The Saint Anthony Park Community Foundation invites the community to celebrate the foundation’s 15th anniversary on Friday, Sept. 19, 7-10 p.m. at Urban Growler Brewing Co., 2325 Endicott St.
The event will feature music, a trivia contest with prizes and a short program at 8 p.m. to thank the community for helping the foundation achieve $1 million in pledges to its Forever Fund. This endowment fund has provided more than $400,000 in grants to community organizations supporting education, arts, seniors, health, environmental and economic development programs.
The event is free but participants pay for their own food and beverages.
Music will be provided by local favorites, Sweet Rhubarb, starting at 7 p.m., with headliners, Field Trip, featuring former neighbor, Lucy Michelle, taking the stage from 9-10 p.m. Michelle gained national recognition over the past few years with the Velvet Lapelles, who form the foundation of the more recent Field Trip ensemble. Sweet Rhubarb, consisting of neighbors Ann Fate, Burna Krugler and Priscilla Thomas, has been playing a mix of bluegrass, pop, country and folk around the region for the past several years.