SKSF's 11th Annual Night of Comedy - Boots, Buckles & Chuckles

Event Details
Flying W Ranch
3330 Chuckwagon Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
United States
Pricing/Ticket Info
$85 early bird through 9/15; $800 table of 10; 9/16/22 & after price increases to $95/person; $900 table of 10 Adults & children; same price - all ages welcome!
Event Dates and Times
Time Zone (UTC-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada)
Come “Cowboy Up” with Special Kid Special Families during their 11th Annual Night of Comedy signature fundraising event to benefit Zach’s Place Center. This year’s western theme – Boots, Buckles & Chuckles – will be held at the historic Flying W Ranch on Saturday, October 8th from 5:30pm-9:00pm featuring FOX21 morning news anchor, Abbie Burke as event Emcee. Please join us in the fun all for a great cause! Admission includes a Chuckwagon style dinner, complimentary glass of beer or wine, cash bar, Zach’s Place 2022 video premier, live musical performance by the famous Flying W Wranglers, a raise the paddle auction, and over 50 amazing silent auction packages to bid on! All ages welcome - $95/person and special table pricing available. Guests must pre-register online in advance at

Proceeds will benefit low-income families whose children attend SKSF’s Zach’s Place at the Laurie Hillyard Family Center. Zach’s Place is one of only two licensed daycare facilities in the state of Colorado with the focus and training to care for children ages 2.5-18 with intellectual, physical and emotional disabilities.

Thanks to these major sponsors for making this event possible – J2D Electric, Inc., Koscove Metal, RPS Healthcare, Developmental Pathways, Leavitt Group, Moody Insurance Agency, NuStar Energy, Pentrust Mortgage Group, & Shield Healthcare with even more sponsor support on the SKSF website –
Special Kids Special Families
424 W Pikes Peak Avenue
Colorado Springs CO 80905
United States
Special Kids Special Families Special Kids Special Families
Our mission: To promote, strengthen and support individuals with disabilities and their families
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