Wild Winter Night 2020

 

 

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Advance Tickets: $35

At the Door Tickets: $40

Early Bird Special: $60

Early Birds at Wild Winter Night from 4 to 5 PM, a private gathering at the Elks Lodge includes: 2 free drinks (wine or beer), early silent auction bidding, and, best of all, meet and learn about Wild Care’s owl ambassadors, Up Up and Nickerson – up close and personal – with Q&A and pictures.

 

Bring your appetite and join us for our largest fundraising event of the year!
It is always sure to please!!

Date: February 8th, 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: Elks Lodge, 10 McKoy Road, Eastham

  • Live Auction Hosted by Richard Provencher, Master of Ceremonies
  • Live Music with Bert Jackson & Scott Lariviere
  • Live & Silent Auction, Prize Drawings
  • Tickets include Appetizers, Dessert, & Soft Drinks
  • Lobster Rolls, Fish, Hot Dogs, Burgers, Veggie Burgers & Chowder from George’s Place Fish Market Available for Purchase
  • Cash Bar

For additional information or questions, email [email protected]

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