Wild Winter Night 2020
Thank you to all who attended our Wild Winter Night event on Saturday, Feb. 8th at the Orleans-Eastham Elks Lodge. What a great event! We had over 200 guests, great food, great auction items, and definitely a great time. The event generated over $42,000 for Wild Care. Thank you to our Sponsors, local businesses, volunteers, and individuals who supported this event, and thank you especially to our Volunteer Event Coordinator, Jan Raffaele.
Advance Tickets: $35 (*ONLINE TICKET SALES HAVE NOW CLOSED.)
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]
*Online ticket sales will end on February 7, 2020 at 5 PM. However, you can still register for the event at the Elks Lodge in Eastham anytime after 5 on February 8th, tickets at the door are $40.
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