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Celebrate Fall at the Fifth Annual Bounty in the Barn

The event is from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at a historical barn in Sewickley Heights and benefits Allegheny Land Trust.

The fifth annual Bounty in the BarN—a harvest celebration with a Western flair—will be held Saturday featuring a feast of wines and food. 

The event is from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, hosted in a historical barn in Sewickley Heights and benefits the Allegheny Land Trust. 

This is the the major fundraising event for Allegheny Land Trust, with proceeds benefitting local land conservation efforts. According to Allegheny Land Trust, there are projects waiting for funding that will add up to 1,000 acres to the current total of 1,500 acres under ALT protection.

Live musical entertainment will be provided by the Betsy Lawrence Band and the Modern Western Square Dancers with Barbara MacDonald, square dance caller.

Cost for this evening of good food, wine, music and good company is $100 per person. Attire is casual or Western.

Here's how to offer your support: 

COME TO THE EVENT

  • Grab a Partner and Dosey Doe – Purchase a ticket for you and your partner and join hosts John Oliver & Sylvia Dallas, Rick & Laurie Johnson, Tim & Carrie Stanny, and Bill & Jodie Welge.  
  • Bid on a Personal Getaway – Week-long vacations available in homes from Maine to Colorado and to the Carolina shore. Or a staycation with a mattress set from Levin Furniture. Either bid at the event or bid now at www.alleghenylandtrust.org.
  • Remember the Evening with Art – Take home the art of Cindy Engler, Claire Hardy, Christine Hutson, Eryn Jackson, Duncan MacDiarmid, David Noble, Carol Saunders or Robert Strovers as some of their finest work will be on display. Purchases that evening result in a 25 percent donation to ALT.

SPONSOR THE EVENT

 

To make reservations, click here.

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