Committee Chairs Julie Delaney and Margarete van Antwerpen graciously invite you to the annual fundraising luncheon to benefit Historic Spanish Point on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 11:00am. Located at Michael's On East, the event will feature unique culinary entertainment by celebrity chef Judi Gallagher, and catering impresario Phil Mancini. Expect a dazzling selection of raffle baskets and exciting live auction of travel and leisure opportunities by Michael Klauber, co-proprietor of Michael's On East.
Luncheon tickets may be purchased at $75 Member, $85 Non-Member, and $125 Patron by calling 941-966-5214 x230. Sponsorship opportunities are available and come with exciting benefits. Learn more about the event at www.historicspanishpoint.org/luncheon.
This year’s Honorary Chair is B.J. Creighton. Serving on the committee are; Sara Bagley, Carmen Baskind, Ann Gamble Blechta, Paula Clemow, Kathy Coffey, Antonette Cunningham, Laura Dean, Susan Featherman, Barbara Freeman, LeeAnn Gladding, Mary Beth Goddard, Mary Evelyn Guyton, Mimi Hernandez, Gail Hruby, Pauline Joerger, Clauie Lauren, Cornelia Matson, Ann Y. Moore, Deborah Nethery, Laura Peters, Cerita Purmort, Sandy Rollings, Lue Stryker, Cindy Stuhley, and Sandy Werft.
As with past luncheons, proceeds from "A Decade of Inspiring Cuisine" will support the educational programs of the museum which is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. Historic Spanish Point serves the Sarasota community by providing programs so that visitors to the historic site may learn about archaeology, Florida’s pioneer life, the fascinating life of Mrs. Potter Palmer, and the
environment. Annually, over 25,000 visitors from the local area, from throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe experience the wonders of this unique 30 acre outdoor museum.
Historic Spanish Point opened to the public in April of 1982 and is open daily with admission. Individual and Corporate Memberships are available. The museum is located at 337 N. Tamiami Trail, Osprey, FL 34229. Call 941-966-5214 or visit www.historicspanishpoint.org to learn more.