Brunch, Booze and Fashion Collide at Deerfield Golf Club

Embrace the theme by donning your finest '20s attire and have a roaring time at the Delaware Chamber Music Festival Brunch




Think Art Deco, The Roaring ’20s, flappers, top hats, bathtub gin. The third annual musical afternoon known as the Delaware Chamber Music Festival Brunch celebrates a time of exuberance and excess, set against the tranquility of Deerfield Golf Club. Your ticket includes the sumptuous Deerfield buffet brunch. The cash bar will offer era-inspired cocktails such as the Gin Mill Tonic, Whoopee Spritzer and Cat’s Meow Champagne Cocktail. And there will be themed performances by the Festival Quartet, of course. Embrace the theme by donning your finest, funnest, most fashionable-est ’20s attire—anything that makes you feel ritzy! The fun happens March 9. 442-0572, info@dcmf.org

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