Join us for a two night fundraising event held in the heart of the Texas Hill Country in Fredericksburg, Texas!
The Hill Country Film Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering, encouraging, and promoting independent film production, and the OM Foundation, a non-profit committed to funding the development of early learning centers to serve children with and without disabilities in the United States and Africa, will host EAT.DRINK. BE INSPIRED., January 17-18, 2013.
NIGHT ONE - Food, Wine, and Art - Thursday, January 17, 2013, 6-9pm
Navajo Grill, 803 East Main Street | Fredericksburg, TX
Experience a gourmet dinner provided by some of the finest restaurants in the Hill Country. Navajo Grill has teamed up with Cabernet Grill, Woerner Warehouse, Nicole Davenport and Becker Vineyards for this culinary event.
A silent auction of authentic and unique art from local artists will be held during the dinner. Sculptures, paintings, photography and urban primitive art will be showcased.
NIGHT TWO - Movie and Filmmakers Q&A - Friday, January 18, 2013 7-9pm
Steve W. Shepherd Theater-Fredericksburg Theater Company, 1668 Highway 87 | Fredericksburg, TX
Enjoy a special screening of BEYOND LIMITS, an incredibly moving documentary about Bonner Paddock, a man with cerebral palsy who attempts to conquer Mount Kilimanjaro, the largest freestanding mountain in the world, in the name of charity and inspiration.
Paddock, founder of the OM Foundation will be on hand at both the dinner (Thursday) and the screening to discuss how he conquered this feat, but also his most recent journey in completing the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii in October 2012 to raise $1 million for the foundation.
COST AND TICKETS
Tickets for both the fundraising dinner and screening are $75 per person. Tickets for the screening only are $10 per person.
Tickets for the Friday night screening will also be sold at the door.
Seating for both the dinner and screening are limited.
All funds raised will support the ambitious initiatives of the HILL COUNTRY FILM SOCIETY and the OM FOUNDATION.