Join us May 6, 2023, for a unique evening of fellowship and fundraising!
Fête en Bleu is a French description meaning Party in Blue. In that party spirit, we invite Lititz Christian School community members to dine with family and friends under a tent and stars at Lititz Christian on May 6, 2023. In the traditional Fête en Bleu spirit, guests should wear blue (as formal or casual as desired), provide their own blue tablecloth, table settings and décor, along with food and drink for their group.
Lititz Christian will provide the tent, chairs and tables, dinner music, a dessert buffet and present the silent and live portions of our spring auction.
Fete en Bleu Schedule
2-5pm - Drop-in to set up your table settings
4:00pm-6:15pm: Mason Jar Auction and Silent Auction
5:00pm - Introduction/Prayer/Dinner
6:15pm - Dessert Buffet
6:45-7:45pm: Live Auction
Q: What is the Fête en Bleu's purpose?
This is our live spring fundraising auction to raise money for our annual fund.
Q: What does the Fete en Bleu event look like?
The evening will be filled with convivial flare as guests arrive and set up their table decorations, lay out place settings and food for their group, and share conversation with friends and family under the tent. After the meal we will hold our live spring auction. The goal of this evening is to bring solidarity and familiarity to our school community through fellowship and fundraising.
Q: Who is invited?
We invite all our LC patrons to attend and encourage them to invite family and friends to join them at their table. Children 10 and over are invited as well, but must respectfully remain with their parents during the evening's events.
Q: What is the cost?
This is a FREE event. In lieu of the spring Gala which included a seat fee, we want this event to include all of our LC families, supportive community and beyond. However, donations to the school are always appreciated. The goal of this event is to close the final gap of our annual fund.
Q: What is provided?
Lititz Christian will provide the large tent, tables (8ft rectangular) , chairs, dinner music, dessert buffet, and live spring auction.
Q: What if there aren't enough people in my party to fill a table?
Parties will be seated at 8 foot long rectangular tables. Smaller parties will share tables.
Q: What should guests bring?
In traditional Fête en Bleu style, guests provide their blue tablecloth, blue table settings and table décor, food and drinks, and friends and family. For the auctions plan to bring your cash, checkbook, or credit cards!
Q: What should guests wear?
Fête en Bleu translates to Party in Blue, so wear blue, as formal or casual as you like.
Q: Do I need to RSVP?
Yes! RSVP details are coming soon.
Q: Why does the RSVP require email addresses?
Every attendee is assigned a bidder number which needs an email address associated with that number. As with any auction, bidding is at your discretion. Bidder numbers are used to track mason jar, silent, and live auction items.
Q: How do I donate an auction item?
Please contact Donor Relations Coordinator, Nicole Hurst, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-626-9518 to donate auction items.
Q: Who should I contact with additional questions?
For additional questions, contact Donor Relations Coordinator, Nicole Hurst, at email@example.com or 717-626-9518.