"Give the gift of nature to children in need" with A Taste of Nature

July 6th fundraiser for CCMNH KidSummer and education programs

The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History presents A Taste for Nature Fundraiser Thursday, July 6, 2017 from 5pm-7pm with Master of Ceremonies, NECN Meteorologist, Tim Kelley! The event will be held at and made possible through the generosity of Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club, 2907 Main Street/Rte.6A, Brewster.
 
Join us for wine and fantastic hors d'oeuvres on the Ocean Terrace with spectacular views of Cape Cod Bay at Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club. Want to win an overnight get-away at Martha’s Vineyard’s exclusive Charlotte Inn, including roundtrip airfare on Cape Air, or two nights in Awesome Boston including roundtrip Ferry, stay at the downtown Doubletree Hotel, behind the scenes tour of the New England Aquarium and passes & lunch at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, or a private winemaker tour at First Crush Wineries in Harwich for 8!  For every $350 donated to send a kid to KidSummer, you will be entered to win one of these fabulous prizes! Also at the event: Raffle tickets for Bonus Buckets and Food Frenzy boxes, the unbelievable Wine Grab, and a sealed bid auction for some outstanding prizes.
 
Since 1954, the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History’s mission has been to inspire appreciation, understanding and stewardship of our natural environment through discovery and learning. 
 
Tickets are $75 per person and $125 per couple and can be purchased online at www.ccmnh.org or by calling 508-896-3867, ext. 133. Unable to attend? You can still help by making a donation at www.ccmnh.org - any amount is greatly appreciated! Thank YOU!

 


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