Hearts for the Hardacre

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Treat Your Sweetie to a Valentine’s Dinner—and Help Save Tipton’s Hardacre Theater

‘Hearts for the Hardacre’ Feb. 16 dinner fundraiser to feature food and live entertainment

Looking to treat your Valentine this February—or just treat
yourself while helping a noble cause? The Hardacre Theater Preservation Association (HTPA) will hold “Hearts for the Hardacre”—a dinner fundraiser to help save Tipton’s historic Hardacre Theater—on Saturday, Feb. 16. Dinner and live entertainment will be served at A Place to Land, 523 Cedar St., in Tipton, starting at 6:30 p.m.

The event will feature a candlelit dinner, wine and desserts from local vendors, and area musicians will provide entertainment during the meal. There will be limited seating, so reservations are required.

The cost is $90 per couple or $50 per person. All proceeds from “Hearts for the Hardacre” will go to the HTPA’s fundraising drive to purchase and renovate the Hardacre Theater. The group’s mission is to provide an affordable and enriching moviegoing and theatrical experience for Tipton and its surrounding communities.

The menu will include:

   - Red and white wines from Dan Boddicker of Red Cedar Wines
   - Entrees: Chicken kiev or roast beef
   - Sides: Mixed green salad, dinner rolls, baby red potatoes with onion
   and butter, green bean almondine, vegetable medley
   - Desserts from local vendors

“This is the first of many fundraisers we’ll hold in 2013 for the benefit of the Hardacre,” said Greg Brown, president of the HTPA. “We hope area residents will embrace this chance to help save a great local art venue while getting a taste of Tipton this Valentine’s Day weekend.”

Reservations must be received by Monday, Feb. 4. To make a reservation, e-mail thehardacre@gmail.com or call (319) 325-6593, and please note your choice of entree. For more information about the Hardacre Theater Preservation Association, go to www.thehardacre.org.


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