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Raffle to benefit American Friends of the Louvre: Four-night stay at the spectacular Big Hat Ranch in Cody, Wyoming
American Friends of the Louvre is pleased to announce that it is holding a raffle on June 24th to support its fundraising goals and to generate excitement for its gala in New York on November 9 of this year. The lucky winner and their guests will enjoy an exclusive and unforgettable four-night stay at the breathtaking ranch of Naoma Tate, longtime AFL donor.
As a result of travel restrictions and cautionary measures related to containing the spread of COVID-19, American Friends of the Louvre has postponed the date of its April 21 Dinner Dance to November 9. The event will take place at the Lotte New York Palace in New York and will celebrate AFL’s exceptional projects benefiting the Louvre Museum. Spring activities for the Young Patrons Circle have also been postponed.
The Louvre Museum is currently closed and will postpone its spring exhibition opening dates.
AFL will keep members and donors updated on a regular basis as events are rescheduled and on news about the Louvre’s reopening. AFL wishes everyone a safe and healthy spring until then.
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