PHILLIPS Programs for Children and Families, a regional nonprofit helping youth with a variety of challenges and qualities succeed, will hold its second annual The Wine Country Harvest Ball on Nov. 19.
The black-tie optional masquerade ball at Salamander Resort & Spa features dinner, dancing to HRH, and a juried art show/sale by the Loudoun Arts Council. The event benefits two PHILLIPS programs that serve Loudoun and the region: PHILLIPS Building Futures-Loudoun, an intensive trades and academic program for students, and PHILLIPS Family Partners, a home-based support and counseling program serving families and children with developmental, emotional and behavioral disabilities.
Tickets are $150. For more information and tickets, go to phillipsprograms.org.