Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy will celebrate the opening of its new headquarters with an open house (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and ribbon-cutting ceremony (12 p.m.) on Saturday, December 9, 2017. The nonprofit’s new home is located on the grounds of Leesburg’s Morven Park, in a historic building known as the Gate House.
Loudoun Wildlife shares the following details about the event day:
• All festivities, hosted by the organization’s staff and volunteers, will take place at 17638 Old Waterford Road (follow signs for event parking).
• Kelly Burk, mayor of Leesburg, will be among the invited guests participating in the 12 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony.
• Gifts such as books (new, used, and signed), jewelry (Creations by Diane), photography (Jim Emery), T-shirts, and monarch rearing cages will be available for purchase, along with memberships. Money raised during the event will benefit Loudoun Wildlife’s nature education, habitat restoration, citizen science, and conservation advocacy efforts.
• Light refreshments will be served.
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