CREW Concert and Silent Eco-Auction in Bonita Springs
The CREW Land & Water Trust will host its 12th annual Concert and Silent Eco-Auction from 5 to 9 p.m., February 16, at Riverside Park, in Bonita Springs. Highlights include opportunities to bid on many nature-based items, artwork and nature experiences, with live music by the High Voltage Band playing a mix of Motown and current hits. Event proceeds benefit the Dr. David R Cooper Education Fund.
Local food vendors, including Cherie’s Sweet Treats, will be onsite, along with the Rotary Club of Bonita Springs and Momentum Brewhouse, selling local craft beer and wine. Lawn chairs and blankets are recommended; coolers and outside food and beverage are not allowed at this event. Pets are not welcome at this event unless they are service animals.
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Location: 10451 Old 41 Rd. For more information or tickets, email CrewTrust@CrewTrust.org or visit CrewTrust.org or Eventbrite.com.
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