2009 Parties
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On Saturday, November 14, 2009, Apple Vacations held their Little Smiles Stars Ball at the Please Touch Museum. More than 800 guests, including Mayor Michael Nutter, attended. All proceeds from the evening went to the Little Smiles organization, which donates toys and other items to help children in local hospitals, shelters, or hospices.
On Saturday, November 14, 2009, PAFA hosted Bacchanal!: The Eleventh-Annual Wine Gala and Auction at the Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building. Guests enjoyed Chilean food and wine, and recognized the great accomplishments made by the 2009 Jefferson Award honorees for public service. Photography by Ryan Lavine.
On Thursday, November 12, 2009, Marathon Private Events, in collaboration with Little Pink Book Events, threw the first-ever Exchange at the Marathon Grill in Center City. The evening was a great night of networking for event and wedding planners. Guests enjoyed food, signature cocktails (from Southern Wine and Spirits), and raffle prizes. Music was provided by DJís Ruxbin and Phsh. Photography by Holly Max.
On Thursday, November 12, 2009, The Delaware Valley Association for the Education of Young Children (DVAEYC) held their annual Champion for Young Children event at the Comcast Center. Guests of this family event were entertained by award-winning book characters from Harold and the Purple Crayon, performed by Enchantment Theatre Company. This yearís award recipient was Senator Robert P. Casey, who also received a citation from the City of Philadelphia from Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown for his efforts to support early education. Photography by Sharla Feldscher and Steve Rayme.
On Thursday, November 12, 2009, Philadelphia magazine and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board presented the Sixth-Annual Philadelphia Whiskey Festival, sponsored by Melitta and KYW. The event took place at The Union League of Philadelphia, where guests sampled a collection of premium whiskies and other fine spirits while enjoying tasty bites from The Capital Grille, Village Whiskey, The Palm Restaurant, and Tavern on Broad. The evening also featured a meet and greet with Fred Noe, the great grandson of Jim Beam, and a Melitta Coffee Lounge and a Cigar Bar featuring Holtís cigars. Proceeds from the event benefited SafeHome Philadelphia. Photography by Ryan Lavine
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