KOP’s Private Igloo Dining Is Lit

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King of Prussia District Hosts Igloo Garden And Food Drive

Make your reservations now: King of Prussia District’s Igloo Garden on the Green is Nov.14-20. Located on King of Prussia Town Center’s green space, the five cozy igloos are furnished by AVE King of Prussia and offer intimate settings for dining experiences. Reserve your igloo through OpenTable, order takeout from any nearby restaurant and bring it to your designated space.

Each dreamy, heated igloo has a maximum capacity of six guests and requires a $15 per person donation to Upper Merion Area Community Cupboard to reserve. Igloo Garden on the Green will feature live music on select evenings.

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The outdoor dining space is the newest addition to King of Prussia District’s 11th Annual Food Drive, KOP Takes Out Hunger, which is co-hosted by Conlin’s Print and benefits the Upper Merion Area Community Cupboard, a food pantry open to anyone who lives within the bounds of the Upper Merion Area School District and is hungry or food insufficient.

Presented by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), the food drive runs November 1-30 with 20+ boxes throughout King of Prussia for community members and KOP’s employees to make their non-perishable donations. Igloo Garden on the Green will raise much-needed funds for UMACC, in addition to collecting food donations.

“Our igloos first popped up during 2021 KOP Restaurant Week and were so popular that we raised nearly $10,000 for CHOP,” said Eric Goldstein, president & CEO of King of Prussia District. “We are thrilled to bring them back, this time in KOP Town Center, to raise funds for UMACC. One hundred percent of the money raised will go to the pantry, which is currently experiencing a huge demand while also seeing an overall decrease in donations.”

King of Prussia District is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, special services organization. King of Prussia District engages public and private partners to collaboratively improve the economic environment in King of Prussia by making it more vibrant, attractive and prosperous.

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