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Celebrate Kindness With Ben’s Bells Project



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A Celebration of Kindness is returning to Ben’s Bells Connecticut.

Join Ben’s Bells to celebrate kindness at the organization’s biggest fundraising event of the year. The evening will include live entertainment, food, drink, and a live and silent auction. Guests will enjoy all of this while supporting kindness education and studio programming.

This year’s celebration is planned for Sunday, May 22, 4-7 pm, at Reverie Brewing Company, 57B Church Hill Road.

Tickets are $75. Food and two beverages are included in the ticket price. Enjoy whiskey tasting and live music brought to you by local bands. A cash bar will also be available.

The live and silent auctions are among the event highlights and feature incredible local art and other gifts and services. The most exclusive items of the evening are Ben’s Bells mosaic benches, available only at the Celebration of Kindness each year.

Returning to the silent auction are mosaic stepping stones designed and built by Ben’s Bells amazing volunteers.

A special Shop Kind pop-up shop will also be open. Special to the Celebration of Kindness, 75 limited edition necklaces designed by local Newtown artist Dave Brooker will be available for purchase.

Organizers will also present a special award to a very deserving individual who has demonstrated intentional kindness in our community.

Tickets and additional information are available at bensbells.org/ctckd.

The mission of Ben’s Bells is to inspire, educate, and motivate people to realize the impact of intentional kindness, and to empower individuals to act according to that awareness, thereby strengthening ourselves, our relationships and our communities.

For more information about Ben’s Bells visit bensbells.org.

Guests check some of the auction items during a previous Ben’s Bells Celebration of Kindness event. The organization’s largest annual fundraiser is returning this month, to a Newtown location. —photo courtesy Ben’s Bells Connecticut
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