‘Diamonds & Denim,’ ‘English Tea’ are favorite tumble events
September 24, 2017 - fall Denim
“Diamonds Denim,” a retreat raffle and wordless auction, is entrance adult on Saturday, Oct 7, charity a eventuality to win adult to $10,000.
Hosted by a Homebuilders Association of Middle Georgia, a eventuality will be hold during a Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins. Event coordinator Sheree Nadeau describes a dusk as a ideal “fall bash.”
“We wish everybody to come out and join us for a night of fun, food, drinks and live song from a ultimate celebration band, A2Z.”
Single tickets for a eventuality are $35, or $65 for couples, and are accessible during a door. Raffle tickets are $100, that admits dual people. A limit of 300 and a smallest of 200 tickets will be sole for a possibility to win a money prize. A apportionment of a deduction advantages a Museum of Aviation. Doors open during 6 p.m. with a duty finale during 11 p.m.
For finish sum about Diamonds and Denim hit Bonnie Smith or Rachel Shurling during 478-471-8293, or email email@example.com.
English Tea and Fashion Show
The internal section of The Daughters of a British Empire will horde a renouned “Traditional English Tea and Fashion Show” on Sunday, Oct 15, during 2:30 p.m. The entertainment has turn a tradition in Middle Georgia and is a ideal eventuality to wear your favorite hat. This year a tea will be hold during a Fairway Ridge Club House during Houston Springs, 375 Pebble Beach Drive, in Perry. Tickets are $25 though are limited. Reserved tables are accessible in seating arrangements of 4 or six.
One of a special facilities of a tea is that guest will be “piped” in by a drum vital in finish Scottish uniform. The Middle Georgia Flute Choir will perform and, as an combined captivate this year, a plein atmosphere (to paint in outside daylight) artist from a Ocmulgee Arts Association will have paintings on display. Also, there will be a wordless auction and a “grand raffle” that includes themed baskets.
For tickets, hit Anne Sanders, eventuality coordinator, during 478-335-1487, or firstname.lastname@example.org; or revisit a British Pantry Tea Room, 100 Houston Lake Blvd., Centerville.
Proceeds from a tea advantage Mountbatten House retirement home portion group and women comparison and that operates underneath a clientele of a Daughters of a British Empire (DBE). DBE is a non-profit, American free multitude for ladies of British or British Commonwealth skirmish (or ladies married to group of British or British Commonwealth descent). Complete information about a classification is online during www.dbesociety.org.
Marsha Priest Buzzell is a executive executive of a Warner Robins Convention Visitors Bureau and might be contacted during 478-922-5100 or email@example.com.