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Spring Party 2021
Join us for the premier networking event of the season – the annual Community Foundation of Howard County Spring Party! The business and nonprofit communities will gather – virtually – for this always-fun evening of networking and socializing with CFHoCo’s incredible donors, friends and community leaders.
THE EVENING WILL FEATURE:
- Lots of opportunities to network with old and new friends
- Silent Auction featuring a bevy of enticing items from local partners
- A virtual tasting from your choice of beverage experts
- An engaging historical presentation on Athol Manor, our future home, by Shawn Gladden, the Executive Director of the Howard County Historical Society
Tickets are $50 and include access to the event via Zoom along with a customizable gift bag of goodies for the festivities for one person. You pick your drink package, and we’ll be sure to give you party favors to enjoy during the event.
- Beer Lover: Enjoy a seasonal sampler of four, 12-oz cans from our local partner, Black Flag Brewing Co.
- Wine Lover: Choose between two bottles of intriguing white or red wines selected by a sommelier at our wine partner, Total Wine & More. Pick white or red when you buy your ticket.
- Non-Alcohol/Cocktail Lover: A full kit from our friends at Sobar to provide a tasty non-alcoholic mocktail, the “Clementine Fizz”
- No Gift Bag Option: Please use all of my ticket revenue as a $50 donation to the Community Foundation
If buying more than one ticket, feel free to mix and match your drink packages to fit your tastes or try a little bit of everything. Gift bags will be available for curbside pick up outside the foundation from 4-7 p.m. on May 26. We’re located across the parking lot from the Mall at 10440 Little Patuxent Parkway.
For more than 50 years, the Community Foundation of Howard County has been a stabilizing force in the community, inspiring lifelong giving and connecting people, places and organizations to worthy causes across Howard County and beyond. In good times and in crisis, CFHoCo is here for Howard County. We hope you’ll join us on May 27 for our Spring Party!