regular, and $150 for Patron tickets, which provide admission to a special cocktail hour. Proceeds from the ticket sales go to supporting the Colorado High School Cycling League, so be sure to purchase one for your friend/spouse/partner too! Tickets to all events are available online at

What: Colorado High School Cycling League CycleFest: Cycling celebrities, gala dinner, raffle, silent auction and ride at Colorado’s two-wheeled social event of the year.
Where: Gala at Palettes Restaurant, Denver; Ride and lunch at Bacaro Taverna, Boulder, Colorado;
When: May 1st, gala dinner; May 2nd, road ride and lunch.
Who: Dave Wiens, Susan DeMattei and several other cycling celebrities.
Why: Benefit for the Colorado High School Cycling League..

About the Colorado High School Cycling League
The Colorado High School Cycling League promotes personal development and teamwork through bicycle racing, and encourages the formation of teams at public and private high schools. With the cooperation of local race promoters and our sponsors, the League organizes a first class series of races designed for high school aged riders. The League makes high school racing the easiest route for juniors to get involved in the challenging and exciting world of competitive cycling. The Colorado League was kick-started with a generous grant from the founding SoCal sponsor, Easton Foundations, and is also generously supported by founding national sponsor, Specialized Bicycle Components, as well as SRAM, Trek Bicycles, Clif Bar and Co., Primal Wear, Shimano, Yeti Bicycles, Wheat Ridge Cyclery, GU Sports, Fox Racing Shox, Dirt Rag, Feedback Sports and Mountain Bike Action.. For more information on the League, visit

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Oskar Blues fueled SkirtChaser 5K comes to Atlanta, Georgia Saturday, May 15, 2010

Catch Us If You Can
Skirt Sports, leader in the running skirt world, believes fitness should be fun. With the Skirt Chaser 5k Race Series, we're putting a new spin on a running classic by mixing racing, flirting and entertainment in an innovative social fitness event. Women get a three minute head start and invite the men to "Catch Us If You Can."

The Race
The event kicks off with the race itself. Just over 3 miles of anticipation of being caught (for the gals) and the trill of trying to catch (for the guys). The first person to cross the line, male or female, takes home $500! We call it the Battle of the Sexes - and so far the women are kicking butt!

The Block Party
The Block Party features live entertainment and a happy hour atmosphere with food and Oskar Blues Brews. You won't want to miss our fashion show, "all the way down to the skivvies." It features the latest Skirt Sports products and is emceed by the one and only, Nicole DeBoom. Awards will follow.

More Skirt Chasing to come!

Raleigh, North Carolina
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Race Details

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Race Details

Most people don't know that when Nicole DeBoom, founder and CEO of Skirt Sports, had the revolutionary idea for the first-ever running skirt, she also dreamt of creating a race series with the same message. Look good, feel good, perform better. While the first "Convet to Skirt 5k" was a huge success, it was women only. As Nicole watched the women finishing she immediately knew she had to get the guys in the mix in a unique way. Thus, the Skirt Chaser 5k Race Series was born.

Front Range Trail Condition Report from BMA

First and foremost, THANK YOU for demonstrating restraint this winter. The trails are in better shape at the end of this winter than what we've seen in much drier years.

But we could undo all that this weekend. We are soaked, and even though the farmers love it, the trails are set up for a perfect storm of mud, bikes, and enthusiastic riders.

There is no way to know when a particular trail will be stable enough to ride. Please use good judgement and check the social and trail conditions websites for current conditions BEFORE you venture to the trailhead.

Here is a list of sites that could help:

Boulder County Trails Twitter Page
Contribute your input and make this site the most current
BMA Facebook page (become a fan) Front Range Forum
City of Boulder OSMP Trail Conditions
Boulder County OS Trail Conditions

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

OB & Fort Collins Cycling Festival!!!

Fort Collins Cycling Festival Announces Inaugural USAC Rocky Mountain Criterium Race
- Promoter Seeks USAC National Race Calendar Status by 2011-

April 21, 2010 - FORT COLLINS, CO - Competitive cycling has been a part of the cultural fabric of Fort Collins for decades. Many riders and racers have moved to Fort Collins specifically for of its bicycle-friendly culture, marvelous cycling terrain and mild climate. Today, cycling in Fort Collins is more popular than ever. Over 40 competitive cycling events occur every year in and around the city across all genres of the sport.

