WHEN: SEPT, 21 2022 FROM 5:00 - 7:00 PM
WHERE: MEIER’S CREEK BREWING CO. 33 RIPPLETON ROAD, CAZENOVIA, NY 13035 - THE CELLAR & LOWER TERRACE
HOW MUCH: TICKETS ARE $40pp - OR MORE IF YOU CHOOSE! REMEMBER FRIENDS, THE MORE WE RAISE TOGETHER, THE MORE SERVICES WE CAN OFFER TO OUR CAREGIVERS! HELP US SURPASS OUR $20,000 GOAL!
ENTERTAINMENT & ACTIVITIES: MUSICAL STYLINGS OF COLIN ABERDEEN, A SMALL SILENT AUCTION, DELICIOUS FOOD & AMAZING FRIENDS
WHAT ELSE: TICKETS ARE LIMITED, SO GET YOURS TODAY
Join Josh and Andrea Waldman in the cellar and lower terrace at Meier’s Creek Brewing Company, with music by Colin Aberdeen!
All guests will enjoy appetizers and a complimentary drink, thanks to our friends at Meier's Creek and the Waldmans! The night will also feature a short program about David's Refuge programs and services, a mini-auction and an invitation to invest in the growing community of caregivers.
Proceeds will benefit David’s Refuge and provide essential support for caregivers in our community!
If you're unable to join us, please consider making a gift to show your love and support to caregiving parents!
Josh and Andrea Waldman are excited to bring people together with the mission to enhance the lives of people in need within the Central New York region. Married for 16 years, Andrea and Josh met at Syracuse University 22 years ago and haven’t looked back. Their adventures took them to Providence, RI and Denver, Colo before returning to Syracuse in 2006.
As a CNY native and former business owner, Andrea is also a mother of two young women, Emma (14) and Charlotte (12). Her professional highlights include 15-plus years of working for her family’s business, Express Mart, running the Syracuse Community Hebrew School and several marketing positions. Andrea enjoys reading, doing a puzzle, and enjoying family.
Josh came to Syracuse University in 1997 from Denver and fell in love with both Andrea and the CNY Region. Josh enjoys watching his daughters grow and succeed in their pursuits. A former communications professional, Josh also spent several years in technology sales. When not working on the Echo Fund, Josh is spending time with family or can be found outside with the family dog, Domino.
Colin Aberdeen is a bluesman based in Syracuse, NY and frontman for the genre-defying roots rockers Los Blancos. Colin has traveled extensively throughout the U.S. in his two decades of live performance and has earned a variety of awards in his career including repeat honors of favorite guitarist and vocalist in Blues Connection and Syracuse New Times.
Colin has released numerous albums with Los Blancos in their 15 years as a touring band and also been featured as a guest musician on a host of others. When he's not armed with an electric guitar for shows with the band, Colin transforms into a down-home solo performer of original and traditional blues. He plays an extensive repertoire of delta slide and piedmont blues while engaging audiences with soulful vocals and a stage presence of wit and charm all his own.
Meier's Creek brewing facility and taproom is located just outside the lakeside town of Cazenovia — about 25 miles from downtown Syracuse in the heart of New York State. Here, all of their brewing and bottling takes place, and it is also home to their 16-tap taproom, three-season patio and beer garden.
Peek into the brewing facility through a wall of floor to ceiling windows while tasting the latest release and enjoying a full variety of elevated American fare lunch and dinner options.
A visit is not complete without venturing through their 22-acre property that features hops and barley fields, an active apiary, a path to the Burlingame Trail network of walking, hiking, and snowshoeing trails, and, during the colder months, a view of Cazenovia lake.
Meier’s Creek has a second location at Syracuse’s Inner Harbor. Stop on by for a libation & a bite to eat!
Whether you're an avid supporter of David's Refuge, or learning about us for the first time, this evening is the perfect mix of impact and celebration.
All donations provide 24/7 caregiving parents with respite, wellness and community to combat caregiver burnout. Each dollar reminds caregivers that they are not alone, what they do matters and that God and our community loves them.