Thursday, January 29, 2015

Denver Happy Hour @ Uncle Joe's (891 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202), Wednesday, February 11th 5:30-7:30pm

The Co-Host for the February Denver Happy Hour is Sarah Muller (Dental Hygienist, Aspen Dental in Cherry Creek).  I met Sarah through our mutual friend Jeremy Atencio.  She is pursuing a lifelong dream of volunteering overseas, Global Dental Relief.   She is fundraising.  Please scroll down for more info on how to help :)

Uncle Joe's is a new Hong Kong eatery located at the base of the Spire!  Come check it and us out!

Uncle Joe's

Wednesday, February 11th

Please join us on Wednesday, February 11th
Denver Happy Hour is the way you want networking to be. Here's the Concept. A New Co-Host(s) & Bar/Restaurant Once a Month. Free Appetizers and Happy Hour Cocktails from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. A Great way to meet new people, catch up with friends, help local businesses and Explore Denver. It's the Best Excuse to mingle during the week.

Uncle Joe's
Happy Hour Specials from 5:30p to 7:30p
Networking 5:30p to 7:30p
891 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202
+More About the Co-Host

Sarah Muller is a Dental Hygienist whom currently works at Aspen Dental in Cherry Creek.  
She has over 10 years of experience in dental hygiene and is the lead hygienist with a staff of 
8 under her.  Sarah is pursuing a lifelong dream of volunteering overseas.  She has come upon
the opportunity of volunteering in Nepal this coming April. She will be joining 17 others with Global 
Dental Relief, A non-profit based out of Denver.  She and her dental team will be treating over a 
100 children a day in the Kathmandu Valley.  She is doing some fundraising to helpher in this 
amazing journey to help children.  Please support her at this upcoming happy hour.  She will be 
doing a raffle for some great prizes. 

If you cannot attend the happy hour and would still like to support her, please feel free to mail her a 
check or use Paypal.  All donations are tax deductible.

- All donations over $50 will receive a written receipt from Global Dental Relief:   Check Only
- If tax deduction is not of concern please make check out to Sarah Muller or use Paypal

Paypal Account: 
Checks made payable to:  Global Dental Relief -  Sarah Muller/Nepal 2015 (in the memo)

Checks mailed to:
Sarah Muller
4038 Lowell Blvd
Denver, CO 80211

Thank You in Advance,

Sarah Muller

~More about Uncle Joe's
Dr. Dennis K. Law The concept for Uncle Joe’s, a Hong Kong Bistro came from Dennis Law MD.  He retired from a career as a well-known surgeon in Denver, Colorado in 2001 and has since devoted his life and his second career to the promotion of multiculturalism.  Brought up in Hong Kong bilingually, his higher educational achievements in the United States make him most appreciative of cultural differences between the East and the West.  This positions him best to introduce a new style of culinary art to North American consumers.
Dr. Law started his career in art and culture and in the field of entertainment by producing Warriors of Virtue in 1996, a feature film distributed by MGM, Warner Brothers and Columbia Artist worldwide.  In China, he also produced a prize-winning CCTV children’s film Xiwa and the acclaimed television series April Rhapsody.  After the acquisition of The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts in 2002, Dr. Law utilized The Centre to act as a launching site for a new genre of Action-Musicals. Since 2002, nine Action-Musicals (Of Heaven & Earth, Terracotta Warriors, Senses, Heartbeat, Tang Concubines, Phoenixia, Heartbeat Hawaii, Monkey King and Senses, Las Vegas) have been performed nearly a thousand times in major venues of North America and China, a feat that is without equal in the history of Chinese performing arts.  In 2005, Dr. Law was nominated for a Toronto Dora Award for Best Direction of a Musical for the show Heartbeat. His production company, Sight, Sound & Action also gathered a total of seven Dora Award nominations, while Tang Concubines won Dora Awards for Best Costume Design and Best Choreography in 2007 and Monkey King won for Best Choreography in 2010. The world premiere of the first Chinese Rock-Musical, Monkey King, was history making for Chinese musical theater both in Beijing and worldwide.  In 2011, Monkey King became the first theatrical work ever to be shot and produced as a 3D high-definition movie and Blue-Ray DVD, and this 3D cinematic version won the Best Foreign Film Award at the Korean 3D Film Festival in 2012.  His current production of Terracotta Warriors 3D is a landmark achievement because it is unequivocally the first 3D theatrical show in history. Dr. Law continues to dedicate himself to giving Chinese performing arts a proud legacy in the international marketplace.
The launching of Uncle Joe’s – a Hong Kong Bistro represents Dr. Law’s latest attempt to achieve a new milestone in multicultural understanding and appreciation.
This restaurant concept is a heart-felt tribute to an extraordinary man’s good taste for life and for food, created by his four sons, all physicians and surgeons in the United States.
To Good Health!  Bon Appetit!