The Cultural Council of Indian River County will hold a community fundraiser at Ono Luau on Wednesday, September 25th from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The event, fashioned as a classic Hawaiian Luau, will benefit the continued development of the Vero Beach Art Village.
The fundraising event will feature live entertainment by the Friends&Neighbors Band, an island buffet and passed hors d’eouvres, two complementary cocktails, happy hour prices all evening and a contest for the most artistic lei by attendees. Tickets are $75 per person.
“Our vision of establishing a thriving art village in the historic downtown neighborhood of Edgewood is coming close to being a reality,” said Cultural Council Executive Director Barbara Hoffman. She said funds raised at this event will be used specifically to pay for costs associated with the upcoming request for zoning changes and the formation of a nonprofit neighborhood association. Vero Beach Planning Director Jason Jeffries will outline next steps for Art Village project at the event.
For more information and to purchase tickets, call the Cultural Council at 772.770.4857.