Thanksgiving Cornucopia


678 in stock

Ann Woulfe

Take the tension out of planning Thanksgiving dinner this year! The Thanksgiving Cornucopia package covers the whole celebration, from the bird to the beverages, and everything in between.

Start the celebration with a Fancypants charcuterie board filled with a delightful array of meats, cheeses, nuts, olives and more.

Toast the occasion with beverages from the extensive selection of fine wines, distilled liquors, and liqueurs from Town Liquor.

Sit down to a dinner that includes a premium fresh Ho-Ka farms turkey and classic holiday side dishes from County Fair Foods, our family owned and operated grocery for more than 75 years, at a table set with a lovely centerpiece created by Bungalow Floral.

Finish your meal with luscious hand-crafted desserts from Sweet Freaks Chocolates, THE place for treats since 2013.

  • County Fair $500 for Hoka Turkey and sides
  • Charcuterie Board by Fancypants Boards worth $200
  • Floral arrangements worth $300
  • Desserts by Sweet Freaks worth $100
  • $300 to Town Liquor for beverages of your choice



Here’s how BAPA’s 12 Weeks of Christmas Raffle works: 

Every week through December 23, BAPA will offer prize packages valued at $1500 each and composed of gift certificates, experiences and/or merchandise purchased at full retail price from small businesses and business owners in our community. 

All 12 packages go live at the same time, and raffle tickets can be purchased until 3 p.m. Friday of the week a package is featured. Buy tickets for any of the packages until the winning tickets are drawn! Drawings are held at 5 p.m. Fridays (final package drawing is 5 p.m., Wed., Dec. 23).  

There is no ticket limit. 

Support Local Businesses and BAPA

BAPA’s first 12 Weeks of Christmas Raffle last year inspired creative collaboration among businesses, with BAPA investing nearly $20,000 in our local economy and promoting the meals, goods and services available right here in Beverly/Morgan Park. This year’s raffle showcases new prizes, more businesses, and more options for “neighborly competition.”