Charlie Weinbeck of Fort Collins Cycling Festival (FCCF) recently announced that a crown jewel race is being added to our local racing calendar. The Rocky Mountain Criterium will be held on the streets of downtown Fort Collins August 29th, 2010.

The one-day Criterium race is being held this year as qualifying step towards hosting a multi-day stage race in 2011 with the full endorsement of USA Cycling on their National Race Calendar (NRC). Weinbeck is also working with other race promoters to incorporate the Rocky Mountain Criterium as a Tour of Colorado points race.

"The Fort Collins Cycling Festival (FCCF) is very excited to have an opportunity to bring a USAC national-caliber bike race back to Colorado," said Weinbeck. "And when we achieve NRC Status, we intend to expand the Rocky Mountain Criterium Race into a multi-day stage race in 2011." Weinbeck will rename the event the Rocky Mountain Stage Race in future years to reflect the new race format.

The future potential of this race excites Weinbeck. "Not only will this race have a substantial economic impact on our region, but the exposure of a race of this caliber will put Colorado back in the center of the cycling world," said Wienbeck. "This race will bring in some of the biggest pro cycling teams in the nation and the world, as well bring fans from all corners of the globe to enjoy a week of racing while experiencing the culture, food and entertainment of our beautiful city and state."

Tom Vinson, USA Cycling's National Events Manager echoed Weinbeck's positive outlook, "I think it's wonderful to see the return of high-level racing in Colorado. There is tremendous potential for events such as this to raise the bar even higher in Colorado as the race matures. I am very happy to see the FCCF group behind the event as they did an outstanding job with the USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships, particularly with this course. I am sure the Rocky Mountain Criterium will be a very successful race."

Tyler James, Director of Sales for the Fort Collins Convention and Visitors Bureau, also expressed his support and enthusiasm for this new event. "Being the host for the USA Collegiate National Championships the past two years helped set the stage for this great event," said James. "Having events of this magnitude are so important to the economic success of our community and tourism can lead the way. When we have biking events in Fort Collins, the racers, family members and spectators spend a lot of money locally, which has a direct result in making Fort Collins the amazing 'Biking' city it has become."

Dave "DK" Kemp, Bicycle Coordinator for the City of Fort Collins also gave his full endorsement for a bicycle race on the City's downtown streets. "Major competitive cycling events are great for the Fort Collins community," said Kemp. "These national-level events reinforce our community's commitment to promote and support cycling and they also help Fort Collins become known as a bicycle tourist destination. The exposure from these events have indirect and direct economic benefits, as well as provide recreational, fitness, and spectator opportunities for our residents."

FCCF has secured corporate sponsorship commitments from Oscar Blues Brewery, Clif Bar, Peloton Cycles, 99.9 FM The Point, Go Fast Energy Drinks, Specialized, Cafe Vino, Rio Grande, Full Cycle, Pro Velo Cyclery, Lees Cyclery, Performance Bikes, and Become Fit.

For more race information and sponsorship opportunities, please visit

Rob Noble, MBA
Director Communique
ciclismo racing
(970) 988-7878

Ciclismo Racing
Based in Fort Collins, Colo., Ciclismo Racing is a dynamic sports management company dedicated to advancing the sport of American cycling and and promoting bicycling as a way of life. Ciclismo Racing is founded on ethics, integrity, hard work and a commitment to build the best professional men’s cycling team in the United States.

May Oskar Blues Music Schedule & Podcasts now available

Check out the May Music Schedule & Podcasts (for Listen & Download) via

See you at the shows!

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

GQ Magazine & CBS Early Show feature Old Chub & Dale's Pale Ale

GQ Magazine Article: "50 Beers to Try Right Now"
Both Dale's Pale Ale & Old Chub Scotch Ale were featured.

Here is the Dale's Pale Ale portion via the web

Here is the Old Chub Scotch Ale portion via the web

Dale’s Pale Ale was also featured in the top 6 beers on the CBS early show “Top 50 Beers You Should Try Before You Die”

Watch the video HERE.

BMA Movie Night Tickets Now On Sale! Wednesday, April 28th, BMA Movie Night.

