Time: September 5, 2013 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Lairmont Manor
Street: 405 Fieldston Rd
Website or Map: http://www.re-sources.org/eve…
Event Type: awards, banquet
Organized By: Hannah Coughlin
Latest Activity: Aug 10, 2013
Join us for the Tenth Annual Environmental Heroes Awards Banquet & Fundraiser - our tenth year celebrating our community's commitment to environmental stewardship. This evening's celebration is a tribute to the work invested in keeping our home thriving and beautiful, while stocking RE Sources' coffers to continue our part in that work.
The evening will begin with a cocktail social hour from 5:30-6:30pm - a great opportunity to get to know RE Sources' supporters and collaborators, our elected officials and candidates, and the movers and shakers of our community. Enjoy live music by Walt Burkett & Darla Bradshaw Lobb while touring Lairmont's breathtaking gardens. Boundary Bay's reserve beer and a selection of award-winning wines will be sold by the glass or bottle (non-taxed) at the no-host bar.
We are pleased to feature two fresh local meal options crafted by Crave Catering: a wild-caught salmon with mango salsa or portobello stuffed with herbs and goat cheese, both served with green basmati and broccoli raab. The meal will begin with spinach salad with red wine soaked cranberries, blue vein cheese and shallot vinaigrette and finish decadently with Crave's famous flourless chocolate torte.
WHAT: 10th Annual Environmental Heroes Awards Banquet & Fundraiser
WHEN: Thursday, September 5th 2013
5:30-6:30pm Cocktail Social Hour
WHERE: Lairmont Manor Estate and Gardens; 405 Fieldston Road, Bellingham
TICKETS: $50 per person; includes the price of dinner*
HEROES: The five Heroes, nominated by the public, will be announced July 23rd, 2013.
DRESS: Bellingham-casual (like dressy casual, but with Birkenstocks). We'll be outside under a tent; warm dress is encouraged.
*Ticket sales, drink proceeds, and donations go to support RE Sources' mission to promote sustainable communities and protect human and environmental health through application of science, education, advocacy and action.