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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

An Evening Out At Home

5/4/2013

Organization: Rochester Area Community Foundation’s

Rochester Area Community Foundation’s “An Evening Out At Home”: The 31st annual black-tie-optional event kicks off at 7 p.m. with intimate dinners at homes of gracious supporters and friends of the Community Foundation. Beginning at 9 p.m., all guests gather for a reception featuring dancing, drinks and locally made desserts at the art-filled Village Gate. Music will be provided by Twilight Entertainment. Tickets are $150, $250 for patrons. Make your reservations at www.racf.org/EOAH or call (585) 271-4100. Learn more about this unique event at www.racf.org/EOAH-info. Proceeds benefit the Community Foundation and its work in our eight-county region. SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2013

 

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