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2013 Have a Heart Chocolate Extravaganza
The Rotary Club of Brookline is sponsoring their 3nd Annual "Have a Heart: A Chocolate Extravaganza" on Sunday, February 3, 2013 from 12:00 noon to 3:00pm at Pine Manor College located at 400 Heath Street in Chestnut Hill. The themes are chocolate and hearts in celebration of Valentine's Day and the spirit of giving. The Rotary Club of Brookline will donate the majority of proceeds from the event to the Brookline Emergency Food Pantry and to other hunger-related charities. Vendors will be showcasing their best chocolate food and drink "tastes" for sampling. There will also be music and other beverages available throughout the event, and a Silent Auction with some fabulous prizes.Buy your tickets now! In Prior Years, we have sold out this event in advance. We are encouraging advance ticket sales so that we can provide an accurate head count to our vendors.
Tickets in advance are $15.00 for Adults and $10.00 for Seniors and Children. Adult tickets will be $25.00 at the door, and Child and Senior tickets will be $15.00 at the door. Children 5 and under are Free!Please support our event sponsors.
If you are interested in becoming a vendor and/or a sponsor, please contact Laura Days at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in donating an item for our silent auction, please contact Claudia Dell'Anno at email@example.com.
|Where||Pine Manor College 400 Heath St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||12:00 pm–3:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
|Price||Tickets in advance are $15.00 for Adults and $10.00 for Seniors and Children. Adult tickets will be $25.00 at the door, and Child and Senior tickets will be $15.00 at the door. Children 5 and under are Free!|
More About Pine Manor College
This all women's college, which has been in its current location since 1965, will turn 100 in 2011. Pine Manor College once catered to privileged young ladies, but has since found a new lease on life as the nations' most diverse liberal arts college. Its target population is now students from poor urban areas, who might not otherwise get the opportunity to attend college. It has partnered with school districts and community groups to further its new mission.