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Inside the Event: A Sabres Celebration - Twigs & Twilight

Mar 18, 2015 12:30PM ● By Becca Newell

Enjoy an evening of cocktails, live music, and more this weekend during the 22nd Annual Sabres Celebration “Twigs & Twilight – Celebrating Branching Out in New Directions.” The biggest fundraiser of the year for Saints Peter and Paul Schools, Twigs and Twilight is not to be missed! 

Additionally, the evening will honor Chris and Angie Potthast for their years of dedication and service to SSPP schools and parish.

Read on for details...


The Basics

Date: Saturday, March 21st

Time: 5:30 p.m.

Location: Talbot Country Club, located at 6142 Country Club Drive in Easton

Website: ssppcs.ejoinme.org


The Details

What can guests expect? A wonderful evening of cocktails, fantastic fare, live music, courtesy of local singer/songwriter Justin Ryan, and incredible live and silent auctions, featuring salon treatments, gym passes, wine and beer tastings, week-long getaways, crab feasts... even puppies. There are so many fun and fanciful items sure to kick off some bidding wars! Click here for the full list. Adding to the fun is the evening's auctioneer, retired anchorman Paul Berry!

Food and drinks? No need to worry about eating beforehand, as the evening boasts entree and dessert stations, along with passed hors d'oeuvres. Tickets include two cocktails, but a cash bar will be open for those craving that third glass of vino!

What about parking? There's plenty of FREE parking at the Talbot Country Club. 

The dress code? While the evening doesn't call for formalwear, it's best to skip the denim for casual cocktail attire.

Are tickets still available? Unfortunately, tickets for the event are sold out. BUT fear not, you can still help Saints Peter and Paul Schools by purchasing any of the pre-auction items. From "Beer & Brats" parties to "Tag Day Cards," click here and start shopping now!

Where do the proceeds go? All proceeds benefit the students of Saints Peter and Paul Elementary, Middle, and High schools by helping to provide essential supplies and programs.