“Plant. Growe. Celebrate.” [Partner Event]

Via elephant journal
on Apr 21, 2013
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With the growing season underway and Earth Day four days earlier, Growe is hosting “Plant. Growe. Celebrate,” A fun filled night of music and dancing, food, drinks and unique fundraising items.

Chef Kyle of The Kitchen will prepare a spring-inspired menu of appetizers and tasty food for guests to enjoy and wine, Avery Beer and champagne will be available for your refreshment as you dance the night away with DJ Get Up and Dance. Finish of the night with dessert from Kim and Jakes Cakes and Nathan Miller Chocolates. Gather up your friends, put on your best spring cocktail attire, and be sure to get some memorable photos from the Photo Booth while supporting the Garden to Table programs in BVSD schools.

Buy your tickets now!

And check out the Growe Spring Fundraiser Facebook Page.

About Growe: The Growe Foundation operates 18 gardens in Boulder Valley School District, and provides schools with a Garden to Table program that integrates into the curriculum.  Growe is growing and continues to need the support of the local community in its efforts to educate children how food choices affects the health of their bodies and the planet. Learn more about the Growe Foundation and its Garden to Table program at Growe Foundation.

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Ed: Kate Bartolotta



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