Cheers, the weekend is here. Kick it off with cider in hand on the beautiful Castle Hill grounds. Our 600 acres are the perfect retreat, so gather your family (yes, we’re kid-friendly!) and friends to join us for live music and a local food truck on the second and fourth Fridays throughout the summer.
New this year: we will be partnering with charitable organizations for each instance of Friday Cheers, and donating 10% of cider sales during the times of the event. Plus, the organization will be on hand with information so you can learn more about the great work they do for our community. Our partner for May 10th is United Way Thomas Jefferson Area.
Friday, May 10th
Mouth Wide Open Food Truck
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Kat and the Travelers
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
With an original focus on American roots blues, folk, and blues rock, kat &the travelers have performed in varying formats of duo, trio, and full band since 2007. As membership changed and interests evolved, the group began to settle into its current trio of Kathleen Kraft, Doug Hedstrom and Kelley Chapman in 2011, together developing an extensive songbook of roots jazz, blues, swing and country along with original songwriting.
Click here to learn more about Kat and the Travelers.
About United Way Thomas Jefferson Area
At the United Way—Thomas Jefferson Area, we believe that when people from all backgrounds come together, the result is a stronger, more vibrant community. How do we do this? The three pillars that inform our mission—Community Philanthropy, Catalytic Leadership, and Dynamic Grantmaking—combined with our three areas of focus—Early Education & School Readiness, Making Work Pay & Self-Sufficiency, and Strategic Health Partnerships & Community Health—create our Community Table where everyone is welcome.