Adams— If you are looking for something to do on a Saturday night that is for a good cause, you may want to stop by Iron Block, Harley-Davidson.
Eric Dunk, owner of Iron Block, Harley-Davidson is hosting Night at the Museum, a "tongue in cheek" reference to his eclectic museum full of classic guitars, music, and vintage Harley-Davidsons. Night at the Museum is a silent auction event, that is raising money for the Hospice of Jefferson County.
“Harley Davidson on a corporate and national level, do charities all the time. But, it's hard to really feel like you are actually a part of something intimate and rewarding. So, what I wanted to do is raise money for a charity that was local”, said Mr. Dunk.
The silent auction at the Harley dealership will be accompanied by wine and appetizers. All proceeds will go towards the Hospice of Jefferson County, and their desire to bring comfort to terminally ill patients.
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Silent Auction: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Appetizers and Wine: 5p.m.-7 p.m.
Iron Block Harley-Davidson
17890 Goodnough Rd Adams Center, NY 13606