Work & Class celebrated one year in business last night with a costume bash and charity fundraiser for Denver Urban Scholars, a nonprofit organization that helps metro Denver students with high school graduation and higher education goals. Attendees were asked to dress in the spirit of "What do you want to be when you grow up?" -- a theme broad enough to make for an entertaining variety of pilots, cowboys, gymnasts -- and a bottle of corn whiskey. Photographer Cassandra Kotnik was there to capture samples of the food, drink and fun at the RiNo favorite.
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