News Release, Calvert Hospice
Prince Frederick, MD –Are you ready to feel the summer heat in the middle of winter?
Join us for A Night in Margaritaville on January 24, 2020, from 6 – 10 pm at the Calvert County Fairgrounds in Prince Frederick!
Enjoy a fun evening of dance music with NightLife and tasty fare with a Key West flair from Maryland Country Caterers, and a cash bar featuring margaritas, wine, and beer. We will have a selection of items for raffle and a 50/50! It’s time to pull out that summer party outfit and buy your tickets!
Come dance the night away with your friends! Tickets are on sale on our website for $50. Tickets make a perfect holiday gift. Sponsorships start at $250.
Contact Claire Piason at email@example.com or (410) 535-0892, ext. 4002 to sponsor.
Purchase your tickets at https://calverthospice.org/margaritaville or call (410) 535-0892.
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