Wining and Dining for Wildlife Benefit

 Wildlife Center of VA 035-1Pignoli, Athena and Grayson invite you to CAFFE BOCCE

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 for “Wining and Dining for Wildlife”

 A Benefit for the Wildlife Center of Virginia

Sunday, January 12, from 5 to 8 PM

Love Wine? Wildlife? Fine Dining?

Start off 2014 in a philanthropic mode and enjoy the evening benefitting the rescued birds and animals at the Wildlife Center of Virginia!

To see more of these education ambassadors go to The Wildlife Center of Virginia site.

Guests will be greeted by volunteer Bill Sykes and one of the Wildlife Center’s avian ambassadors.  Between courses of the delectable three-course meal, guests will meet other ambassadors such as majestic Broad-winged Hawk, Grayson, and lovely and inscrutable Barred Owl, Athena.  These ambassadors will share their stories and tell guests how the Wildlife Center of Virginia has worked for more than 30 years to help all Virginia’s wild creatures.

  Tickets are $50.00 per person, exclusive of tax, tip, and alcohol.

Caffe Bocce will donate 30% of the ticket price to the Wildlife Center of Virginia.  

 

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About Tricia Traugott

Wine is my passion, real estate feeds it! Tricia & Bob are Better Homes & Garden Real Estate III Realtors in Charlottesville, VA, blogging about real estate news, travel and wine. Coming to Virginia? Give us a call! http://www.welcomehomecharlottesville.com
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2 Responses to Wining and Dining for Wildlife Benefit

  1. scout says:

    That looks like fun!!

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