Enjoy a South African Braai
Tickets: $75 each
4:30 – 5:30 Drinks and Appetizers
5:30 – 6:00 Presentation with Stephanie Ellis, Wild Care’s Executive Director
6:00 – 8:00 Dinner and entertainment by Sarah Burrill
Nickerson (Wild Care Owl) and Turtle 45 to welcome you!
Enjoy the taste of a South African Bar-B-Q, Vegan & Vegetarian Fare with chef and owner Sanette Groenewald.
EVENT FOLLOW UP
Wild Care Inc, hosted a mouth watering South African Bar-B-Q at Karoo Restaurant in Eastham, on Sunday, May 6, 2018. Guests arrived at 4:30 PM for drinks and appetizers. A presentation was given by Stephanie Ellis, Wild Care’s Executive Director from 5:30 – 6 PM. Dinner was from 6-8 PM.
Wild Care supporters and friends enjoyed the savory taste of a South African Bar-B-Q and the delightful signature drink of the night – African Sunrise. The menu also included vegan and vegetarian versions of traditional dishes.
A highlight of the evening was a live presentation with “Nickerson”, Wild Care’s educational Eastern Screech Owl and Turtle 45, a gorgeous and unique Eastern Box Turtle who truly loves people!
Wild Care was able to raise $ 1,895 thanks to our gracious supporters. We are so appreciative and grateful to the community and all the support they provide, so that Wild Care can continue its mission of rehabilitating injured or sick animals and releasing them back to the wild.
Karoo is located on 3 Main St (Rt. 6). Unit 32B, Eastham. 508-255-8288. http://karoorestaurants.com
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
RSVP through 5 PM April 27, 2018
- Buy tickets online through Eventbrite
- Or email [email protected]
- Full details at www.wildcarecapecod.org
- Vegetarian and Vegan fare available
- Silent auction to benefit Wild Care
- Cash bar and additional beverages available for purchase
- Signature drink: African Sunrise!
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