A family-focused long-term care residence
HOW TO MAKE A RESERVATION
The cost to attend this event is $100 per person. To
make a reservation, please call Loretta at 651-779-9720,
or send an email to email@example.com.
Then make your payment using one of the following two options. Note: Reservations are not considered final until payment is received.
1) To pay by check, please mail your check, made out to
“Granite House,” to Landmark Group of Thrivent Financial, 11550 Stillwater Blvd. N, Suite 104, Lake Elmo, MN 55042
2) To complete a reservation by credit card, please
click on the BUY NOW button on this page to make
a secure credit card payment using PayPal.
Businesses, groups and individuals may reserve and sponsor a table of 8 for $800 by calling Loretta.
Please note that as in most charity events, the
fair market value of the meal is not deductible.
Your tax donation will be $73 per person.
Camrose Hill Flower Farm
Event 11:30 am until 2:30 pm
CAMROSE HILL FLOWER FARM
in Stillwater is well-known for its beautiful gardens, vintage barn and buildings, and quiet outdoor spaces.
It has become a favorite for weddings and other occasions, and features seating for programs and dining.
Please see their website at www.camrosehillflowers.com
FUNDRAISER LUNCHEON AT CAMROSE HILL FLOWER FARM
SPONSORED BY THRIVENT COMMUNITY-LANDMARK
DATE: Sunday, October 16, 2017
TIME: 11:30 am until 2:30 pm
WHERE: Camrose Hill Flower Farm
14587 30th St. North, Stillwater
COST: $100 per person
Please RSVP by Tuesday, October 4th.
See maps at the bottom of the page.
Download and print the event flyer here.
SCANDINAVIAN BUFFET LUNCHEON
Catered by DECO Catering, a Twin Cities favorite, with
European style and a flair for the artistic.
Featuring: Variety of breads, herb cheese spread
Green salad, tomato mozzarella salad, cucumber dill salad,
roasted seasonal vegetables
Swedish meatballs, salmon fillets with dill sauce, pasta
Dessert: Strawberry torte
Coffee, tea, soft drinks and cash bar: wine, beer and Mimosas
Camrose Hill Flower Farm is only a 5-minute
drive from the Granite House building site.
From the site, turn left onto Stagecoach Trail North, and drive .8 miles to 30th St. North.
Turn left, follow to 14587 on left.
From Camrose Hill, turn right onto 30th St. N,
and right onto Stagecoach Tr. N. Property is just past intersection of 22nd street/Palomino Trail.
Granite House building site
Meet at 10:45 am or 2:45 pm for a tour
RESERVATIONS ARE CLOSED BUT YOU MAY STILL MAKE A GIFT TO SUPPORT GRANITE HOUSE AT OUR "DONATE" TAB.
SILENT AUCTION TO BENEFIT GRANITE HOUSE
Featuring the usual (and unusual) gift baskets,
but also unique items such as:
Handmade quilts and knitted items
Limited edition works of art
Tickets to the Ramsey County Sherriff's FRIGHT FARM
Sunday brunch at Lake Elmo Inn
Personalized computer service consultation
Book and football signed by Superbowl champ Ben Utecht
With exclusive outings and experiences:
Snowshoeing lesson on Eagle Lake at Lake Elmo Regional Park
Canoeing lesson on beautiful Lake Elmo (Canoes provided)
Rock climbing lesson (outdoors) at Taylor's Falls
Short range target shooting at Oakdale Gun Club- all equipment provided
Home-cooked gourmet meal for four at a board member's home
Pizza party for ten with a wood-fired pizza oven on a private patio
We are grateful to the Thrivent Community-Landmark for sponsoring this event.
Their sponsorship means that 100% of your donations/pledges go directly to Granite House.
SCHEDULE OF THE DAY:
10:45 Optional tour of Granite House-- 2114 Stagecoach Trail North, Stillwater.
Meet at the building site (a five-minute drive from Camrose Hill) to walk this beautiful wooded lot, view the Wisconsin river bluffs and see the Granite House construction in progress.
11:30 Social Hour at Camrose Hill Flower Farm. Enjoy music by the Mill City String Quartet as you sip Mimosas or complementary beverages at the cash bar.
Silent auction begins
12:30 Musical blessing by Matthew Tintes, Bass-Baritone, former member of
the vocal ensemble Cantus.
Scandinavian buffet by DECO Catering
1:00 Program begins
Guest storyteller Kevin Kling, a Twin Cities treasure, is a regular commentator on National Public Radio. He travels the world telling stories about his Minnesota
childhood and his experience with disability. Kevin is an acclaimed author,
playwright and performer.
2:00 Silent auction winners announced
Call to action--This time is dedicated to raising additional funds for Granite House. Your gifts are greatly appreciated, whether you contribute $50 or $5,000.
2:30 Event concludes
2:45 Optional tour of the building site, see above.