Register by noon August 1st!
Those who register after noon on August 1st will receive the chicken entree. We are not able to accept walk-in’s at the event.
You’re invited to help the next generation get hooked on nature by attending our annual fundraising event. Funds raised at this event will support environmental education programming for kids in Clark County. Enjoy dinner, live music, a silent auction, photo booth, and more! The silent auction will include twenty packages from local businesses with everything from kayaking trips to fine wines. You can also purchase raffle tickets for your chance to win a special prize. So put on your “dressy casual” attire and join us for an evening of fun and fundraising!
When: August 8, 2014. Check-in, music, and the silent auction begin at 5:30 p.m. Dinner is served at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Royal Oaks Country Club
Tickets are $75 per person. Included in all ticket purchases is a house salad, chef’s choice starch and vegetable, fresh baked dinner rolls, dessert, a glass of wine with dinner, and your choice of the following entrees:
12 oz. New York steak with Jack Daniels sauce and frittered onions
Chicken Oscar with Dungeness crab, fresh asparagus, and béarnaise sauce
Wild mushroom and goat cheese tart with creamy polenta and tomato butter (vegetarian option)
Instead of buying individual tickets for $75 per person, you can be a Patron Sponsor for $250. Patron sponsors receive two tickets to Hooked on Nature, their name(s) in the event program, and their name(s) in the Columbia Springs annual report. There are other sponsorship opportunities available, including table sponsorships. Please contact Gala Miller at email@example.com or 360-882-0936 ext. 221 for more information.
If you cannot attend Hooked on Nature, you can still make a tax-deductible donation via the event registration form.
Are you ready to support environmental education for kids and purchase your tickets for Hooked on Nature? Click here to register!
Thank you to the sponsors of Hooked on Nature!
Partners in Education and Stewardship