The stage is being set for Evening in the Maritimes' magnificent Silver Anniversary on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, another remarkable night of the hospitality and generosity of the East Coast. At this highly-anticipated, sure to be sold-out event, our guests will experience an authentic East Coast party full of food, drinks, friends, and fun! In addition, they will be demonstrating their vital support for Citizen Advocacy's work to reduce the isolation of people living with disabilities.
With Honorary Co-Chairs Senator Vernon White and David Cork, Director, Scotia McLeod, Evening in the Maritimes showcases a fabulous dinner featuring fresh North Atlantic lobster as the star (there are also superb steak and vegetarian options available)! Other highlights include the exceptional silent and live auctions exciting balloon raffle (with all balloons popped in unison), and down-east fun and entertainment. A show-stopping 25th anniversary evening to remember!
Extraordinary auction items and prizes are being generously donated from the Ottawa area, across Canada, and around the world. 2018 packages included an 11-day cruise exploring the Antarctica Peninsula and an exclusive dinner for 16 guests at the German Embassy.
Over 700 high-profile and influential guests will be in attendance, including the most prominent business, medical, political, government, diplomatic, and community leaders, media , and prestigious social figures. Senators, cabinet ministers, MPs, MPPs, and local politicians join the fun every year.
Lundbeck Presents Evening in The Maritimes 25th Anniversary
Date: Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
Time: Reception beings at 5:30 p.m. and sit-down dinner begins at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Hilton Lac-Leamy
Who: Honorary Co-chairs – Senator Vernon White & David Cork (Scotia McLeod)
Social Media: @CitAdvocacyOtt #EITM2019 facebook.com/CitizenAdvocacy
Since its inaugural event 25 years ago, Evening in The Maritimes, has grown into one of Ottawa’s premier and most unique fundraising galas, raising more than $3 million for Citizen Advocacy Ottawa.