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The Philadelphia Museum of Art hosted a roaring twenties themed party, Art After Dark, on Saturday, May 1st, to benefit their education department. There were costumed actors (in character) like flapper floozies with sequined headbands and dangling "ciggies" , gangsters with spats, and a billyclub wielding copper to set the tone.
 
The second annual Summer in the City party at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts again made the year's top ten parties (according to my careful calculations after attending over 300 parties). Held on Saturday, May 22nd, it attracted society, business leaders, music lovers... all in summer cocktail attire. Colorful ties and/or jackets on men, and if some women were slightly overdressed in formal dresses, they did keep to the idea of warm weather colors. The performances were stellar - The Miracles, Patti LePone, and Little Richard this year.
 
Laurel House battered women's and children's shelter held a fundraising dinner at the Philadelphia Country Club in Gladwyne on Friday, May 14th. The theme was An Evening with Friends. Eagles coach Andy Reid and his wife Tammy were honorary co-chairs.
 
The Settlement Music School held their 96th annual gala, themed the Speakeasy Spectacular, on Saturday, April 17th at the Loew's Hotel. Settlement Music School is the largest community-based school of the arts in the country. It has seven area locations that serve over 8,000 students of all abilities without regard to age, race or financial circumstances. They award more than $1 million a year in financial aid to students in need.
 
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia held their annual Daisy Day luncheon on Wednesday, April 14th at the Bellevue Hotel. This year's fashion designer guest was Oscar de la Renta, every bit as debonair in person as he looks in our photo.
 
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