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Get Snowed-in at the President’s Party

Wednesday, January 8, 2020  
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80's Ski Party

Ahhh, Denver. The city is a mile-high haven of fresh mountain air and beautiful views of the snow-capped Rockys. It’s a great place to chill, right?

Absolutely not! We are hopping into our (hot tub?) time-machine and cranking things up on the last night of Conclave. You are cordially invited to the President’s Party, with an 80's Après Ski theme!

Think neon parkas, leg warmers, wintery cocktails, delicious food (S’MORES!), great libations, a killer band, and dancing till your snowshoes fall off!

Get creative with your outfit or dress comfy. It may be warming up for spring, but winter will have one last hurrah—80’s style—at the President’s Party!

You don’t want to miss the party this year. S’more details coming soon.


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