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"Friends of the Symphony" Christmas Stroll of Homes
Families get the chance to enjoy breathtaking displays in homes across the area coming up all to benefit a local orchestra. Emily Blaskey and Jon Thorpe, Co-chairs of this year's Christmas Stroll joined Hello Wisconsin to talk about the event. Frequently ...
EAU CLAIRE, Wis(WEAU) -- We’re taking a stroll past thanksgiving and looking ahead to the holiday seasonFamilies get the chance to enjoy breathtaking displays in homes across the area coming up all to benefit a local orchestra.
Emily Blaskey and Jon Thorpe, Co-chairs of this year's Christmas Stroll joined Hello Wisconsin to talk about the event
Frequently Asked Questions about the annual CVSO "FRIENDS OF THE SYMPHONY" CHRISTMAS STROLL OF HOMES When is the Christmas Stroll this year?Saturday, November 18th, 2017, from NOON 'til 5 PM(This will be our 19th Annual.) This date is also the opening of the deer hunting season, a traditional leisure date for non-hunters.
Why is there a Christmas Stroll?Maintaining the level of quality achieved by the Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra (CVSO) requires a reliable revenue streamThere are of course ticket sales and private philanthropy, but the CVSO also depends heavily on fundraising events which are hosted by the "Friends of the Symphony" The annual Christmas Stroll is our most successful event, and therefore a critical component of the Symphony's annual budget.
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