DNA Fundraiser for Cathedral Square Friends!
The Downtown Neighbors Association is holding their Holiday Party and proceeds from the event will go to help Cathedral Square Friends.
Join us at Blu at The Pfister on Dec 11th as we come together with the Downtown Neighbors Association to celebrate the holidays.
The Downtown Neighbors Association works to enhance neighborhood vitality by providing an essential connecting point for community building, advocacy, and quality of life improvements for downtown neighbors. The organization represents residents and businesses from Westown, East Town and the Historic Third Ward.
This event will be a great opportunity for you to meet other residents and learn what both Cathedral Square Friends and the Downtown Neighbors Association are working on to improve your neighborhood. And to make the night even better, DNA has committed to donate funds raised through a portion of sales and tips from the event to Cathedral Square Friends. So let’s pack Blu in the spirit of the holidays. If you can’t make it but you still wish to help us with the second phase of Color the Square you can always donate here.
The event will include:
- Complimentary Light Appetizers
- Cash Bar
- Downtown leaders serving up drinks.
Working the bar at Blu will be these dedicated downtown leaders:
- Beth Weirick – BID 21 Executive Director and DNA MKE Board Member
- Jim Plaisted – Historic Third Ward Association Executive Director and DNA MKE Board Member
- Danielle Coterel – DNA MKE Board President
- Claude Krawczyk – DNA MKE Board Member
- Kim Morris – Past East Town Association Executive Director and DNA MKE Board Member
Come on out and enjoy a night of fun and socializing with your neighbors to kick off the holiday season.
What: Holiday Gathering and BluTender Event
When: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018
Where: Blu at The Pfister, 424 E. Wisconsin Ave. 23rd Floor
You can RSVP to the event here.
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