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4th Annual Hats Off to Parks
Family Fun
Date: May 2, 2014
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: Show map
Romare Bearden Park
300 S. Church Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Lori Saylor
Phone:  (704)353-0504
Email: Lori.Saylor@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov

To kick off the Inaugural RomareFest, Romare Bearden Park will host the Annual Hats Off to Parks. Funds raised will help Partners for Parks, Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation and partners like you build a playground in memory of the youth and teachers lost in the Newtown, Connecticut, tragedy. Over 2,500 Volunteers will help complete the playground this October. Hats Off will feature wonderful food and desserts, cash bar, reverse raffle and entertainment by the Tams! Tickets may be purchased by check or online at www.partnersforparks.org under the Hats Off to Parks donation fund.

 

*Advance Admission and Raffle Tickets may be purchased before April 23rd to receive via mail. All other tickets must be purchased day of.

 

 

**When purchasing advance tickets, please note in the Comment Section, the quantity of admission and raffle tickets to be purchased.

 

 

For more information on the Hats Off to Parks Event or how to get involved with the Newtown, CT Memorial Playground Build, contact Lori Saylor.

 

 




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