Join us for a magical evening to benefit the Belton Area Museum Association on Thursday, March 24, beginning at 6:30 PM.

Complete with cuisine, beer and wine, and good-natured competition, the event’s tickets are available now for the upcoming German themed fundraiser Sei Frohlich:  A Night for the Museum.  The event will be held at the historic Belton Train Depot.

“The depot will be transformed into a German wunderbar beirhaus and amazing cuisine and drinks will be served to all attendees. And the bidding can get quite competitive, but all in good fun,” said BAMA President J. E. Palmer.

Tickets are $30 each or two for $50 and include complimentary drinks, beer, wine, seated dinner, a bidding card, and lots of fun competition among bidders. The Mercantile is providing dinner, with German Cornish hens, with German sides, appetizers and desserts.

Included in the bidding will be a­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ eucalyptus wood Adirondack chair with side table (value $1100) donated by Maynard’s, a week’s vacation to Hilton Head Island (value $2500, getaways to special vacation spots, dining and party packages, jewelry, antiques, and services such as salon/spa treatments, auto detailing, and event experiences for families.

Items of interest will be included in both the silent and live auction bidding.  An updated list of auction items will be available at the Belton Area Museum Association’s Facebook Page.

Proceeds benefit the Belton Area Museum Association and its educational programs.  With nearly 10,000 visitors to the museum each year, BAMA offers historical, cultural, and educational programs free of charge to the public.  Participation in this fundraiser will help BAMA preserve, protect, and display our area’s historic treasures.

The event is being presented by Clinkscales Chevrolet.  Additional sponsors include Maynard’s Home Furnishings, Belton Comprehensive Dentistry, Pickens Railway, Southern Burglar Alarm, O’Dell Oil Company, Clinkscales Drugs, Ralph Hayes Toyota,  Edward
Jones, Palmetto Insurance-Keys Agency, Duke Energy, Argo and Associates, South State Bank, Richard and Eleanor Dorn, Steve and Celena Bryant, J. E. and Lucy Palmer, Johnny and Theresa Shirley, the Standpipe Restaurant, and Town Square Chiropractic.

For more information, please contact Executive Director Abigail Burden at 864-338-7400 or beltonmuseum@bellsouth.net.

It’s an evening to be joyful and have a good time! Make plans now to attend Sei Frohlich:  A Night for the Museum on March 24.

A 2 night stay at Table Rock State Park along with a State Park Passport (total value $500) will be one of the live auction items at this year’s A Night for the Museum.

 

 

 

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