When:
September 25, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
2022-09-25T10:00:00-05:00
2022-09-25T14:00:00-05:00
Where:
6844 Edgevale Rd, Kansas City MO 64113
Contact:
Christine Julian
785-979-3211

A Native Garden Transformation: Fundraiser

Sunday, September 25, 2022 10 am – 2 pm Central Time

Private Home 6844 Edgevale Rd, Kansas City MO 64113

Rain Date: Sunday, Oct. 9th

Tour. Learn. Inspire.

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Ticket Options

Ticket purchases are not refundable. If you are not able to attend, please share your ticket with others!

In the event of a rainout on both days, your pre-purchased ticket will be a donation.

Tickets required for Ages 12+

  • In Advance – $20.00 ($22.07 with service fees)
  • Day of Event – $25.00 ($27.27 with service fees)
  • Bronze Level Sponsorship – $100.00  ($105.19 with service fees)
    • 2 Tickets
    • Listing on the event donations page
  • Can’t join us that day? Click “Purchase Tickets Here” and make a donation!

Event Activities

  • Tour a Home Garden filled with both mature and new native plants
  • Learn from Local Experts
  • Prairie Hollow Productions will be onsite recording portions of the event for a short video to be shared on social media! Prairie Hollow Productions is producing a documentary about the local impact of climate change for broadcast on public TV next spring.
  • Be Inspired
    • Local resources and vendors – watch this site for the list of vendors
    • Local Art
      • Silent Auction – watch this site to view and bid on donated items
      • Chalk art with Suburban Sketcher, Amy Lyn Sell

All funds raised will support The Resilient Activist: Community support for activists and others concerned about climate change.

Questions: Reach out to Info@TheResilientActivist.org

Sponsors

Media Sponsors

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Bronze Sponsors

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  • Anna Graether
  • Jan Wilson
  • Anne & Tom Melia
  • Susan & Zack Hangauer

Vendors

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The Resilient Activist is a public charity recognized as tax-exempt by the IRS under Section 501(c)(3).