2004 Parties
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The Friends of Rittenhouse Square held their annual ball (that's the Ball on the Square, not the Square Ball) on Thursday, June 17th, a swelteringly hot night. Not to worry though, the tent in the middle of Rittenhouse Park was well air-conditioned. (For $700 per couple you bet it was.) Next time you walk through the park, note the beautiful flowers, lush grass, and numerous benches - proceeds from the ball go towards upkeep of the most popular park in Center City.
 
The Morris Arboretum's Moonlight and Roses gala did indeed feature many roses, and other beautiful flowers. Held outside in the gardens on Friday, June 11th , it was unseasonably chilly but still a festive night. Most wore garden party attire, albeit with wraps (or jackets filched from husbands) for the women.
 
Philadelphia magazine's Design Home 2004â„¢, located in the Water Mill Community on 35 pristine acres on the edge of Springton Lake in Media, PA, will be open for public tours Thursdays through Mondays from May 1st through May 24th. Using nothing but the finest materials and cutting-edge technology inside and outside, the team of talented and ingenuous builders and designers created a truly magnificent home. All of the proceeds will benefit MANNA, a non-profit organization that delivers nourishment to people living with HIV/AIDS in the greater Philadelphia area. www.phillymag.com/designhome
 
Philadelphia Magazine, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, and Viking Kitchen teamed up to offer several cooking classes as part of Philadelphia Magazine's 2004 Wine Festival at Viking's Main Line showroom on Saturday, May 1st. The chefs paired their culinary creations with wines from Sterling Vineyards, Beaulieu Vineyards, or well-known French negociant, Barton and Gustier.
 
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.
 
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