Community Calendar Event

Raise a Glass of Bourbon for Invisible Disabilities

Bourbon Tasting Event to benefit Twenty-One Senses

Presented by: Twenty-One Senses, Inc.

Support Twenty-One Senses in our first annual Raise a Glass For Invisible Disabilities Bourbon tasting event.

Twenty-One Senses will be hosting a bourbon tasting fundraiser on Wednesday May 25, 2022 from 6-8 pm at the beautiful Carey Cottage in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Socialize with friends as you sip bourbon on the porch of Carey Cottage, overlooking the Sagamore Creek. This event allows for socialization and education through a friend-filled night.

The evening will start with a Maple Old Fashioned and then taste and learn about 3 different bourbons with James Saunders of New England Barrel Company. Heavy hors d'oeuvres are included.  

Raise a Glass for Invisible Disabilities is a way to bring awareness to our mission, which is to teach communities to support the inclusion, dignity, and well-being of the ~17% (one-in-six) of their kids, customers, colleagues, and peers currently living with a sensory disability. With slight modifications, we are able to create an inclusive community for those with invisible disabilities.

This tasting event is limited to 45 people. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $50 on our website. Visit to purchase tickets for the bourbon event. 


About Twenty-One Senses:

Twenty-One Senses is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting inclusion of individuals with invisible disabilities through awareness, education, and support for families and the one-in-six children affected negatively on a daily basis from sensory sensitivities. Our Public Resources program provides awareness, support, and education to families and their communities. The Outreach Services program provides services to individuals and businesses in the community.


Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2022 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Carey Cottage

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