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Todd Park Mohr performs in Yampa July 30, donates guitar for Crossans Market

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— Friends of Crossan’s M&A Market is seeking donated live and silent auction items to help fund the historic restoration of the historic grocery in the town of Yampa, which will be the beneficiary of a July 30 event dubbed the Call of the Wild Auction, featuring an acoustic performance by Todd Park Mohr of Big Head Todd and the Monsters, who has donated his talent and time to the event.

Doors open at 3:30 p.m. at the Antler’s Cafe and Bar with the concert scheduled for 5 p.m. Auction items currently include a signed guitar donated by Todd Park Mohr, an original painting of Crossan’s Market by Gregory Block and of course, an outhouse or shed built from wood recycled from the Crossan’s restoration project.

Admission is $20 and tickets, which are limited, are available at The Antlers or All That in Steamboat Springs, as well as online at 2016auction.yapsody.com/event/index/39303/acoustic-concert-with-todd-mohr



Friends of Crossan’s operates under the fiscal umbrella of Historic Routt County, which in turn makes any donation of $250 or more eligible for a 25 percent Colorado State Tax Credit. HRC will send documentation of qualifying donations to the IRS.


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