Come down to the Boulder Theater tomorrow night to see Follow Me. Don't assume (you know what they say about assuming, right?) you'll be able to walk up and get a ticket - the last time we showed a Collective film we sold out. Buy tickets online at the Boulder Theater now!
What do you need to know about Follow Me? It's a new mountain bike movie from the crew who brought you the Collective, Roam and Seasons. Follow Me gets back to basics and reminds us why we all love to ride bikes. Breaking from the traditional single rider format, Follow Me is based on the idea that "no one rides alone"; mixing and matching the world's best downhillers, freeriders and slopestylers in some of the best places to ride on the planet. Think back-yard sessions, ripping local trails, training bike parks, epic road trips and heli drops. Follow Me is all about good times, pushing limits with your friends, crazy adventures and most importantly having fun your bike.
Boulder Theater Link for tickets
Details & the Trailer Here!

This event will benefit BMA's "Better Trails for Boulder County" efforts & The Colorado High School Mountain Bike League.
We sold out the last time we showed a Collective Movie, so Get your tickets now!

Monday, April 26, 2010

VIDEO: Oskar Blues talk Spot Brand Bikes & Gates Carbon Drive Systems at Hall Ranch, Lyons, CO

We headed out from Oskar Blues Grill & Brew in Lyons to our home trails at Hall Ranch to meet up with folks from Gates for a ride, talk team & share a trailside beer. We ended up on the back patio at Oskar Blues sharing burgers, beers & some laughs.

Spot Brand Bikes goes GUBNA Imperial IPA

As spring trails finally open up & our Imperial IPA GUBNA is hitting shelves across the country to rave reviews the fine boys & girls at Spot Brand bikes hooked the OB crew up with a custom GUBNA Imperial IPA set up. We headed over to check out the conditions at the Lyons Dirt Jumps & Skills area to see what the rain had done. It looks like it could be just a few days or so & we should be back ready to roll on the pumptrack & jumps, the skills area was in good shape.
I stopped & geeked out a few bike porn shots before heading up the Picture Rock Trail. Hotdamn that black chrome finish(a steel finish with a hint of black clear coat) is rad in the sun. Picture Rock was OK to the Silo, it was a freaking mess after that so please give this area time to mend before riding it.
We're diggin on the new Spot Brand slider dropout, it's proved to be much more precise in adjusting the tension on the Gates Carbon Drive System and a great improvement with changing flats. Not to mention its super compact & sexy, did i mention sexy.
The rains caused some serious drainage damage at Hall, lines have changed & it was a sketchy that never gets old, especially since it was drastically changed since last time we were there.
The trail was good & even Nelson Loop was good. There were some muddy pockets but if you keep the speeds low & didn't go around the puddles or widen the trail it was OK.
I saw BMA trail crew Chris Echelmeier up there on his Ti Spot CDS with a little custom Oskar Blues package as well. He has a similar sticker kit that Dale has on his Ti-ride, a Mama's Little Yella Pils shout.
Home sweet home. It sure felt good to get out & remember why we call Lyons, CO home.

5+ hours or riding from the front door. Granted I did a few pieces twice but that GUBNA sure tasted good with the Satchmo Burger at Oskar Blues before catching live music with Blackdog Blues Band. BEER, BIKES & MUSIC....cheers to Lyons!

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Mile High Sci-Fi at The Tasty Weasel SATURDAY APRIL 17th

Greeting Comrades,

So there has been a bit of confusion around the big brewery bash this Saturday, so allow me to take your worries away, tie them to a little balloon and let them fly away...

1) Show is at 730. Five bucks. We can't sell in advance so get there early - we're getting lots of emails about it. Granted, they are mostly from really confused people asking WTF? but still.

2) This is at the actual brewery in Longmont. At the Tasty Weasel Tap Room. NOT the old brew house/restaurant in Lyons. NOT the new restaurant in Longmont with the big silo painted like a can. The address is 1800 Pike Rd, Unit B Longmont, Colorado 80501 and the website is Google it or put the address in that fancy-pants GPS you're so damn proud of because it is not marked terribly well.

3) The beer is not free. When I said there will be lots of beer to try, I should have also said lots of beer to buy. But you're only paying $5 bucks so you'll have money left over for beer and gas and the DUI on your way back to Denver.

4) Gotta behave. We'll let you shout "Wolverines" once at the appointed time but otherwise shut up. And more importantly, don't steal anything. I mean, yes, we'll be in a brewery. And yes, there will be pallets and pallets of your favorite beers stacked to the sky. And yes, there is a forklift. And yes, you could easily back your car up to the loading dock on the south side of the building. But you're not going to do that because we are guests there and we want them to have this be a regular thing. And because there is a crazed guard with a machete roaming the place and he'll hack your arms off without blinking. Oh, he takes his break around 8.

