SAVE THE DATE: First Annual Family-Friendly “Picnic Under The Stars” with Boys & Girls Club, Key West Art & Historical Society, Mote Marine, and Womankind

Leaders of four of the island’s community organizations are joining forces to create an evening  “Picnic Under The Stars" fund & awareness raiser at Fort East Martello on January 23, 2016. Pictured are (left to right): Mote Marine Laboratory Florida Keys Development Director Jason Wolf, Womankind Assistant Director Cali Roberts, Key West Art & Historical Society Executive Director Michael Gieda, Womankind Executive Director Kim Romano, Boys & Girls Club Assistant Executive Director Susan Kent.
Leaders of four of the island’s community organizations are joining forces to create an evening “Picnic Under The Stars” fund & awareness raiser at Fort East Martello on January 23, 2016. Pictured are (left to right): Mote Marine Laboratory Florida Keys Development Director Jason Wolf, Womankind Assistant Director Cali Roberts, Key West Art & Historical Society Executive Director Michael Gieda, Womankind Executive Director Kim Romano, Boys & Girls Club Assistant Executive Director Susan Kent.

Four of the island’s community organizations are joining forces to celebrate an evening “Picnic Under The Stars” at Fort East Martello on January 23, 2016, starting at 5:00 pm.

Participants can bring a blanket to this family-friendly event and raise a toast to the environmental, education, arts and culture, and health care missions that each organization maintains while enjoying live music, food truck vendors, libations, and games and activities for kids. Gourmet picnic baskets from select restaurants will be available for pre-purchase, and raffle tickets featuring a cultural trip for two to Cuba, art bikes, and signed Guy Harvey prints will also be available.

Tickets for this joint fundraiser are only $10 and can be purchased at the door or online at KWAHS.ORG— pre-order your picnic basket online as well. “Picnic Under The Stars” is sponsored by Shipyard Brewing, Refreshment Services Pepsi, Papa’s Pilar, Bombora Vodka, Guy Harvey Ocean, Green Parrot Bar, and Florida Keys T.R.E.E. Institute. For more information, contact Key West Art & Historical Society Development Director Christine Nottage at 305.295.6616 x 111 or cnottage@kwahs.org

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