April 26, 2017

Audubon Society of Rhode Island to host Party for the Peregrines Friday, April 21, 2017; 7:00 to 9:30 pm Squantum Club, One Squantum Road, East Providence, Rhode Island

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(March 20, 2017) – The Audubon Society of Rhode Island will host Party for the Peregrines on Friday, April 21, 2017 at the Squantum Club in East Providence. This festive celebration of Rhode Island raptors will begin at 7:00 pm. An advance VIP Reception at 6:00 pm will feature a special presentation with a live eagle.

Party for the Peregrines will include live and silent auctions as well as scrumptious hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Audubon’s live raptors (owls, hawks and a kestrel) will be presented during the evening, and the Providence Peregrine Webcam will be featured. Dozens of interesting and desirable items will be on display for auction bidding. Proceeds will support the Audubon Society of Rhode Island raptor care and education programs and will help to protect thousands of acres of valuable habitat for these birds and other creatures.

The public is invited to Party for the Peregrines. Tickets ($80 per person, VIP Reception tickets $150 per person) may be purchased on-line at www.asri.org. Dress is smart casual.

For sponsorship, donation of auction items, or more information on the event, please contact Jeff Hall or (401) 949-5454 ext. 3017.




The Audubon Society of Rhode Island is an independent not-for-profit environmental organization dedicated to protecting birds, wildlife, and their habitats through environmental education, advocacy, and land conservation. The state’s first environmental organization, the Society now protects nearly 10,000 acres in a network of refuges, pristine properties and wildlife habitats. One of the largest private environmental educators in the state, in 2015 Audubon staff taught approximately 20,000 people across the region. Audubon Society of Rhode Island is not affiliated with National Audubon.

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