5) Yes, you have to bring your own chair. Quit whining about it and just bring it. And if you don't have one, steal one. REI is really busy on Saturday mornings and most of their staff will be busy touting the benefits of the new Gore-Tex dog shoes to gullible yuppies, so you can pretty much just walk in and walk out.

6) And yes, we're showing Red Dawn, the documentary about the 1982 Soviet/Cuban invasion of Calumet Colorado that was beat into submission by the breakfast club of the local high school. It is a true story. Can't believe you missed it.


Good. See you and your chairs on Saturday.



Lyons DJ/Skills Park FUNDRAISER at OB!!!!

This Saturday is the Gimme Shelter Bike Park event in The Barn @ OB. We are raising money for a shade structure for The Lyons Bike Park. We'll have music, beer and food. Proceeds go to The Lyons Bike Park. We'll also have a few items for silent auction. Erik The Viking, Sean K, and The Whiskey Hawks are playing tunes t...hat start at 4 and end around 8. High Beams are playing @ OB after that!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

A little love from the Salida Pumpraiser event

Check out the blogpost from EdE blog....check out Sterling from Leadville getting some series play & blood. Twas a fun one.

OB Girls Kick Ass

All the ladies associated with Oskar Blues are throwing down some great events to get people on bikes & socializing over great beer.

Calling all ladies who like a good brew! April 22nd at the The Tasty Weasel Taproom will be the 2nd of the monthly gatherings.

Join a group of ladies for an opportunity to sample fine brews, learn the craft and enjoy a social night with your girlfriends. Check out this inaugural tasting and beer 101 chat starting at 6 p.m. at the Tasty Weasel in Longmont in what is sure to be a monthly OB event. Oskar Blues will have a wide variety of brews to sample and snack to nibble on. Try the new GUBNA or stick to MAMA’S LITTLE YELLA PILS and DALES PALE ALE.

The women at Skirt Sports are putting on their national series of SkirtChaser 5K events. Find OB beer at all of their events nationally.

Skirt Sports, leader in the running skirt world, believes fitness should be fun. With the Skirt Chaser 5k Race Series, we're putting a new spin on a running classic by mixing racing, flirting and entertainment in an innovative social fitness event. Women get a three minute head start and invite the men to "Catch Us If You Can."

The Race
The event kicks off with the race itself. Just over 3 miles of anticipation of being caught (for the gals) and the trill of trying to catch (for the guys). The first person to cross the line, male or female, takes home $500! We call it the Battle of the Sexes - and so far the women are kicking butt!

The Block Party
The Block Party features live entertainment and a happy hour atmosphere with food and Oskar Blues Brews. You won't want to miss our fashion show, "all the way down to the skivvies." It features the latest Skirt Sports products and is emceed by the one and only, Nicole DeBoom. Awards will follow.

Speaking of Girls Kick Ass, Outdoor Divas are also out and about getting ladies outdoors & motivated to kick ass. Keep an eye on some of the bike & outdoor specific events they have going throughout the just might find some Oskar Blues beers fueling these ladies as well the groups they are partnered with. Find them on FACEBOOK.

The Boulder Cycle Chix (Formerly Luna Chix)hosting cycling related events all through the on the above image for more details about what they have going on.

Boulder's ass kicking advocacy group (boulder mountain bike alliance) also has a group of ladies that are launching some fun stuff...keep up with them via their blogsite below.
BMA Girls Mountain Bike Rides
The BMA Girls Mountain Bike Rides are weekly women-only rides in the Boulder area. They are about more than just riding. They are about fun, post-ride drinks, and the camaraderie that comes with seeing yourself progress over time. We ride every Thursday. The rides are free and no-drop: you will not be left behind to find your way home alone! Please don't be shy about coming out. All of us love mountain biking and would like to hang out with women that are interested in biking.

Cheers to bikes & brews ladies!!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

2010 Rocky Mountain Ultra Regional Endurance Series

Welcome to the 2010 Rocky Mountain Ultra Regional Endurance Series. This marathon discipline Series tests the stamina and consistency of the athletes throughout the season. Venues in New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming bring their unique flavors to the sport of endurance cycling. It rewards the riders who are the most versatile competitors over a range of distances and terrain. As we bring recognition to the growing sport of off-road endurance racing we can promote the participants competing in it and offer a forum for them to express their accomplishments. It also gives our sponsors an opportunity to promote their contributions as companies who are supporting the sport. We are excited to present this schedule to you and look forward to a great season. Ladies and Gentlemen . . . start your engines!

