Spend a bucolic evening on the shores of the Sheepscot River in Alna, sipping Champagne and enjoying hors d’oeuvres while a Lincoln Academy student jazz combo provides the soundtrack at Champagne on the Sheepscot. And if that’s not enough, ticket sales support the work of Midcoast Conservancy, promoting healthy lands, waters, wildlife, and people in Midcoast Maine through conservation, education, and outdoor recreation.
Join fellow conservationists on Saturday, Sept. 7, from 4:30-7 p.m.; in addition to champagne, full bar and wine stations will be located around the property. Gourmet appetizers will be prepared by Rockland-based Café Miranda. Wander the fields and shoreline trail, and meet or greet friends and fellow conservation supporters. Event chair Paula Swetland said, “I urge everyone in the Midcoast to take advantage of this unique opportunity to enjoy a magical late summer evening on a very special property in our watershed, all the while helping to protect it.”
This year, Alna artist Kate Nordstrom has donated a triptych of a salmon, in honor of the International Year of the Salmon. To buy raffle tickets ($10 for 1, $20 for 3), go to https://www.midcoastconservancy.org/events/champagne-on-the-sheepscot-2/
Winners need not be present to win.
Major sponsors of this year's Champagne on the Sheepscot include ReVision Energy , Ames True Value Hardware & Supply in Wiscasset, and Cellardoor Winery; other local businesses have also contributed, including Treats and Sheepscot Valley Brewing. Tickets are $60 per person, and are available now until Sept. 5 from Midcoast Conservancy by going to https://www.midcoastconservancy.org/events/champagne-on-the-sheepscot-2/, or by calling 389-5150, or emailing email@example.com