Enjoy delicious food, holiday music and the Festival of Trees at the Dearborn Community Arts Council's annual Preview p"ART"y Fundraiser from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19.
The event takes place Sunday. Nov. 19 from 1-4 p.m. at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center, located at 15801 Michigan Ave. in Dearborn. Parking is ample and free.
Admission is $20 and offers holiday shoppers a chance to discover the one-of-a-kind artwork and affordable crafts available at this year’s Holiday Boutique, as well as admission to the 33rd Annual Festival of Trees in the recently remodeled Hubbard Ballroom. Guests will also enjoy delicious food, holiday music and desserts from area restaurants at the Holiday Sky Lounge on the Theater Mezzanine of the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center.
The fundraising party also includes a Silent Auction with a Mystery Treasures Raffle Drawing and more.
Proceeds from the Preview p“ART”y Fundraiser benefit community programs and services provided by the DCAC.
For more information or to reserve tickets, contact DCAC Executive Director Ralph Valdez at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-943-3095.
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The Dearborn Community Arts hosted the annual First Lady's Tea on Saturday, April 29 at Dearborn Hills Golf Course, honoring Dearborn's first lady, Christina O'Reilly. Guests had the opportunity to win raffle items and packages, including original art and gift cards. This year's distinguished guest speaker was Carolyn Cassin, President and CEO of Michigan Women's Foundation.
The Dearborn Community Arts Council is once again hosting the annual First Lady’s Tea honoring Dearborn’s First Lady, Christina O’Reilly while celebrating culture, creativity and the Art of Tea on Saturday, April 29 at the Dearborn Hills Golf Course Clubhouse at 1 p.m.
This elegant fundraiser and traditional Luncheon Tea offers a fun filled afternoon in a refined atmosphere of beauty and luxury and is highly anticipated every year by many in the community who enjoy the “Art of Tea”.
Tables are artistically decorated by arts supporters, prominent community members and cultural and business organizations. The afternoon begins with music and mimosas and a leisurely stroll of the clubhouse, taking in the wide array of creatively decorated tables, while being serenaded by a a classical string trio. The Luncheon features an assortment of fine teas complimented by a tasty Michigan salad, delicious assorted tea sandwiches, scones and muffins, as well as a buffet of healthy fruits and decadent desserts. In addition to the door prizes, each guest also receives a special gift bag. There will also be chances to win wonderful gift items and packages including original art, gift cards, and to shop the Teatime Treasures Auction and Raffle. Another highlight of the event is a personal message of empowerment courtesy of this year’s distinguished guest speaker Carolyn Cassin, President and CEO, Michigan Women’s Foundation.
Proceeds from the First Lady’s Tea go towards programs and activities provided by the DCAC and its partnering arts groups, as well as activities of Dearborn Senior Services. Information provided below on tables now available for decorating or single tickets.
Tickets are $35 per person. Reservations can be made online, or through the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center Box Office in person, or by phone: 313-943-2354, or by sending your $35 check made out to DCAC, to 15801 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, 48126 - ATTN: FLT
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