Mark May 1st off on your calendar: you will want to be at The Maine Course event to raise funds for Agassiz Village Summer Camp, which serves underserved youth in the greater Boston area. The camp is celebrating its 80th anniversary and is not holding back for the event, which will be held at the Artists For Humanity Epicenter in South Boston.
The event will feature an evening of cocktails, wine and delicious food, not to mention summer camp-inspired fun and games. Chefs from all over Boston will be preparing an array of dishes for guests to enjoy as they mingle around. Ticket proceeds go towards Agassiz Village Summer Camp's wonderful agenda: sending under privileged and disadvantaged youth from the Greater Boston area to overnight summer camp in Poland, Maine.
Summer camp is an experience many people in North America associate with the formative years of their upbringing, and at Agassiz Village, these summer camps have provided underserved children with an incredible opportunity. Agassiz Village campers learn leadership skills, confidence, and other invaluable life tools that continue to help them long after they have gone on into adulthood.
Some of Boston’s favorite chefs and restaurants will be supporting this great cause, including: West Bridge, Tavern Road, Boston Chops, BonMe, Pauli’s, Coppa, Moksa, No. 9 Park, ICOB, Sportello, Piperi, Anna’s Taqueria, and Sweet
Tickets are available at $125 for an individual, or $500 for a Camp Patron (2 tickets plus a campership for one child to attend camp). Purchase your tickets, or simply make a donation here.