The Hudson Valley is buzzing with the spring welcoming of Zach Wahls to Spruce Design & Decor in High Falls! Zach, who at age 19 electrified the media with his testimony before the Iowa legislature in support of marriage equality, is visiting High Falls on Saturday May 12th to celebrate Mother’s Day early with an elegant Spring Brunch at the Depuy Canal House and to sign copies of his new book, My Two Moms: Lessons of Love, Strength and What Makes a Family at Spruce Design + Decor.
A percentage of proceeds from the brunch will support the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center‘s programs for LGBTQ youth and families. Twenty percent of all sales at Spruce Design during the event will benefit the Center.
Elegant Spring Brunch
Saturday, May 12th, 10 am – 2 pm
Depuy Canal House, 1315 Route 213 in High Falls
Enjoy a delightful brunch at the Historic Canal House and support the Center at the same time. You can check out a copy of the the menu for the event here. $35 per person (plus tax & gratuity)– with special wines and Bellini cocktails available for an extra charge.
Reservations required– please call 845-687-7700 or email ChefJohnNovi@gmail.com to reserve your place, and specify the Weekend Brunch to benefit the Center.
Book Signing with Zach Wahls and Bruce Littlefield
Saturday, May 12th at 2 pm
Spruce Design & Decor, 1209 Route 213 in High Falls
Join the Center and Spruce Design & Decor in welcoming 20-year old activist Zach Wahls, who will sign his book, My Two Moms: Lessons of Love, Strength and What Makes A Family, along with his co-author Bruce Littlefield. You can learn more about the book – and Zach’s philanthropic work – from his recent interview on The Late Show. No RSVP needed. All are welcome. Call Spruce Design & Decor at 845-687-4481 or email Katherine@LGBTQcenter.org with questions.