Roxey Ballet’s Annual Spring Fundraiser
Roots to Grow, Wings to Fly
The Prallsville Mills
33 Risler Street, Stockton, NJ 08559
A special evening to recognize and celebrate the imprint of the Roxey Ballet in our community; from bringing movement to those who would otherwise not have access to it, to instilling life-long discipline and drive for young dancers. The number of individuals that the Roxey Ballet has touched reaches into the thousands and spans 22 years in Hunterdon County, NJ.
Enjoy dinner and dancing at the historic Prallsville Mills, the original home of the Roxey Ballet, along with unlimited local beers, wine and cocktails. This event is for guests 21 and over.
HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ — Woodlands Wildlife Refuge will host its 20th Annual Spring for Wildlife Gala on Friday, April 7, 2017 from 6:30pm–10:30pm. The organization’s largest FUNdraising event will be held at Hunterdon Hills Playhouse in Union Township. Proceeds benefit Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, a charitable organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of New Jersey’s orphaned and injured wildlife and educating the public about wild animal habits and habitats since 1986.
Get jazzed for spring with live entertainment by Dave Antonow Band with Kerry Blue – contemporary jazz and pop. Get psyched and experience the mysterious mind of mentalist Ted St. James! The Mysterious Mind Of Ted Saint James is a fun and amazing interactive mentalism presentation. Ted has been spellbinding audiences for over 20 years with demonstrations of ESP, psychology and memory. His performances always amaze, amuse, and delight even the most skeptical observers. He has performed for colleges, comedy clubs, and Fortune 500 companies all across the country.
In addition, VIP guests will automatically be entered into an exclusive drawing for: a VIP ticket to Spring for Wildlife 2018, Woodlands T-shirt, and $15 of Tricky Tray tickets. The evening’s festivities will include a four course dinner, raffles, and as always a fabulous selection of Silent Auction and Tricky Tray auction items.
Reservations are $85 per person for general admission and $125 per person V.I.P. admission. Reservations can also be made for tables of 6 and 8. Early reservations made by March 17th will receive additional $10 of tricky tray tickets for general admission, and an additional raffle entry for V.I.P admission. All reservations are due by April 3rd. On line registration as well as advertising and sponsorship opportunities are available at www.woodlandswildlife.org or call the Spring for Wildlife Gala Event Hotline at (908) 730-8300 ext. 8.
We welcome you to reserve a table at our 19th Annual Buffalo Watch event at the Readington River Buffalo Farm. The event will be held May 13, 2017 from 9am-5pm. A major part is the craft and antique vendor participation. We welcome your questions and have several available spots on a working local farm.
With our expanded program we expect 8-10,000 attendees for our one day family event. Last year, over 5,000 attendees parked and passed through the large vendor areas.
Conducted on a live, working Buffalo Farm, we expanded for additional vendors, food service trucks and an additional live band. Don’t miss out on this family fun event to present your unique items. Our low registration fees directly support the Whitehouse Rescue Squad.
Several desirable areas remain on level maintained indoor or outdoor areas. You have the option to place your vehicle in your open sales area. Pony rides, face painting, wagon rides running all day. Exhibitors include Wild West cowboys, native American Indians, civil war encampments, military vehicles, live bands, fresh food, wine tasting artists, antique and crafters, face painting, pony rides, live bands, plant and flower sales. Blacksmith demonstration, wolf exhibit, Pink firetruck.
Conducted on a live, working Buffalo Farm, we expanded for additional vendors, food service trucks and an additional live band. Don’t miss out on this family fun event to present your unique items. Our low registration fees directly support the Whitehouse Rescue Squad. Several desirable areas remain on level maintained indoor or outdoor areas. You have the option to place your vehicle in your open sales area. Please refer to our information link http://whitehouserescue.com/custom.html?id=21835
Box City – Nothing Else Like it in Hunterdon County!
Spend the night sleeping outside in a cardboard box (that you bring with you) to raise funds to support Family Promise of Hunterdon County’s homeless families, and to increase awareness about homelessness in our own community. Everyone is welcome to participate by sleeping out, coming for the evening’s festivities until 11pm, or supporting those that do.
We encourage participants of all ages! We welcome youth groups, sports teams, service groups, and families. Don’t forget to get a box for yourself! We recommend looking for a box at: appliance retailers, outdoor furniture stores, car repair companies, etc..
Participants will raise a minimum of $30.00 each, and any participant who raises more than $50.00 will receive a special Box City prize. We would love it if everyone would have a goal of raising $100.00 each to help us help our neighbors in need. We’ll have great prizes for the top individual and team fundraisers (avg. amount raised per team member). Funds raised will help prevent homelessness and provide critically important services and housing for homeless families in Hunterdon.
Weather permitting, we’ll have an outdoor movie & entertainment. Bring games, balls, musical instruments, etc.. We’ll provide dinner, as well as a light breakfast and plenty of beverages. There are indoor restrooms on site, and the area is very safe. For those that don’t want to spend the night, we still welcome your participation! Join us for dinner and a movie and leave by 11pm.
At Girls on the Run we inspire girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind. Trained coaches lead small teams through our research-based curricula which includes dynamic discussions, activities and running games. Over the course of the ten-week program, girls in 3rd-8th grade develop essential skills to help them navigate their worlds and establish a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness. The program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event.%