TOUR, TOAST & TASTE

Celebrating 35 Years
Connecting People with Nature at
Pickering Creek Audubon Center


June 10, 2017
5:30 PM


Harleigh Estate
Oxford, MD
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EVENT SPONSORS

Northern Harrier
Chip & Sally Akridge
Bruce Wiltsie & Bill Davenport

Great Blue Heron
Cheryl Tritt & Phil Walker
Dock Street Foundation
Out of the Fire

Wood Thrush
Wayne & Joyce Bell
Bartlett Griffin & Vermilye
Colin Walsh & Carolyn Williams
Bill & Mary Griffin
Chesapeake Audubon Society
Wayne & Jodi Shaner
Shore Bancshares
Stuart & Melissa Strahl
The Hill Group at Morgan Stanley
The Wilford Nagel Group at Morgan Stanley
The Tilghman Family
Star Democrat
The Frederick Richmond Foundation
Clay Railey & Don Wooters

Saltmarsh Sparrow
Wye Garden, LLC
Ewing Dietz Fountain & Kaludis
Jo Storey

Kens Creative Kitchen
Joe & Mary Lou Peters
Phil & Charlotte Sechler
George & Cemmy Peterson



If you would like information about
sponsoring this event, please
call Mark at 410-822-4903d


Pickering Creek Audubon Center will host its tenth Tour, Toast & Taste event along the shores of Trippe Creek in the beautiful 19th century Harleigh Estate.

Passing through the ornate gates and down the lane to the elegant 19th century manor house of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Akridge III, guests will check in, and enter the home to learn about the history of the home and some of its special features and stories from docents and our host. Guests will exit the house to enjoy delectable wines and delicious hors d’ouevres under the tent, live music and bidding on on a wide variety of intriguing dinners, unique events and auction items offered by community leaders who support Pickering Creek Audubon Center's efforts on the Mid-Shore to connect people with nature.

Harleigh is all about the land—preservation and conservation. A number of major restorations and additions have been made since the owners purchased the farm in the early 1980s, including adding more land for conservation, installing formal gardens, a pergola and terraces, geothermal air handling wells, a north wing to offset that to the south, and a new art studio. A must see home!

Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door.

For more information call410.822.4903.

House Tour from 5:30-6:30
Dinner Purchases
begin at 6:15 and go until 8 pm
Silent Auction closes at 7:45

The event is outside and will be held rain or shine.

There is ample parking on site; golf carts will be provided for those who may need assistance

   
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