Ticket sales to date show that more than 250 people will be attending Historic Beaufort Foundation’s annual Lafayette Soiree this Saturday, April 5 at 6:30 p.m.
The theme this year will be “April in Paris” in recognition of the Major General Marquis de Lafayette’s home and the important role he and France played in helping America win the Revolutionary War against England. This is going to be a great memorable party at the gorgeous home of Alison and Mark Guilloud, the historic Elizabeth Barnwell Gough House, 705 Washington Street. There will be an 18th century Paris market street storefront that will serve a French-inspired menu from Beaufort’s top chefs from Breakwater, Saltus, Old Bull Tavern and Beaufort Bread Company. Wonderful Champagne and French wine will be served in addition to two full bars, and Atlanta’s best show band will perform. And don’t miss the great silent auction — check out some of the incredible items at Historic Beaufort Foundation’s website.
There is still time for you to join the fun by purchasing tax deductible tickets online at www.historicbeaufort.org, or at the door if you are late to the game. Hope to see you there!