Friday Night Lights at ChesLen Preserve

When:
July 11, 2014 @ 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Where:
ChesLen Preserve
1199 Cannery Road
Coatesville, PA 19320
USA
Cost:
$20
Contact:

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Friday Night Lights

Live music, adult beverages, delicious treats, crackling fire, star gazing and sunset socializing!

Music by XPN artist Ginger Coyle.

Cold beer will be provided by us! Local wine provided by the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail.

Bring blankets, chairs, and sturdy shoes; attendees must be 21 or over.

Enjoy a relaxing evening of live music, adult beverages, delicious treats, crackling fire, star gazing, and sunset socializing at our picturesque ChesLen Preserve.

XPN local artist Ginger Coyle will provide a memorable night of entertainment.

Expert astronomers from Chesmont Astronomical Society and Delaware Astronomical Society will train telescopes of faraway stars, inviting all to take a peek at dark skies.

Cold craft brews are generously provided by Victory Brewing company, and locally-sourced wines will be flowing, courtesy of Brandywine Valley Wine Trail. We’ll provide an assortment of sweet and savory treats from local eateries, too!

Bring your own lawn chairs or blanket, and wear sturdy shoes as the ground is uneven.

Event is suitable for adults age 21 and older. We hope you can join us for a casual evening of socializing under the night sky!

- See more at: http://www.natlands.org/event/fridaynightlights2014#sthash.FUvO8V3n.dpuf

Enjoy a relaxing evening of live music, adult beverages, delicious treats, crackling fire, star gazing, and sunset socializing at our picturesque ChesLen Preserve.

XPN local artist Ginger Coyle will provide a memorable night of entertainment.

Expert astronomers from Chesmont Astronomical Society and Delaware Astronomical Society will train telescopes of faraway stars, inviting all to take a peek at dark skies.

Cold craft brews are generously provided by Victory Brewing company, and locally-sourced wines will be flowing, courtesy of Brandywine Valley Wine Trail. We’ll provide an assortment of sweet and savory treats from local eateries, too!

Bring your own lawn chairs or blanket, and wear sturdy shoes as the ground is uneven.

Event is suitable for adults age 21 and older. We hope you can join us for a casual evening of socializing under the night sky!

- See more at: http://www.natlands.org/event/fridaynightlights2014#sthash.FUvO8V3n.dpuf

Enjoy a relaxing evening of live music, adult beverages, delicious treats, crackling fire, star gazing, and sunset socializing at our picturesque ChesLen Preserve.

XPN local artist Ginger Coyle will provide a memorable night of entertainment.

Expert astronomers from Chesmont Astronomical Society and Delaware Astronomical Society will train telescopes of faraway stars, inviting all to take a peek at dark skies.

Cold craft brews are generously provided by Victory Brewing company, and locally-sourced wines will be flowing, courtesy of Brandywine Valley Wine Trail. We’ll provide an assortment of sweet and savory treats from local eateries, too!

Bring your own lawn chairs or blanket, and wear sturdy shoes as the ground is uneven.

Event is suitable for adults age 21 and older. We hope you can join us for a casual evening of socializing under the night sky!

- See more at: http://www.natlands.org/event/fridaynightlights2014#sthash.FUvO8V3n.dpuf

Enjoy a relaxing evening of live music, adult beverages, delicious treats, crackling fire, star gazing, and sunset socializing at our picturesque ChesLen Preserve.

XPN local artist Ginger Coyle will provide a memorable night of entertainment.

Expert astronomers from Chesmont Astronomical Society and Delaware Astronomical Society will train telescopes of faraway stars, inviting all to take a peek at dark skies.

Cold craft brews are generously provided by Victory Brewing company, and locally-sourced wines will be flowing, courtesy of Brandywine Valley Wine Trail. We’ll provide an assortment of sweet and savory treats from local eateries, too!

Bring your own lawn chairs or blanket, and wear sturdy shoes as the ground is uneven.

Event is suitable for adults age 21 and older. We hope you can join us for a casual evening of socializing under the night sky!

- See more at: http://www.natlands.org/event/fridaynightlights2014#sthash.FUvO8V3n.dpuf

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