Save the Date!
Upper Valley Land Trust
Celebration & Annual Meeting
Friday, June 3, 2011
Dartmouth Organic Farm, Route 10, Hanover, NH
We’ll offer a variety of activities this year preceding the Annual Meeting program.
You are welcome at any or all.
Mid-Afternoon Outdoor Activities: Hike, Farm Tour & River Road Bike Ride
Contact UVLT’s Sara Cavin to sign up for the pre-meeting bike ride, contact Nora to sign up for the Farm Tour led by farm manager, Scott Stokoe and let Amber know if you’re interested in the pre-meeting Walk to Dartmouth’s Brown Ash Swamp led by Donna Roberts Moody and John Moody.
5:30pm Social Time, Drinks – featuring Harpoon Beer, Displays, Silent Auction Benefit
Meet UVLT staff and Trustees, visit with old friends and new, pick up information about land conservation and upcoming events, bid on auction items.
6:00pm Casual Dinner including pizza made with local ingredients by NOFA VT, ham & cheese from the Taylor Brothers Farm & Garfield’s Smokehouse, bread from King Arthur Flour and more, all catered by Maple Street Catering
($20 per adult, $10 for children under 12, please call us or purchase online by May 25th)
7:00pm Annual Meeting Celebration
Learn of the year’s activities and plans for the future. Conservation Awards, Elections.
Closing with a Live Auction to benefit land conservation in the Upper Valley.
The Live Auction will feature a dinner with the Dartmouth Idols & Walt Cunningham, a dinner with Christopher Wren & his wife, paintings by Brian Walsh and Linda Roesch, a silkscreen by Ikko Tanaka, a UVLT Trustees’ Special Select Wine Cellar, and a trek into the woods with Ben Kilham!
We hope you can attend the event on June 3 in person, but if not we will accept reserve bids by phone at (603) 643-6626.
Online bidding for UVLT’s 2011 Annual Meeting Auction will be open from noon on Friday, May 20 through noon on Thursday, June 2!
This year’s auction includes more than 80 items donated by local people and businesses. Search the list of items online and peruse the wide variety of products and activities included there; such as guided hikes, special dinners, local food products, artwork by area artists, gift certificates to regional businesses and more!
The online auction is a new feature this year. We hope it will allow those who can’t make it to the meeting to participate in supporting local land conservation. And if you do plan to attend, this feature will allow you to preview both silent and live auction items in advance. If something catches your eye, don’t hesitate to pre-bid. Some of these things may go fast!
Feedback? Questions? Contact Nora at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 643-6626 ext.102.