Light the Night Beachside Bonfire Bash
The Tree House Episcopal Montessori School will host its first annual Beachside Bonfire Bash on Sunday, November 5, 2017 from 4-6pm at the Ed Walline Beach Access in Gulf Place. The bash is open to the public for families of all ages to attend. Tickets are $50 per person with kids treehousebonfire.eventbrite.com This event benefits teachers’ continuing education at The Tree House Episcopal Montessori School.
Guests will enjoy live music by Huck and Lilly, a shrimp boil by the Dish and Spoon and complimentary sangria provided by Shunk Gulley Liquor and Wine and Grayton Beer. Kids will delight in glow-in-the dark toys, chicken fingers from Hartell’s Village Diner and fruit and veggies by Whole Foods, plus a S’mores Bar and cupcakes by Small Cakes Cupcakes and Creamery.
As an added bonus, for the first 50 tickets sold, kids will receive an official Beachside Bonfire Bash tee shirt provided by Impact Clothing and Design. Additional tee shirts will be sold for $15 at the event while quantities last.
Raffle prizes will be available to win with a $5 ticket or 6 tickets for $20. Prizes include a “Spa Day” package to Serenity by the Sea valued at $150; a “Date Night ” package to Emeril’s at Grand Boulevard with two bottles of red wine.
Tickets are available at treehousebonfire.eventbrite.com for $50 per person and first 50 ticket holders will receive a free tee shirt.
Beachside Bonfire Bash is proudly presented by The Tree House Episcopal Montessori School and sponsored by Rob Weil of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices | Beach Properties of Florida, Frankie’s Bike Shop, Anne Winicki Realtor of Beach Group, 30A Local Properties, Rodgers Kiefer Title, Walton Funding, Kellbee, Grayton Beach Fitness, Regatta Chiropractic and Laser, Sacred Heart Oncology, Ophelia Swimwear, Willow Boutique, Framework Photography, Press Print Graphics, Whole Foods, Publix, Hartell’s Village Diner, Shunk Gulley Liquor and Wine, Smallcakes Cupcakery and Creamery 30A, Grayton Beer, Huck and Lilly and The Dish and Spoon.
Ed Walline Regional Beach Access is ADA accessible, and has two picnic shelters, parking, restrooms, and beach wheelchairs and lifeguards during peak season. Located at the intersection of Scenic 393 and Scenic 30A in Santa Rosa Beach, just across the street from Gulf Place rentals, shopping, and dining.
Ed Walline Access is unique among SoWal accesses with a one-story viewing platform overlooking the beach and gulf - a great place to spot surfers and dolphins. For more information, photos and video: http://sowal.com/place/ed-walline-access.
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