Boulder: Hot Date Nite?

Via on Jul 6, 2010

Boulder: “A Night in Morocco” for the School Food Project with Peggy Markel & Hugo Matheson.

Fabulous fancy dinner party and hot date nite for a good cause, anyone?

One of elephant’s favorite restaurants, The Kitchen Café, is helping host several fundraisers for The School Food Project and The Growe Foundation to help our school’s improve their food, and raise money for crucial changes.

Please join Peggy Markel and The Kitchen in the amazing gardens of Rebecca DiDomenico and Stephen Perry’s home for “A Night in Morocco.”
An abundance of Moroccan inspired food and cocktails will be passed throughout the night to the delightful sounds of Moroccan music.
All proceeds benefit The School Food Project.

For more information, please visit their website.

Saturday, July 10th, 2010, 40 available seats.

$75 per seat.

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One Response to “Boulder: Hot Date Nite?”

  1. Kelsi Coia KelsiC says:

    Sounds like so much fun!!! Does this make anyone else miss Mataam Fez?

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