Annual Summer Benefit Puts a Fun Spin on a Traditional Favorite
CLEVELAND, OH– You are invited to Northeast Ohio’s picnic of the summer at the Holden Arboretum on Saturday, July 10, 2021 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Twilight in the Whimsical Woods is Holden’s largest benefit of the year and helps to raise money for its mission to connect people with the wonder, beauty, and value of trees and plants, to inspire action for healthy communities. Tickets are on sale now at holdenfg.org or by calling Chris Keeney at (216) 707-2834.
This event is presented with generous support from Key Private Bank.
Twilight in the Whimsical Woods will take place throughout the arboretum grounds and feature a picnic dinner by A Taste of Excellence, music by Northeast Ohio artists including Thor Platter and The Cleveland Wind Trio, activities for adults and kids including craft stations and tarot card readings, and a first look at the new Fairy Doors: Magical Garden Gateways exhibit that will open to the public on Tuesday, July 6, 2021.
Proceeds from the event will support the People for Trees movement that aims to have 15,000 trees planted and cared for throughout Northeast Ohio by 2025 and to help ensure that the wonder and beauty of the Holden Arboretum and Cleveland Botanical Garden are available for all to enjoy.
Be sure to bring a picnic blanket (unless you purchase the Patron level ticket), wear comfortable clothes and shoes and for the little ones: don’t forget your fairy wings!
Patron — $250 ($190 tax-deductible) – includes choice of meal, program listing, branded picnic blanket & wine tumbler
Adult — $125 ($75 tax-deductible) – includes choice of meal, branded wine tumbler
Child (12 and under) — $25 – includes child’s meal
For picnic menu, sponsorship information and much more visit: holdenfg.org.
Special thanks to all of our sponsors:
Key Private Bank
Gillmore Security Systems
Gries Financial Partners
Peter & Debbie Guren
Ashton Technology Solutions
The Davey Tree Expert Company
About Holden Forests & Gardens
Holden Forests & Gardens is made up of two of Northeast Ohio’s most important environmental and cultural institutions — the Holden Arboretum and Cleveland Botanical Garden — whose mission is to connect people with the wonder, beauty, and value of trees and plants, to inspire action for healthy communities. The 14th largest public garden in the country, Holden Forests & Gardens has nearly 17,000 member households and an annual attendance of 350,000 for whom we strive to provide inspirational and educational visitor experiences. For more information, visit holdenfg.org.