Celebrate green at New Year’s Eve gala

  • Sarah Jackson
  • Monday, December 22, 2008 1:16pm
  • Life

Are you still looking for the perfect way to ring in the new year?

I know it’s hard to imagine even leaving the house right now with all that snow out there, but I just heard about the Greening Snohomish County New Year’s Gala, set for 7:30 p.m. Dec. 31 at Floral Hall in Everett’s Forest Park.

Festivities will cost you $50 per person and include a silent auction, a recycled-fashion “trashion” show, a three-course buffet and two drink tickets, plus live music and dancing.

You’ll be benefiting the Sustainable Development Task Force of Snohomish County, which strives for “sustainable development” in the county and a “greener and cleaner environment for now and the future.”

Attire is formal. Find gala tickets here.

Happy New Year!

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