The exciting event will be held Saturday, May 3 at the Pot Belly Pub in Ludlow
March 24, 2014 (Ludlow, Vermont) -- LPCTV will hold its third “Kentucky Derby Gala – A Night at the Races” fundraising event on Saturday, May 3 at the Pot Belly Pub in Ludlow from 5:00pm to 8:30pm.
The event will feature great food and live entertainment which will all be included in the per person ticket price of $25. Entertainment will include several locally sponsored “horse races” with charity betting, a live viewing of the Kentucky Derby live on television, and live music by Rick Davis Music Company.
This event is made possible by the Pot Belly Pub, which graciously hosts and provides the dinner for the event, as well as 6 “Circle of Roses” race sponsors. This year’s sponsors include Stemwinder and the Wine & Cheese Depot, George B. Tucker, Inc. , The Book Nook, Ludlow Farmer's Market, Vermont Properties, and Jim & Anita Alic.
There are still several race horses available for sponsorship at $50 each. Sponsors get to name their horse and have it printed in the event program. From now until April 15th, LPCTV is offering a 15% discount package of one horse sponsorship and two tickets to the event for only $85.
One winner from each race will receive a prize donated by local merchants. There will also be a grand prize drawing of 100 gallons of fuel donated by Cota & Cota, among other valuable prizes.
Please contact Michelle Stinson at LPCTV at 802-228-8808 to make prize donations, to sponsor horses, and to purchase advance tickets for the Kentucky Derby Gala. Tickets will also be available for purchase at LPCTV, The Book Nook, and the Wine & Cheese Depot.
And, don’t forget to your calendars for May 3rd and plan on attending this exciting annual event!
LPCTV is a community television station and media education center serving the Black River Valley & Okemo region of Vermont. Operating out of new facilities in the Ludlow Community Center complex, LPCTV keeps people informed, preserves local heritage, and builds community. It serves the Black River Valley and Okemo region by providing 24x7 community television programming both on TV and online, free or low-cost media production & skills training, recording & broadcasting community events, news, & information, including great sporting events and “gavel-to-gavel” coverage of local government meetings, and assisting local organizations with outreach & communications strategies. More information is available at http://lpctv.org.