Vero Beach gala to help the Environmental Learning Center

December 11, 2016 by  

Vero Beach’s Environmental Learning Center helps visitors from all over learn more about the local environment, the threats it faces, and the ways they can make a difference. One way they can help is by attending its upcoming gala event.

The evening, which will have a theme of ‘Cuba Circa 1951’ will take place in the Orchid Island Beach Club. It will kick off with hors d’ouvres in the Oceanfront Garden, which will be followed by a full course seated dinner with a live auction and entertainment. After that, it will be time to dance the night away to the sounds of the Killer Wails. Stationery printers can be called upon to supply everything from printed invitations to menus, table place cards, auction sheets, and other items that can help to make an event like this as successful as possible.

A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available, ranging from Mojito Sponsor level at $500 to Presenting Sponsor level for $10,000. Each will receive its own set of benefits for doing so. Donations from those who are not able to attend but who would still like to help will be gratefully accepted.

The gala will be held on January 13 at the Orchid Beach Club. Tickets start at $200 per person, with VIP passes priced at $400, Anyone who is interested in purchasing tickets or finding out more can do so by visiting the Environmental Learning Center’s website.