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‘Paint the Town Pink’ events slated for this weekend

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Bust of Steamboat has organized a variety of “Paint the Town Pink” events throughout the month.

In their 17th year of raising money for local women, the Bust of Steamboat is taking up the cause to spread awareness and raise funds on a community-wide basis.

This weekend’s events

Yampa Valley Bank Banking on a Cure

8 a.m.  | Friday, Oct. 19 | 600 South Lincoln Ave., No. 100

Stop in to enjoy pink refreshments, decorations and the opportunity to donate towards prevention and treatment for women in the community.

Tough Enough to Wear Pink

5 to 7 p.m. | Saturday, Oct. 20 | 738 Lincoln Ave.

Johnny B. Goods Diner will be serving pink all day to help raise awareness and money for local women through drawings, a silent auction and Pink Ladies. They will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Bust of Steamboat.

Pink the Rink

8 p.m. | Saturday, Oct. 20 | 285 Howelsen Parkway

The Steamboat Wranglers hockey team will  wear pink jerseys that they will auction off to the fans. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Gloria Gossard Breast Care Center at UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center and the UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center Foundation. The Wranglers host Wichita Junior Thunder Friday, Oct. 19, through Sunday, Oct. 21.

Steamboat Whiskey Co.

7 p.m. | Saturday, Oct. 20 | 55 11th St.

Steamboat Whiskey Co. is having their one-year anniversary party featuring music by the Brian Smith Band, pink drinks and will donate a portion of their proceeds to the Bust of steamboat. There will also be trivia and giveaways all day.


Individuals and businesses can Paint the Town Pink by hosting their own events and fundraisers all month long.

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