It is time to be Orange Strong and de-stress by joining the fun at the Orange Train Depot for the Harvey Relief Street Party on Saturday, October 21, from 5-9 p.m.
Sponsored by Friends of the Orange Depot, United Way of Orange County and What’s Happening in Orange County, everyone is invited to bring your family and enjoy the festivities free of charge. Any donations for Harvey relief victims will be accepted and distributed by the United Way.
Enjoy live entertainment for dancing. The Christina Wells Band from Houston will be the featured performer 7-9 p.m. Wells will perform her Hurricane Harvey anthem called “Come Hell or High Water.” She wrote the song to raise money for Harvey Relief and will bring CD’s of the song to sell, donating proceeds to the United Way and flood relief efforts.
Food vendors will be on site who will be donating a portion of their sales to the United Way as well.
Inside the Depot will be a “Gratitude Wall” where messages can be written and posted for display. Tours of the depot will also be given by docents from the Friends of the Orange Depot.
Free parking will be on the lot across the street from the depot and on the neighboring streets.
Some seating will be available, but everyone is encouraged to bring lawn chairs. No coolers or pets will be allowed.