La Porte County Symphony
307 Kingsbury Avenue
La Porte, IN 46350-6099
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 563
La Porte, IN 46352

Phone: 219.362.9020

À la Carte

a la carte smallÀ la Carte 2017

We are very pleased to invite you to take part in our 4th Annual À la Carte. Over the next several months, you will have the chance to be a part of many parties being planned for the benefit of the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra.

À la Carte provides a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends, enjoy entertainment and experience great cuisine. These unique events will also give you the chance to visit some of the most beautiful properties and unique entities in and around La Porte County.

We would like to thank the Association of The Louisville Orchestra which has been so incredibly generous to allow us to replicate their highly successful fundraiser that is now in its 30th year.

We would like to extend a special thank you to our wonderful supporters for your commitment to the LCSO. We look forward to new and exciting opportunities to help promote our symphony orchestra.

Please join us in this offering of unique and interesting parties. Feel free to sign up for as many as you like. Get your reservations in early, as many of these will be sellouts!

Scotch 3.0 - Dinner, Drams & Discussion

Saturday, October 21

7:00 – 10:00 pm

$125 per guest

15 guests

Dress: Business Casual

HOSTS: Howard Jones & Dionne Lovstad-Jones

This 'spirited' evening will highlight selected Scotch Whiskies, their origins, character, notes and nuances.

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[SOLD OUT]"A Ride Down Memory Lane" Lunch & Vintage Auto Viewing

Wednesday, November 8

$50 per Guest

30 Guests

Dress: Autumn Casual

HOSTS: Marcia & Leigh Morris, PRESENTER: Dr. Peter Kesling

Drive over to the La Porte County Historical Society Museum, enjoy a delicious luncheon and view the incredible vintage auto collection of Dr. Peter and Charlene Kesling. Leigh & Marcia will be greeting you at the door as you enjoy strolling through this incredible array of 30 vintage automobiles. You will view autos from a 1903 Winton to a 1982 DeLorean! Also included on the tour is a 1929 Dusenberg Model J, Auburn Boattail Speedster of 1935 as well as a 1948 Tucker “Torpedo” as featured in the 1988 movie “Tucker: The Man and His Dream” starring Jeff Bridges.

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