Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Halloween with the Colorado River Fairgrounds

The Colorado River fairgrounds are in trouble, much like the Colorado River is when it comes to its water. But the fairground is running into financial problems rather than missing water and fish, and it has been having trouble for a few years now. Luckily, they have been putting on a Halloween fundraiser and we are closing in on the third Annual Halloween bash for the Colorado fairgrounds!

Much like the previous year, the event will be focused on being a fundraiser first and foremost, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t about having fun near the Colorado River. They encourage people to come dressed up, as there is a costume contest that can supply some great prizes. Unfortunately, you must be at least 21 to come to the event.

Other than the costume contest, there are a number of events that will provide entertainment to any partygoer. The goal is to keep everyone entertained and to enjoy themselves, as well as try to get the Colorado River fairgrounds to be self-sufficient by bringing in some extra money.

The fairground is always looking for new ways to improve and find some way to keep themselves open these days. If you have any information or you want to know more ways of being able to help the fairgrounds stay open you can always contact them directly with ideas. They are willing to listen to most any idea these days, especially ones that cost minimal amounts of money.

The tickets for this fairground special are ten dollars per person and you can obtain them at a number of locations including the fairgrounds directly, or the Blythe area chamber of commerce. So support the fairgrounds, or it might just go the way of the fishes if they can’t supply themselves soon!

For more details, visit the homepage at http://www.leesferryflyfishing.com.

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