Zonta’s 2020 ‘Peek’ Underway, Offering Discounts

provided to Santiva Chronicle

Zontians Taryn Manning (L) and Windy Gavin with a whimsical sign promoting Zonta’s 19th annual home tour, set for Saturday, March 14. Act now for discounted tickets!

Plans are under way for the 19th annual “A Peek at the Unique,” the record-setting home tour and signature fund raiser for the Zonta Club of Sanibel-Captiva, set for Saturday, March 14, 2020. And before tickets go on sale through Eventbrite, there is a way to reserve seats early and avoid service fees.

Act fast as this benefit is available only until Dec. 14. You can Buy a Bus or Buy a Block of tickets, any departure time, by sending an email to peektickets@gmail.com. It’s a great way to enjoy viewing unique island homes with your neighbors, tennis or golf buddies, book club or any group of your favorite people.

Ticket price is $100 for morning departures, and (in honor of Zonta’s centennial) the 80 members of the Zonta Foundation are offering a special price of $80 per person for departures at 2:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. only. No service fees if paid by Dec. 14.

To Buy a Bus: Gather a group of 24, 27 or 39 friends (bus sizes vary) and send an email to peektickets@gmail.com; have one individual pay for ALL the seats in full ($80 or $100 per person, no service fees) by December 14; each Peeker in the group then reimburses that individual.

To Buy a Block: Gather a group of 6 or more and send an email to peektickets@gmail.com; then the same rules as above. Buses and blocks are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Zonta will try to honor departure request times, but cannot make any guarantee.

After December 14, and until January 2 as a holiday special, the reservation system Eventbrite.com will be open for 2:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. departures ONLY, while they last, at $80 per seat. At that point, individual seats can be reserved and the standard Eventbrite service fee will apply.

Eventbrite will open to the general public, for departures beginning at 8:30 a.m., in January. As always, all proceeds are awarded in grants, through the Zonta Foundation of Southwest Florida, to organizations that help empower women and girls. For information about the event and about Zonta, visit www.zontasancap.com.

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