KINfolks' Eighth Annual Wine Tasting & Art Auction will take place from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 16, at The Cordrey Center, 30366 Cordrey Road in Millsboro. Admission is $30.
A live auction, silent auction, fantastic wine and great food highlight the evening. Among those donating art this year are Ellen Rice, Kevin Fleming, Doris Ingram, Laura Hickman, Nancy Katz, Jack Wiberg, Ed Cook, Ruth Valva, Gerilyn Gordon Gaskill and Marvin Carney, to name a few.
Blooming Boutique is donating a silver Trollbeads bracelet with clasp to the first 225 ticket purchasers. Longtime supporter Holland Jewelers has donated a beautiful ladies' nine-diamond cluster, 14K filigree gold ring for auction.
Dave Wilson’s live auction will also include a one-week stay in a condo on Lewes Beach, an undergraduate course of the bidder's choice from Wilmington College, and an up-close, private magic show for 14 at the Dickens Parlour Theatre. There will also be a varied selection of silent auction items from local merchants, including a selection of domestic wines from Teller Wines.
The following restaurants will contribute signature appetizers to create a fabulous selection of finger foods: 1776 Steakhouse, Annabella's Italian Restaurant & Bakery, Bethany Blues, Go Fish, The Cultured Pearl, Big Fish Market, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Edible Arrangements, Bob Evans, Touch Of Italy, Lazy Susan’s, The Point Coffee House, Creative Crumbs, JD Shuckers Seafood & Raw Bar, Mariachi, Rehoboth Ale House, Summer House, Delaware Distilling Co., The Starboard, Fractured Prune, Dos Locos and The Greene Turtle.
Contact 302-645-6971 for information, tickets or sponsorship opportunities.
KINfolk thanks sponsors who set the standard for charitable giving: Judge Jane Brady, Blooming Boutique, Berkshire-Hathaway Home Services Gallo Realty, Grotto Pizza, Holt Paper, Community Bank of Delaware, Jack Lingo Realtors, Lewes Realty, Hugh Leahy Jr., Erin Martin - RE/Max, George Bunting Jr., Collier's Trim Shop, and Penn-Del Lock.
KINfolk provides laptop computers and internet access to children who are hospitalized or homebound, keeping sick children connected to those who love and support them at a time when they need it most.
Learn more at www.KINfolkKids.org.