The Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) is preparing for their annual fall gala taking place on Saturday, November 14th, 6 – 11 PM. Dining by Design is their signature fundraiser, which supports high quality arts programs that enrich the lives of at-risk youth, and low-income and infirm seniors.
Dining by Design 2015 – Greenscape will be held at Grounds For Sculpture. Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a 3-course dinner with wine pairings will be catered by Stephen STARR Events. Dinner will begin at 7:30 PM.
The evening will feature Party Boards such as Art Museum Tour & Mediterra Dinner, Fais Do-Do/Cajun Dance Party, Tequila Fest! The Live Auction will be led by special guest Auctioneer Sebastian Clarke of Rago Auctions and Antiques Roadshow. Some items that will go on the block include Nantucket in September, New York Culture Vulture Weekend (MoMA, Met Opera and 2-night stay at Penn Club), and Take it to the Max! Dinner Party for 10 (Max Hansen Caterer). One of the evening’s highlights will be the Community and Performing Arts (CAPs) percussion performance presented by ACP students taught by David Eural, ACP Program Coordinator Rich Robinson, and ACP Artistic Director Maria Evans.
ACP Board Vice President Julia Gilbert is the event chair. Purchase tickets as soon as possible if you would like to attend Dining by Design 2015 – Greenscape online here.
Arts Council of Princeton is a non-profit organization, so event tickets are tax-deductible for any amount paid over $100 per guest attending.
Sponsorships are also welcome at five different levels. Sponsors receive prime seating, listing on the invitation, program booklet, slideshow at the event, in ACP printed annual donor lists, and recognition on the ACP website throughout the year. Click here for more details.
There are other ways to support ACP if you cannot attend. Besides donations and sponsorships, they always accept volunteers, and you can also help by shopping via Amazon Smile.