Reservations are needed by Saturday, Feb. 28 for the Potawatomi Wildlife Park banquet.
This year’s event features a dinner, auction, park updates, and plans for the coming year. The Potawatomi Wildlife Park in Tippecanoe is a natural sanctuary for plants and animals of northern Indiana and provides educational activities for schools in the area, as well as a site for recreational activities, such as hiking or bird watching.
The banquet serves as an informational gathering and a fundraiser. Auction items include a rock water fountain feature built on your site, entertainment/restaurant packages, guided canoe/kayak trip on the Tippecanoe, a star party hosted by the Warsaw Astronomical Society, and many other unique items.
The featured speaker for the evening will be the Director of the North Central Tillplain Ecoregion – The Nature Conservancy, Matt Williams. Dancing will end the evening.
The Potawatomi Wildlife Park banquet is Saturday, March 7. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. ET at the Back Forty Banquet Hall in Bourbon. Tickets need to be purchased in advance as they will not be sold at the door. Tickets are $30 and available until Saturday. Visit www.pwp2015.brownpapertickets.com to purchase tickets or call (574) 498-6550.