On Friday, June 3, string together a daisy chain headband, polish off that peace sign medallion and cruise your soft-tail to the grooviest shindig of the year. Go back to an era where love was free and bikes were loud at Family Centers’ “Hippies & Harleys” benefit.
Using the free-wheeling vibe of the groundbreaking film Easy Rider as a source of inspiration, co-chairs Ashley Allan, Kate Clark, Laurie Grauer and Elizabeth Lake will transform the backcountry home of Nancy and Dominic Casserley into a true 1960’s-style utopia.
Guests will enjoy cocktails and a seated dinner, followed by dancing to the grooviest tunes of the era!
As Family Centers’ premier fundraiser of the year, all funds generated from "Hippies and Harleys" allow Family Centers to provide more than 25,500 of Fairfield County’s most vulnerable children, individuals and families the human service, health and education programs they need to overcome many of life’s obstacles.
As an added bonus, any new or increased sponsorship to the 2016 benefit will be matched dollar-for-dollar.