The women of The Kalmia Club are holding their spring fundraiser on Saturday evening April 21 from 7:00 to 11:00 pm at the Lambertville Elks at 66 Wilson Street. This is the second year the two service organizations have worked together. Last year’s special scholarship fundraiser in honor of Elks member Tina Ledger was a memorable evening befitting the memory of a young woman who exemplified all that is good in the community of Lambertville. This year’s April 21 evening fundraiser should prove to be as enjoyable.
The pasta meal complete with salad and bread will be served and the Kalmia women promise a table of toothsome desserts. The cash bar will be staffed by the veteran bartenders of the Elks.
After dinner, plenty of time for dancing and conversation is assured. Always supportive of the community, Lambertville’s band The Inflexables with special guest J. B. Kline will perform.
The historic Kalmia club is located and maintained by the members at 39 York Street. Now in its 120th plus year, it provides the area’s women with opportunities for service, arts and culture, and has a long record of providing scholarships and other aid to school programs as well as funding to many area programs and charities. Since 1897, The Kalmia Club has been a member of N.J. State Federation of Women’s Clubs and the national General Federation of Women’s Clubs. Kalmia’s century-old clubhouse is on the N.J. Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places.
Along with the April 21st, evening, Kalmia will host its annual Hidden Gardens of Lambertville Tour on June 9. Funds raised through events each year help ensure this women’s civic organization can continue to support numerous local charities, provide scholarships to local high junior and senior women as well as maintain its historic clubhouse.
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The Kalmia Club Spring Fundraiser Dinner and Dance Evening
Date: Saturday evening April 21, 2018
Time: 7:00 to 11:00 pm
Cost: $20.00 per person
Location: Lambertville Elks 66 Wilson Street, Lambertville, NJ
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