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An Evening on the Flatirons
Wednesday, October 22

With the soaring rock formations known as the Flatirons as the backdrop, attendees enjoyed an evening of traditional Western cuisine under the stars. Held at the National Center for Atmospheric Research's Mesa Lab, this evening offered an excellent opportunity to network and relax after a full day of sessions.

The Mesa Lab was designed by architect I.M. Pei and is set high above Boulder against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The laboratory is a striking, futuristic structure, influenced by the ancient Native American cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. Because of its unusual beauty, the Mesa lab is world-renowned as an architectural icon.

Thank you again to our sponsor, Powersmiths.

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