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Friends of Schuylkill Banks- Swing into Spring
Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
Join the Friends of Schuylkill Banks (FOSB) from 6pm-9pm on Saturday, May 11th for our Swing into Spring event presented by Brandywine Realty Trust!
Enjoy all inclusive food, drinks, wine, & delicious and local Twin Lakes beer. Live music from "Drew Nugent & the Midnight Society" will keep your toes tapping and bodies swinging. We'll have a few tables, but you're welcome to bring your own picnic blankets and chairs if you would like to really kick back and relax.
Brandywine Realty Trust will be matching every donation to SRDC up to $5,000 for this event! Proceeds from this event will improve general maintenance and operations at the Schuylkill Banks, one of Philadelphia's greenest treasures.
While the fundraiser name has changed, it's still the same great casual outdoor vibe that you have come to love during FOSB events. Tickets are $55. Children 12 and under are free.
Special thanks to our Sponsors:
Gold Level Sponsor - Brandywine Realty Trust www.brandywinerealty.com
Silver Sponsors - Gregory FCA - www.gregoryfca.com & The Olitsky Family Foundation
Bronze Level Sponsor - Twin Lakes Brewing Company, My Fabulous Mama, LLC, Drew Nugent & the Midnight Society
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information on becoming an event sponsor.
* ID's will be checked and wrist bands must be worn by those 21 or older to drink alcoholic beverages. This event is on rain or shine.
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Friends of Schuylkill Banks
Friends of Schuylkill Banks (FOSB) was founded in 2010 to provide financial and volunteer support for the Schuylkill River Development Corporation (SRDC) in their mission to revitalize the tidal Schuylkill River from the Fairmount Dam to the Delaware River. FOSB focuses on grassroots fundraising efforts that engage current and future users of the Banks as friends, leveraging individual contributions to help SRDC improve maintenance, increase programming, and focus on capital project fundraising and implementation.