Midsummer Night’s Tribute to the Land
*Stay tuned for a Zoom link to the event!*
Celebrate the summer solstice and preserved land on Saturday, June 20, by virtually attending New Jersey Conservation Foundation’s 60th anniversary gala. To be held via Zoom video conference at 7 p.m., the stay-at-home event will feature musical performances, bidding for fun and unique items at auctions, a live “Ask Me (Almost) Anything” session with gregarious staff biologist Dr. Emile DeVito, solstice campfire stories from the Pine Barrens with staff member Russell Juelg, and special toasts from New Jersey governors.
The theme of the summer solstice fundraiser is “A Midsummer Night’s Tribute to the Land,” and proceeds from the event will support New Jersey Conservation’s land-saving work.
Among the performers will be guitarist Jim Keller, whose band Tommy Tutone became famous for the hit single 867-5309/Jenny. Later in the evening, a DJ will take live requests for the best dance music of the past six decades.
There’s no cost to join the party, and organizers hope attendees will be inspired to bid on auction items and donate to support New Jersey Conservation Foundation’s work. Since 1960, the New Jersey Conservation Foundation has protected over 125,000 acres of open space and farmland in the Garden State.
Thank you to our incredible sponsors!
New Jersey is an amazing place, and we want to keep it that way.
Join us in protecting our state's land and natural resources, then explore our preserves throughout the Garden State.