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The Moravian Historical Society “Share the Heritage” fundraising dinner and auction
Nazareth, PA- The Moravian Historical Society is excited to announce that the 7th annual “Share the Heritage” fundraising dinner and auction will honor 280 years of Moravian history and culture in the Caribbean.
“It is very exciting to celebrate the service of the Moravian missionaries in the Caribbean who first journeyed to the area in late 1732,” said Megan van Ravenswaay, Whitefield House Director for the organization. “We look forward to this event each year as the support of our mission continues to grow” van Ravenswaay adds.
The signature event, held at 6:30p.m. on Friday, March 22nd at Historic Hotel Bethlehem is a unique themed dinner with a silent and live auction. Proceeds from the evening will support the society’s mission to preserve and educate about Moravian history and culture throughout the world. Auction items include a Martin Guitar signed by Chris Martin, two one week stays in Williamsburg, Virginia, and a two night vacation package in Cape May, New Jersey, one week beachfront stay in the Mayan Riviera, and autographed Philadelphia Eagles baseball hat, and much more!
After the dinner and live auction, the Grace Steel Ensemble from New York City’s Grace Moravian Church will entertain the crowd with sounds from the Caribbean.
There are four levels of support:
$60 per guest.
$150 St. Thomas Sponsor- two tickets and mention in program.
$300 Antigua Sponsor- four tickets and mention in program.
$600 Jamaica Sponsor- eight tickets and mention in program.
Dress is festive business casual. Guests are encouraged to wear tropical themed clothing. Pre-paid reservations are required as seating is limited. For reservations and more information, contact the Society at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-759-5070.
The Moravian Historical Society (MHS) is located in the 1740-1743 Whitefield House at 214 E. Center St., Nazareth, PA 18064. As the third oldest historical society in Pennsylvania, MHS is a not-for-profit organization that shares over 500 years of fascinating Moravian contributions to worldwide culture through educational programs for students, youth activities, guided tours, museum exhibits, and public activities. More information is available at www.moravianhistoricalsociety.org.