Heat Up the New Year for Firefighters in Saguache

With snow and cold in the forecast for the last day of 2018 and into the New Year, Saguache residents may want to stay a bit closer to home. And the good news is you can do that, and help turn up the heat for a good cause as you ring in 2019!

The Annual Saguache Volunteer Firefighter Department’s annual fundraiser will be held this New Year’s Eve at the Oasis Restuarant in Saguache.

Friends and neighbors near and far are invited to this Monday’s Saguache Volunteer Fire Department (SVFD) Fundraiser Dinner and Silent Auction. Join the celebration this Monday, Dec. 31 at The Oasis Restaurant from 4 – 7 p.m. where the menu will be smoked beef brisket, salad, mashed potatoes, homemade roll and a drink. The dinner is a fundraiser for the local firefighter crews that help to keep everyone safe in Saguache Today. The cost is $20/plate. In addition, the Oasis will offer a cash bar from 5 – 7 p.m. for those looking to raise a toast of good cheer to the New Year!

In addition the SVFD will hold a Silent Auction starting at 4 p.m. Bid on your favorite items, including a Cup of Coffee a Day, donated by the Wapiti Coffee House, painted works from local cowboy and artist, Wade Collins, and Dinner and a Movie Date Night from the Village Pub and Cozy Castle Cinema to name a few. The bidding will go on until 6:45 p.m. at which time the winners will be announced and payment collected.

So if you’re staying close to home – or passing through looking for a tasty meal for a great cause, grab your checkbook and head over to the Oasis for Firefighters Fundraiser. The restaurant is located at 630 Gunnison Ave, just off Highway 285 as you drive through the town of Saguache.

After the fundraiser, the fun will continue with the Oasis’ New Year’s Eve Party. Live music starts at 9 p.m. by “The Martian Cartel” with band members Scott Alexander, Pearl Alexander, Dennis Neuhaus, Dale Hazard and Jerry Arellano renaming their group one the one-night NYE gig, just for fun! But they’ll be playing all of your old favorite tunes from Classic Rock to Country, to those danceable Oldies. The Oasis will have their bar open from 5 p. m. to 1 a.m. Cheers at midnight!

For New Year’s Eve celebrants who may want to secure lodging for the night, Saguache Today offers the following options in town and just a short walk away from the party!

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