Illuminate, an evening celebrating Harford Community College's past, present and future in honor of its 60th anniversary, takes place Saturday, March 10, at 7 p.m. at the APG Federal Credit Union Arena.

The evening features a cocktail reception, dancing to the music of The Klassix and the unveiling of Harford Community College's new brand identity. In addition, all Harford Community College alumni in attendance will be recognized.

A silent auction will feature many unique items including two tickets to Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Soul2Soul Tour concert at Royal Farms Arena courtesy of WXCY; an autographed Chris Davis bat from the Baltimore Orioles; one week of full-day summer camp at Harford Community College; and a deluxe basket of specialty Spanish wines.

Funds raised at Illuminate will benefit the Harford Community College Foundation and will leave a lasting legacy for the next generation of students.

Complimentary valet parking is also included.

Tickets cost $125 each and may be purchased by visiting Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, call 443-412-2449.

The Visionary Sponsor of Illuminate is BGE - An Exelon Company. The Jubilee Sponsor is Kollman and Saucier, P.A. Luminary Sponsors are APGFCU, Ashley Addiction Treatment, Dixie Construction, Harford County Public Library, The Kelly Group, M&T Bank and The Streett Family.

Glow Sponsors are CareFirst, Harford County Electrical Contractors Association and Apprenticeship Program, McComas Funeral Home, NMTC and University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health.

Spark Sponsors are Patricia and Robert Brown, Deer Creek Farm, Freedom Federal Credit Union, Greater Harford Committee, Harford Leadership Academy Alumni Association, Joyce Jackson, F. Scott Keck, James and Anna Lambdin, Lieb and Troy Families, MediaWise, Inc., Oak Contracting, Perluke Consulting Services, Dianna G. Phillips and Brenda Morrison, Bud Ramsay, Schaffer, McLauchlin & Stover, Tidewater Incentives Group - Barry Hebb, Town of Bel Air, United Way of Central Maryland and James E. Welch.

Harford Community College offers more than 80 affordable degree and certificate programs of study as well as a variety of noncredit community education and workforce development courses. Located on 352 acres near Bel Air, Harford Community College has been helping Harford Countians achieve their goals since 1957. For more information, visit