The evening started with refreshing munchies and strolls through the community garden and sanctuary.
The Sanctuary leadership shared with our guests some of the improvements that had been made this past year and talked about some of the needs the sanctuary has for 2021.
A local band called 'Puppets for Hire' provided some nice live music, Jason Garrett showed how the wood burning was done for the community garden sign, D. J. Haverkamp talked about the honey bee research project that is going on at the sanctuary, and a rep from Clifton Dry held a tasting of a delicious sparkling cider.
Local artists Carol Bouyoucos and Nathaniel Galka curated an art exhibit called 'Caretaking' featuring art inspired from the nature.
The best part of the evening though, was the beautiful sunset everyone was treated to. It was glorious.