An evening of elegance in nature’s splendor in store at the 2013 Tyler at Twilight auction
Tyler Arboretum’s largest fundraising event gives attendees a beautiful night to remember
MEDIA, PA -- Celebrate nature in an extravagant garden party atmosphere complete with live music, decadent food, cocktails and silent and live auctions at the 2013 Tyler at Twilight Auction. Now in its eleventh consecutive year, the Tyler at Twilight Auction will be held at Tyler Arboretum on Thursday, June 13, 2013 from 6-10 PM.
Enjoy a wide variety of delicious international cuisines from local vendors in the Restaurant Showcase while browsing through a selection of over 120 valuable items, ranging from sports memorabilia to spa packages to vacation getaways. Sue Serio, Weather Anchor, Good Day, Fox 29 News, will keep the show going as Master of Ceremonies and Mike Wilson, Auctioneer, of Wilson’s Auctioneers and Appraisers, will oversee the live auction.
All proceeds go to support Tyler’s mission to preserve, develop and share our diverse horticultural, historic and natural site resources in order to stimulate stewardship and an understanding of our living world.
This is Tyler Arboretum’s largest annual fundraising event. The presenting sponsor is Exelon and many other area businesses and families have generously sponsored this event. Individual tickets are $85 and a table of 10 seats is $1200. To purchase tickets, please visit http://www.tylerarboretum.org/auctiontickets/.
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