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Second Annual Fireside Gala at the Woolery Mill

Presented by: Shalom Community Center

Where: Woolery Mill

General Admission: $USD 60.00


No showtimes available.


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Martin Boling Photography

A fundraiser benefiting Shalom Community Center featuring appetizers and desserts provided by One World Catering and main course provided by celebrity chefs including Penny Githens, fan favorite Sylvia McNair, Ivy Tech’s Jennie Vaughn, Forrest Gilmore, and more. Entertainment provided by the North and South Harmonic quarter, Amanda Biggs, and other special quests. The event will also include homemade s’mores, both a live and silent auction with items ranging from local hand-make pottery, South African Safari, basket of local seeds and plants, and so much more! Come join us around the campfire!

Doors open at 5:30pm. The estimated length of the event is 3 hours.

Will-Call: Prior to the event date, tickets are available to pick up at the BCT Box Office. On the event date, Will-Call will open at the The Woolery Mill one half hour before the event start time. Ticket availability: Advance sales end at 6pm on the day prior to the event. If the event is not sold out, entry may also be purchased at the door for $65, cash, check, or charge.

The Venue

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2250 W Sunstone Dr
Bloomington, IN 47403

Woolery Mill was built in 1930 as a stone mill and has been transformed into an industrial chic venue with modern amenities. The venue has accessible entry and bathrooms. There are two parking lots with ample parking.

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The Promoter

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620 South Walnut Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47401

Shalom Community Center is an all-inclusive resource center in Bloomington for people who are living in poverty and experiencing its ultimate expressions: hunger, homelessness, and a lack of access to basic life necessities. Founded in 2000 in response to a growing community concern about the absence of a safe place for people without homes to go during the day, Shalom has grown rapidly since that time to its current stature as the area’s one-stop resource center for people who are experiencing hunger, homelessness, and poverty.

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