Come join us as we celebrate three decades of generous support of conservation projects in local communities through a local success story – the Conservation Dinner gala auction.
The 30th Conservation Dinner takes place on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at South Huron Recreation Centre, 94 Victoria Street East, Exeter, Ontario.
The Conservation Dinner Committee volunteers work together all year for the gala event of the season in Ausable Bayfield watersheds: the charitable Conservation Dinner fundraiser of the Exeter Lions Club, the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Foundation, and the watershed community.
The 2019 Dinner promises to be spectacular as we tip our hats to the generous donors, sponsors, patrons and guests, artists and volunteers.
- Download the 2018 Programme now: Conservation Dinner Programme 2018
Ticket purchasers receive a charitable receipt for income tax purposes for a portion of the ticket price. It is expected that tickets will be available before the Christmas holiday season.
Celebrities from the world of business, entertainment, sports, journalism, and science have served as emcees and special guests and some of the area’s finest artists – in media such as metal, ice and wood sculpture and fine art and culinary arts – have been featured at the auction and dinner event.
Phone 519-235-2610 or 1-888-286-2610 or email Publicity Committee for tickets or to find out how to donate to this worthwhile cause. Tickets sell out early so phone early. For more information visit the Ausable Bayfield Conservation website.
Larry Taylor and Jim Beckett are the Co-Chairs of the 30th Conservation Dinner auction which is to take place on at South Huron Recreation Centre, 94 Victoria Street East, Exeter, Ontario.
In 29 years of fundraising dinners, this charitable event has raised more than $1.1 million for community parks, accessible trails and conservation areas, recreation and education and job experience opportunities for young people, nature areas and commemorative woods, and other community projects of the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Foundation and the Exeter Lions Club.
For some of the covers of Conservation Dinner programs over the years click on the image below to open the photo gallery: