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Celebrate in style INSIDER EVENTS H Three Crowns wedding venue has become a popular place to be ere's some advice for the region's you get the reputation." brides-to-be: If you're planning to And word has spread. The club has no hold your big day at the new Three more openings for a wedding during the Crowns wedding venue, plan ahead. upcoming season. Due to popular demand, the course is With the success of the in-season bookcompletely booked this season. ings, Moore said the club is looking to A few years ago, Three Crowns didn't bring in more events throughout the year. even host major events like weddings or The facilities can accommodate up to 300 class reunions. But with stunning views of guests, though an event this year will atCasper Mountain, General Manager Chris tract up to 400 guests, Moore expects. Moore couldn't resist. Moore converted part of the practice tee to accommodate weddings and provide enough space for a large event and excellent views of the 8,000-foot-high mountain. A twostory deck allows for dancing and mingling under the stars. "We have become one of the prominent venues in town," Moore said. "You've got to provide the unique experience, and if you do, Three Crowns can now host weddings and other major events. BOOK A TEE TIME MICHAEL ISRAEL HEADLINES UNITED WAY CHARITY EVENT Hosting a fund-raiser featuring an extravagant performance artist isn't typical for a golf course in the middle of summer. Click here But Three Crowns is partnerfor video ing with the Wyoming United of Michael Way to bring in Michael Israel, Israel. whose music-themed art performances have entertained fans worldwide. The United Way hopes to clear at least $40,000 from the event, Moore said. "This event started off as a small idea and it just got huge," Moore said. Moore estimated that as many as 400 fans will attend the event. Hosting an upscale event like Michael Israel is part of Moore's plan to provide Casper-area residents with unique entertainment options. "There's a lot of oil money in town and if they want to do something nice they have to go out of town," Moore said. "This is the biggest thing Casper has seen in quite a while." CLICK HERE TO REQUEST MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HOLDING YOUR NEXT EVENT AT THREE CROWNS

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