KALAMAZOO, MICH. – Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity is proud to present the Habi Hour Mardi Party! Tickets are on sale now for Habitat’s special annual event, Tuesday, February 19, from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Radisson Plaza Hotel, at 100 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49007. Habi Hour raises funds to help Habitat build, renovate, and repair homes in our community. Our party with a purpose is always fun. The venue can’t be beat, the vibe is positive, and it’s a great break from the February blahs. Mardi Gras décor and festivities will create a Big Easy evening complete with New Orleans inspired appetizers, and a Mardi Gras photo booth.
Habi Hour Mardi Party tickets are on sale now for $50 per person at habitatkalamazoo.org, at the Habitat office and at the Habitat ReStore. The ticket includes two free beverage tickets, “Habi-tizers” and free parking. Convenient parking will be available in the adjacent Radisson Parking Ramp.
Habi Hour will feature Joe Debiak, leading the fast-paced live auction of enticing travel and tour packages including an overnight “staycation” at the Radisson Hotel, South Haven getaway, a private dinner party for eight and much more! Habi Hour participants also can bid on fabulous silent auction items contributed by local artists and businesses.
Habi Hour’s 2019 sponsors include: Old National Bank, Yeo & Yeo CPA’s, Rose Street Advisors, Jaqua Relators, AmeriFirst Mortgage, Warner Norcross & Judd, LLP, Midwest Communication, Keyser Insurance Group, Cornell & Associates Realtors, Frist Source Bank, Kreis Enderle, IHS Distributing and Cole Gavlas
For more information, contact: Charlie Robertson, Habitat for Humanity’s executive director, (269)344-2443, ext. 212 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity provides affordable homeownership opportunities to qualified future homeowners and affordable home repairs to existing homeowners. Habitat builds or rehabilitates four to five homes annually and provides repairs in Kalamazoo County, the cities of Otsego and Plainwell, and Gun Plain and Otsego townships. Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity began in 1983 and is 1 of more than 1,300 U.S. and 550 international affiliates of Habitat for Humanity International that coordinate Habitat house-building projects in over 3,000 communities around the world. For more information about Habitat’s affordable housing programs or how you can help, contact the Habitat office at (269) 344-2443 or visit habitatkalamazoo.org.