The second annual Bough House fundraiser, which benefits the Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center, has "stepped it up a lot," according the RMCLC's Sara Payne. The 29 artists who have interpreted the modern holiday tree will offer up their works a for silent auction at tonight's holiday party, which takes place from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Walnut Foundry, 3002 Walnut Street. "It's going to be much more of a party," explains Payne, and the majority of the trees designed can be displayed year-round. "I've bid on four of them already," she reveals. Entry is a suggested $15 donation and includes food, drink and live entertainment; call 303-303-9910 for information.
Nov. 26-Dec. 12, 2007