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2019 Fall Fundraiser!
October 18, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm MDT$40
Be the Bee’s Knees for birds and join us at Bird Conservancy’s Annual Fundraiser on Oct. 18 at Denver Museum of Nature & Science! Invite your favorite dames or fellas, too – all are welcome.
We’re celebrating our Executive Director’s 20th Anniversary with the organization with a roaring ’20s theme. The Museum’s Schlessman Hall will be transformed into our “Speakeasy” for the evening!
Drinks, heavy hors d’oeuvres and desserts provided.
No need to don your glad rags. Dress is business casual. 1920’s garb is welcome. No feathers though, or you’ll get the bum’s rush!
Tickets are $40 per person and proceeds go to support Bird Conservancy’s critical bird conservation, education and land stewardship efforts in Colorado and beyond.
Our program features a live and silent auction to raise critical funds for Bird Conservancy. Click here to view our online catalog of auction items: https://bit.ly/2AYESmH
Your RSVP by October 13 is greatly appreciated for planning purposes. Reserve your spot at www.birdconservancy.org/fallevent or by phone: (303) 659-4348 ext. 12.
Thank you to our Event Sponsors: Denver Museum of Nature & Science, United Power, Pawnee Buttes Seed Co., TBK Bank, Wild Birds Unlimited in Denver & Arvada, and Westervelt Ecological Services.
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