Friday, January 27, 2023

Downton Abbey Comes Alive April 8

Some of us can’t get enough of Downton Abbey. We want to help Lady Mary change her hat, hang out in Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen, or maybe just stroll the magnificent grounds with Lord Crawley. But in the real world, we can inch just a little closer to those daydreams at an evening hosted by 4KIDS with Lady Carnarvon of Highclere Castle (yes, the real Downton) for an “Evening of Restoration” on April 8, 2022, at the Opal Grand Oceanfront Resort in Delray Beach.

Lady Carnarvon lives there, and she’s slated to discuss the grand estate’s restoration during an elegant gala benefitting 4KIDS, a faith-based nonprofit that delivers programs from therapy to foster care for kids in crisis across South Florida.

Kevin Enders, President of 4KIDS said, “We’re excited to bring a story unlike any other to our community. Lady Carnarvon’s journey to restore Highclere Castle is so reminiscent of the journey we see for kids who are in crisis. When the community steps in, it brings new life! And as we work to restore others, we ourselves are restored in the process—and that is the hope I am thrilled to bring to South Florida through this spectacular event.” Tickets, tables, and sponsorship opportunities are available now at 4KIDS.us/EveningofRestoration.

About 4KIDS of South Florida:

For 25 years, 4KIDS has been providing hope, homes and healing to kids in crisis across South Florida and the Treasure Coast, and is now coming soon to the Southwest Florida community. Since its start, 4KIDS has impacted the lives of over 30,000 children and families.

For more information, contact:
Lauren Kostoff, 4KIDS Director of Marketing & Communications
Phone: 954/683-3365 | LaurenK@4KIDS.us

Marie Speed
Marie Speed
Marie Speed is group editor of all JES publications, including Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Worth Avenue, Mizner’s Dream and the annual publication for the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. She also oversees editorial operations of the company’s Salt Lake City magazines. Her community involvement has ranged from work with the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce to a longtime board member position at Caridad Center. She is also on the George Snow Scholarship Fund review committee. She is a past officer of the Florida Magazine Association and a member of Class XVII of Leadership Florida. In her spare time, Marie enjoys South Florida’s natural world through hiking and kayaking, and she is an avid reader and an enthusiastic cook.

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