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Corks & Forks Maitland May 13 v3Central Floridians are invited to enjoy an evening of food, fine wine, spirits, beer, and entertainment at Corks & Forks on May 13 in support of the Venue on Lake Lily in Maitland.

Founded and funded in the 1960’s by individual members, the Maitland Civic Center has thrived for decades as the epicenter of social, civic and cultural life in Maitland. As with all places that enjoy rare tenure, the civic center, now known as Venue on Lake Lily is continuing its journey as a vital member of the community by exploring ways to evolve and redefine its purpose, position and promise within the community.

Guest will enjoy samples from local restaurants, great wines, good music all in support of the local arts and civic community. Signature dishes from some of the finest local chefs and restaurants in the area compliment fine wines, spirits and beer from favorite local and national brands.

Corks & Forks Maitland May 13 v3Tickets range from $45 for general admission to $800 for a VIP club table for eight guests. All proceeds benefit the historic Maitland Civic Center, known as Venue on Lake Lily.

Corks & Forks Maitland
Thursday, May 13, 2021
6 – 9 p.m. (rain or shine)
Venue On Lake Lily
641 S. Maitland Avenue
Maitland, Florida 32751
Additional information and safety protocols:
@corksandformsmaitland on Facebook and Instagram, #corksandforksmaitland

“Our mission is to identify trends that can be used to activate and market Venue on Lake Lily, while reframing its time-tested place as an invaluable community asset for generations to come. We seek to celebrate its history, charm and future, while aiming to ensure that the promise of the Venue touches all generations and maximizes its reach to inspire new members, supporters and patrons,” said Maitland Civic Center Executive Director Bobby Neal.

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