• Adopt-a-Pom Party

Event Details

Adopt-a-Pom Party

  • 27 Sep 2018
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Ruthmere


  • Enables yourself and 15 guests to attend at two private tables with 8 people (16 total)
  • Enables yourself and 1 guest to atttend
  • Enables yourself and 3 guests to attend
  • Enables yourself and 5 guests to attend
  • Enables yourself and 7 guests to attend at your own private table.
  • 1 person may attend the party.

Registration is closed
All Pom Parents are invited to attend free of charge the chic Adopt a Pom Party, to be
held on Thursday, September 27th, 5-7pm. 

The 2018 Ruthmere Adopt a Pom Party is going on the road!  We will start the evening at 5pm sharp with a quick tour of the Buck Moon Farm property located at 17929 CR 10, Bristol, owned for 40 years by Ruthmere Founding Director Robert Beardsley.  We will see first hand this beautiful farm hailed as one of the finest in Indiana.  Following the tour, we will regather less than a mile from Buck Moon Farm at Fruit Hills Winery and Orchard, located at 5503 SR 15, Bristol, for an evening of wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres at this award-winning local winery.  While there, we'll learn more about Buck Moon Farm and the rich tradition of agriculture in the "Fruit Hills" area. 

At the Pom Party, attendees can upgrade their Poms by purchasing any remaining available Poms or by participating in the “Premium Pom Auction.” 
Ruthmere Poms make great gifts for that special someone who loves to support a worthy cause such as the preservation of historic architecture.

Pom prices range $60-$1,000. Minimum contribution of $60 per individual or $100 per couple to attend the Pom Party. Purchase a more prestigious Pom and invite more guests to the party. Example: Adopt a $200 Pom and receive a Pom Party invitation for four people. Adopt a $500 Pom and reserve a private table for eight. Donations tax deductible within limits of the law.  If you mail a check, please make out to "Ruthmere" and place "Adopt a Pom" on the memo line.

Pom Party event generously underwritten by the Robert B. Beardsley in honor of "Golden View," the highest point on Buck Moon Farm.  Ruthmere expresses its most sincere gratitude to current Buck Moon Farm owner Abby Thomas for her gracious offer to allow patrons to see this historic site on this special evening.



302 E. Beardsley Ave.

Elkhart, IN 46514

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