Farewell to Finns Event – Saturday, April 16

“If you are brave enough to say goodbye, life will reward you with a new hello.” – Paulo Coelho

It’s time to say goodbye to our Finnish friends. Please join us at The Drexelbrook Ballroom in Drexel Hill for a Farewell Dinner and Closing Ceremonies. The event is one of our favorites for the Exchange, and you will not want to miss this chance to close out our time together! Please click here to let us know how many of your family members will be there.

This don’t-miss event is on Saturday, April 16 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Click here to reserve and pay for your spot

Hawks players and our Finnish guests (parents and players) will be free of charge. Hawks family members (over 14) will be $45 each and siblings (14 and under) will be $25 each.

Your ticket includes a buffet of chicken, roast beef, potatoes, and vegetables (over 12) and chicken fingers and french fries (12 and under). There will be a cash bar at the event.

Request A Song from our DJ!

We will have a DJ and photo booth for entertainment. In order to cater to the wide range of ages attending, our DJ has provided a link to make requests prior to the event.

If you or your children would like to request a song(s), follow this link – http://djgaetanoentertainment.evpl.co/request/ and use the group name “hawks”.

A hashtag will be shared for videos and pictures from the week to be included in a slideshow at this event.

Drexelbrook Catering & Special Event Center | PartySpace

Published by Hawks Finland Exchange

The Finland Exchange is a cultural exchange program between two hockey programs: the Haverford Hawks and the Viikingit Club of Helsinki, Finland.

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