On September 22,2012 the Oracle Women’s Network (O.W.N.) will host ‘A Taste of Oracle’ at the Village Square, 1995 W. American Ave. in Oracle from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., a fundraiser to benefit the Tri-Community Visitor’s Center.
Oracle Women’s Network (O.W.N.) is a group of Oracle business owners and managers who have decided to concentrate their efforts on creating a Tri-Community Visitors Center. Once complete, this visitor’s center will be more than a place to pick up information about businesses in the Tri-Community area.
The long-term goal of this project is to have a place where bicyclists and other visitors can stop and rest in the shade or have a picnic lunch; where the building and the landscaping is inviting and attractive to the visitors of Oracle. In order to make it possible, O.W.N. would like to get more local businesses and community members involved in this effort.
Come experience what local businesses and churches have to offer by visiting their booths for information or to peruse their wares for sale. There will be food to taste, live music to tap a toe to, and children’s events to beat the band!
Join in the silent auction, and buy raffle tickets for chances to win one of nine beautiful gift baskets, such as the Tea Basket donated by Elaine’s Music Studio, Western Basket donated by Sue and Jerry’s Ranch Store, Baby Basket donated by Family First Pregnancy Center, Salon Basket donated by Annie’s Hair Studio, and more. O.W.N. Members are currently pre-selling raffle tickets for $1 each or $5 for 6.
Local artists will have works hung in the future location of the Tri-Community Visitors Center and area musicians will be performing during the event. The Oracle Fire Department will be on hand, selling water and grilled sweet corn. The Copper Corridor Mobile Visitors Center will be in attendance showcasing spots to visit along the Copper Corridor.
For more information on the Tri-Community Visitors Center, ‘ A Taste of Oracle’ event or to reserve your booth, contact Nancy at 520 850-1667 or Sedona at 520 400-8250 or email Sedona@sedonasunrise.com.
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