We are excited to share photos of a perfect evening for Brandywine in White 2021! Our surprise venue included a ride on the West Chester Railroad and a scenic journey to the dinner’s pop-up location at the Glen Mills Station built in 1882. Those who attended looked stunning in their white haute couture as they dined and danced under the stars with just a quick sprinkle of rain near the very end. We are so grateful for the amazing railroad volunteers who made this happen and to all our fabulous guests for helping create a most memorable #BiW2021!! All these photos were captured by the talented Ed Williams–please make sure to give him credit if you share! Thank you!
“Some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat. In our mad rush for progress and modern improvements let’s be sure we take along with us all the old-fashioned things worth while.” -Laura Ingalls Wilder
Here is a sneak peek at our secret location…we are so excited because in one week we get to release the location to our ticket holders. (p.s. It is SO hard to keep this secret as it is truly a magical place.) One thing that sets our event apart from any other is our commitment to preserving the things we cherish in our community–the beautiful open space and natural resources that support our quality of life. We are proud to be hosting our 7th annual Brandywine in White and are grateful to the many, many people in the community who have joined us each year. If you haven’t attended or are concerned about not having someone to talk to, please join us at the Community Table– bring a dish to share and whatever you want to drink for yourself. We do the rest! But the most important thing you can do is to get there! Just click on the tickets link to get yours! Maybe we are old-fashioned but slowing down to enjoy a naturally beautiful setting with good food, wine, friends and music are about as sweet as life can get!
We look forward to seeing you soon!