(PRWEB) October 03, 2012
Club 66, Wolf Trap’s young professionals society, will hold its second-annual ROCKtoberFête fundraiser, strolling back in time to transform The Barns at Wolf Trap into the Wildest Party in the West. Club 66 members and guests will enjoy a private, theme party featuring an exclusive live performance by local modern rock band Honor by August, as well as a DJ, dancing, heavy hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, and a silent auction benefiting Wolf Trap Foundation Education Programs. Tickets to this year’s ROCKtoberFête are $66 for Club 66 members and $75 for non-members. Transportation package is also available at a cost of $30 per person, providing safe, round-trip transportation to and from the Clarendon Metro stop and The Barns at Wolf Trap. Reservations can be made by calling Wolf Trap Special Events at 703-255-4030 or by clicking here.
Club 66 at Wolf Trap is a group of outgoing, fun-loving, adventurous D.C. area 20- and 30-somethings who share a passion for the performing arts. Club 66 supports Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts and the community, by planning special events for young professionals to network and socialize; introducing friends and colleagues to a wide variety of art forms; hosting an annual fundraiser to support Wolf Trap Foundation Education Programs; and volunteering for community-based events. For more information, visit http://www.wolftrap.org/club66 or send an email to email@example.com.
Saturday, October 27, 2012
The Barns at Wolf Trap
1635 Trap Road
Vienna, VA 22182
Proceeds from ROCKtoberFête will benefit Wolf Trap’s nationally recognized Education Programs, which provide a lifetime of learning through the arts to more than 75,000 children and adults each year. These programs include classroom residencies, internships, professional development workshops, master classes, Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods, and the Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts—an internationally respected program that provides innovative arts-based teaching strategies and services in more than 1,000 classrooms serving 35,000 young children, their parents, educators, and teaching artists each year.