2011 Parties
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On October 18, 2011, Philadelphia magazine hosted the Rittenhouse Row Luxury Dinner Series presented by Infiniti at M Restaurant at The Morris House Hotel. Guests sipped cocktails in a breathtaking courtyard then enjoyed a three-course custom menu designed by Chef Aaron Bellizzi. Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes.
On Sunday, October 16, 2011, guests gathered to help at Memorial Hall of the Please Touch Museum in Fairmount Park for the Friends of the American Cancer Society's annual event. Funds from this year’s Party With a Purpose were dedicated to pancreatic cancer research, patient services and programs. Photography by Juahien Sasnou.
On Tuesday, October 18, Bill and Amy Green hosted a gluten-free dinner at their home to benefit the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA).Guests were treated to gluten-free food provided by Marc Vetri, as well as demonstrations from Chef Walter Balkiewicz (Amis) and Monica Glass (10Arts Bistro & Lounge). The event also featured a silent auction and wine tasting.
 Photography by Katelyn Koons.
On October 15 and 16, 2011, Philadelphia magazine partnered with 14 luxury residences throughout the city and suburbs to offer complimentary tours of the most impressive condos, rentals, and townhomes in the region. Guests stopped at the various participating properties to view their unique amenities while enjoying drinks, hors d’oeuvres and desserts. Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes.
On Saturday, October 15, 2011, The National Liberty Museum held its Glass Now Auction at the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott Hotel. The Glass Now event featured a cocktail reception followed by a silent auction, dinner and “live” auction of 300 glass art sculptures. The Glass Now Gala, highlighted with the Auction at the Marriott, was part of a 3-day weekend event raising funds for the Museum’s educational work to empower visitors, children and teachers to celebrate diversity, good character and defuse violence. The event's Weekend Gala featured visits to homes of area collectors; a glass film festival and an awards ceremony honoring National Liberty Museum Board Member Brian Daggett and Glass Now Committee Chair, Franz Rabauer. The Philadelphia couple was named ‘2011 Collector Honorees’ for their extraordinary commitment to the Museum’s mission of diversity and years of glass art collecting. Photography by the National Liberty Museum.
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