2008 Parties
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On Friday, February 29, 2008, the Junior League of Philadelphia hosted its second annual Big Deal Casino Night Gala fund-raiser at the Crystal Tea Room. More than 300 guests enjoyed Vegas-style gambling, music, dancing, and a gourmet buffet dinner and drinks. There was also a silent and live auction, emceed by Bill Henley and Lori Wilson of NBC10 News. Over $45,000 was raised to benefit the JLP and its literacy projects. Photos by Laura Eaton Photography
On Wednesday, February 27, 2008, radio personality John DeBella of WMGK hosted the 1st Annual Comfort Food Fest at the Cescaphe Ballroom. Philadelphia’s top chef were challenged to recreate their favorite comfort foods by adding their expertise and creative flair to products found on the grocery store shelves. Participating restaurants included Brasserie Perrier, Kildare’s, Lacroix, Oceanaire Seafood Room and Positano Coast. Photography by Douglas A. Lockhard
On Tuesday, February 26, 2008, Main Line Jaguar and Philadelphia magazine presented "The Luxe Life Experience," an exclusive party to launch the new 2009 Jaguar XF at the Jaguar Main Line showroom in Wayne, PA. More than 200 attendees previewed the new Jaguar XF and sipped cocktails provided by Froggy B Vodka, Gretz Beer Co. and Yellowtail. Guests tried on exquisite watches from Bernie Robbins Fine Jewelers while models displayed the latest sportswear from Carol DeYoung and evening wear from Van Cleve.
On Saturday, February 23, 2008, the PSPCA held its second annual Good Dog Gala at the Loews Philadelphia. Guests brought along their canine companions to the cocktail reception, dinner and silent auction. The event raised money for the SPCA and recognized individuals who have helped in the fight to end animal cruelty. Among the honorees were district attorney Lynne Abraham and CBS3 reporter and meteorologist Carol Erickson. Photography by Jeff Fusco
On Saturday, February 23, 2008, the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art held its 55th Annual Winter Gala at the museum. Inspired by the Museumís Frida Kahlo exhibit, the gala celebrated the art, culture and cuisine of Latin America. About 500 guests enjoyed dancing, Latin-inspired food, and a raffle and auction as they browsed the Frida Kahlo exhibition. Proceeds from the gala will help the Young Friends acquire works of art for the Museumís permanent collection. Photography by Matt Cianfrani
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