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Enjoy an Evening of Cocktails in the Park in Downtown Batavia

Batavia MainStreet invites the community to attend the 2019 Cocktails in the Park Annual Fundraiser this Saturday, July 20th beginning at 7p.m. in Appleton Park, located near the Riverwalk behind City Hall in Downtown Batavia.

The event raised more than $15,000 last year and the hope is to surpass that with help from the community. The funds raised will be used to support other downtown programming from organizers, Batavia MainStreet, such as BatFest, Batavia Farmers’ Market, Second Fridays, Block Party and more.

Tickets for the event are $30 in advance and can be purchased at downtownbatavia.com or at the Batavia MainStreet office, located at 4 1/2 W. Wilson St. in Batavia. Tickets can also be purchased at the door the night of the event.

Tickets include entry; a commemorative Batavia MainStreet glass; food from participating downtown restaurants; live local music; a win the bar raffle; and a cash bar that includes wine, beer, and cocktails.

In addition to general entry tickets, this year attendees can take advantage of options that include a reserved picnic table, beverages, as well as a personal server for the evening. These tickets range from $150 to $300. Also available for purchase, collectible champagne flutes and fills, as well as pre-sale drink tickets. All of these options and more can be found on downtownbatavia.com

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