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      April 29, 2017

      Saturday   6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

      Downtown Nashville
      Nashville, Tennessee 37219

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      Party for a Cause: Free to be Wild

      Come join us for a party! Help support and celebrate Born Free USAs rescue missions!

      This spring we will feature an exciting performance from one of the hottest comedians from New York City, Myq Kaplan.

      Also joining us as are honored guest speakers from:

      The Elephant Sanctuary- Hohenwald, Tennessee

      Lorna Miller Good- Founder of Project Cecil: Save One For Me

      Adam M. Roberts- CEO of Born Free USA and international wildlife expert



      The party begins with an elegant dinner and music!

      Browse and bid on some of our amazing auction items (fair trade and cruelty free!). Have you been thinking it';s time to take that vacation? Well, here is your chance for a weeks stay in a beautiful private home in Costa Rica!

      Our silent auction baskets have come directly from the markets of Kigali, Rwanda. Each gorgeous handmade basket was made by a woman who had lost their husband in the Rwandan genocide. We love fair trade and supporting one another!



      Meet some of our wonderful local rescues, organizations and stores at our vendor tables in the foyer!



      Get "wild" with 2 complimentary Short Mountain Distillery cocktails, meet and mingle with like-minded individuals in the community and help raise money to save lives!

      Enjoy our photo booth and props, games and fantasic giveaways!

      Cost: Payment required -

      Categories: Comedy | Fundraising & Charity | Organizations & Meetups

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.
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