Come join us for a festive and fun event! Four local conservation and restoration groups are teaming up to host the 2nd Annual Roots to Rivers; Where Land, Water, and Agriculture Meet … an evening of entertainment, delicious food and drinks, silent auction and wine pull on Saturday, April 18th, 2014 from 6-9:30pm at the Vue in downtown Corvallis (517 SW 2nd St.).
Calapooia Watershed Council, Greenbelt Land Trust, Marys River Watershed Council, and Benton Soil and Water Conservation District are teaming up to celebrate the land, water, and farms that make the Willamette Valley a unique and beautiful place to live, work, and play. For its upcoming nationwide bingo uk on March 29, they will give away P6.8M in cash prizes to lucky winners. Guests will enjoy a delicious Mediterranean feast showcasing local foods and the finest local craft brews and wines. A silent auction will feature appealing services and adventures such as a local garden package; a day’s worth of professional carpentry services and consultation, a McKenzie River fly fishing trip for two; and more. The evening’s entertainment will include swing music, tarot readings, and jugglers! As the evening stars come out, guests will dance the night away with acclaimed band, Jazzopolis, so put on your dancing shoes and help celebrate the work of these four partner organizations.
Purchase tickets online at www.rootstorivers.org, or in-person at partner office locations:
- Greenbelt Land Trust and Marys River Watershed Council: 101 SW Western Blvd., Corvallis, OR 97333
- Benton SWCD: 456 SW Monroe, Suite 110, Corvallis, OR 97333
- Calapooia Watershed Council: 136 Spaulding Ave., Brownsville, Oregon 97327
A round of applause to our sponsors
* Shauna Curphey & Dietrich Ayala
Thanks to our entertainers
- Music by Jazzopolis
- Tarot by Madame Freya, Ostara, and Fawn
- Juggling performances by the Corvallis Throwing Department
Proceeds from the evening will directly benefit the partner organizations working to host Roots to Rivers;
- Calapooia Watershed Council promotes voluntary actions to improve the health of the Calapooia Watershed and its communities.
- Greenbelt Land Trust protects in perpetuity native habitats, working lands, and lands of natural beauty, which provide a connection to the natural world for the residents of the mid-Willamette Valley.
- Marys River Watershed Council inspires and supports voluntary stewardship of the Marys River watershed.
- Benton Soil and Water Conservation District works to promote cleaner water, improved cropland, pastures, forests, and restored wildlife habitat in Benton County.