“Home is the Key” is the theme of Livingston County Habitat for Humanity’s signature event on Friday, April 21, 2017. The event begins at 6PM at Camp Chaldean’s beautiful lakeside setting in Brighton at 7000 McClements Road. The evening will be a night to remember with a dazzling selection of upscale strolling cuisine by Jeff Zak Catering. During dinner, guests can enjoy inspecting the outstanding work of local artists and refinishers. Many of the pieces the artists and refinishers are creating will be superb examples of re-purposed and refinished items from the Habitat ReStore.
Local experts will be judging re-purposed and up-cycled pieces, with prizes to the best professional and best amateur contestants. Guests will also choose a “People’s Choice” winner. All pieces will be auctioned at the end of the evening with a live and silent auction. Non-alcoholic beverages, as well as a cash bar, will be available all evening.
Entertainment for the evening includes local celebrity Frank Sternett as Barry Manilow. To navigate attendees through this memorable event is emcee Livingston County Sheriff Mike Murphy.
Tickets for the event run $65 per person and are available at the Habitat ReStore, 7198 Grand River Road, Brighton, Mich. or online at www.livingstonhabitat.org.
Habitat is a non-profit builder with the mission of building safe, decent and affordable housing for families in need in Livingston County. This is done in a partnership with families to provide “a hand up, not a hand out” and allow the purchase of a home they would otherwise be unable to afford. It is life changing for the partner families. All the proceeds from this event go toward housing affordable housing for partner families.
Livingston County Habitat for Humanity, serving Livingston County since 1992, is a nonprofit, ecumenical, non-denominational Christian-based housing ministry dedicated to making adequate, affordable shelter a matter of conscience and action in Livingston County.