The Redding Land Trust will hold its third annual summer fundraiser on Saturday, August 25th, from 4-7 p.m. “Party by the Pond” will feature spectacular views and delectable food and drinks, with hors d’oeuvres and small bites created by Bethel’s Taproot Restaurant. The evening will also include local brews and wines, a special signature cocktail, and live music.
Redding Land Trust invites guests to enjoy a stroll around the land trust’s hidden treasure, the Poliak Pond & Trails, located on Simpaug Turnpike. Guests can mingle with friends, neighbors, and fans of the Redding Land Trust while supporting the Trust’s commitment to land conservation.
Previous events have included the 2016 Wine Talk and Meadow Walk and last year’s dinner at Warrup’s Farm to help celebrate Redding’s 250th birthday.
This year, the Redding Land Trust will unveil one of its hidden treasures – acres of woods, a rolling meadow and a pond complete with beaver dam and a new bridge built by a team of volunteers. “What better way to celebrate Redding’s beauty and open space, than exploring this beautiful property while enjoying delicious food and refreshing beverages?” said Redding Land Trust Co-President Silvia Erskine.
Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit reddingctlandtrust.org for more information. Tickets are available directly at this link: https://www.brownpapertickets.
Interested in being a sponsor for “Party by the Pond?” Email email@example.com.
About Redding Land Trust
Founded in 1965, the Redding Land Trust is now steward of about 1,800 acres of land in Redding and Bethel, CT. Redding Land Trust is dedicated to protecting Redding’s woods, meadows, wetlands and vistas for the benefit of our town’s residents and visitors, our wildlife and natural resources, and for future generations.