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POTTSTOWN – After canceling the Fête en Blanc 2020 due to a pandemic and after statewide restrictions were lifted, Hobart’s Run and Pottstown Area Industrial Development, Inc. announced that ‘Party in White’ would return in Pottstown this year.

September 10 (Friday) 6-9 p.m., rainy weather (please bring a clear or white rain poncho just in case!)

This latest all-white outdoor summer party lights up the Smith Family Plaza in the Pottstown Autonomous Lobby at 100 E. High St. Nighttime again features food that can be pre-ordered from top restaurants in Pottstown, live music and most of all, the locals and less the locals who are eager to celebrate Pottstown’s resurrection. An eclectic and enthusiastic gathering.

With careful and continued consideration of safety, we will limit the number of participants to 500 as in 2019. Please note that guests may be required when choosing to attend and following the removal of the “6 foot separation” directive. for outdoor events. Sitting near people apart from a group of family and friends.

It is recommended for those who have not been vaccinated or who wish to wear a mask regardless of their vaccination status. However, if you are vaccinated, you will be asked to choose a white or clear mask to complement the theme and mood for tonight.

If you’re interested, you don’t have to wait to register on the Pottstown Fête en Blanc website. .. Registrants will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.

Each registered person will only be charged $ 10 per person to cover basic costs of essentials such as table and chair rentals, safety measures, and restrooms (admission is the cost of food purchased). Please note that this is not included). There is no refund for the registrant.

Unfortunately, at the 2019 event there were quite a few people who wanted to attend the event but couldn’t get their tickets, and there was a lot of “no shows” on the party nights.

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The main idea of ​​Fête en Blanc is to wear white.

The organizer is asking registrants who are unable to attend after reserving a seat for this in-demand event to forward the ticket to a friend or neighbor or to contact Melissa Shainline to ensure there are no seats. available. Let her know that places will be available so that fewer people are interested.

For sponsorship opportunities, $ 250 sponsorship (the organization will place a logo on an attractive banner during the event and will receive 4 free guest registrations), table recognition card and 2 free guest registrations In return , a sponsorship of $ 100 is included. All sponsors will be honored for their promotion up to the event and their generosity in celebrating the Fête en Blanc.

Contact Stephanie Trauner of Hobart’s Run to sponsor the Pottstown Fête en Blanc and share your pride in celebrating Pottstown. Or Alex Thigpen from PAID ..

The sponsorship deadline is July 15th.

Participating local restaurateurs will soon begin accepting pre-purchase food orders (and, as always, customers can bring their own BYOB picnic if needed). Keep an eye out for Restaurant listing and reservation information website.

The Fête en Blanc planner adheres to the CDC’s pandemic guidelines outlined here. health tips and restrictions will be monitored and updated to the event page as necessary.

This article first appeared as a digital laptop blog.


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