The 2010 Rocky Mountain Ultra Schedule:
Dawn ‘til Dusk Gallup, NM
Lindsay Mapes April 10th
(505) 863-4228

Front Range 50 Lakewood, CO
Warriors Cycling May 8th

Breckenridge 100 Breckenridge, CO
Warriors Cycling July 17th

Laramie Enduro Laramie, WY
Laramie Enduro July 31st

An alternate fifth race in the series is pending due to the loss of Tour of Victor land access.


Rocky Mountain Ultra Series Race Descriptions

The Dawn ‘til Dusk Race - Gallup, NM - April 10th-7am to 7pm
Dawn 'til Dusk is a fun, laid-back, affordable race. For 12 hours, participants ride one of the sweetest single-tracks in the southwest: a 13-mile loop of mostly hard packed clay through the pristine mesas of high desert terrain: some slickrock, some sand, mixed with fast rolling, technical spots and 1700 feet of climbing will keep you coming back year after year. Native American prizes are awarded to the top three in each category. All proceeds go towards the Western Health Foundation, a non-profit organization in Gallup working to combat diabetes, an endemic problem in our neighboring Native communities. Can You Endure? (Half points for Series given for duo riders, quarter points for team.)

Front Range 50 - Lakewood, CO - May 8th
Encompassing the entire trail system of Bear Creek Lake Park, this 10 mile circuit will thrill racers and spectators alike as they pass through 5 circuits with a taste of fast singletrack and punchy climbs. Part of the Denver Fat Tire Festival offering convenient camping on-site, aid support every lap, plenty of cold refreshments, and a fun expo for the whole family.

Breckenridge 100 - Breckenridge, Colorado - July 17th
The Breckenridge 100 will rekindle your pioneering spirit and remind you of what backcountry mountain biking is all about. It features a sprawling course nestled between 2 ski resorts with a full spectrum of mountain terrain. A fund raiser for both the TAME foundation, which gives equestrian therapy to disabled children, and Mountain 2 Mountain which provides educational support for the mountain communities in Afghanistan. 1/3rd Series points given for team riders.

The Laramie Enduro - Laramie, Wyoming - July 31st
Wyoming’s premier endurance mountain bike race is 111K of pure pedal stompin’ fun. Beginning and ending at the Hidden Valley Picnic Area, this course winds through the beautiful Happy Jack Recreation Area of the Medicine Bow National Forest. It is a fast and extremely fun loop with virtually every kind of trail and surface a mountain biker is likely to encounter in the region, from wildlife trails to single track to dirt roads. The course climbs over 8600 feet.

Boulder Reservoir Master Plan - Public Meeting

We need a few people to attend the Rez Master Plan Public Meeting tomorrow night. As you know, riding out there is like watching paint dry. This is our opportunity to get some new trails on the plan. Read the description below and try to show up and make a positive impression for the cycling community. Once the Master Plan is done, the opportunity rolls around again in 20 years.


Boulder Reservoir Master Plan - Public Meeting
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Calvary Bible Church
3245 Kalmia Ave.

The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Dept is creating a new master plan for the Boulder Reservoir. If you want to see an improved trail system on the lands surrounding the Reservoir, please attend this meeting and let 'em know!

Our concern is this: The preliminary management plan for the West Shore proposes to create a Habitat Conservation Area that won't allow any trail corridors, thus blocking any potential future trail - even tho 51st st goes thru this area.

This leaves no room for creativity in trying to make a trail connection. We're not saying put a trail through the wetland, but I am saying leave enough flexibility in the management plan to at least put a trail next to 51st Street. Perhaps this language can be tweaked at some point to ensure that habitat preservation remains the priority, but we don't preclude the possibility of getting people off 51st St?

Suggested Talking Points

- I support a well-planned multi-use trail system at the Reservoir
- I support better trail connections between the Reservoir and other trails
- I support the concept of a multi-use trail corridor circling the Reservoir that avoids wetlands
- I support bicycling and other trail use as a very important activity at the Reservoir

Meeting Agenda:
5:30 - 6:00 Open House
6:00 - 6:15 Staff Presentation
6:15 - 6:45 Q & A
6:45 - 7:30 Open House