Tickets went on sale for Woodcock Nature Center‘s fall benefit, “Under the Harvest Moon,” in early August, and officials there say the event is close to being sold out. The benefit, planned for the evening of Friday, Sept. 13, is scheduled to take place in Woodcock’s picturesque candlelit pavilion and surrounding grounds for over 150 guests.
Last year’s event did sell out, so supporters interested in attending are encouraged to purchase tickets as soon as they can.
“We are thrilled by the response to this event which supports all the wonderful educational programming Woodcock Nature Center provides to our community,” says executive director Lenore Herbst. “We’ll turn Friday the 13th into your lucky day with good company, great music, fantastic food, silent and live auction items all to support educational programs at the nature center.”
Ticket holders can expect a fun and relaxed evening of farm-to table food donated by local farms, including Ambler Farm, Horseshoe Farm and The Hickories, and creatively prepared by chef Sarah Bouissou of Sarah’s Wine Bar. There will also be food from No. 109 Cheese and Wine plus wine tasting with Cellar XV Wine Market and a tasting with craft brewers from Nod Hill Brewery as well as selections from Two Roads and Palm.
Guests will also enjoy music by local musicians, including Horseshoe Farm’s farmer Pete Campbell, as well as a silent and live auction, all to support educational programs at the nature center. Tickets are $90 each, and can be purchased on the Woodcock Nature Center website.
GOOD Morning Wilton is proud to be a sponsor of the event.