The Foundation for Geauga Parks announces their signature event Twilight Soiree returns on Saturday, August 21, 2021, 5:30 PM at Big Creek Park Donald Meyer Center in Chardon Twp. After our 2020 pause, this event, now in its third year, is a can’t-miss party of the summer. 

The 2021 Twilight Soiree admission tickets are now available at

Twilight Soiree is the Foundation for Geauga Parks premier fundraising event and all proceeds support its mission to fund community engagement with nature through education, preservation, conservation and appreciation of the unique natural character of Geauga County

The indoor/outdoor party is a celebration of Geauga County’s parks and preserves. Catered food, wine, brew and other beverages will be served, along with live entertainment. The auction items will highlight and celebrate the natural world. Here are some highlights.

  • Live music from Harvest(Neil Young cover band)
    • Posh picnic meals individually packaged in insulated carriers byTrifles Catering
    • Wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages
    • Silent auction with nature-themed items and experiences found nowhere else
    • Best of Geauga Raffle and more

The growing success of the event is due in no small part to business sponsors who have chosen to align their brands with the upstanding image of the Foundation for Geauga Parks. Once again, the Foundation board invites businesses to join us in supporting 2021 Twilight Soiree. See sponsorship opportunities at

The Foundation for Geauga Parks an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit that raises funds to support all parks in Geauga County. Established in 1990, the Foundation’s work and mission have been greatly responsible for some of Geauga County’s transformational success stories in land conservation and nature education. It is the only nonprofit dedicated exclusively to raising money to support parks in Geauga County.

We are grateful to the following: 2021 Lead Business Partner Preston Superstore; Preservation Partner Auxin Group wealth management; Conservation Partners Kinetico Inc and Lubrizol; Sustainability Partners Brakey Energy, Brakey Law, Linda L. Brown, PhD LLC, Richard and Christie Frenchie, Junction Auto Family, Patterson Fruit Farm, Paul Davis Restoration, Reserve Energy Exploration, John W. Rosenthal Capital Management, Sheoga Hardwood Flooring & Paneling

For more information, contact the Foundation office at 440-564-1048, or explore


Geauga News
Author: Geauga News